I just got tickets to see NTC Frankenstein when they re-release it in theaters in a couple of weeks for Halloween!!! AAAAHHHHH I’M SO EXCITED I’VE BEEN WAITING SO LONG TO BE ABLE TO SEE IT!!!!!!
Doesn’t look like a limerick to you? Try this:
A dozen, a gross, and a score
Plus three times the square root of four
Divided by seven
Plus five times eleven
Is nine squared and not a bit more.
THE FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCCCKKKKKKK
Is it just me, or did Kill the Moon have some weird twisted metaphor-thing for pro-life vs. pro-choice going on? I really don’t think I liked it…
So I couldn’t decide if I should do a Harry Potter theme for Inktober, or food, so I’m just going to do both. Each day in October I’ll be doing a new inked illustration, and hopefully when I’m done I’ll put together a cool book with recipes!
So, to kick it off, I’m just starting right off with Harry Potter himself! Inked on Bristol with a Pentel Fude Touch Pen.
thor is always running into little kids who are thrilled to meet him - he doesn’t really understand the concept of signing autographs, but he starts carrying asgardian toys around in his pockets to give to kids he meets (much to shield’s chagrin - how are we supposed to keep alien tech under control when the god of thunder is giving out magnetic propulsion toys to five-year-olds?)
but one day, he meets this girl who’s nine, maybe ten, and she runs up to him all misty-eyed and immediately asks him if he knows jane foster
and her mother’s embarrassed because “honey, that’s thor, aren’t you excited to see thor?” but the girl just explains that she wants to be a scientist when she grows up, and that jane foster is the astrophysicist (she pronounces the word carefully, as if she’s been practicing) who found out how the rainbow bridge worked - isn’t that so cool? she read about it in kids discover and they watched a documentary in school and dr. foster was in it and it made her think that maybe because she likes planets so much she could be a scientist, too
and thor smiles broadly and tells her that wanting to be a scientist is a noble dream, and he says “if your mother would be willing, i could introduce you”
and that’s how jane foster ends up with a tiny science geek in pigtails trailing around behind her in her lab, asking how everything works. jane can’t really comprehend the fact that a kid would want to meet her, but she likes explaining things and she looks at this girl and can’t help seeing herself. thor is just fucking delighted because to him the idea of jane being a child’s hero makes perfect sense, why wouldn’t it? she’s jane
and years later the girl grows up to be an astrophysicist or an astronaut or an aerospace engineer and she never forgets the time that dr. jane foster knelt down beside her and said, don’t let anybody stop you from chasing the stars, if that’s what you want
jane foster inspiring girls in science, y/y
The curvature of curves.
- Normal distribution (y=exp(-x²/2))
- x=(t-1)(t+1), y=t(t-1)(t+1)
- Archimedes’ Spiral
- Logarithmic spiral
If you want to try your own curve, try on Desmos graphing calculator!