💮 Glossy slime💮
Как вам новый фон? Мне кажется, белые слаймы на чёрно-белом фоне выглядят очень стильно. Кстати, несмотря на то что слаймы белый, без добавок, он выглядит так же красиво, да и играть с ним одно удовольствие)
💮 Напишите в комментариях, как вам этот фон)
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It's definitely my fault for buying something without dimensions on the description. Right? (I got it to hold jewellery. It's tiny, @killstarco). I assumed it'd be a bit smaller than their cauldron mug but 😂
February 22, 2008 - “Diary of the Dead” is released theatrically in the US.
Horror icon George A. Romero (@georgearomero ) effectively hits the "reset" button on his hugely influential Dead series with this scaled-back look at the zombie apocalypse as told from the perspective of a student filmmaker who sets out to shoot a low-budget fright film, but instead captures the breakdown of modern society at the decaying hands of flesh-eating ghouls. Jason Creed (Joshua Close) and his crew are shooting a mummy movie in the Pennsylvania woods when media reports begin pouring in about the dead rising from their graves to feast on the flesh of the living. While self-centered star Ridley (Phillip Riccio) beats a hasty retreat to his family's fortified mansion halfway across the state, the remaining cast and crew are forced to fight for their lives despite having no weapons to speak of, and only a wobbly recreational vehicle in which to seek shelter. Immediately recognizing the gravity of the situation and outspokenly skeptical of the media, determined director Creed decides to use his own camera to capture the real story in a documentary entitled "The Death of Death." Now, as the group attempts to fight their way to safety, the skeptics will all watch as their greatest fears become reality, and the realists will attempt to process a nightmare that modern science would pass off as impossible.
🆒 The film begins on the same day as “Night of the Living Dead” (1968), although the setting has been updated to the present day. The concept for the film evolved from an idea that George A. Romero had earlier for a "Living Dead" television series, which also would have begun on the same day as “NotLD”.
💯The film features newsreader voiceover cameos from genre legends Tom Savini (@thetomsavini ), Guillermo Del Toro (@realgdt ), Simon Pegg (@simonpegg_ ), Wes Craven (@therealwescraven ), Quentin Tarantino ( @tarantinoxx ), & even the great Stephen King (@stephenking ).
Happy belated Halloween from the Little Mermaid, killed by the plastic waste polluting our oceans.
The theme of @brodyland ‘s Halloween bash this year was Disney Dystopia, and since I'd wanted to dress up as a mermaid for a while, I decided to take a - genuinely scary - twist on Andersen's tale, and show what Ariel would end up like in 2018: plastic bags wrapped around her neck, straws impaling her nose, microplastics filling up her guts, tangled up in a fishing net.
While mermaids may not be real, whales, dolphins, narwhals, manatees, sharks, turtles, fish, and thousands and thousands of other (albeit less popular) species very much are. And so is the danger imposed on them by the excessive amounts of our single-use plastics that end up in the oceans.
To make a statement, I created this costume out of waste, and things I already had at home: I used an old t-shirt and bra I was going to get rid of, and plastic bags and bubble wrap made up the fins (I got these from the office as I don't use them anymore). The crown is made of my own plastic waste from the past couple of months: a fork, a disposable razor, ice cream spoons, earbud sticks, caps of juice containers, mounted on leftover chicken wire. I adorned the costume with shells from previous travels and used an old eyeshadow palette for the makeup, and leftover paints for the costume (how lucky that we were trying out these exact colours in our renovation process). The turquoise-coloured plastic bag was sticking out of a bin in the street, so I nicked that too. I did buy this blue lipstick and hair dye new, so it wasn't entirely a zero waste project, but I really, really wanted to go to town and become an actual mermaid. However, I hope my efforts still show the opportunities lying in things we discard as 'waste'.
I'm still very far from a zero waste, or at least plastic-free lifestyle myself, but I'm constantly educating myself and trying to find better solutions and build better habits. And I ask you to do the same, for we can only succeed if we do this together.