艦上攻撃機搭乗員は特に艦型識別訓練が重視された。それは、索敵機として飛ぶ場合に対応 するためである。米軍の航空母艦は艦橋が比較的大きい。だから遠距離では戦艦や巡洋艦と 見間違えることもある。これ以外に、雷撃において艦の種類ば重要である。雷撃は艦の速力 と艦の全長を基準に照準する(雷撃の理論と訓練を参照)。だから、重点的訓練項目であった。
引風の薬等5種 絵師不明 西垣武一 旧蔵 年代不詳
"かぜくすり 引風の薬 諸病大ねつさまし 六神丸 はらいたみニよし 熊膽圓 くだりはら一切ニよし はら薬 大人小児ねつさまし 萬病感應丸 富山市梅澤町 本舗 株式會社 廣貫堂"
かぜ薬等6種 絵師不明 西垣武一 旧蔵 年代不詳
"かぜ藥 トンプク はら藥 六神丸 救命丸 セメン圓 有効製剤本舗"
Though he shot it 10 years ago, Phillip Toledano’s 2004 photography series “Hope & Fear” still rings true a decade later as a diagnosis of our collective fears in 21st-century America. While the artist’s recent work, though highly stylized, is mostly documentary, “Hope & Fear” presents a nightmarish fantasy though its elaborate costuming and staging. In each surreal portrait, the sitter becomes subsumed in a substance or object that represents a specific societal problem or common anxiety taken to the extreme.
In one piece where a slender woman is covered in a sort of cloak made of life-like breasts, Toledano invites us to think of the ways female bodies are hyper-sexualized by the media. In another piece, a woman peeks out from beneath a burqa made from paper McDonald’s bags — a piece that could either be interpreted as commentary on the ever-presence of consumerism, right-wing mistrust of Islam or perhaps neither or both. Toledano insists all the costuming for this series was built in real life, no Photoshop tricks involved. Though his photography is highly suggestive, it’s open-ended enough to be interpreted differently by each viewer.
Joongwon (Charles) Jeong is a hyperrealist painter from South Korea. A freelance artist and illustrator, Jeong studied Visual Communication Design at the Hongik University of Fine Art & Design in Seoul.
Jeong’s preferred medium is acrylic on canvas which he says is so versatile and its effect ranges from “thick, oil-like texture to watercolour splashes.”
Natural Eye Color Chart
I am beyond T50.
My eye color changes. It would range from D30 to D60 depending whatever they feel like doing. I had one person tell my they could literally witness them changing color as they stared at them. They just kinda do whatever they want.
I think I’m T50? If not darker than that…
im sort of a mix of D40 and C40 idk