This intense smoky eye is suitable for a night out with girls, date night, Prom or any other evening event.
I’ve used Peach as my accent colour, but you can change it up to suit the colour of your outfit.
Just use the same principle whereby you blend a lighter transition shade (in your chosen colour scheme) through the socket, and build it up using deeper versions of that colour until you’re ready add in Charcoal / Black at the very outer edge for dimension.
All the products used have been linked in the description bar - please note that the Sweet Peach Palette is currently sold out online but should be back soon.
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P. Craig Russell’s work is almost too pretty to make a successful Lovecraft adaptation. To be fair, he does a good job with trying to make with the unspeakable horrors from the outer dimensions, but they’re just a little too symmetrical to be unspeakable. I mean that big one in the upper left of the last panel kind of looks like a tick. And is that a cockroach next to it?
(Heavy Metal issue #150, May 1994 - Page 51 From Beyond by Russell)
In its vision of the future, Star Trek pushed the principles of equality a little further forward. In Star Trek equality is kinetic, quick, and real. It is not equal opportunity, but equal reality. It means that everyone’s stomach is full, not potentially full, and that everyone’s home is a decent place to live. It has a lot to do with the verb to be. Or as Gene remarked in several of his speeches, “We are on a journey to keep an appointment with whatever we are.”
Equality means, in Star Trek, that there is no equal pay for equal work – there is no pay for any work, because one works for the love of it and no other reason. Everyone’s real job, according to Star Trek, is to explore what it means to be human; to refuse to accept what we perceive as the limits of the human mind, to ignore them; to traverse every possible dimension of outer space and find out what’s out there; and to travel every possible level of intradimensional mind space and find out what’s in there.
Yvonne Fern, “Gene Roddenberry The Last Conversation” page 15.
What an outstanding quote, summing up Star Trek so neatly in a couple of paragraphs. So many have tried to talk about Star Trek without acknowledging this, or with trying to shoehorn it into a different form, but if you try to square this circle then you diminish the Star Trek stories you tell as a result.
“It is not equal opportunity, but equal reality.”
Just think about the implications of that for a moment.
A list of things that canonically exist/have happened in the Yu-Gi-Oh universe(spanning all the series). On the supernatural/paranormal side of things.
-Ghosts. Not talking about the ancient spirits from DM, but honest to goodness ghosts.
-Aliens, both from outer space and other dimensions
-Time travel, on several occasions.
-Magic. A hella ton of magic of various kinds.
-Psychic abilities, which can include giving holograms a very tangible forms/summoning actual monsters to simply willing things to happen with their minds.
-People who can see the spirit forms of duel monsters
-Other dimensions(including ones where duel monsters are flesh and blood creatures)
-Actual gods, including Egyptian, Aztec and Norse.
edit: Not Aztec but Nazcan, as I have been informed(cause Nazca lies, even though I think those gods were all made up for 5D’s). My bad, they called Crimson Dragon ’Quetzalcoatl’ in one episode, which IS an Aztec god, even though it had ties to the Nazca lines. *shrugs*
PEREGRINATE ENDLESS HYBORIAN PLAINS, ALL COVERED DEEP IN STYGIAN MISTS, A MILLION UNHOLY THINGS THAT ARE NOT REAL AND CAN’T EXIST.
I WANDER THE ENDLESS OUTER REALMS, IN SOME SINISTER URGE I CAN’T RESIST.
EVIIL HAUNTER OF THE STARS, FOLLWING ME, ALL THE WAY TO MARS. NAKED FEAR HAS LEFT MY SOUL FULL OF PAINFUL SCARS.
ANOTHER DREAM-QUEST TO THE UNKNOWN WORLD, EACH AND EVERY NIGHT, WESTERN LANDS CALLING ME WITH ALL THEIR MIGHT.
SO I HAVE TO TRAVEL FURTHER ON, STARRY, SHINING WONDERS ALL ALONG.
(FOR H. P. LOVECRAFT, ROBERT E: HOWARD AND A NOTE TO UNCLE BILL.)