The watercolour I did today.
The watercolour I did today.
My drawing warm up this morning.
The Swiss Army Knife my uncle gave me when I was really young. It has a few cracks in it now, but it’s still awesome.
I did a thing.
Now good night!
This is Halloween!
…… Me and my friends love this movie. Like. Alot.
A W.I.P. of the Dormouse from the Alice in Wonderland inspired story I’ve had in mind.
Dormouse © Steph/Railind
Jordan Underneath: A reviewer of obscure, classic, and independent video games is a seriously underrated youtuber.
With a quirky sense of humour and a healthy dose of basement dwelling, he makes some of the most entertaining content I’ve seen in awhile.
So…… Fan art time. Huzzah.
I draw dead things.
Random quick doodle of a critter skull I saw on google.
As much as I loved Rabbit as a male, I have to say I’m absolutely in love with her new design. It’s also amazing to see Bunny draw her character as beautifully as the others now. The change has my full support, it always did, but more now then ever.
Meet my sister’s cat…… Her name is Lily.
Deadpool! Not Spiderman! My mother needs to learn more about comic books…
I lost this drawing, but managed to get a screen shot before it was completely gone….
Brass Goggles is way to catchy.
Just some quick doodles of a recent experience.
Well it’s been about 4 years since I’ve had a break. So I think I need a bit more time, I don’t want to draw because I have to, I think I’ll wait for some inspiration. It’ll be worth the wait I promise. ;p
The first time I saw Hatchworth I thought he looked a bit like Mario. So….. I drew a thing. xD
DPSG - 15 August 2013
A joke I made today during Sam Luke’s Fantastic art live stream.
Check him out here if you haven’t already:
As much as I like energy drinks, they’re really bad for you. Not only are they over caffeinated (which can be dangerous) but they’re full of sugar and all kinds of chemicals. You know it can’t be good when your drink comes with a warning on it. But luckily, robots can’t have: heart attacks, caffeine induced anxiety, or any of the other problems us humans can.
ok, no, this pisses me off. Overcaffeinated? According to what? Side by side comparison with coffee, it’s not a huge amount of difference, believe it or not. And all those machiattos and frappuchinos and whatever the hell else have a buttload more sugar than most energy drinks.
Facts? I have your facts right here:
Energy Drinks by the numbers:
Bawls - 67 mg of caffeine in 10 oz. 32 grams of sugar
Full Throttle - 160 mg of caffeine in 16 oz. 58 grams of sugar
Monster (my personal favourite) - 160 mg of caffeine in 16 oz. 54 grams of sugar
NOS - 160 mg in 16 oz. 54 grams of sugar
Red Bull - 80 mg in 8.46 oz. 27 grams of sugar.
Rockstar - 160 mg in 16 oz. 60 grams of sugar
Coffee by the numbers:
Brewed coffee - 108 mg in 8 oz. No sugar except what you add.
K-cup coffee - 120 mg in 8 oz.
Peets Brewed coffee - 267 mg in 16 oz.
Starbucks Bottled Iced Coffee - 115 mg in 11 oz. 21 grams of sugar
Starbucks Grande Coffee - 330 mg in 16 oz.
Starbucks Grande Cappucino - 150 mg in 16 oz. 11 grams of sugar
I have no database numbers on anything fancier than that, like all the frappucinos and fancy flavoured stuff. These are also listed without flavor shots, whipped cream, any other add ons you can get at any coffee place.`(you can find this all at http://www.energyfiend.com/the-caffeine-database)
You want to know the worst offender ever? The one thing that has the highest caffeine count ever? It’s not an energy drink. It’s not a soda. It’s coffee.
Chameleon Cold Brew Coffee - 2160 MG OF CAFFEINE IN 32 OZ.
Now what’s overcaffeinated?
I wasn’t aiming to offend, sorry if I did. Like I mentioned, I do like energy drinks, and I wasn’t comparing the caffeine amount in each drink, I meant “over caffeinated” in comparison to the daily recommended dose.
A daily dose of caffeine should not exceed 200 to 300 milligrams, yet a 500 millilitre serving of Mother, Monster or Red Bull contains 160 milligrams of caffeine, and some teens drink three a day.
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/national/health/caffeine-concern-over-teens-and-energy-drinks-20130904-2t5lx.html#ixzz2f1EmogoT