who the fuck cares if you have -9 drawing skills. draw anyway. draw your ocs. draw other people’s ocs. can’t draw hands? FUCK IT. DRAW TENTACLES. can’t draw the other eye? DRAW PROFILES INSTEAD. DRAW A CYCLOPS.DRAW BANGS. IDFK MAN BUT JUST FUCKING DRAW
And that’s how my orc ended up with one eye, tentacles, and a beard.
please put this shit on blast. his twitter name is @swerveodactyl and he’s being a complete asshole when called out on that tweet. His name is Beau Miller, he’s a junior at some high school in Washington state, I couldn’t figure out which but I’m sure you guys can help. Thank you so much!
An update: Beau Miller posted this on 4/10 at 4:09pm
let this shit spread like wildfire. This is my state and if there’s any chance of this dude getting popped, I hope it’s taken.
Y’all see all those white girls defending the shit on twitter??
A few months ago I was playing World of Warcraft — as is my wont — and was mindlessly listing gemstones in the auction house. Though I usually try to ignore the in-game chat channels, I couldn’t help but notice one shaman asking for help with his gear. Now, if you’ve ever been on…
I wish there were more people like this in WoW. Personally, if I notice that someone in the chat channel is asking a question that I feel I’m qualified to answer, I’ll usually send them a whisper if everybody else is giving asshole answers.
Making green fire involves mixing borax with ethanol and setting it alight in a pyrex/borosilicate vessel (normal glass will just crack and shatter from the heat).
This is just like a great big flame test. When boron compounds are heated, electrons absorb a certain amount of heat energy that causes them to jump to higher energy levels. After some time, the electrons lose this energy and fall back down to their original levels, emitting this energy in the form of light. Because the energy absorbed by electrons is different per element, each element will give a different colour. Boron gives a bright green colour. Any other colours such as orange and yellow are probably due to impurities in the mixture such as carbon.