Absolute Beginners Guide to Acrylic Pouring: Everything You Need to Know to Get Started by Leah SchultzThis beginners guide to acrylic pouring will introduce the supplies needed, the techniques used, and example projects to get you started. The book will cover the basics of selecting and mixing paint, choosing a surface to paint, and how to do various types of pours. Aimed at the true beginner, this book will get you pouring in no time at all.
Acrylics are a great way to express your creativity without spending a lot of money and having to worry about your artistic ability. It is a fun hobby that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities.
The Largest Sea Creature Ever - Size Comparison
Did Scientists Just Unveil the Biggest Dinosaur of All Time?
Forgot Password? There are some real monsters lurking at the bottom of the ocean. It just gives us the willies thinking about giant sharks, giant squids, and giant who-knows-what-elses swimming through those inky depths. At least the biggest animal ever is the gentle blue whale — but too bad a new discovery is challenging its top spot on the list. When it comes to prehistoric marine reptiles, ichthyosaurs are sort of the black sheep of the family. Plesiosaurs are probably the most famous water monsters of their era. Just think "Loch Ness Monster" and you've got an idea of what these strange, long-necked swimmers looked like.
All rights reserved. Blue whales are the largest animals to have ever existed. Learn why they're larger than any land animal and why they were hunted for years.
rise of the guardians movie jack frost
Download our free Chrome extension.
All rights reserved. This illustration shows Shonisaurus , a foot ichthyosaur similar to the newfound creature. The ancient remains of a gigantic marine reptile have been found in southwestern England. Known as an ichthyosaur, the animal lived about million years ago and was up to 85 feet long—almost as big as a blue whale, say the authors of a study describing the fossil published today in PLOS ONE. A prehistoric "sea dragon" described from a museum fossil specimen is the largest known animal of its kind.
Blue whales are the largest animals ever known to exist. Bigger than dinosaurs, bigger than mastodons, a blue whale can reach up to almost feet long and have been weighed at as much as tons. Members of the baleen family of whale, blue whales have a size that feels prehistoric. Now, scientists have developed a new theory of how modern day animals got that big. It has to do with climate change. All baleen whales eat tiny krill, crustaceans found in all the world's oceans.