Septiceye Sam Lamp

Okay so we have these old eyeball lamp Halloween decoration thingies.

And this one got kinda beat up so my mom went to throw it away but then I thought “hey I can totally paint over this and make a Jacksepticeye decoration!“

So I took it and painted over it like a boss:

And it came out pretty good! It’s not perfect, but it looks pretty legit from these angles.

The paint I used was pretty thin, so you can see some of the veins that were there before, which I thought was pretty convenient.

But THEN I was digging around my junk and found THIS:

This tiny little flashlight, which is smaller than my pinky, was something I got a few years ago.

This sucker has a green light, so it doesn’t disturb animals. So of course I turned it on, and put it inside the eye to see how it would look.

And it looks pretty cool! It brings out some lighter shades in the iris. It’s kinda messy in some areas, but I personally like it.

Now I wonder what it will look like when I-

OH MY GOD WHAT THE FROG

THIS IS LEGIT TERRIFYING WHAT

GUYS I THINK I MADE AN ANTISEPTICEYE LAMP

ANTISEPTICEYE IN DISGUISE, EVERYBODY

                                                                                                       #coffee time
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An adorable little gamer light I got at gamestop. Was about $15usd. Takes two AAA batteries. My only criticism is they need a mounting point on the back so as to put them on a wall. Other than that I love it. Website pdp.com. licensed merch. First edition.

There are lamp fixtures that look like animals once you turn the lights on. Inspired by childhood memories, designer Chen Bikovski wanted to create a lamp that gives the same ‘wow effect’ when you turn it on that a child gets when they open the pages of a pop-up book. Source Source 2 Source 3

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Twilight in the Labyrinth
Part II
by Bella Kotak

Model: Jessica McClellan & Ian Hencher Art
Gown by: Firefly Path
Stylist & Hair by: Daisy Jane Turner
Makeup by: Ian Hencher
Skin retouching: Solstice Retouch

Featured in Faerie Magazine 

There’s a lamp that generates 8 hours of light using only 1 glass of saltwater. The SALt (Sustainable Alternative Lighting) Lamp was designed to bring clean, safe, low-cost illumination to residents of the Philippines by conserving energy, reducing the risk of accidental candle fires, and utilizing an abundant resource for power. Source Source 2

Look. I’m not saying it’s micro gems………………….

but it’s totally micro gems.

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【Genie in the lamp】〜  ​✂︎背伸び君

Guy: Ahhh!

Genie: I will grant up to three wishes for you.

Guy: Please go back into the lamp.

Genie: You’re an original one.