someone asked me to do an updated coloring tutorial thing so here! Sorry I don’t rly have a special way of doing things I kinda just wing it a lot and if u ask me in another week I’ll probably be doing it in a different way.. THIS IS JUST HOW I COLOR it is by no means the right way to do things!!
and also bc ppl ask abt how I lineart alot idk why; I don’t actually do lineart, I paint and then I define details with lines which is a kinda lazy way to do things HAHA
Chanyeol's "Don't make money" lyrics (Heize ft. Chanyeol)
Peek-a-boo what is a pretty boy doing in unpretty (rapstar)
Rather than with my face I’m making money with my voice
I’m Exo representing korea
Growing while eating love
I work and make money
When it comes to popularity we are above mnet
I know my position for sure
When women see me they long for me
You will respect me after listening to this rap
I’m sorry Lee Sooman chairman
I will do hip hop today
I will be cursing motherfucker too
The fans will go to Hongkong after listening to this rap (tn: going to hong kong signifies having an orgasm)
My bank account is like a cemetery (tn : his bank account is deep like a cemetery)
0 keeps adding up (tn: In Korean 0 sounds like [영; young] and it is similar to word “영 (or 혼)” which means soul, spirit. So It is a punchline, souls keep increasing in the cemetery = his bank account figure keeps growing.)
Tomorrow to make money I will go to the airport again
Make money make money
I make tens times more than other idols
Heize: Baby don’t make money
Chanyeol: Make money make money make money
Heize: Baby don’t work
Chanyeol: I make ten times more than other idols
Don’t make money x5
Chanyeol: “First, I think we had fun. I
think Heize ssi received me really well and she treated me well too. I’m
proud (of our stage).
I couldn’t imagine this would happen.
As a great fan of the show I have thought of how nice it would be if I
had a chance to go on this stage but now that I was able to stand on it I
felt really nervous. And this stage has a different charm from exo
stages, I enjoyed it a lot.”
Heize: “He is very passionate and he’s a friend who really likes Hip hop.
Let’s burn everything down without any regrets today.
He worked really hard…How do I say.. He wants to break the prejudice?”
Chanyeol trending on search engines:
naver: #5 chanyeol
Daum: #1 Heize, #3 Chanyeol
Instiz: #9 chanyeol
Nate #1 Heize, #3 Chanyeol
Translated by Jina. Special thanks to jeremy_wright_0.
Kings and nobles became increasingly powerful and independent of temple
authority during the course of the Early Dynastic period (2900–2350
B.C.), although the success of a king’s reign was considered to depend
on support from the gods. A striking measure of royal wealth was the
cemetery in the city of Ur, in which sixteen royal tombs were excavated
in the 1920s and 1930s by Sir Leonard Woolley. These tombs consisted of a
vaulted burial chamber for the king or queen, an adjoining pit in which
as many as seventy-four attendants were buried, and a ramp leading into
the grave from the ground.
This delicate chaplet of gold leaves
separated by lapis lazuli and carnelian beads adorned the forehead of
one of the female attendants in the so-called King’s Grave. In addition,
the entombed attendants wore necklaces of gold and lapis lazuli, gold
hair ribbons, and silver hair rings. Since gold, silver, lapis, and
carnelian are not found in Mesopotamia, the presence of these rich
adornments in the royal tomb attests to the wealth of the Early Dynastic
kings as well as to the existence of a complex system of trade that
extended far beyond the Mesopotamian River valley.
This gold diadem was found by Leonard Woolley in one of the simpler graves in the cemetery at Ur. A small wooden coffin containing the badly preserved bones of a very young child lay at the bottom of a shaft. The child was wearing the diadem around its head. Bowls made of silver, copper, calcite and limestone were also found.
Two of the three gold disc ornaments are formed from rings separated by finely bent strips of gold. The same technique is used to form the central rosettes. The other disc consists of four concentric gold rings inlaid with lapis lazuli and carnelian. All appear to have been attached to a chain of sets of four long beads of gold, lapis lazuli and carnelian.
Deposits of metal ore are not found in Mesopotamia itself, but only in the surrounding mountains. Metal was therefore highly prized, with gold among the most precious. Stone is also rare in southern Mesopotamia, with many coloured varieties coming from further east. Lapis lazuli, the exotic blue stone, was mined in Afghanistan.