allofthemath:

alwaysinsearchoflight:

“Il n’est pas certain que tout soit incertain.(Translation: It is not certain that everything is uncertain.)” ― Blaise Pascal
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascal’s_pyramid

Pascal’s triangle is basically my favorite thing. See what happens if you color in the prime numbers, or color different based on the numbers mod 3 or 4. So much to do!

allofthemath:

alwaysinsearchoflight:

“Il n’est pas certain que tout soit incertain.
(Translation: It is not certain that everything is uncertain.)” 
― Blaise Pascal

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascal’s_pyramid

Pascal’s triangle is basically my favorite thing. See what happens if you color in the prime numbers, or color different based on the numbers mod 3 or 4. So much to do!

mylifeasqueenb:

girls all go to the bathroom together because that’s where we rap battle

(Source: sixmodus)

postcardsfromtheoryland:

I’ve been laughing about this for the past 12 hours.

artofmasseffect:

T H A N E   K R I O S

We made many thumbnail drawings for early Thane concepts. Early in development, concept artists are given as much freedom as possible. For Thane, some drew upon lizards or birds of paradise for inspiration. Later refinements led to a mixture of aquatic and reptilian characteristics. Also included are some concepts for jewelry on his face and neck. Only his necklace made it into the final game.
In early passes at Thane’s clothing, we debated whether to give him tight clothing, suitable for an assassin, or a loose-fitting jacket that spoke of the image of a professional. Variations on Thane’s face included a mannequin-like, “perfect human” appearance, but this was considered off-putting for a character intended as a potential romantic interest.
Closing in on the final concept, the artists used an open-collared look for a rebellious vibe. Early attempts to remove the jacket because of animation concerns ended up destroying the entire design. Thane’s balaclava-style helmets were intended to evoke a ski mask, signifying his criminal background.
artofmasseffect:

T H A N E   K R I O S

We made many thumbnail drawings for early Thane concepts. Early in development, concept artists are given as much freedom as possible. For Thane, some drew upon lizards or birds of paradise for inspiration. Later refinements led to a mixture of aquatic and reptilian characteristics. Also included are some concepts for jewelry on his face and neck. Only his necklace made it into the final game.
In early passes at Thane’s clothing, we debated whether to give him tight clothing, suitable for an assassin, or a loose-fitting jacket that spoke of the image of a professional. Variations on Thane’s face included a mannequin-like, “perfect human” appearance, but this was considered off-putting for a character intended as a potential romantic interest.
Closing in on the final concept, the artists used an open-collared look for a rebellious vibe. Early attempts to remove the jacket because of animation concerns ended up destroying the entire design. Thane’s balaclava-style helmets were intended to evoke a ski mask, signifying his criminal background.

artofmasseffect:

T H A N E   K R I O S

We made many thumbnail drawings for early Thane concepts. Early in development, concept artists are given as much freedom as possible. For Thane, some drew upon lizards or birds of paradise for inspiration. Later refinements led to a mixture of aquatic and reptilian characteristics. Also included are some concepts for jewelry on his face and neck. Only his necklace made it into the final game.

In early passes at Thane’s clothing, we debated whether to give him tight clothing, suitable for an assassin, or a loose-fitting jacket that spoke of the image of a professional. Variations on Thane’s face included a mannequin-like, “perfect human” appearance, but this was considered off-putting for a character intended as a potential romantic interest.

Closing in on the final concept, the artists used an open-collared look for a rebellious vibe. Early attempts to remove the jacket because of animation concerns ended up destroying the entire design. Thane’s balaclava-style helmets were intended to evoke a ski mask, signifying his criminal background.

janebakedbads:

sugartits23:

babyfaceblaster:

These are my favorite TF2 genderbents, they aren’t oversexualized like a majority of the female teammates. Credit goes to paisley on DA.
Offense / Defense / Support / Berlin to Belize



A FEM PYRO WITHOUT A RUBBER SUIT AND JUGS 3 TIMES THE SIZE OF HER HEAD, FREAKIN BLESS THIS
janebakedbads:

sugartits23:

babyfaceblaster:

These are my favorite TF2 genderbents, they aren’t oversexualized like a majority of the female teammates. Credit goes to paisley on DA.
Offense / Defense / Support / Berlin to Belize



A FEM PYRO WITHOUT A RUBBER SUIT AND JUGS 3 TIMES THE SIZE OF HER HEAD, FREAKIN BLESS THIS
janebakedbads:

sugartits23:

babyfaceblaster:

These are my favorite TF2 genderbents, they aren’t oversexualized like a majority of the female teammates. Credit goes to paisley on DA.
Offense / Defense / Support / Berlin to Belize



A FEM PYRO WITHOUT A RUBBER SUIT AND JUGS 3 TIMES THE SIZE OF HER HEAD, FREAKIN BLESS THIS
janebakedbads:

sugartits23:

babyfaceblaster:

These are my favorite TF2 genderbents, they aren’t oversexualized like a majority of the female teammates. Credit goes to paisley on DA.
Offense / Defense / Support / Berlin to Belize



A FEM PYRO WITHOUT A RUBBER SUIT AND JUGS 3 TIMES THE SIZE OF HER HEAD, FREAKIN BLESS THIS

janebakedbads:

sugartits23:

babyfaceblaster:

These are my favorite TF2 genderbents, they aren’t oversexualized like a majority of the female teammates. Credit goes to paisley on DA.

Offense / Defense / Support / Berlin to Belize

A FEM PYRO WITHOUT A RUBBER SUIT AND JUGS 3 TIMES THE SIZE OF HER HEAD, FREAKIN BLESS THIS

Isn’t it possible that the Turians tried to communicate with the human ships, but because of alien language barriers, the humans didn’t understand their orders? 

(Source: moonmolt)

(Source: triple-q)

tamorapierce:

怜香伴 - the fragrant companion
怜香伴 was written by Li Yu, a late-Ming early-Qing actor and playwright, and tells the tale of two women, Cui Jianyun and Cao Yuhua, who meet at a temple and fall in love, and promise to be husband and wife in their next lives. Having newly married Fan Jiefu, Cui Jianyun convinces her husband to take Cao Yuhua as a second wife, so that the two might be together forever. [x]

I like it.

(Source: maakomori)