Does the New Godzilla Look Fat to You?

The concept art for the new Godzilla movie is out. For all the awesome sci-fi and movie creature creations around, I just don’t think this is one of them.

This thing looks like it’s had enough Kentucky Fried Chicken to be in a bucket itself with those plump legs and belly!

It could be the poster child for how far the obesity epidemic has spread!

It needs to go on a diet and scale down on the size of cities it eats!

That belly is more frightening than the tiny head on this thing!

What do you think?

godzilla concept art

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XQ Hand Embroidery of Viet Nam

Recently, I was in Da Lat, Viet Nam, where my Paternal relatives wanted to take me to see some embroidery place, as they casually put it. They knew I liked sewing and fashion so they probably thought I could appreciate the embroidery work done by these people.

Well, what I saw completely blew my mind. Even if you don’t like embroidery, this was spectacular work! It was allĀ hand embroidery, with some having millions of stitches!

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RETROPOP Long Tennis Shorts

pop art fabric

I finally got pictures of me taken in these shorts in the post linked here.

What do you do with a strip of fabulous fabric not big enough to make anything from? You frame it! That’s what you do!

I had this stunning strip of fabric (folded under) with pop art on it that I’ve been waiting for the right inspiration to come along to use. Finally, I found it in the form of some long black tennis shorts that has a full side reserved for it, only needing one side seam on the side in which I carry balls during games. Tennis shorts are made with two pockets so the buyer can use either. However, if you’ve ever played tennis, you’d know you only need one pocket on the side of your weak hand since the racquet is constantly in your other hand. Given these are my own designer tennis shorts, I made them with only the one pocket to leave the other side a full panel so I could show art like this without interrupting the image with a seam.

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