PEDRO. WHAT A FINISH.— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) July 31, 2019
*Previously: Triple punch.
久しぶりの不可視彫像、設営完了。— 坪倉輝明@メディアアーティスト (@kohack_v) July 30, 2019
金沢工業大学の卒業制作で「Shadow Touch」という影に触る作品を作り、その続編にもあたる「不可視彫像(不可視美術館)」を石川で展示するという巡り合わせ。 pic.twitter.com/Sk7sLfJkUo
Ok I know I probably annoyig with these but hot damn! These are really fun to do! Started out as ink and outfit practice and boom! Here we are on number 7— Nikola Čižmešija (@NikolaCizmesija) July 29, 2019
A quick mock up team line up.
Did i do them right @kristaferanka , @kevinwada ? pic.twitter.com/f1yJS6qlSd
Man. This panel. I must have stared at it for years as a kid. The angle, details, colors—everything about it.— WEIRDLAND TV (@WeirdlandTales) July 29, 2019
Kermit: “Up here I’ll finally have some peace… I hope.”
Sam: “Kermit… I need to talk to you.”
Scan from The Comic Muppet Book: Featuring Jim Henson’s Muppets (1979). pic.twitter.com/DuSpikT9At
In June, the company’s drive-thru service times were 15 seconds shorter on average than they were a year earlier in the U.S., a noticeable reduction the company believes will pay dividends over the long run.Speaking of McDonald's, have you ever seen proto-Hamburglar's early identity as "The Lone Jogger?" Like something out of Syfy's Candle Cove:
Company executives believe culling precious seconds off those drive-thru service times will be key to get customers coming in more frequently. Traffic is down again this year, despite strong sales, continuing a frustrating, seven-year trend for the Chicago-based burger giant.
“We want to get incremental improvement week-to-week-to-week,” Easterbrook said. “So each time a customer comes back, they will notice a few seconds’ difference.”
The occasion was "Instabeach," an exclusive, invite-only annual party hosted by the photo-sharing platform for 500 hundred top creators along with plus ones, talent representatives, managers, and—for the first time—press. The goal, according to Justin Antony, Instagram's head of creators and emerging talent partnerships, is to help influencers meet each other, mingle, and form friendships. But what started three years ago as a casual beach party for a class of people that was once maligned by the traditional entertainment industry has become a who's who of young HollywoodIn other news, Gladstones is apparently proving to be immortal.
Among them: The cooler, older, more well-known influencers, who had mostly come to put in face time with Instagram execs. Then there were the Instagram comedians, who huddled in circles roasting each other and anyone who came by. There were the dancers—spottable by their sneakers and propensity for casual backflips—and the hypebeasts, who arrived clad in Louis Vuitton and obscure streetwear. The self-proclaimed "Brat pack" consisted of about seven boys and a couple girls, all of whom star in shows on Brat
when yr trash but also the last desperate hope for a better future pic.twitter.com/oldmhOZIOe— potluck miscreant 🍲🍀👺 (@BinAnimals) March 12, 2018
my mum won’t let me wear my camo pants to church. i keep telling her i’m a soldier in the army of the lord but she’s not hearing it kmt— shea butter baby (@thatyohanesgirl) July 28, 2019
I need the untrimmed version of this video more than I need air to breathe pic.twitter.com/uo1WqDtiZF— Clemson Carl (@ClemsonCarl) July 26, 2019
スライムが あらわれた！ pic.twitter.com/F35VTbcwLO— かれっくす@草 (@Carex_minima) July 28, 2019
People need to stop saying “Twitter do your thing” because its thing is willful and utter ruination— blood vessel (@onionheart_) July 28, 2019
my dad built a kayak slide in his backyard pic.twitter.com/dC6UTU0lyf— Ryan (@ryantheleader_) July 28, 2019
Just found out my sister wears goggles in the shower and she doesn’t know why I’m freaking out pic.twitter.com/Kno13Qu16o— sarah schauer 🦂 (@SJSchauer) July 27, 2019
my coworked told me that apparently japanese fans who like american cartoons debate whether subs or dubs is better for king of the hill and this is a real thing and i couldn't believe it— TIRED 🔥💵🦌 (@wwileyy) July 25, 2019
Newsis seems very happy with all these pics of Bolton walking around in scorching hot Seoulhttps://t.co/wtMKxFE5Y5 pic.twitter.com/5PI89JrAA7— Jeongmin Kim (@jeongminnkim) July 24, 2019
Coaches — be specific.💪😏😉 pic.twitter.com/Ig5M2aVMH2— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) July 29, 2019
Niantic has been posting chronicles of actual, real-life Team Rocket grunts that they’ve photographed running around New York City, vandalizing Pokemon GO signs and billboards, culminating in the landing of a real-life Team Rocket balloon.
