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The Largest fish that ever lived.
Leedsichthys was a giant fish that would have dwarfed every other animal in the sea, but it was a gentle giant that lived on the tiny shrimps, jellyfish and small fish that make up plankton. It would have swum slowly through the upper waters of the ocean, taking mouthfuls of plankton-rich water and sieving them through the giant mesh-plates at the back of its mouth. Its feeding habits were similar to the modern blue whale, which also survives on nothing but plankton.
Below is a size chart of its size compared to other large sea animals that were very large back then too.
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I wanted to draw Commander K. Shepard and her multitude of tattoos. Mostly the tattoos because of reference reasons.
Background info: Nicknamed Bruiser by James Vega (due to her habit of beating enemies to death and also getting a little too free with the friendly punches when she’s drunk), KShep gets the job done at whatever cost is necessary. As a street rat in a grimy megatropolis on Earth, she got her first tattoo at 14 to prove her dedication to the Tenth Street Reds. At 18, she escaped the gang life and enlisted in the military, getting her first legal tattoo on her other bicep to commemorate becoming an N7 marine. At 23 years old, she was a part of the unit investigating the silent colony of Akuze, and she watched her entire squad get eaten alive by thresher maws. Although she never really gets over it, part of her healing process involved her memorial tattoos: fifty marks down her spine, one for each marine who lost their life that night, and a thresher maw across her shoulders as a reminder of what she’s overcome, and how it’s made her stronger.
Tulip Fields by Simone Sbaraglia
Aerial shots of tulip fields captured near Amsterdam, The Netherlands that resemble the abstract works of painters like Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman and other artists associated with the Color Field movement of the late 1950s and early 1960s.