mostly, i don’t think myself a face; me is all up in a set of words thinking away like boiled water
Man too, me. Man too.
—(I Just) Died In Your Arms
An illustration of Daenerys that I never finished! I just got super frustrated with the paper and couldn’t continue with this kraaahhh
Oh my god what is this, a Motherland Chronicles update!?Early this year, this project went quietly on hiatus because of some major changes in my life. I’ve been working on dealing with stuff one thing at a time, and am happy to say I’m finally ready to return to the series and finish up the book.To answer a few questions we’ve been asked through Tumblr messages, yes there will be more work added to the collection, and yes we are planning to release prints, either together with the book for Kickstarter or after we finish up.Estimated date for release has yet to be determined. We are working on things as quickly as possible, but don’t want to rush it. I want to make the best book I can. Thank you for all your kind words and support!
Photography: Zhang Jingna zemotion
Model/Hair: Erin Taylor
Makeup: Gregg Brockington Makeup
Photo Assistants: Ngoc Vu, Tiffany Liu, Yongyi Zhou
Choker and chain: Julee M Clark
Special thanks to Phuong My for helping out with the dress.
© Zhang Jingna
A message made me look up Tool’s Lateralus track listing for reasons and I came across this.
I love how they’re all spiritual and deep until you get to MJK just being a dick to his cat.
Did you overdo it last night? Well, Adam Rogers is here to tell you that most of what you know about hangovers is a myth:
"The famous one is probably dehydration. Everyone will tell you, "Oh it’s because alcohol dehydrates you and that’s what’s causing the hangover."… [So you’re told to] alternate [between water and alcohol], or have a big glass of water before you go to bed, and some of that comes from the fact that you do get dehydrated. But, in fact, the dehydration does not seem to be what’s causing the hangover. You can fix the dehydration — and you’re still hung over.
[Also,] it’s probably not the case that it’s blood sugar that’s causing the hangover. When you drink, your blood sugar levels are affected. But by the time you’re hung over, your blood sugar levels are back to normal.
There’s that thing about mixing your drinks — drinking beer and then drinking wine, right? Again, no, you can do the study where you can have somebody drinking the same drink and getting to the same blood alcohol level and somebody drinking different drinks and getting to the same blood alcohol and they both get the same hangover, they both report the same symptoms.”
Rogers’ book is called Proof: The Science of Booze.