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vikadi:

set of nostalgia drawings by gabriel picolo. i don’t think i have enough space on my tumblr for all his works that i’d like to post.

these are incredible

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cosplaytutorial:

Adding Detail Lines to EVA Foam by Will MorganView the full tutorial here:http://www.wmarmory.com/?p=949

cosplaytutorial:

Adding Detail Lines to EVA Foam by Will Morgan

View the full tutorial here:
http://www.wmarmory.com/?p=949

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Pokemon x Shin Megami Tensei
Makes me wonder how Support Conversations will go in Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem

Pokemon x Shin Megami Tensei

Makes me wonder how Support Conversations will go in Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem

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The Lucina figma is finally finished up! And now we all await pre-orders to open…

The Lucina figma is finally finished up! And now we all await pre-orders to open…

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Footage of the Legend of Korra game in development by Platinum Games. Being practically only combat is annoying, but the combat itself does look quite solid. The controls listed on the side make it look really straightforward, so I wonder how reliant on an “auto-combo” this is. Mind you most action/beat-em-ups have similarly simple systems (Viewtiful Joe being one of the more unique ones given VFX powers), but this definitely looks fun to play.
 

Not at full price though.

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mindblowingscience:

Brand New Look at the Face of Mars

What really lies across the surface of Mars? Rovers have scurried about the red planet for years, drilling, scooping and analyzing for signs of life, past or present. But to really understand the Martian landscape, scientists need to look at the entire surface. What they have needed is a global geologic map.
The red planet is long overdue for a new one. The last major effort in Martian cartography was published in 1987, scraped together from the early Viking probes’ scant images and datasets. Since then, four additional orbiters with superior imaging capabilities have journeyed into Martian orbit, collected data and transmitted their findings back to Earth.
Now, scientists at the United States Geological Survey have used that data to create an updated map of the entire Martian surface. The new map shows that ancient rock — dating back billions of years ago, when Mars’s environmental conditions might have closely resembled Earth’s— exists in many more locations than previously thought. Because the map highlights the location of the oldest rocks on Mars, it could help future missions chart a course for these areas.
“We are disproportionately interested in the early part of Martian history,” said David Beaty, the chief scientist for the Mars Exploration Directorate at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., who was not involved in the research. “It was during that period that more water would have been around, which is one of the key aspects of the origin of life.”

View FULL SIZE map here
Continue Reading.

mindblowingscience:

Brand New Look at the Face of Mars

What really lies across the surface of Mars? Rovers have scurried about the red planet for years, drilling, scooping and analyzing for signs of life, past or present. But to really understand the Martian landscape, scientists need to look at the entire surface. What they have needed is a global geologic map.

The red planet is long overdue for a new one. The last major effort in Martian cartography was published in 1987, scraped together from the early Viking probes’ scant images and datasets. Since then, four additional orbiters with superior imaging capabilities have journeyed into Martian orbit, collected data and transmitted their findings back to Earth.

Now, scientists at the United States Geological Survey have used that data to create an updated map of the entire Martian surface. The new map shows that ancient rock — dating back billions of years ago, when Mars’s environmental conditions might have closely resembled Earth’s— exists in many more locations than previously thought. Because the map highlights the location of the oldest rocks on Mars, it could help future missions chart a course for these areas.

“We are disproportionately interested in the early part of Martian history,” said David Beaty, the chief scientist for the Mars Exploration Directorate at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., who was not involved in the research. “It was during that period that more water would have been around, which is one of the key aspects of the origin of life.”

View FULL SIZE map here

Continue Reading.

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I’m actually following this show XD

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batwedgies:

shots fired

batwedgies:

shots fired

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