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hazardoushero:

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lohkay:

This looks fucking amazing and I cannot wait.

THE COLORS IN THIS HOLY SHIT. This looks BEAUTIFUL I can’t want to see more of it.

So I just went and scoped out the website for the show, and this is the story synopsis that’s up;

In the big city, gender war rises. Sex is prohibited because of a genetic deadly virus. Ruled by hate and anger, boys and girls grow up apart from each other, forming rivals gangs.

Among these lost teenagers, Kenzell and lesya will fight adversity and defy all the rules in order to live their love and restore peace. ”

Holy. Shit.

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When I’m in writing mode for a novel, I get up at 4:00 am and work for five to six hours. In the afternoon, I run for 10km or swim for 1500m (or do both), then I read a bit and listen to some music. I go to bed at 9:00 pm. I keep to this routine every day without variation. The repetition itself becomes the important thing; it’s a form of mesmerism. I mesmerize myself to reach a deeper state of mind. But to hold to such repetition for so long — six months to a year — requires a good amount of mental and physical strength. In that sense, writing a long novel is like survival training. Physical strength is as necessary as artistic sensitivity.
Haruki Murakami’s daily routine. Also see Murakami on writing and running, then dive deeper with his What I Talk About When I Talk About Running. (via letizias)
(via An amazing LEGO model of Curiosity | The Planetary Society)
So, I went to Emily’s blog to find the next item I’ll be sharing, a shot of the Mastcam from the MAHLI instrument (with the cover still on), that she then also tweaked a bit.
But that comes later. Right now, she’s got pictures of the Curiosity rover kit designed by a LEGO fan and voted for consideration by LEGO for the fall. The designer has sourced the bricks for the kit and assembled a few for educational organizations and offered one to Emily for the Planetary Society’s use.
Click through to see the full details, including a video showing how well the rocker bogie mechanism on the model imitates the functions of the real thing.
Turns out that’s a hard thing for people to figure out, but the designer of this kit is an engineer.
It even has Hazcams, though it is missing the mast-mounted Navcams/Mastcams and the Marsdial isn’t on there, but it’s an amazingly small kit (300+ pieces) for all the detail that it does include (inlet ports for SAM and CheMin, all the stuff on the HGA).
To top all this off, the same designer has proposed an EDL kit to go with it. Here’s his sample shot:

Do want!

(via An amazing LEGO model of Curiosity | The Planetary Society)

So, I went to Emily’s blog to find the next item I’ll be sharing, a shot of the Mastcam from the MAHLI instrument (with the cover still on), that she then also tweaked a bit.

But that comes later. Right now, she’s got pictures of the Curiosity rover kit designed by a LEGO fan and voted for consideration by LEGO for the fall. The designer has sourced the bricks for the kit and assembled a few for educational organizations and offered one to Emily for the Planetary Society’s use.

Click through to see the full details, including a video showing how well the rocker bogie mechanism on the model imitates the functions of the real thing.

Turns out that’s a hard thing for people to figure out, but the designer of this kit is an engineer.

It even has Hazcams, though it is missing the mast-mounted Navcams/Mastcams and the Marsdial isn’t on there, but it’s an amazingly small kit (300+ pieces) for all the detail that it does include (inlet ports for SAM and CheMin, all the stuff on the HGA).

To top all this off, the same designer has proposed an EDL kit to go with it. Here’s his sample shot:

Do want!