Food for thought
Admittedly there’s no known scientific or therapeutic value to the brain image above. It’s not likely to satisfy our hunger for knowledge in, say, the way a tractograph or fMRI might. Instead, it’s just likely to make you hungry – for more.
Feast your eyes on Sara Asnaghi’s similar cerebral takes of the edible brain here.
think about these things when you’re making a fictional place; even a developed city has its roots in how easy it was to settle in the first place!
- this site has additional info, diagrams, worksheets, and models, as well as information on things like coasts, volcanoes, and populations
- look at real life sources for climates. Consider the way that your continent(s) lay in relation to their equator, and the weather and types of flora and fauna and peoples that adapted to it.
- think about pangea. If you have multiple continents, do they fit together like a jigsaw?
- when in doubt, look at the natural world around you and think about what would change if something was drastically different. Look at the reactions between parts of our world and change them.
- play civilization games and think about the things that go into making decisions there
Okay. What Is This?
I keep having this thing happen, using Tumblr on Chrome, when I respond to someone else’s post to comment and reblog, where it will suddenly disappear from the screen and my unfinished post will be neither saved nor posted.
What is that about, is anyone else having this? Does Tumblr not work with Chrome?
Get the XKit 7 Chrome extension, it helps you out with a ton of cool things on tumblr.
Mine is currently broken, sadly. One-click reblog is broken anyway.