🔍😮— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) July 26, 2019
📍: New York City, USA pic.twitter.com/ozuP4yGu4g
jesus fuck no pic.twitter.com/PfNzgl4hKb— Kate Gray (@hownottodraw) July 30, 2019
With some metropolitan high schools in Tokyo still instructing students to dye their hair black despite it naturally being another color, a group has presented the Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education with 19,065 signatures backing a written request to stop the practice.Telegraph (from May):
In western Japan, a woman who was forced to dye her natural brown hair as a third-grade student at an Osaka Prefecture-run high school launched a suit in 2017 for some 2.2 million yen in compensation. The case is pending at the Osaka District Court.
Some 60 per cent of public schools in Japan require that all pupils submit a document called Natural Hair Certification, which confirms the natural colour and degree of curliness of their hair.*Previously: Using carefully placed garbage to advertise Kit Kats
A new survey shows one in 13 schoolchildren had subsequently been “urged” by their school to dye their naturally brown hair black.
The survey of 1,000 children and teachers accompanies a new campaign masterminded by P&G’s Pantene shampoo brand, which also sells hair dye, to challenge the expectation.
The debate was fuelled further last month, with the launch of a new petition offering a high-profile opposition to hair rule restrictions on schoolchildren in Japan.
The petition, which was reportedly inspired by the Pantene campaign, attracted more than 10,000 signatures in the first few weeks, with plans to present it to Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike.
That’s when they decided on the stakeout. On the night of December 1, Greenwell and the five residents took shifts. The white cat came at 7 p.m.; they shooed it away. The cat returned at midnight; they shooed it away again. The cat came back a third time that night, and Greenwall saw it slinking toward the birds. They chased the cat for half a mile before it disappeared in the coastal scrub. The group returned to stake out the area the next night, and then the City of Mandurah hired an overnight security guard for a few days. When the cat was not seen again, they thought the danger had passed.And speaking of wildlife sanctuaries:
But it had not.
“There was absolute outrage in the community”
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens is the sort of book that you’ve either never heard of or have already read for your book club. The bestselling hardcover title of 2019, Crawdads has sold more than 1 million copies—jaw-dropping for any first novel, much less one by an author who just turned 70, living on a remote homestead in northern Idaho. Publishers Weekly has called its success the “feel-good publishing story of the year.” (Spoilers for the novel follow throughout this piece.) If you’re one of the people who’ve read the book, you probably know a little of Owens’ romantic backstory, like the huge boost her debut got when Reese Witherspoon, the Oprah of our time, selected it for her book club. Or the fact that while Crawdads is Owens’ first novel, it’s not her first book. And then there’s the 22 years she spent in Africa with her husband, Mark, living close to the land and working in wildlife conservation. Delia and Mark wrote about those experiences in three memoirs. But what most of Crawdads’ fans don’t know is that Delia and Mark Owens have been advised never to return to one of the African nations where they once lived and worked, Zambia, because they are wanted for questioning in a murder that took place there decades ago.
To be clear, Delia Owens herself is not suspected of involvement in the murder of a poacher filmed by an ABC camera crew in 1995, while the news program Turning Point was producing a segment on the Owenses’ conservation work in Zambia. But her stepson, Christopher, and her husband have been implicated by some witnesses.
