5 Most Interesting Comics of the Week. Every Wednesday, I preview the 5 most interesting new comics hitting comic shops, Comixology, Kickstarter and the web.
If there's a release you're excited about, let's talk about it in the comments. 1. Freud Written by Corinne Maier; art by Anne Simon Nobrow PressIt's a little surprising there haven't been more comics devoted to Sigmund Freud considering that his life's work centered around dreams, free association, and the unconscious—all of which are ripe for a cartoonist's visual treatment. Some preview images and info from the publisher here. 2. By Peter Bagge Drawn & QuarterlyPeter Bagge is one of the popular indie comics creators who rose to prominence in the early '90s, due primarily to his satirical grunge/slacker comic Hate. Drawn & Quarterly has a preview on the website here. 3. Boulet Bouletcorp.comFrance's most popular webcomic creator has done it again. 66 Conselhos realmente úteis (que ninguém dá) Pessoas que ferram qualquer um, vão mais que provavelmente pisar na sua cabeça pra ferrar qualquer um.
Afaste-as da sua vida. Algumas pessoas acham normal te julgar… tente não ser como elas. Awesome Quotes. How to Pick a Lock Using a Paperclip. Edit Article Edited by Zzzmmm1, Flickety, Glutted, BR and 31 others Have you ever lost a key and been in a desperate need to get in?
Well as long as you can find yourself a paperclip, you can MacGyver your way in. It may not be pretty, but it sure gets the job done. Ad Steps a Lock Using a Paperclip Step 1 Version 2.360p.mp4 00:00 00:09 00:09 spaceplay / pauseescstopffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster (latest Chrome and Safari)←→seek . seek to previous 12…6 seek to 10%, 20%, …60% Pick a Lock Using a Paperclip Step 1 Version 2.jpg1Unfold your first jumbo paperclip into your lock pick.
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30 Challenges for 30 Days. It is been said that it takes about 30 days to form a habit.
The ones that are good for you require cultivation and determination. The starting phase is the hardest, especially if you want to change an old habit into a new one. This is why giving yourself a challenge for a minimum of 30 days is a great way to improve all facets of your life. Yes, it is a gift. So, take a moment to think ‘Who do I want to be in 5 years?’ Now pick one or more challenges and stick with them! #1 Write a I-Like-This-About-You note/text/email each day for someone (Easy) This is the perfect way to let someone else know you care. . #2 Talk to one stranger each day (Hard) This is a great one to cure approaching anxiety. . #3 Take one picture each day (Hard) This one gets harder nearing the end of the challenge because at one point you will run out of the easy shots.
August 2010. So, FINALLY I got pictures of my playsuit!
Lets all celebrate this occasion, which I have been putting off for ages... actually, just enjoy the photos :) The weather here is still so lovely, I feel reluctant to put on autumn clothes (and besides, when it's in 28 degrees plus, that's not really an option). Although I wouldn't mind this playsuit with some over-the-knee socks and brogues. DIY Elbow Patch. While perusing Pinterest one evening, I came across an intriguing tutorial on the wonderful art of needle felting.
I had to learn more – especially after realizing it entailed repeatedly stabbing a needle up and down into a piece of fabric or sweater. A satisfying stress reliever that results in something wearable? Sign me up. And now that I can officially call myself a needle felting maven (and nerd), trust me when I say that you’re going to have a blast with this technique. So grab your supplies and let’s get started on a pair of heart shaped elbow patches! You’ll need: With the sweater on, place a piece of tape about half an inch below the elbow. Align and center the bottom of the cookie cutter along the top of the tape. Fill the cutter, spreading out the wool fibers evenly. At the base of all felting needles are tiny, sharp burrs, which grab and interlock the wool fibers.
Continue stabbing away until the surface is flat and even. Carefully peel the sweater away from the foam. No Heat Curls - Moms Who Wear High Heels and Swear. 31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects. Mercedes Benz: Left Brain - Right Brain, Paint. Bank of Imagination. The Psychology of Color [Infographic] Download the infographic as a PDF Embed this image on your site: