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How to Choose Film for Crafting Scrapbooks
2008-05-07 17:34:00
Pictures make up scrapbooks, since the photos is what delivers a story. Of course, you need journals, lettering, titles, captions, dates, names, etc, yet the photos will make up your book. To create photos for scrapbooks it is wise to choose the proper film speed. Film as on its label the marks ISO and ASA. If the ASA mark has a high number behind it, the quality of film is good in particular settings only. For instance, if you were taking pictures outdoors where the sun is reflecting brilliant light, you would likely use the ASA 64 to 125 films to avoid sunlight exposure that affects your film. If the light is low, you would use ASA 400 to 800. If you are capturing movement, use the film with faster speed. The downside however, using this film you may pick up grit and the specific details may be lost. You could use slower speed to pick up the details, yet the film will not do well when picking up motion. Therefore, you need recourse. Medium film speed is in the range of 64 to 125. ...
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Buying Surrealism Paintings
2008-05-01 11:55:00
Surrealists were a group of painters and artists that drew a large amount of inspiration from the potent impact from dreams.  In the beginning, before this artistic movement was fully embraced, many civilized people questioned the value of these works of art.  Though considered some of the more recent ground-breaking artwork yet to date by drawing on the psychoanalytic work of Freud and Jung, the Surrealist movement has not lost any of its’ prior affect on many a budding artist today, and influence from this art can be found in many of the works produced by the fresh artists of today. Surrealism started as an outgrowth from another movement in the art world between the first and second World Wars.  The movement that was later called Dada, and was most popular before the occurrence of WWI; many works of “anti-art” were produced as a reaction to the growing restrictions of the social world around at the time.  Where Dada’s artwork was produced to deliberately defy the boun...
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Assembling the Top Craft
2008-04-21 17:49:00
Wall hangers are easy to create. The minute size quilts once created will make a nice gift and/or decoration for your home. Once you have your parts together, as well as have your tools you can get started making a wall hanger. If you are new to quilting, do not worry since the hanger we are making is one of the easier groups of craft to create. Do not forget to get your rotary cutters on hand, since throughout your quilting project you will need to cut ¼-inch allowances for your seams. Now, assuming you have your green, tan, blue, yellow, and peach print in order we can get started making your top section of the quilt. Briefly, I will go over the sections to help you prepare. You should have two, 2 ½ x 19 ½ inches of upper and lower borders in the green prints. You should have another two borders in green at the size of 2 ½ x 27 ½ inches. You should have the value of 36 for your D Square and the size at 1 ½ x 1 ½ inches. Tan print has six parts, i.e. A-strip, B piece, C-Stri...
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Buying Romanticism Paintings
2008-04-14 16:07:00
Though sometimes referred to as the “anti-classical” movement in art, Romanticism is a style that focuses on the artist’s individualistic and emotionally wrought point of view, and is found to oppose the art movement known as Neoclassicism.  Even though there have been many artists to combine elements of both.  Some of the more renowned names around this movement, which utilized strong emotion to convey meaning, were Francisco de Goya and William Blake respectively.  This particular art form became a reaction to the outgrowth of reason by homing in on imagination and feeling. It is not difficult to see the value in the paintings by these artists, and there have been many examples of how other artists have influenced one another over time.  As the whole category of Romanticism refers more to the trends of artists, poets, and philosophers of the late 18th and early 19th centuries than as much to an artistic movement.  Though one has definitely influenced the other and vice ...
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Grandma Craft Tips: How To Understand Crochet Basics
2008-04-11 16:07:00
To get started we can begin with crochet abbreviations to help you relate to the process. Crochet experts use the terms beg (Beginning) bet (Between), bk lp (Back loop) ch (chain), ch-(previous chain), cont (Continue), dc (double crochet), dec (decreasing), dtr (double/triple crochet), ft lp (Front loop), hdc (half-double crochet), inc (Increasing), lp (loops), and so on. Those who crochet must learn how to handle the hook, work jointly, chain stitch, slip knot, and crochet a single row. How to hook: To hold your hook you would start with a pencil. The hook may have a resting finger, which you can locate your thumbs to gain control. How to work in union: Once you have a hold on your hook, weave the thread/yarn so that your, left fingers have control, and can be used to apply pressure. Once you begin your project (Work), you want to use your thumb and the center left finger to press the stitches. How to slip knot: You want to form a shape-like pretzel by looping your yarn about, allo...
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Purchasing Impressionist Cityscapes
2008-04-10 17:47:00
I have been looking for impressionist cityscapes in various mediums to decorate my home.  I prefer to hang art that was created in the last fifteen years.  There are so many great artists to choose from. I have decided that I want to have three impressionist cityscapes painted in acrylic.  I will be purchasing one called Stormy Desert that was painted by an artist named JoanAnn.  The piece is painted on a 40” X 30” canvas and has flowering cactus plants in the foreground. The next impressionist cityscape painting I plan to buy is called Tuscan Waterfall.  The piece is a triptych and is on three gallery wrapped canvases.  The artist lives in Tennessee and supports herself with her art. The last acrylic impressionist cityscape that I plan to buy is called Autumn Dream.  Autumn is my favorite time of year and the painting captures every color of autumn.  The artist painted the sides, so there is no need to have it framed.  I can’t wait to see this hanging in my home. I h...
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The Craft in Borders and Blocks
2008-04-08 17:32:00
Once you  choose your patterns, templates, blocks, etc, you will need to get ready your fabric. You will need to consider how to organize your blocks, once you gather the necessary amount needed to complete your project. You want to consider your borders as well. You will need graph paper, since you will need to sketch in order to determine how many blocks you will need to complete your quilt. To get started you will also need to decide the size of quilt you want to create and then you can consider settings. To set your blocks, or organize the blocks you can consider borders, sashing, and cornerstones. The diagonal settings are another style you can consider, as well as the straight set. Sashing works in the same way as the straight sets, i.e. you merely block your settings against the other and in an organized line. After you will run horizontal and vertical lines, which makes up your 9-patch scheme. The blocks in this instance are interacting with the stitches in three lines and ...
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Modern Oil Paintings
2008-04-07 02:11:00
I have been buying modern oil paintings for a show in my gallery.  I have found many nice pieces.  I found a painting called Village in winter in a private collection in Illinois.  The artist was Fern Isabel Coppedge and she was an American.  I liked the piece because of the snowy scene.  It reminded me of my childhood. While on a buying trip, I found Clouds Over Buckingham.  This was a really nice modern oil painting that was in a private collection in Pennsylvania.  I have seen work by this artist before and it always resells very well. Buying modern oil paintings has taken me to various places across the United States.  I especially liked Main Line, Pennsylvania.  That is where I acquired Leaning Silo.  The artist of Leaning Silo was Arthur Meltzer.  I had been previously unfamiliar with him. I enjoyed my trip to Long Island City.  I was buying modern oil paintings and found one from a French artist named Georges Antoine Rochegrosse that I really liked.  This paintin...
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Buying Gothic Art Paintings
2008-03-31 20:29:00
Some of the most valuable early artwork comes from a point of time before the Renaissance had begun, and going on through the early Middle Ages, referred to as the period of Gothic art.  During this particular time in history, the artwork took on telling narrative stories through pictures, and much of these pieces were Christian and secular in nature.  Some of the earliest examples of Gothic art are sculptures found on cathedral and abbey walls, and the first real form of Gothic artwork began as architectural works in fact, even becoming the subject matter for many stained glass windows at the time. The style of painting that further defined Gothic art wasn’t produced until nearly fifty years after Gothic architecture and sculptures, and even though the break between Romanesque artwork and the Gothic styles has remained imprecise at best, the beginnings of Gothic artwork seems to occur in various areas at different but related intervals.  The artwork began in England and France...
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Copywriting Jobs
2008-03-30 15:08:00
There are a great deal of copywriting jobs out there today.  Within this article today, we will look at the future of copywriting jobs as well as where you can find more information. The number of copywriting job is enormous. As of February 10, 2007, if you did a keyword search of “copywriting”, there were 509 open jobs. This is only a small part of the market and you could find many other copywriting jobs on other websites as well. With the evolution of the Internet, there are more and more jobs available to write good web content among other things on the Internet.  Often many copywriting jobs can be found where you will find a plethora of advertising agencies and a good example of this would be in New York.  Within your area, there will be a good number of smaller marketing agencies where you may be able to find work as a copywriter.  The number of opportunities for a copywriter is very high and this is a great feel to work in. Copywriting salaries usually range f...
