roachhouse

Bug fossils from the Burke Museum’s collection

jetgreguar:

jetgreguar:

i’ll be at ECCC this friday!!! just kinda cruising and nervously saying hi to art people and maybe we can eat a snack or draw a thing!!! whatever!!!! come find me and say hi and maybe i won’t look completely gross

reminder!!!
also if you spot me chances are youll have to remind me who you are even if i follow you because I’M DUMB AS HELL and im terrible with faces to names

Nice meeting you yesterday (I was the girl at Lars Brown’s booth). I love your art and I’m excited to see the comics you’ve been working on :)

jetgreguar:

jetgreguar:

i’ll be at ECCC this friday!!! just kinda cruising and nervously saying hi to art people and maybe we can eat a snack or draw a thing!!! whatever!!!! come find me and say hi and maybe i won’t look completely gross

reminder!!!

also if you spot me chances are youll have to remind me who you are even if i follow you because I’M DUMB AS HELL and im terrible with faces to names

Nice meeting you yesterday (I was the girl at Lars Brown’s booth). I love your art and I’m excited to see the comics you’ve been working on :)

I was just trying to figure out how to order cheezits in bulk…

I was just trying to figure out how to order cheezits in bulk…

archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Awesome Natural Wonders introduces us to, as RR Helm calls it, “The most beautiful animal you’ve never seen,” a tiny species of crustacean called a Sapphirina copepod or Sea Sapphire. This video footage, shot by liquidguru, feels like something Mulder and Scully might’ve been called to investigate, but there’s nothing supernatural or extraterrestrial about these dazzling animals.

"Copepods are the rice of the sea, tiny shrimp-like animals at the base of the ocean food chain. And like rice, they are generally not known for their charisma. Sea sapphires are an exception. Though they are often small, a few millimeters, they are stunningly beautiful. Like their namesake gem, different species of sea sapphire shine in different hues, from bright gold to deep blue."

"When they’re abundant near the water’s surface the sea shimmers like diamonds falling from the sky. Japanese fisherman of old had a name for this kind of water, “tama-mizu”, jeweled water.”

Visit Deep Sea News to learn a lot more about these awesome little creatures.

wolfhard:

Cheers Roleplaying Game, (a character sheet example)
I’d really like this to be a real game.

wolfhard:

Cheers Roleplaying Game, (a character sheet example)

I’d really like this to be a real game.