Authentic Italian cooking thank u Costco pic.twitter.com/smjQ5biqwu— Leah Tiscione (@LeahTiscione) July 29, 2019
Augmented reality book covers. That’s it. That’s the tweet.pic.twitter.com/Ri6cEE0vkn— Shannon Plante (@ShannonZKiller) July 12, 2019
Behold, the dumbest robot ever to be created pic.twitter.com/eW4yoETbsM— Alex Kantrowitz (@Kantrowitz) July 12, 2019
This is nuts. According to the BBC, a Chinese vlogger's face filter glitched and revealed that she was actually a middle-aged woman.— Ryan Broderick (@broderick) July 30, 2019
I'm still insanely skeptical of this whole thing, but the end of this video shows her filtered face and it looks legit?https://t.co/FATtwojFMs pic.twitter.com/ok0XhwcpJX
Ooooh... $12 drone with respectably minimalist wearable controller spotted in Huaqiangbei! 😎 pic.twitter.com/JZocM5I9PC— Noah Zerkin (@noazark) July 29, 2019
This Sony-backed portable air-conditioner crowdfunded project is attracting a lot of interest.— Gearoid Reidy (@GearoidReidy) July 29, 2019
You slot it into a pocket on the back of specially-made shirts and connect it to your smartphone to control it.https://t.co/cjFSHmK9Yq pic.twitter.com/iYni0KafX7
Since no one I spoke to was interested in telling me what I should stock my store with (as Hilse put it, “Man, if I told you what products to sell, like, publicly, that product would be dead in a couple days.”), I did a Google search for the best items to dropship. According to an article on Cloudways, a web hosting service advertising itself to potential ecommerce entrepreneurs, one of the hottest products for 2019 was the “Child Wrist Leash.” The article noted, “Many women lose their children while shopping in the malls.”
Sensing my brand’s potential as a leader in the music festival culture space, I dubbed the child leash a “Rave Buddy Leash.”
“It’s the impulse” that convinces people to buy stuff from a dropshipper, Hilse told me. “You’re not allowing them time to go and research and go and find cheap prices or anything. It’s all about finding a product that is shocking and viral that they’ve never seen before.” Much like every piece of content on the internet (including this article), dropshippers are in the business of capturing your precious and finite attention and turning it into money, albeit in a much more direct and transactional way than this article could hope to do.
Thriller “Heart” specially for @pearls.desserts Watch with the sound on ♥️ We worked so hard during the whole week at day and night filming these videos. It was fun, and at the same time it was exhausting. Long hours of shooting, kilos of ingredients, a dozen color papers, cameras, lamps, and the work of multiple people, and it is for the sake of the video that lasts several minutes. But it was worth it. Do you agree? Video production @egro.str @food.kiro . Настоящий видео триллер Сердце смотреть со звуком! ♥️ Мы снимали ролики для @pearls.desserts в течении целой недели, иногда не только днём, но и ночью. Это было весело, интересно и в то же время утомительно. Часы съемки, килограммы продуктов, десятки цветных листов, камеры, светильники и работа шести человек ради нескольких минут видео. Но это того стоит. Вы согласны? Видео и фото @egro.str @food.kiro . . @dinarakasko #dinarakasko #heart #cakeheart #pastrylove #cakestv #pastrychef #culinary_talents #okmycake #pastryinspiration #chocolatejewels #pastryart #cake #chefsofinstagram #gastroart #art #pastryart #chefstalk #pastry #chefs #instadessert #foodporn #cakemould #buzzfeedtasty #designmilkA post shared by Dinara Kasko (@dinarakasko) on
I hope there’s a post-credit scene at the end of the Mr. Rogers movie where Bob Ross shows up and teases the PBS Cinematic Universe. pic.twitter.com/p4tJW928ji— Chris Shehan_Art (@ChrisShehanArt) July 25, 2019
MOT...— Flen-Pin Bowling 🎳 (@flendog_) July 25, 2019
Come along pic.twitter.com/QySCq04dyK— Kate Beaton (@beatonna) July 28, 2019
Yesterday I announced that, as president, I’ll establish a student loan debt forgiveness program for all Pell Grant recipients who return to their small hometowns 27 years later to fight an ancient evil clown they and their friends thought they'd defeated when they were all 12.— A.R. Moxon (Julius Goat) (@JuliusGoat) July 28, 2019
The first time they show Margot Robbie’s feet in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, a woman in front of me said “there’s the feet!”— Mike Ginn (@shutupmikeginn) July 28, 2019
The perfect Baby Boomer newspaper feature doesn't exis— pic.twitter.com/eZC6US1rnn— Pinboard (@Pinboard) July 28, 2019
