the saga continues
When Collen Kelton moved to Japan, where he was stationed with the US Military, he bought a silver 1995 Nissan Skyline GT-R with the intention of turning it into a souped-up speed machine. While he got to work on the insides of the car, Allison, Kelton’s then-girlfriend (now wife), started doodling intricate patterns on a scratched bumper with a black Sharpie marker. Kelton originally planned to eventually have the car repainted, so at first these doodles were simply an amusing way to pass the time.
But then, as hours and hours worth of drawing time accumulated, it became clear that Allison was turning the car into an awesome work of art. The couple decided to forgo the professional paint job in favor of Allison’s creative skills. After roughly 100 hours of painstaking work she’d covered every inch of the car’s exterior in a dazzlingly complex field of swirling patterns and lines. All that was left to do after that was cover the car with a few layers of protective clearcoat.
Collen Kelton documented the car’s transformation (inside and out) at the Skyline Owners Club forum. Head over there for additional images.
So we got a skull pan and it’s the greatest thing ever because stuffed pizza skulls!
All you need is some dough, pizza sauce, shredded mozzarella, and toppings of choice (as well as a lovely skull pan if you want to make that design ;D )
grease the pan with butter and gently press in the pizza dough, making sure to fill in any bubbles. Fill each with 1 and a half tablespoons sauce, and a 1/4 cup cheese. Add a few toppings, fold it up, and brush on a quick egg wash on the exposed areas. Refrigerate for 30 minutes. bake for 20 minutes on 375, and enjoy!
Careful: The side in the pan will always be browner than the exposed side, so don’t burn them! Eat carefully, they’ll come out very hot.
WOH WHAT haha awesome
cute turtles in cute poses holding cute skateboards \ (•◡•) /
Some say that the best way to overcome a phobia is to face the fear head-on. They also say this should be done gradually, so this swaying glass-bottomed bridge might be best left for the advanced stages of conquering acrophobia. The photos alone are enough to make our palms sweaty.
The hair-raising suspension bridge is located 180 meters (590 feet) above a valley floor in Pingjiang County, in the Hunan province of southern China. Suspended between two rocky peaks, the bridge measures 300 meters (984 feet) long and, yes, it really does tend to sway in the breeze.
But don’t worry about freaking out before you even get halfway across. Specially trained staff are on hand to assist visitors in need of emotional support and encouragement in order to complete the thrilling/terrifying journey across the glass bridge.
Yun Ku, a 23-year-old who did the walk, said: “I was fine at first but by the time I was a third of the way across I just went weak at the knees. I had to go back when it started to move and needed a lot of coaxing from my boyfriend. I thought I was going just melt on the spot. My legs wouldn’t work.”
sailor moon, doing moon stuff with her moon swords
Wizard World Austin 2014 sketch
Fashionized sea witch for ya.
"I’ve got to find my sister."