WHAT IS THAT
whaaaaat is that
THAT’S HOW THEY MAKE CAMO???????
hydrographics/water transfer printing!! They take a design and float it on top of water, so they can dip 3D objects so they get the graphic on all edges.
I can’t stop looking at this
nah man it’s called water marbling
i do this shit on my nails all the time
My favorite thing to burn.
The kind of dad I hope to be.
Elsa, the Pizza Queen
not pizza hut or papa joe’s
my pizzas are for the pros
i don’t care
what they’re going to pay
let the customers in
cheap tuesdays never bothered me anyway
I did not mean for this to go this far….
Walt Disney Pictures presents: Baked
re-think that title
Paint is probably the Internet’s second favorite non-Newtonian fluid to vibrate on a speaker—after oobleck, of course. And the Slow Mo Guys' take on it does not disappoint: it's bursting (literally?) with great fluid dynamics. It all starts at 1:53 when the less dense green paint starts dimpling due to the Faraday instability. Notice how the dimples and jets of fluid are all roughly equally spaced. When the vibration surpasses the green paint’s critical amplitude, jets sprout all over, ejecting droplets as they bounce. At 3:15, watch as a tiny yellow jet collapses into a cavity before the cavity’s collapse and the vibration combine to propel a jet much further outward. The macro shots are brilliant as well; watch for ligaments of paint breaking into droplets due to the surface-tension-driven Plateau-Rayleigh instability. (Video credit: The Slow Mo Guys)
The posts that pop up during finals week are the best kinds of posts
"Harmonic Convergence", Environmental Graphic Design, Glass Art, at Miami Airport © 2011, PhenomenArts, Inc., Christopher Janney, Artistic Director. Photo by R.Hill
um i think i need to fly to miami for some particular reason