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Children’s Art Paintings
2008-03-28 21:52:00
Children’s art paintings are fun to look at.  They bring me good feelings.  I have had a lot of jobs the last couple of years buying children’s art to hang in various places.  I have enjoyed every single job. I bought two children’s art posters for the children’s hospital to hang in one of their waiting area.  They were both from Maurice Sendak’s book Where the Wild Things Are.  I loved that book when I was a kid and this art brought back some good memories. I found a Jim Daly children’s art print to frame and put in the physical therapy lounge at a local rehabilitation center.  They wanted to put together a friendly feeling place that would help keep kids entertained.  I put the painting where parents can read. I was asked to hang children’s art along a long hallway in a home I was decorating.  I thought that this was an odd request because there weren’t any kids living there and the home had a very stark and cold feel to it.  It was definitely the minimali...
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Purchasing Watercolor Paintings
2008-03-27 20:02:00
I’ve been purchasing watercolor paintings for decorating jobs.  I’ve found some really nice pieces on eBay.  I recently bought a watercolor painting by an artist named Y. Gianni.  The painting was produced in 1890 and depicted an Italian village.  It was very vivid and pleasing to look at. I was trying to find just the right watercolor painting for a client when I came across one by an artist named William B. Gillette.  The colors were pastel, ranging from soft greens, browns, blues, purples and peach.  The scene was that of a pebble beach and crashing waves.  The hills on one side gave the beach a feeling of privacy.  It really spoke to me and my client loved it. There was a cabin that I was decorating for a discerning client that needed one more piece of art to complete the look I was going for.  I found a wonderful watercolor painting that fit just right.  It had a lot of mossy green colors and there was a lake with a lake house.  The artist turned out to be Charle...
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Mixed Media Art Auctions
2008-03-26 23:29:00
Mixed media art auctions have a lot to offer. Today I found several seriolithographs. I liked the colors that the Polish artist Zamy Steynovitz used. The fun part of mixed media art auctions is that you just never know what you’ll find. I found a pebble art piece from the 1960’s that featured a bare-chested chariot driver cracking a whip. The piece also had three horses. The medium of pebbles was very interesting. Another interesting find while I was looking through mixed media art auctions was a mirrored wall hanging that represents the Manhattan skyline. This piece was made before the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings and they are represented in the piece. Sometimes the medium used in mixed media art is the same as other categories of art. I found a nice acrylic painting in a mixed media art auction that was unusual because of its subject. The artist painted a red sea dragon with a lovely woman. I learned that the artist was influenced by Salvador Dali, ...
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Purchasing Folk Art Paintings
2008-03-21 06:09:00
Purchasing folk art paintings has become a passion of mine.  I’ve been looking for them everywhere it seems.  I found a bunch of folk art paintings recently and I am having trouble deciding which one to buy. There was a folk art painting by Rev. Howard Finster that is titled Howard in 1944.  This is an all enamel folk art painting that was painted in 1988.  The smile on this portrait is very engaging and makes me smile just as big. I am also really taken by a folk art painting that was painted by painter Bill Dodge in Oct 1962.  The title of the painting is First Trolley To Van Nuys.  The painting is on board and depicts the center of town with all the people in town.  They are in the windows and on the street.  The town market, bakery, Hotel Van Nuys, an ice cream parlor and the Wing Lee Laundry are all depicted in vibrant color.  The women in the foreground are against the Trolley and their signs say “Ban the Monster” and “Keep Van Nuys rural”. T...
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The Hallucinations of Hieronymus Bosch
2008-03-12 12:12:00
Hellish Hallucinations Hieronymus Bosch was inspired by literary works such as “The Ship of Fools” and the writings and sermons of monks. He could possibly have been influenced by religious ideas but at the same time one can argue that his religious themes were often sacrilegious. It is difficult for art historians to judge his unique art as religious or not. It is difficult to make heads or tails of much of his work, as it was very different from the contemporaries of his time, and its feverish visions of hell and otherworldly beings have not been matched to this day. Religious or not, much of his work tends to have moral messages. His “Hay Wain” is based on the Flemish proverb “All the world s a mountain or hay, and everyone grabs as much as they can.” The mountain of hay symbolizes man s greed, and is dragged along on a path to hell by half-human monstrosities. Everyone from the paupers to the Pope take part in this human procession, mad with w...
