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Le Walipini? Oui, c’est une serre souterraine pour cultiver toute l’année!

Le Walipini? Oui, c’est une serre souterraine pour cultiver toute l’année!

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Man Builds 2 Earth Dome Cabins For Less Than $10,000 (Pictures) by Mike Barrett Are you interested in exploring alternative means of sustainable living, but don’t think it can be done? Though not as common as it should be, many individuals choose to live off-the-grid and rely on themselves by collecting rainwater, planting gardens, using alternative energy, and more. People are even building their own little ‘Earth dome’ houses. Want to see what I’m talking about? Check out these pictures and video below.

The Monster Engine: Children’s Drawings Painted Realistically Dave Devries takes sketches of monsters drawn by children purely from their imagination and renders them realistically giving them a truly devilish look. His collection of drawings and paintings form a 48-page book “The Monster Engine”. Devries would project a child’s drawing with an opaque projector, and then faithfully trace each line. Applying a combination of logic and instinct, he then paint the image as realistically as he can using primarily acrylic, airbrush, and colored pencil. Says Dave Devries: It began at the Jersey Shore in 1998, where my niece Jessica often filled my sketchbook with doodles.

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