What is a flotation tank?
500 kg of Epsom salts are added to 1000 litres of water, creating a 30 cm deep solution, which is heated to 35.5 degrees C (skin temperature).
The temperature of the water means that once you are settled in the tank, it is virtually impossible to distinguish between parts of the body that are in contact with the water, and those that aren’t, in effect “fooling” the brain into believing that the person is floating in mid-air.
One of my NEW comics, Swallow, is now up on Jetplastic.net.
You can also read it on my website - RED MUSEUM
Be sure to bookmark Jetplastic for more comics from other cool artists and an upcoming interview with me.
Another new comic, What We Do, will be posted up next week!
Check out Ramiro’s new comic! So proud. :)
Note: It’s mildly nsfw. You see a flat-chested girl’s boobs and there’s an orgy (but you can’t see anyone’s bits). Also gross horror stuff. Maybe read it at a time when your mom isn’t hovering around behind you.
Done. Many pens gave their lives to complete this comic.
From what I hear, he won’t be able to post the actual/final comic for quite some time… But it was too cool not to share. Looks pretty neat, huh?
all dat ink tho
the amount of people in the fgc that don’t know how to use consoles is surreal.
That dream was intense and made no sense.
This beautiful micrograph shows crystals of dopamine - the chemical released when we do naturally rewarding things like eating and procreating. Dopamine also affects brain processes involved in controlling movement, mood and memory.
Spike Walker, last night’s winner of the Royal Photographic Society's Combined Royal Colleges Medal, produced this image by passing polarised light through dopamine crystals. How the crystals refract the light varies depending on their orientation within the sample, causing them to reflect light at different wavelengths. Using this technique highlights more detail in the crystal structure than regular observation through a microscope.
(Image: Spike Walker/Wellcome Images)