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  • 'Painting is a journey' wonderful oil portraits by @alpay_efe. Do you enjoy watching the artist and his technique?
  • 'Painting is a journey' wonderful oil portraits by @alpay_efe. Do you enjoy watching the artist and his technique?
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  • Juego de pulsera, aretes y collar con cristales transparentes. ° NO se oxidan.
° NO causan alergias o infecciones.
° ORO laminado de 14k. ° $280 mxn. ❤️Un regalo perfecto para mamá.❤️ Recuerda que puedes mandar un inbox o un dm para más información, checar la disponibilidad y también para saber sobre la política de apartado y ventas

#collar #pulsera #pendientes #aretes #cristal #joyeria #envios #compras #charcoal
  • Juego de pulsera, aretes y collar con cristales transparentes. ° NO se oxidan.
    ° NO causan alergias o infecciones.
    ° ORO laminado de 14k. ° $280 mxn. ❤️Un regalo perfecto para mamá.❤️ Recuerda que puedes mandar un inbox o un dm para más información, checar la disponibilidad y también para saber sobre la política de apartado y ventas

    #collar #pulsera #pendientes #aretes #cristal #joyeria #envios #compras #charcoal
  • 0 0 14 hours ago
  • Why you should switch to bamboo...
✔️biodegradable handle
✔️charcoal, carbon treated bristles ✔️all natural
✔️BPA free nylon
✔️cruelty-free
✔️waste-free
✔️eco-free
✔️vegan-friendly
  • Why you should switch to bamboo...
    ✔️biodegradable handle
    ✔️charcoal, carbon treated bristles ✔️all natural
    ✔️BPA free nylon
    ✔️cruelty-free
    ✔️waste-free
    ✔️eco-free
    ✔️vegan-friendly
  • 2 1 14 hours ago
  • “Lost in the aquarium” 
Finishing touches and ready for some paint.
  • “Lost in the aquarium”
    Finishing touches and ready for some paint.
  • 5 1 14 hours ago
  • The end of the semester is always bittersweet. I’m so grateful for the professors, TAs, and classmates here at USF serving up endless knowledge and inspiration. Here are my final pieces, now I’m gonna sleep for three days.
  • The end of the semester is always bittersweet. I’m so grateful for the professors, TAs, and classmates here at USF serving up endless knowledge and inspiration. Here are my final pieces, now I’m gonna sleep for three days.
  • 10 1 14 hours ago
  • Here’s a horsy guys!
My first time practicing with charcoal vines,
I personally like pencils so I can get more details on but this works too! 
I literally took a picture of a horse from a ranch I went to the other day. Anyway, ENJOY!!
  • Here’s a horsy guys!
    My first time practicing with charcoal vines,
    I personally like pencils so I can get more details on but this works too!
    I literally took a picture of a horse from a ranch I went to the other day. Anyway, ENJOY!!
  • 4 1 14 hours ago
  • I just love this blue flame I get out of my Value Hardwood Lump Charcoal. 
I have a question for you science nerds out there. 
Let me set the question over the baseline first. I am 100% convinced that this is not fire, but plasma. Fire is flammable gases burning because they have become hot enough to reach their flashpoint and there is enough oxygen present to create an endothermic reaction. Plasma is gases that have been super energized to the point that the electrons of each atom have broken free of their center nucleus creating heat and light. Plasma is the fourth state of matter. Solid, liquid, gas, plasma. Are you following me so far?  I've come to the interpretation that this blue flame is actually plasma because I make my charcoal through a method using line of sight and my standard is no smoke no flame. Solids don't burn. Only gases burn. Solids oxidize. If there's no smoke, and there isn't any fire burning up the smoke; how then could my charcoal be on fire if there's nothing left to burn. The only reaction left to happen is oxidization. My idea is that the atmospheric gases being drawn from the bottom of my charcoal chimney are becoming hot enough to have the super energized characteristic we call plasma. 
Is this blue flame fire or plasma? I'm interested to hear what you think. 
#blueflame  #fire #charcoal #flame #hardwoodlumpcharcoal #energy #science #sciencenerd #entrepreneur #businessmaninbluejeans #biomass #bioenergy #tlud #diy #boise #idahome #idaho #grilling #bbq #education #personalgrowth #thinking #think @exohauler_official @peterson_derek
  • I just love this blue flame I get out of my Value Hardwood Lump Charcoal.
    I have a question for you science nerds out there.
    Let me set the question over the baseline first. I am 100% convinced that this is not fire, but plasma. Fire is flammable gases burning because they have become hot enough to reach their flashpoint and there is enough oxygen present to create an endothermic reaction. Plasma is gases that have been super energized to the point that the electrons of each atom have broken free of their center nucleus creating heat and light. Plasma is the fourth state of matter. Solid, liquid, gas, plasma. Are you following me so far? I've come to the interpretation that this blue flame is actually plasma because I make my charcoal through a method using line of sight and my standard is no smoke no flame. Solids don't burn. Only gases burn. Solids oxidize. If there's no smoke, and there isn't any fire burning up the smoke; how then could my charcoal be on fire if there's nothing left to burn. The only reaction left to happen is oxidization. My idea is that the atmospheric gases being drawn from the bottom of my charcoal chimney are becoming hot enough to have the super energized characteristic we call plasma.
    Is this blue flame fire or plasma? I'm interested to hear what you think.
    #blueflame #fire #charcoal #flame #hardwoodlumpcharcoal #energy #science #sciencenerd #entrepreneur #businessmaninbluejeans #biomass #bioenergy #tlud #diy #boise #idahome #idaho #grilling #bbq #education #personalgrowth #thinking #think @exohauler_official @peterson_derek
  • 2 0 14 hours ago
  • Vaslav Nijinsky, after John Singer Sargent. Charcoal pencil on Strathmore toned paper
  • Vaslav Nijinsky, after John Singer Sargent. Charcoal pencil on Strathmore toned paper
  • 4 1 14 hours ago
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