this website is insane cause a 60 year old local texan woman will tweet something ignorant like, “ladies, your tears are turning your man off” and suddenly the most famous comedians in the world are tweeting her like “LOG THE FUCK OFF PATRICIA”— Jill Gutowitz (@jillboard) July 28, 2019
Just another day in Russia. pic.twitter.com/fzgZAveZQS— 🇷🇺Only In Russia 🇷🇺 (@CrazyinRussia) July 28, 2019
Heard a sound come from the kitchen and noticed four fresh cookies went missing. pic.twitter.com/uqK8WLvb12— Aaron (@AaronMicron) July 29, 2019
Bendemptionists gaurding disneyworld pic.twitter.com/dvjM7wOEIy— froppy ✨ (@qiratargaryen) July 29, 2019
side note are there any fics where Kylo finds Rey's speeder and saves it for her as a wedding present after the war https://t.co/D3WTJzws1g— 🐝trixie is charon’s bae (@Trixie_Ren) July 21, 2019
The ending of #RogueOne recreated at #StarWarsCelebration Orlando 2017 - complete with music & VFX! -B-— The Star Wars Underworld (@TheSWU) July 26, 2019
(Credit: https://t.co/COUwUAKGEx ) pic.twitter.com/sNM2ugPEuY
I have absolutely no memory of this game. Did anyone play it? pic.twitter.com/g9xGi55yp5— Andy Kelly (@ultrabrilliant) July 26, 2019
Since everyone is doing #shootyourshot and we're getting many requests to write #StarWarsBooks here's more info if that's your goal.— Tom (@DarthInternous) July 25, 2019
This is not exhaustive, focuses on fiction, there are no guarantees, yes there are exceptions. Just some tips/info to help. 1/9
palpatine is shaking in his boots pic.twitter.com/jEuAJzqLYj— destinee (@okbensolo) July 22, 2019
What keeps things alive, up to a point, is the imperturbable attitude of the titular heroine, who is invested with try-and-stop-me spirit by Moner, who's actually 18 and looks it despite preventive measures. The same goes for Wahlberg, who's 19. There's a palpable gap you can't help but notice between the essentially innocent, borderline-pubescent nature of the leading characters and the film itself, and the more confident and mature vibes emanating from the leading actors. The director seems to be trying to keep the hormones at bay, but there are some things you just can't disguise, perhaps human nature first and foremost. Dora seems committed to projecting a pre-sexualized version of youth, while throbbing unacknowledged beneath the surface is something a bit more real, its presence rigorously ignored. To be believed, this story should have been set in 1955.
Today, print impressions of ‘The Great Wave’, each one subtly different in colour and tone, can be found in museum collections around the world*Previously: "The Itsy-Bitsy, Teenie-Weenie, Very Litigious Bikini"
So how do museums holding an impression of Hokusai’s iconic work make it available? To find out, let’s compare fourteen cultural institutions that have digitised and published their ‘Great Wave’ online.
The Art Institute of Chicago’s collections website makes the process incredibly simple: clicking once on the download icon triggers the download of a high-resolution image.
In contrast, undertaking the same process on the British Museum’s website entails mandatory user registration and the submission of personal data.
It’s as if these institutions have unconsciously revived the concept of zôhan (possession of blocks) for the 21st century.
We are all conscripts in Twitter’s mad war on linear time.— matt blaze (@mattblaze) July 27, 2019
The national emblem protection glass has updated with wipers ！ HK mobs，you suck now😜— 巴丢草 Badiucao (@badiucao) July 28, 2019
Bigger than before pic.twitter.com/zAtZ8CnXPz— Natural History Museum (@NHM_London) July 26, 2019
Copper sulfate egg geode pic.twitter.com/yf1rwBflef— Chemical Reactions (@HoIdMyBeaker) December 28, 2018
toddler car seats and gamer chairs... are the same pic.twitter.com/pt1a1cmD9z— jamison ⚓️ (@jhermann) July 26, 2019
My favorite part of The Lion King is @billyeichner and @Sethrogen cropping each other out of their picture with Beyoncé. pic.twitter.com/kqMJoJWRuA— Eva (@EvaEJansen) July 27, 2019
Pets doing pranks is my new favt thing pic.twitter.com/1a9AZxKy9L— Turgut ⚉ (@ItsSlyGuy) July 20, 2019
Nowhere in the unofficial YouTuber handbook does it advise you to commission and sell a creepily lifelike version of your youngest child.*Previously: "This is the 'voodoo doll' in the super-racist voodoo episode of 'Murder, She Wrote'"
In a 27-minute vlog, the Ingham Family (whose patriarch has previously faced accusations of creeping on their teenage fans, claims he denies) announced the release of their latest merch: a 19-inch tall, soft-bodied recreation of their youngest son, Jace.
