Uncle Whisky

Well, this is it. This is where the tragic happens.

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pencilcat:

Unclewhisky this one’s for you, because I’ve owed you a shark dragon for years. You didn’t tell me what kind of shark though, so I used my favorite - whale shark :P

OH MY STARS, thank you pencilcat
This is everything I wanted and more, and so, so much more!
BLUB BLUB.

pencilcat:

Unclewhisky this one’s for you, because I’ve owed you a shark dragon for years. You didn’t tell me what kind of shark though, so I used my favorite - whale shark :P

OH MY STARS, thank you pencilcat

This is everything I wanted and more, and so, so much more!

BLUB BLUB.

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Denizens

project-starfighter:

We’ve got first-look concepts for each of the 14 god-worlds, with one-phrase descriptions of the planets and their humanoid natives.

Portavi, the Oracle (tidal-locked eternal-dusk world, three-eyed Portavians)

Scrio, the Destroyer (volcanic planet, tusked Scrioans)

Vakilo, the Lawmaker…

Things are starting to take shape with this little universe of mine!

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ri-science:

This question was asked by an audience member at a recent event at the Ri, in which NASA’s chief scientist Dr Ellen Stofan gave an overview of their plans to develop a human exploration pathway to Mars. Here is what she replied:
“Everything we do at NASA, someone has to imagine first. That’s why the arts are such an important part of education, because you have to learn to be creative, to be innovative. We’re trying to do really hard things, trying to get humans down to the surface of Mars… Building models, testing things on a small scale before we ever spend the money to enlarge them up to a big scale is really important.”
Watch the full talk on the Ri Channel now.
FACT: On this day in 1958 the US Congress passed legislation formally inaugurating the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

ri-science:

This question was asked by an audience member at a recent event at the Ri, in which NASA’s chief scientist Dr Ellen Stofan gave an overview of their plans to develop a human exploration pathway to Mars. Here is what she replied:

Everything we do at NASA, someone has to imagine first. That’s why the arts are such an important part of education, because you have to learn to be creative, to be innovative. We’re trying to do really hard things, trying to get humans down to the surface of Mars… Building models, testing things on a small scale before we ever spend the money to enlarge them up to a big scale is really important.

Watch the full talk on the Ri Channel now.

FACT: On this day in 1958 the US Congress passed legislation formally inaugurating the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

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