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madithefreckled:

gettin’ into that time of year where all I want to draw is Halloween stuff but really don’t have all that much time to dedicate to Halloween stuff
and by Halloween stuff I mean drawing quick character designs that turn in to Harry Potter fanart which someone insisted I post so here you are
sorry for all the inactivity I’m just working on schoolwork mainly uvu;;

madithefreckled:

gettin’ into that time of year where all I want to draw is Halloween stuff but really don’t have all that much time to dedicate to Halloween stuff

and by Halloween stuff I mean drawing quick character designs that turn in to Harry Potter fanart which someone insisted I post so here you are

sorry for all the inactivity I’m just working on schoolwork mainly uvu;;

thehopefulbotanymajor
rhamphotheca:

Root Systems of Prairie Plants
Prairies are often called “the upside-down forest” since the majority of the biomass (the plant parts) of the system is underground (up to 70%). Compass plant and blazing star, stars of the prairie screen, noted in this line drawing of roots, reach 15 feet deep. The different morphology of the root systems works in harmony, with each plant taking advantage of a soil niche, mingling and “shaking hands” with all of the other plants in the soil, as they do above the soil.
(via: Native Prairies Association of Texas‎)
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rhamphotheca:

Root Systems of Prairie Plants

Prairies are often called “the upside-down forest” since the majority of the biomass (the plant parts) of the system is underground (up to 70%). Compass plant and blazing star, stars of the prairie screen, noted in this line drawing of roots, reach 15 feet deep. The different morphology of the root systems works in harmony, with each plant taking advantage of a soil niche, mingling and “shaking hands” with all of the other plants in the soil, as they do above the soil.

(via: Native Prairies Association of Texas)

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motleymakery
motleymakery:

Have you tried Kirigami? Much like paper snowflakes, but usually based on 4 points, instead of 6.  These lacy designs look great alone, or layered for a mandala effect.

"The Kirigami Project is a collaborative creative project from Marisa Edghill of Omiyage and Geri Jewitt of The Languid Lion. Each week in 2014, they will bring you a new kirigami design to fold and cut. At the end of each month, there will be a free printable of that month’s templates.”

motleymakery:

Have you tried Kirigami? Much like paper snowflakes, but usually based on 4 points, instead of 6.  These lacy designs look great alone, or layered for a mandala effect.

"The Kirigami Project is a collaborative creative project from Marisa Edghill of Omiyage and Geri Jewitt of The Languid Lion. Each week in 2014, they will bring you a new kirigami design to fold and cut. At the end of each month, there will be a free printable of that month’s templates.”

diyncraftz
diyideaz:

How To Hang Picture Frames
Learning How To Hang Picture Frames as a collage on your walls can be a challenge sometimes. No matter how many different patterns you try to use it just sometimes doesn’t look right. So why not take a look at this info graphic to learn all the most common ways that people hang pictures around the house. Enjoy!
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How To Hang Picture Frames

Learning How To Hang Picture Frames as a collage on your walls can be a challenge sometimes. No matter how many different patterns you try to use it just sometimes doesn’t look right. So why not take a look at this info graphic to learn all the most common ways that people hang pictures around the house. Enjoy!

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