Britney Spears The Early Years
2008-03-11 12:08:00
This mega Super Star just finished an unbelievably chaotic year for someone so young and someone that showed so much talented potential so early in her life. Right now, you cannot pick up a newspaper, turn on your TV or check out your Internet browser s home page without seeing photos of her latest slide into some dark oblivion of her own making. Britney was born in McComb, Mississippi, on December 2, 1981 and was raised in Kentwood, Louisiana. Her parents are Lynne and James Spears . Her mother was an elementary school teacher and her father is a building contractor. She has a brother, Bryan, and a sister, Jamie. She attended gymnastics classes until she was nine years old, competing in gymnastic competitions at the state level. She joined the choir at her Baptist church and performed in dance revues…normal activities for a pretty and talented young girl in the south at that time. When she was eight years old, she auditioned for The New Mickey Mouse Club, on the Disney Channe...
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Drawing With The Help of Visualization
2008-03-09 11:00:00
Most pieces of artwork start with an outline drawing whether you are going to do a watercolor painting, portrait, pet portrait, landscape or seascape. Outline drawings are used as an effective tool to start simple sketching, cartooning, can be used for the beginning stages of a detailed realistic drawing for a fine art piece . There are several ways to start an outline drawing, you can free hand the drawing or use a grid if you are confident to free hand. Whether you are free handing a drawing or using a grid you have to see the whole picture of what you want to draw. The best way to see the whole picture is to visualize what you want to draw. With visualization you start to train your eyes to see what is really there, not just what you think is there. You see, feel and understand the whole package of what you are drawing. The question you have to ask yourself is do you want a flat one-dimensional drawing or would you rather have a drawing that portrays curves, texture, and feelin...
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Useful Tips for Selling Art Online
2008-03-06 18:57:00
There are many things that are the same as selling offline. But many are different. Unlike the offline world, a potential buyer does not get to see your work in person. They do not see you in person. But that doesn t mean that selling art online is harder. In some ways it is easier. This is a very broad subject to cover in one sitting. But if you remember to use the following tips you are guaranteed a leg up. Be completely honest about the work that you are presenting for online sales. An art purchase is a very emotional buy. It is almost at the same level as buying a house or a car. Of course the potential buyer has to feel an emotional attachment to the piece if they are going to purchase it- this is not the place to create that. If a buyer is emotionally attached enough to the piece to buy it and then receives something that was not exactly as expected- your buyer will be unhappy and probably ask for their money back. If not I guarantee they will not be buying any additional art ...
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The Ideal Audio Book Player - Individual Suitability
2008-03-04 15:50:00
So you have got the bug and have fallen in love with listening to audio books. Aren t they just brilliant as you can listen to them absolutely anywhere, at home, while doing your gym workout and on the way to and from work. Anyway now that you have become an audio book disciple the main problem you have to address is what type and style of player suits your particular lifestyle and budget. If you intend to spend most of your listening time in the comfort of your own home then you could quite easily use the CD player in your sound system. If you want to listen to audio books while you are driving in your car then you would be best off using the in-car CD player. Some audio book devotees still hold on to old technology and prefer to listen to their chosen books on the old fashioned cassette player although these days getting quality audio book recordings on this medium is becoming much harder. There is much debate about which is the best medium for listening to your audio books, howev...
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Advertising Slogan Quiz
2008-03-03 15:50:00
See how many companies you know based on their slogans. Answers and scoring are at the bottom. 1. How do you spell relief? 2. Gather round the good stuff. 3. Plop, plop fizz, fizz oh, what a relief it is. 4. Strong enough for a man but made for a woman. 5. Finger lickin good. 6. The ultimate driving machine. 7. When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight. 8. Because I m worth it. 9. Let your fingers do the walking. 10. Reach out and touch someone. 11. It s everywhere you want to be. 12.The quicker picker-upper. 13. Have it your way. 14. They re magically delicious. 15. You re soaking in it. 16. Nothin says lovin like something from the oven. 17. Once you pop, you can t stop. 18. Where s the cream filling? 19. Sometimes you feel like a nut sometimes you don t. 20. We re number two we try harder. 21. Head for the mountains. 22. Something more than a soft drink. 23. Celebrate the moments of your life. 24. The night-time sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, stuffy hea...
