En vrai, je regarde les journées passer. Et genre je fais des trucs, mais je sais que ça ne sert à rien. Genre tout le monde s’en fout de ton site monsieur, alors arrête de me casser les couilles avec tes modifs de merde.
Et tout ce que je veux c’est partir en Slovénie voir les ours, alors svp virez-moi de ce stage !
Natural ultramarine, a pigment made from the semi-precious stone lapis lazuli, is notorious for being extraordinarily expensive. However, advances in chemistry allowed the pigment to be analyzed in the early 19th century, and observations were made of similar blue deposits forming in kilns. This led to the offering of a prize in 1824 for the artificial production of the color, which was successfully done a few years later. This new version of the color was a fraction of the price of natural ultramarine, and quickly surpassed the older pigment.
imo a lot of grantaire mischaracterization comes from a simple misunderstanding that grantaire is an extrovert, not an introvert he says he hates people, but he is needy for people 24/7
hugo says he knows every bar and place to eat grantaire could take over all of guy fieri’s TV shows
his self care isn’t staying home, he doesn’t have a sense of self care, find him absolutely shitfaced at that one hole in the wall that’s open past midnight, shoving cake into his mouth and looking for company
Verdigris is a blue-green pigment that has been used since antiquity, whose name derives from an Old French phrase meaning “green of Greece.” Though it was the most vibrant green pigment available for much of history, it had an unstable color prone to changing over time, making it tricky to work with. It ultimately fell out of favor in the 19th century as newer, more stable greens became available.