Pack contains 12 images:
7 x uber large (ie minimum 1600x1200)
2 x 1024x768
3 x 800x600
Also, this just in: 's are love. Really, really!
Before I get lynched, I'd like for it to be noted that NOT ALL THE STOCK IN THE PACK IS MY OWN PHOTOGRAPHY. Some is, and I have the rights for non-commercial usage on the others. I've included these in the pack as per request of others.
So, please read the txt file included and respect the rules. Gracias.
PS, I know I've been awol for a while, RL is attempting to eat me! I shall be back with more goodies soon, promise
De verdad que son... Bastantes.__. *SegunYo* Cuando mi compu se decompuso (he dicho esto mas de 10 veces:d) no perdi los estilos porque los tenia guardados en una memoria USB :33 -No los queria subir mucho por eso de los 'creditos' porque la verdad no tengo idea de a quien pertenece cada uno y se me hace feo que nadie sepa quien los creo (porque a esas personas les cuesta trabajo hacerlos) xd Lo que pasa es que me los he descargado de packs, videos de youtube y luego hacen tutoriales y ahi los comparten; Asi que creditos a sus respectivos autores<3
When people talk about fungi itís usually in the context of a tasty dish, or that fuzzy brown thing on your peach, but rarely ever are fungi referred to as deft, vicious killers. What you say? Killers? Well, fungal pathogens have long preyed on insects, claiming millions of victims yearly and all over the world. An array of pathogenic fungal genera can infect a broad range of insects [and spiders! --Ed.]. Once an insect has been exposed to spores, the developing fungus may induce behavioral responses in its host. These behavioral responses may result in improved spore dispersal and fungal fitness. But behavioral responses may also be defensive, ultimately benefiting the host. One of these responses is behavioral fever, in which insects raise their body temperature as a means of literally toasting a fungal invader.
This is the tutorial i promised lol. Sorry about bad spelling, but i was in a hurry./ hope this helps people with there bent o's. This has no need to use onigiri makers instead it harnesses the power of cookie cutters. For those like me who cant get that sorta equipment here in Australia. not to mention egg moulds (i so baddly want one lol)...
So enjoy and have fun!!!
oh and btw, all these pics are home taken while i was making my lunch. You can even see it in the background. Its bento 10... 8, 9 maybe lol. Lost count but still. DO ENJOY