oops idk how long this has been rotting in my inbox since i left rly quickly yesterday
cuz i was pissed
um basically the tags were a reply to this post i made x
i was annoyed cuz of all the comments they couldve added, they chose to nitpick about the fact that i freaking used the word SHIP in the descripto. according to them, u cant even mention the ‘s’ word in here without someone reacting like u just dropped a freaking untruth bomb on their heads, to which i can only say: what the fuck, and deal with it
This month’s issue of Pash! had a “Which Survey Corps character are you” quiz and I haven’t seen it around, so I decided to translate it.
(Sorry for the crappy cell phone pictures, I was too lazy to take my mook apart to scan.)
RESEARCH YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS: Which soldier do you resemble!?
Survey Corps Personality Quiz
From the start, you’ve been interested in those soldiers; maybe the truth is that you were sympathising with how their minds worked? With this personality quiz, let’s try chasing after your true nature! I wonder which character resembles you the most?
Everyone different, which is exactly why they can draw out each other’s strengths
From the reckless Eren to the nasty-tongued Levi to the quick-to-argue Jean, all the soldiers in the Survey Corps have different personalities and opinions. Although they all have their individual abilities in battle and they all fight under the banner of “peace for humanity”, they can’t coordinate at all!
However, their synergy is born precisely because their strong points differ, so they can demonstrate their strength on the battlefield. Surely, they can solve the puzzle that is the titans!
Instead of thinking carefully about things, you prefer to act quickly.
YES → Go to 1
NO → Go to 2
NPR’s Skunk Bear Tumblr has a great new video on the schlieren visualization technique. The schlieren optical set-up is relatively simple but very powerful, as shown in the video. The technique is sensitive to variations in the refractive index of air; this bends light passing through the test area so that changes in fluid density appear as light and dark regions in the final image. Since air’s density changes with temperature and with compressibility, the technique gets used extensively to visualize buoyancy-driven flows and supersonic flows. Since sound waves are compression waves which change the air’s density as they travel, schlieren can capture them, too. (Video credit: A. Cole/NPR’s Skunk Bear)
I accidentally fell in love with a painting of a woman from 16th century germany
Holy crap, that character customization. What, what, what.
Who should I draw next? Mamoru and the cats? Chibiusa and the Outer Senshis? Queen Beryl and the Dark Kingdom guys? halp
(Fashion reference source: style-arena.jp)