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connorratliff:

TOM LEVIN is a dear friend and a funny and a talented man, for those of you who don’t know him. (Those of you who already know him don’t need to be told how funny and talented and dear he is.)

He directs every episode of I’m Too Fragile For This, which means that he also is the third “writer” of the series because he takes the various takes that Cathryn and I act out and figures out what shape they will take. Some of the best and funniest moments come from his instincts to add this or that pause or reaction shot from one take or another until the end result is just right.

He is also constantly making other short films of his own, including this one, which is terrific.


pizzzatime:

GreenBuildTV:

Did you know that you can convert old wine and liquor bottles into self watering planters for a little window garden? Be careful when cutting glass, score one single circle around the bottle, then alternate between hot and cold water on the upper portion until it literally pops right off. Always wear eye protection as glass is unpredictable and tends to shatter, sometimes even if you do everything properly. Don’t forget to sand the edges down when you’re done so you won’t have to worry about future accidents.Please note that those are strings hanging down from the dirt, they function as wicks to keep the moisture level in the dirt in the optimal range. As the soil and the top of the strings dry out, more water gets sucked up through the string just like in the xylem of the plants themselves.
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pizzzatime:

GreenBuildTV:

Did you know that you can convert old wine and liquor bottles into self watering planters for a little window garden? Be careful when cutting glass, score one single circle around the bottle, then alternate between hot and cold water on the upper portion until it literally pops right off. Always wear eye protection as glass is unpredictable and tends to shatter, sometimes even if you do everything properly. Don’t forget to sand the edges down when you’re done so you won’t have to worry about future accidents.

Please note that those are strings hanging down from the dirt, they function as wicks to keep the moisture level in the dirt in the optimal range. As the soil and the top of the strings dry out, more water gets sucked up through the string just like in the xylem of the plants themselves.


sosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblrsosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious 

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblr

sosuperawesome:

Shapes of Conscious

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

David Habben, on Tumblr