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One day he came to work one day stunned. You could see that his mind was just bent on something all day. Finally, I asked him what was wrong. He simply replied "...I went to bed last night and my wife was beautiful, and this morning, she is ugly...I mean, she wasn't ugly because it was first thing in the morning and she had bed head...I mean, she's ugly. She's at home right now, just being ugly... " That's hilarious. Wow, as much as we all love beauty and hell we want to keep it. So....Menopause turns Asian women into Kim Jong-Il?
Van Gogh Shadow. This eerie animation was hand-drawn with ink, coffee and white-out, and it will melt your face. Whiteout does have the benefit of being quick-drying and leaving a textured pattern that looks quite nice, and will happily accept inks while layering fully opaquely over the same inks as well.
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White ink would be too transparent to layer in the same way this is, and would not preserve the chroma of any pigmented ink used over it.
You could certainly get similar results using gesso or white acrylic paint, sure, but with way less efficiency as it would need several minutes to dry, not seconds, which I imagine is a benefit with animation. Not to mention, both coffee and whiteout are relatively cheap and readily available. Pigment inks can be expensive and difficult to locate in some areas. I'm thinking those materials were more about association (they make me think of offices and cubicles and grunt work, etc) than their colors. I'm not knocking the animation at all (unlike some morons here think I am) there is no way in hell i could do work like that.
Ah, okay, I gotcha now. Neverwas Haul 2010. Apollo F-1 engines recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic by Bezos Expeditions. Bezos is certain it's from Apollo 11, but I haven't heard of a confirmation yet.
Everything has a serial number though, so once they find a readable one should be able to verify Yeah, he looked at the trajectory of Apollo 11 off the launch pad (as compared to all of the other Saturn V launches) and was able to get a rough idea of where those particular engines would have fallen in the ocean. I've heard that they have not identified any serial number anywhere yet, but NASA still has the records in its archives (or those of the contractors) so once the Bezos team finds a number they can check it out. Space.com had a article on this a few months ago and NASA actually has a map showing where each Saturn V first stage came down in the ocean They all clustered themselves pretty well in one area of the planet, and impact on top of the ocean doesn't translate to an exact 1:1 location on the bottom of the ocean. Sculptures of dying people double as wondrous star projectors. "Kinetic Rain" Singapore Airport. Minimalist Periodic Table Brings Simplicity to the Elements.