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PvPonline Broodhollow » A cosmic horror adventure comic by Kris Straub Living Root Bridges In the depths of northeastern India, in one of the wettest places on earth, bridges aren't built - they're grown. The living bridges of Cherrapunji, India are made from the roots of the Ficus elastica tree. This tree produces a series of secondary roots from higher up its trunk and can comfortably perch atop huge boulders along the riverbanks, or even in the middle of the rivers themselves. Cherrapunji is credited with being the wettest place on earth, and The War-Khasis, a tribe in Meghalaya, long ago noticed this tree and saw in its powerful roots an opportunity to easily cross the area's many rivers. In order to make a rubber tree's roots grow in the right direction - say, over a river - the Khasis use betel nut trunks, sliced down the middle and hollowed out, to create root-guidance systems.The thin, tender roots of the rubber tree, prevented from fanning out by the betel nut trunks, grow straight out. Click on any image for a larger view

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Mystery Babylon – Kick Girl - sparth - depot - custom shapes - Page 4 thanks all! i'm glad you're finding this technique useful. i've seen several awesome artworks popping here and there with it, and it's extremely fun and exciting seeing what peeps do with it.speaking of Alchemy, i had a sudden urge to give it a try with a new fun semi-serious style i've been experimenting with. free sketchworks done in Alchemy without constraints, then brought into photoshop cw5 for color passes. i did quite a few that i'm going to post's a bit of a side thing from custom shapes, but it's healthy experimenting in other directions, even though custom shapes are now fully belonging to my workflow at a point or another.

Top Ten Online Comics of 2012 @ Comics Bulletin Hi. Our endless year-end coverage continues with a bunch of comics you could read for free online. That's right, we're doing The Best Online Comics of 2012. There are roughly 7 million online comics, so in choosing ten we left out lots of really good ones -- probably some of your favorites. I chose a bunch of one-off stories while my peers chose their favorite longform webcomics. I really wanted to put Eat More Bikes on here but there wasn't room, so enjoy that as a secret eleventh entry. - Danny Djeljosevic Bouletcorp (Boulet) Bouletcorp is a French journal webcomic by French cartoonist Boulet (which I thought was pronounced "Booleh" like someone vomiting, but it's actually "Boo-Lay" like a strange kind of cheering noise), and by now he has made nearly every sort of comic you can within that format. - Logan Beaver Virginia (Sam Humphries, Pete Toms; Study Group) "Why do I make drawings when they make me feel wicked terrible?" - Danny Djeljosevic

Tomcat Ltd: Just as weird as you are! Same Apartment is the comic you can say yes to! Zabida Hoobida WOOWW My parents were defintely of the Cosby School of Parenting. Bill Cosby: Himself came out three weeks before my sister was born, and The Cosby Show came out five months after my brother and I were born. We heard a lot of Cosbyisms as we grew up. Also a fun fact is that my mom was the youngest of five kids with four sisters and a brother in the middle. O Human Star - by Blue Delliquanti osko + deichmann: superkink lounge chair + sofa for bla station feb 13, 2013 osko + deichmann: superkink lounge chair + sofa for bla station ‘superkink’ armchair by osko + deichmann ‘superkink’ is the latest edition to osko + deichmann‘s straw series which first debuted in 2010. produced by blå station, the furniture takes its form through the kinking of its lacquered steel tube frame, which is bent in a crude, but still calculated way – the ‘superkink’ armchair and sofa versions being bigger, stronger versions of their predecessors. presented at stockholm furniture fair 2013, they are intended for indoor use and outfitted with polyurethane foam padding, upholstered in fabric or leather, with plastic feet. see designboom’s coverage of the collection’s earlier pieces: ‘straw chair’ and ‘kink’ series tables and shelves. the tubular steel frames of the furniture pieces are bent in a crude but calculated way each bend in form appears as a kink in its metal structure shaping the chair frames by hand andrea chin I designboom