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Those Hopeless Romantics
2008-03-01 02:50:00
The Romantics who wrote poetry in England elevated romantic love above all else. Today s pop culture and music seems to be obsessed with romantic love and all the artists and American society have yet to abandon the influence of Lord Byron and the Romantics who believed that Romantic love was all that really mattered. People throughout the centuries have been marrying for many different reasons. Sometimes, if you were a noble person in medieval or renaissance Europe you would be married in an arranged marriage for either peace treaties or alliances. No one throughout history ever waited for marriage and even in medieval Europe, which was the most religious time period the world has ever seen a form of common law marriage was widely practiced and accepted. A man and a woman would simply promise themselves to each other and the village would agree that they were married. A problem developed however, when guys being guys would simply tell a woman whatever she wanted to hear to sle...
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Primitive Art Scandal in Orange County, California
2008-02-27 17:24:00
It was 1993. This author was enrolled in Art and Anthropology, an upper division general education course at California State University, Long Beach. One of the assignments was to visit an art museum, and lo-and-behold, right there on the approved museum list, was Bowers Museum. The facts that I grew up in Orange County just a few miles from it and knew all those years that it was a museum of California history made a return visit compelling. The Bowers did not disappoint and offered a deep collection of primitive art. It continues to offer visitors a fine selection of primitive art from North America and Oceania and stands out as the premier place in Orange County to enjoy such works. Normally when people think of Orange County and art, they think of Laguna Beach. Laguna remains an art colony and an excellent place to find interesting artworks, but when it comes to primitive art, locals find themselves best served by Bowers Museum. The museum s change in focus came about in the ear...
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How To Letter Your Cartoons
2008-02-26 16:43:00
The usual term for the spaces in which spoken words are contained in cartoons is a “balloon”. This is so called whatever the actual shape of the space. Letter ing in a cartoon is an important feature, and it is well worth studying a few simple rules to make your cartoons look professional and easy to read. Firstly your letters should be very plain and simple. Compare them to the use of Arial or Helvetica typestyles in printing, or on the web. These two styles are among the most popular because of their plain, non fussy style, and are pretty easy to read in most sizes. So, avoid fancy flourishes and curlicues, and capital letters should be the rule rather than the exception. You do not need much space between your letters in a balloon, but on the other hand do not crowd your letters and words. Make all your letters vertical, and avoid mixing slanting (italic) letters with vertical. For the sake of neatness do not attempt to letter without first drawing some faint parallel ...
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Creating Cute Art
2008-02-25 14:47:00
Creating cute works of art can be a very difficult goal because the creation of cute art is attempt to create specific emotional reactions, which requires solid draftsmanship, and a real understanding of what is cute. Generally we all know what s cute when we see it, however this does not mean that we have understanding of what makes something cute. Ham Luske one of the nine old men of Disney showed the other Disney artists as they strove for realism that cute is often made easier through simplicity, by having less lines, less external anatomy one would have an easier time of drawing a cute picture. Cute in this case is a reduction and a rounding of what is normally seen. For Ham Luske also pointed to the rounding of forms as a means of reducing lines and creating cuter pictures, this is what Fred Moore did in order to perfect many of Disney s cute characters including Mickey. Indeed if you examine many of the greatest creators of cute art you will notice that the forms of their cha...
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Gabriel de Saint-Aubin - Paintings and Drawing
2008-02-24 11:28:00
Now at the Louvre in Paris for the first time in 80 years, audiences can view the entire collection of Gabriel de Saint -Aubin. Gabriel de Saint-Aubin was a French artist and painter who lived from 1724 to 1780 during the reign of King Louis XV. His masterful reflections of society in the 1700s can be viewed from February 21 to May 26, 2008. Gabriel de Saint-Aubin s passion was the common man and the activities that shaped the lives of people in the 1700s. His subject matter wasn t the regal throne rooms of the King, or the flowery conceptions of nobility that became so prevalent during the 1700s. Instead, it was the everyman of the day and the bustling marketplaces of Paris. His subjects were crowds and social interactions that tied people together in an intimate dance of 1700s Parisian culture. Like so many artists before him, de Saint-Aubin s subject matter reflected his own lifestyle. He was never considered a successful artist in the 1700s he wasn t even a full-time painter. He ...