The eerily lifelike doll — called in the doll world a “reborn” — captures Jace Ingham at the age of two weeks. It comes with three outfits, a hat, dummy with clip, nappies, “birth certificate”, gift bag and pen.
Alongside having a realistic representation of the youngest child of your favorite YouTube family, buying a Jace reborn also gives you the chance to meet the Ingham Family at a special tea party, according to the retailer.
Each week inside the warehouse, office workers mailed out appeals to potential donors in envelopes featuring pictures of the pope. The letters inside, as well as postings on the group’s website, included testimonials describing the purported experiences of priests who’d faced desperate crises, including false accusations of sexual abuse.
One testimonial from May 2018, for example, claimed that a “Father David” had been stalked by a mentally unbalanced parishioner who had accused him of sexual misconduct after he turned down her offers of gifts and money.
“Even when a priest has done absolutely nothing wrong,” the testimonial asserted, “the Church will sometimes go to the nth degree, including subjecting some priests to unwarranted psychological trauma, and a very long wait to return to active ministry, all to appease a terribly aggressive accuser.”
Ultimately, Bloomfield oversaw a settlement last December that required Opus Bono to pay $10,000 to cover the costs of the state’s investigation and forced Ferrara and Maher from their jobs at the nonprofit. The group’s entire board of directors was replaced.
Within weeks of the settlement, Bloomfield left his job at the attorney general’s office and took a job with the Catholic Diocese of Lansing, Michigan, as general counsel.
every day, the train sets out on a four-hour, 216-kilometer (134-mile) journey, its 50 tank cars carrying 2.5 million liters (660,000 gallons) of water drawn from a dam on the Cauvery River.*Previously: Pure water cologne from Calvin Klein.
The following morning, at one of the city’s water distribution stations, Ranganathan, a longtime water truck driver in Chennai, pulls his colorfully painted vehicle underneath a big water tap, fills up his rig and begin making neighborhood deliveries. He puts in 16-hour days, with no time even to eat, he said.
the head of the entomology department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, said the Luxor Sky Beam was well known for drawing insects — almost always “a dense column of moths.”*Previously: Laika is sending a food truck to serve bugs at SDCC
MGM Resorts International, which owns the Luxor, declined to comment.
Mr. Knight said that in his 40 years as an entomologist, he had seen more significant outbreaks.
“We measure grasshoppers per square yard,” he said. “It’s really hard to quantify how many. It’s kind of a unique thing that happens.
The panel acted despite a surprise appearance by Villanueva. He said the logo is in places not visible to the public, like the station's back door.Related:
Besides being printed on the station's back door, the logo is portrayed in a tiled mosaic in a central hallway, flies on a flag above the station, and appears on station walls, shirt pins and squad car bumper stickers.
The FBI is investigating a secret society of tattooed deputies in East Los Angeles as well as similar gang-like groups elsewhere within the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, multiple people familiar with the inquiry said.*Previously: Official London Olympics police mascot figurine.
this could be us pic.twitter.com/0FfxrR21go— 𝕊𝕞𝕚𝕥 ϟ (@smitcantread) July 24, 2019
Hamlet:— SparkNotes (@SparkNotes) July 26, 2019
Hamlet's dad, appearing out of nowhere: pic.twitter.com/Qp2Ds4Z4UD
learned a lot in class today pic.twitter.com/MLi7EgJqce— val (@valerie_kwong) July 25, 2019
put an em dash button directly on the keyboard, you cowards— Nicole Carpenter (@sweetpotatoes) July 26, 2019
Several months ago, a couple we are friends with said they don’t sleep on the same side of the bed every night. As in, every night when they get into bed, they don’t know who will sleep on which side. Still blows my mind— Jeff Stein (@JStein_WaPo) July 27, 2019
The key to understanding podcasts is that 98% of them exist because people no longer talk on the phone 💁🏻♀️— Kim O'Connor (@shallowbrigade) July 18, 2019
Facebook has colonized our thinking in weird and unexpected ways. I was on the train today, staring at an ad, when I thought, "Don't look too long--they'll see you and start showing you this ad all the time." I was looking at a real ad, on a real subway wall.— Jeremiah Moss (@jeremoss) July 26, 2019
The Twitter experience pic.twitter.com/xmxzOrAhNV— Duino D. Duck (@MainMandarin) July 26, 2019
therapy: expensive— v e n u s 🐯💜 (@rappertaehyoong) July 27, 2019
this video of a cat being bathed and blow dried: free pic.twitter.com/IYXtQXZ0eZ
Nice to MSX Fan’s cover for Contra take inspiration from Schwarzenegger & Stallone as well (via https://t.co/HyvETkhq4e) pic.twitter.com/grq5xeROGz— Attract Mode (@AttractMode) July 12, 2019
I hate this. I hate this like I haven’t hated anything for years. I hate this like I was born to hate this. pic.twitter.com/5uxTpnpLgV— Andy Khouri (@andykhouri) July 16, 2019
mario maker is a social experiment to find out how many people, if given the resources, would turn into Jigsaw— Cappy! (@CapricousD) July 16, 2019
The Diamond Casino & Resort has been turned into an active war zone, because players are camping out and taking advantage of the influx of new players coming in to check out the new content. These rascals are setting up fields of proximity mines, sniping from a distance, or just going ahead and flying through the driveway on a rocket car that shoots missiles. It’s an absolute blood bath, but no one has it worse than the poor valet.*Previously: Playing GTA as a horror movie slasher.
