Mind-Blowing Origami Based on Comics, Manga, Anime and Video Games - ComicsAlliance As an origami admirer with extremely limited skills (and even more limited patience), I’m always impressed by the artists who pull off works of art from paper. In the case of Brian Chan, however, I’m beyond impressed – I’m absolutely floored. The artist accomplishes beautiful creatures from across the animal kingdom, but takes his work one step further by folding likeness of some of the most celebrated characters from the four corners of fandom.
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Crochet School Lesson 1: Welcome and Intro to Crochet - Craftyminx When I was little I hated crocheted afghans. There, I said it, I'm so glad I could get that off my chest! The problem I had with afghans was that they were rough and stiff and made out of the most garish colors -- Orange, Army Green, rust, and brown. They weren't something I ever wanted to snuggle up with, in fact I remember refusing to use the afghan that was draped on the back of our couch for as long as I can remember. My mom crocheted most of my life and later I learned that my grandmother and great-grandmother and so-on crocheted. And while I grew up around the craft, I never had an appreciation for it.
The Ark In Space: Heterochromia - The Eyes Have It Pages This Blog Saturday, 9 April 2011 01.31.2006 - Language affects half of what we see - StumbleUpon UC Berkeley Press Release Language affects half of what we see By William Harms, University of Chicago, and Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley Media Relations | 31 January 2006 BERKELEY – The language we speak affects half of what we see, according to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Chicago.
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