Question by Logan73: how do you make metal look like metal with pen ank ink? I was. thinking about drawing iron man but idk how to make it look like metal with pen and ink. I can’t find anyhing about it on google. if you have a picture or anything that’d be great..
Answer by KRISTEN STEWERT hmmmm with silver pens?
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Question by Johnny: What pen is better for pen spinning metal comssa or rsvp mx? Just as I said which one is better? I want a pen that is pretty heavy and long. I have thought about getting a DR. KT but those are like 25 dollars. I am buying from penwish.com So which one is better Comssa or an RSVP MX
Answer by Hillsong United uhhh, it matters where you live. If not in america, you might want the RSVP, cuz i dunno if they have them by your area. In the US, you definnetly want the Comssa, cuz the Dong Computer Sign pens(the pens used to make the comssa mod) are really hard to get here. RSVP MX mod is pretty easy to make, i made one, and its really good. Very nice, evenly weighted, and pretty heavy on the ends. If you want to make your own, here’s the link. Just replace the HGG grip with a pilot G2 and the Tip with a Uniball signo tip.
Image by monkeyc.net My work bag has ben getting a little weighty of late and I decided to have a clean out and pack for work at the same time, as I did the desknotes thing already I thought what the hell, why not do a whats in my bag shot as well, they can be fun.
Mind you there isnt much really in my bag it seems but I did find the reason its so heavy, have a read of the notes and see 😉
This is after the clean out so you miss out on the various bits of paper, empty mint boxes and other stuff which floats in a bag along with a couple of mazgazines and a badly crushed biscuit (thankfully still in a plastic bag)
Image by Anáryawe For some years I wore only one kind of jewellery – a single leather/waxed chord into which I added small seemingly meaningless but to somehow important tokens I’d pick up from somewhere. Jewellery parts found from bus stops, ink pen nibs, singe beads and stones… It’d keep developing into one big messy knot of small but beautiful objects. Eventually the chord would fall apart from constant wear and I’d start building a new one, usually with my single favourite object from the previous assemblage. I’d photograph some of them but there’s not much is left of any.
This piece carries the same thought. It will, if somebody set outs to buy it some day, be supplied with a set of spare copper links that the owner can use to add her own small tokens to it.
Centrepiece is hand carved from wax and cast in bronze. It hangs from copper chain and wire links. I hung a 10 kopek coin and a sheet brass piece, both which I have picked up from the street while travelling.
I added some black patina to it, but left the piece without finish so all the mixed metal will continue developing richer colours.
Image by Dumfries Museum This snuff box was made from part of the bed on which Burn’s died. It has two engraved silver plaques on the sides, with pen and ink drawings on the lid and base – a portrait oval of Burns after the original by Naysmyth on the lid, and Burns Mausoleum on the base.
This is an early rare example of a snuff box with an integral wooden hinge. It was made locally, around 1834. Extensive use of the box has required the hinge to be partially replaced, this has been done with metal as the repairer was unsure of how to replace with a wooden hinge.
INSCRIPTIONS: lid – THE AYRSHIRE BARD / Born 25 Janry 1759 Died 22 July 1796 base – BURNS’S MAUSOLEUM
silver plate, front – THIS BOX / Is formed from part / of the bed in which the / Poet BURNS Died silver plate, back – PRESENTED / by / William Irving / TO / Robert Carson / 1831
Digital Number: BHBN089n
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2011-09-01 The morning drive mix, courtesy Pandora
Image by angwe23 The station is called "Crunch/Grind/Die?" and is seeded with thrash metal and industrial.
I wanted to write it all down because it started last night on the drive home, when I switched to this from my "Classic Rock Your World" station. Traffic made me want to go "GRRRR". The last song of that drive was Wumpscutt’s "Embryodead", so this morning seemed like a perfect continuation.
Deciphering: Front Line Assembly (from Hard Wired, didn’t catch the song) Icons of Coil – "Shelter" Imperative Reaction – "Judas" Tactical Sekt – "Not Entertained" Powerman 5000 – "When Worlds Collide" (this one made me giggle a little because I do actually like this song for what it is, but I don’t think the bad knows how ridiculous they are) Marilyn Manson – "Dope Show" Assemblage 23 – "Purgatory"
This is the kind of thing a writer does to himself when stuck in traffic with a pen and no easy to acquire paper source.
It continued for my drive home today, in a somewhat weirder fashion: Slayer – "Haunting the Chapel" Fluke – "Atom Bomb" Suicide Commando – "Consume Your Vengeance"
That should tell you how confused this station can sometimes make Pandora.
Image by Karen Roe BOND in MOTION 50 Vehicles. 50 Years
Casino Royale – Daniel Craig
Aston Martin DBS Taking him back to the beginning of his career, Daniel Craig’s Bond drives this beautiful Aston Martin DBS in the 2006 film Casino Royale. It may not have metal spikes or oil slicks, but this car contains more practical items. A defibrillator and anti-poison/chemical combi pens come in very handy when Bond takes a drink which has been laced with poison. The car was also finished with a new exterior colour, graphite grey with a blue tint dubbed ‘Casino Ice’.
The World of James Bond 007 is full of action, excitement, drama and danger. The high octane, all action car and vehicle chases are at the heart of the Bond franchise. There is unique story behind every vehicle and every death defying stunt culminates in the exhilarating screen image. From speed boats leaping roads and cars submerging to exotic locations, ranging from tropical islands to the North Pole the action never ceases. Vehicles with gadgets and armouries add to the thrills with Bond having to be ever more resourceful in his battles with the increasingly technical and sophisticated villains. BOND in MOTION is the story of the vehicles that keep the man behind the wheel moving and how the thrill a minute chase sequences pushed man and machine to the limit.
This new exhibition to Beaulieu is the world’s largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles, on display for 2012 only, featuring 50 vehicles from the Bond films. With fifty vehicles on display, BOND IN MOTION is the largest official collection of original Bond vehicles the world has ever seen. On display until the 6th January 2013 at the National Motor Museum, this could be your only chance to see these vehicles on display together. 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film series and the 40th anniversary of the National Motor Museum (and the 60th anniversary of Beaulieu opening its doors to the public) and what better way to celebrate than with the biggest exhibition of James Bond vehicles ever staged? Cars used in films starring Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig all feature in the exhibition.
Compact metal pencil sharpener fits easily into pencil cases
Long pencil gliding slot prevents wedging
Cutout makes it easy to remove broken tips
2 sharpeners per pack
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