While players can activate Pacifist Mode to avoid damage from other players and enter the casino unscathed, others have forgotten to switch this on. That means that they’re entering a giant thresher of murder every time they roll up to gamble.
While players can easily opt out of the destruction, the valet can’t enter Pacifist Mode! He’s forced to endure an onslaught of carnage and mayhem non stop.
I’m not innocent, either. I was seduced by the siren song of seeing if he was some kind of special NPC. Was he perhaps amusing to fight in some way? Why were fans taking such joy out of attacking him? The idea that it could be just some joke, a string of cruelty done for the memes, was too much to bear. And so, I punched him. He punched me back, and it was a punch that a weak baby would throw.
Some players have noticed the valet is willing to fight back. He’s getting stronger, faster, less willing to put up with our nonsense.
Examples of Shanghai's fast-disappearing hybrid function informal architecture. In these type of buildings, the owners usually live on the middle floor, run a business on the ground floor and breed pigeons in the roof tower— Irène DB (@UrbanFoxxxx) July 28, 2019
[photo: Veronika Spierenburg, U-TT, Zhang Yue] pic.twitter.com/83BrpuEnNt
Japan's seawalls were built to keep tsunamis out. They've caused turmoil within: https://t.co/GT0uczFM50— WIRED (@WIRED) July 26, 2019
📸: Tadashi Ono pic.twitter.com/erWC5q79Dm
An Instagram account dedicated to walls in Japanese cities. Yes please.https://t.co/Rvd9fCSrIJ pic.twitter.com/adLlivhJ5A— Irène DB (@UrbanFoxxxx) November 17, 2018
Extreme air-conditioning, Singapore style.— Irène DB (@UrbanFoxxxx) July 25, 2019
[photo: VL Kong, C. Green, Reuters] pic.twitter.com/EhlJ7YdcVU
Michael Wolf— Irène DB (@UrbanFoxxxx) March 12, 2018
'Hong Kong, Informal Solutions: Exhausts' (2015)https://t.co/cLEqJtKlt5https://t.co/kFYZEU1w6X#photography #HongKong pic.twitter.com/FCRbRUWwNj
Piper, the elf illusionist/rogue is a supporter from the game @PlayJudgement. He is totally the arcane trickster archetype from D&D. The challenge was making his illusion self read correctly, I tried to show it cascading from a magic framework to something that can fool the eye! pic.twitter.com/NPy0KYiR0P— Griffon's Roost Painting (@GriffonsRoost) July 27, 2019
Scale image. Cultists, CSM, Chosen, Possessed. I think the heights of them are about what I imagine them to be, I know using bases to create height is cheating a bit but it’s the only way we can really create it..just gotta use a bit of imagination I think.👍🏻 . . #warhammer40k #40k #40kconversions #wordbearers #csm #chaosspacemarines #greaterpossessed #chaoscultists #chaoschosen #scale #height #gamesworkshop #forgeworld #miniaturepaintingA post shared by @ thunderwulfen on
I am converting up some ghouls and have an eye on getting a workable #warcry warband pic.twitter.com/9hd1uB3n7b— Michael Sellwood (@mhsellwood) July 27, 2019