metalinjection:

CANNIBAL CORPSE’s “Frantic Disembowelment” Ukelele Cover is Incredible!
The same dude who covered Slayer’s Raining Blood on banjo and  War Ensemble on ukelele and the inventor of binary metal, Rob Scallon is back with another cover – this time tackling a Cannibal Corpse classic on ukelele.
As amazing as this cover is, our favorite ukelele-related metal video is …
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metalinjection:

CANNIBAL CORPSE’s “Frantic Disembowelment” Ukelele Cover is Incredible!

The same dude who covered Slayer’s Raining Blood on banjo and War Ensemble on ukelele and the inventor of binary metal, Rob Scallon is back with another cover – this time tackling a Cannibal Corpse classic on ukelele. As amazing as this cover is, our favorite ukelele-related metal video is …

Click here for more

lifeunderthewaves:


Baikal Lake. The Cross.

Andrey Sidorov

I didn’t shoot this, it’s just awesome. :P

lifeunderthewaves:

Baikal Lake. The Cross.

I didn’t shoot this, it’s just awesome.
:P

(via nautilus7620)

A hard look at your life.   :/

wikihow:

How to Comics!

In honor of Comic Con San Diego 2014, we’ve created this comprehensive guide on ‘How to Comics’ - covering everything from How to Create Your Own Comic Book Villain to How to Cook Ramen in Your Hotel Room! If you’re looking for specifics on how to Cosplay - whether it’s How to Dress like a certain character (e.g. Build a Batman Costume), or How to Be like a certain character (e.g. Be Like Batman), we have plenty of Cosplay articles available! We hope you enjoy this guide and don’t forget to HAVE FUN!

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Comic Book Convention Essentials:

1. Take Good Cosplay Selfies.

2. Prepare for an Anime Convention.

3. Cook Food in a Hotel Room (including How to Cook Ramen Noodles in a Coffee Maker).

The Business of Comic Books:

1. Find Comic Book Values.

2. Collect Comic Books for Profit.

3. Buy and Sell Comic Books.

How to Read Comics on a Budget:

1. Read Marvel Comics Online.

2. Save Money on Comic Books.

How to Make and Sell Your Own Comics:

1. Make Your Own Comic.

2. Make a Webcomic.

3. Get a Comic Book Published.

4. Sell Your Own Comics at Comic Con.

How to Create Comic Characters:

1. Develop a Character for a Story.

2. How to Create a Credible Villain in Fiction.

3. How to Create Your Own Superhero.

4. How to Make Your Own Anime or Manga Character.

How to Play Dress-Up!:

1. How to Make a Superhero Costume.

2. How to Cosplay.

3. Make Cosplay Without Sewing.

4. Dye a Synthetic Wig.

5. Make Big Anime Cat Girl Feet for Cosplay.

6. Make a Mask out of Tin Foil and Tape.

DIY Comic Style:

1. Make Comic Book Heels.

2. Paint Your Nails with Comic Strips.

Heady days of the City. San Francisco, 2006; Nikon D100. 

Heady days of the City. San Francisco, 2006; Nikon D100. 

Visions of San Francisco; final of a short series (6 posts). 

(Just some cool shots I’ve dug up from my archives. When I first started playing more seriously with photography, my city was the natural study. It’s not just a cool place to be, but visually very stimulating. Shot with a few different digital cameras, over the course of a few years; I have many hundreds (thousands?) more, but this series is just the few that caught my eye among the thumbnails….)

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"I don’t have any good ideas"

That’s a common mantra among those that say that they want to leap, but haven’t, and aren’t, and won’t.

What they’re actually saying is, “I don’t have any ideas that are guaranteed to work, and not only that, are guaranteed to cause no criticism or moments when I’m sure the whole thing is going to fall apart.”

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Seth Godin, wise as ever, tells it like it is.

To solve this paradox, he wrote a wonderful children’s book for grownups about vulnerability and the creative life

(via explore-blog)

I usually just pass on by and resume my day, but I had to comment, if just for my own edification….

"I don’t have any good ideas" doesn’t necessarily mean "I need guarantees to do anything", and in fact, for me most often means EXACTLY what it says: I don’t have a good idea right now.
I.e., I don’t have something that seems worth pursuing with time and energy because I’m not invested in it. Isn’t that foremost? I’m not ‘feeling’ it, I have no investment, and I lose interest and energy in polishing turds just for the sake of it, and damnit why should I waste time polishing turds when I should just generate ideas until I actually get a good one?
Granted, some might say that it’s the follow-through that makes the idea, and I know all ideas do require development; this isn’t the same thing as simply pursuing all your terrible ideas, however, which the above quote implies….

Visions of San Francisco; fifth of a short series of (six) posts. 

Various cams, various years, various things around town; just going through the archives…..

Visions of San Francisco; fourth of a short series. 

Various cams, various years, various things around town; just going through the archives…..

Don’t be misled by the title. A very important, if perhaps unpleasant, history lesson. 

Necessary communication skills underwater…. ha!!!

Necessary communication skills underwater…. ha!!!

Visions of San Francisco; third of a short series. 

(Just some cool shots I’ve dug up from my archives. When I first started playing more seriously with photography, my city was the natural study. It’s not just a cool place to be, but visually very stimulating. Shot with a few different digital cameras, over the course of a few years; I have many hundreds (thousands?) more, but this series is just the few that caught my eye among the thumbnails….)

tastefullyoffensive:

Artist Telmo Pieper Repaints His Own Childhood Drawings

Previously: Everyday Objects Turned Into Creative Illustrations

Brilliant. :P

Visions of San Francisco; second post of a short series.