Next Beyond Human character.
Personality: outgoing, wild, romantic Abilities: unknown
Fighting style: unknown
Fears: being used by the lab again
Not much is know about Hee-Jun. He was raised in the compound. He always hated see how the other experiments were being treated. He sees R-1 as a father figure. He was the only one who knew about Chang being born. He has had a hand in freeing a few of the experiments from the compound. No one knows if he was just a random child brought into the lab, or an experiment. He’s very outgoing and handsy. Women call him the man with the silver tongue or just pervert. He keeps an eye on Chang and his hands on Elly. His motives are unknown as he works both sides.
The Milkmaid, by Johannes Vermeer, 1657-1658 (45.5 x 41 cm)
The painting shows a milkmaid, a woman who milks cows and makes dairy products like butter and cheese, in a plain room carefully pouring milk into a squat earthenware container on a table. Milkmaids obviously began working solely in the stables before large houses hired them to do housework as well rather than hiring out for more staff. Also on the table in front of the milkmaid are various types of bread. She is a young, sturdily built woman wearing a crisp linen cap, a blue apron and work sleeves pushed up from thick forearms. A foot warmer is on the floor behind her, near Delft wall tiles depicting Cupid (to the viewer's left) and a figure with a pole (to the right). Intense light streams from the window on the left side of the canvas.
The woman would have been known as a "kitchen maid" or maid-of-all-work rather than a specialised "milkmaid" at the time the painting was created: "milk maids" were women who milked cows; kitchen maids worked in kitchens. For at least two centuries before the painting was created, milkmaids and kitchen maids had a reputation as being predisposed to love or sex, and this was frequently reflected in Dutch paintings of kitchen and market scenes from Antwerp, Utrecht and Delft. Some of the paintings were slyly suggestive, like The Milkmaid, others more coarsely so.
when I draw, I enter the world of my own.
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Dresscodeguru invade Roma!
Ci vediamo sabato 14 dicembre all'Independent Market, Lungotevere Testaccio 1, a partire dalle 14.
Poster, stampe, magliette, e un sacco di altra roba fica.
Ringrazio @streetartee per la fiducia ed il supporto.
Sarà un'ottima occasione per rivedere gli amici romani e non solo.
“We all have a Krishna within us and now it’s time for HIM to take charge. “ •
Please repost this on your story. •
/Yajnaseni Panchali Draupadi/ ‘CHEERHARAN’
Dushasana drags Draupadi to the court by her hair. Seeing this, Bheem (one of Draupadi’s husbands) pledges to separate his hands from his body, as they touched Draupadi’s hair. Dushasana pushes Draupadi on the floor due to which all her bangles broke into pieces making her wrists bleed. Now in an emotional appeal to the elders present in the court, Draupadi repeatedly questions the legality of the right of Yudhishtira to place her at stake.
Duryodhana orders Dushasana to disrobe Draupadi. Draupadi is scratched all over by Dushasana while undraping her saree. Seeing her husband’s passivity, Draupadi prays to lord Krishna to protect her honour. A miracle occurs henceforward, as the Pandavas and the members of the court look away Dushasana unwraps layers and layers of Draupadi’s saree but it keeps getting extended, everyone looks above in awe and Dushasana eventually stopped due to exhaustion.