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Fandoms: #doctor who #good omens #homestuck #mass effect #my little pony #supernatural #welcome to night vale
My tags: #launchystuff (stuff I make; subcategories below)
#launchyart #launchyartsandcrafts #launchycosplay #launchyfic
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Places I sell art prints
Another WIP shot. At cayra's suggestion, the setting switched from “ambiguous place with a table” to “nighttime rooftop”.
(For those of you curious, my wrists are better, but still recovering; I’m out of the braces most days, but can’t push myself too much or else it’s back to pain and generally not fun times. Big thanks to everyone for the concern/support messages *hugs*)
Does anybody know where I can buy an angel blade from? One that I can get in the UK! I’m cosplaying Cas soon and literally have nothing sorted, apart from the trench coat!
This etsy shop is the one affordable place I’ve found that regularly stocks them. It’s not in the UK, but they do ship them over. The unpainted ones seem more common than the finished ones, but giving it a couple of coats of silver paint shouldn’t be too hard to do.
”Solar Equation” by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.
This large installation entitled Solar Equation is a simulation of the Sun, 100 million times smaller than the real thing! The sphere, commissioned by the Light in Winter Festival in Australia, is the largest spherical balloon in the world.
Using mathematical equations, Lozano-Hemmer developed a pattern of animations that are projected onto the sphere, and that never repeat. Through this simulation, the artist provides the public with a glimpse of the Sun’s unpredictable and intense atmosphere. The public can interact with the installation and affect these animations via an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad application, creating various visual experiences. It’s hard to imagine seeing such a large, burning star so gigantic and up-close.