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LOOK I EVEN MADE A SPEEDPAINT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZLHx2U7nA

So i had this little sketch that looked really cool so I thought to make something of it, and maybe record a thing again for once. I’m really proud of how this came out so I’m happy I did what I did. 

I probably could have gotten more detail in there but I was doing this late Monday night with school the next morning. The detail on the face is really what I wanted anyway.

Why can’t I do things like this all the time like for real now. 

Wilt Chamberlain dunks over Bill Russell during Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Division Finals between the 76ers and Celtics on April 11, 1967 at Convention Hall in Philadelphia. “Wilt the Stilt,” aka “The Big Dipper,” was a four-time MVP and 13-time All-Star who remains the all-time leader in rebounds. He was born on Aug. 21, 1936. (Neil Leifer for SI)

GALLERY: Rare Photos of Wilt Chamberlain

Fact: The Big Dipper is not a constellation, it is an asterism 

Many people consider the big dipper to be a constellation but, in fact, it is an asterism. An asterism is a pattern of stars in the sky which is not one of the official 88 constellations; they are also composed of stars which are not physically related to each other and can be vast distances apart. An asterism can be composed of stars from one or more constellations – in the case of the Big Dipper, it is composed entirely of the seven brightest stars in the Ursa Major (Great Bear) constellation.