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A Poem and a Poem - Abu Laith al-Libi and Obama vs Hillary
2008-02-23 08:46:00
Abu Laith al-Libi Poetic Epitaph Saddam s been waiting I hear, down there down younger in the netherworld, waiting for you Abu Laith, planning a big bash, with lots of whores, booze and cash. They say you worked hard for Allah, up here, on earth, killing and robbing, rapping and all sorts of nasty things… things that would make a persons ears ring, all in the name of Allah! Now it s simply, a gravy train, all you got to do, is find Allah, before the devil-for it seems to me, He s also been waiting for you. #2201 1-31-2008 Obama vs. Hillary And EK? Obama, is somehow in a high because Sen. Edward Kennedy has put his arm around his shoulder, as if he was an Uncle Tom. I do not know Obama that well, as far as a political person, or his views, but I do know Edward, and I d not allow his hands over my shoulder when the camera was looking, Edward is what I would call, a cold blooded scavenger. Remember the book, “Dark Waters,” by Joyce Otis… here is a guy ...
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Purchaseing Abstract Paintings
2008-02-21 15:17:00
Purchaseing and collecting abstract painting can be a labor of love.  I love abstract paintings.  I think that my favorite medium is gouache.  I recently purchased a work from Oscar Bluemner.  The person I bought the abstract painting from had it in storage for over twenty years.  I am going to hang this piece in my office. I found an oil abstract painting that was dated 1947 that was painted by Louis Bassi Siegriest.  I liked the composition, it felt oddly soothing.  The artist signed the back of the painting.  It was a little out of my price range, but I bought it anyway. Trade Winds is the name of an abstract painting I bought from the artist Joanne Riddle while I was in Connecticut.  The piece was huge and I had to have it sent by freight to my home.  The blue in the painting was so vivid.  The whole composition was absolutely inspired. I bought an abstract painting for my sister-in-law last year.  The artist of the piece was Leonardo Nierman and the medium he used w...
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Video Lighting Secrets For Low Budgets
2008-02-18 19:59:00
The difference between something that is well lit and something that isn t can be the difference between a video that s great and one that s totally pants. When I shoot wedding videos in LA, I often have to accept whats given to me in the environment, but this does not mean I should accept bad results. Lighting A Scene Guerrilla videographers are very adept at low budget lighting. So how do we light a scene? My advice, keep it simple. DV needs as much light as any other video format if you are lighting an image correctly. The rule of thumb is that you start out with a 1 stop, higher wattage key light source, than you think you need, so that by time it is diffused, you still have enough light to shoot at a decent f-stop with. Every time you add a layer of heavy diffusion to a light, you will lose about a stop of exposure. So you will need to have enough light to begin with before you can diffuse it. The advantage of this light is that the bulbs throw a soft, gentle light . Reflectors...
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Going Backwards in Cryptic Crosswords
2008-02-17 15:48:00
There will be plenty of times in doing cryptic crosswords when you think you re going backwards, especially when you re a beginner, but that s not the sort of going backwards I m going to talk about here. Mind you if you pick up on what I ll try to get across, it should help you stop such a slide. In most cryptic crossword clues there are three sorts of words: ANSWER words which give an indication of the answer the setter is looking for CLUE words which are words used to obtain the answer INDICATOR words that give an indication of how you should use the CLUE words to get the ANSWER As a quick refresher let s look at how this all works before we get into the going backwards stuff RE-CAP EXAMPLE: “Diane s business has a small part in this unwelcome change (13)” The word this falls into the category of an INDICATOR word because it s nearly always a dead giveaway when it comes to finding ANSWER words - they usually follow immediately after it, so in this case we re loo...
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The Psychology of Color and Selling Art Online
2008-02-16 11:40:00
As an artist the use of color is likely to be a strong element in your art. You cannot overlook the fact that color on your web site is just as important. Your art sales may depend on it. We only have a short amount of time, before a decision on whether or not we are professionals will be made. The first instant we have at presenting our art for potential art buyers is our web page. First impressions are very important. We must make the best of them because we are only allowed one. Remember this is your store front, and you must treat it respectfully. While good art, customer service, and a high subscriber list, are important to selling art online. Good web page design is just as important. It is just as important as the color choices used in each of your finished art works. It is a good part of the reason why art buyers will bother to look at your art work at all. Regardless of how incredible your art may be, you need to welcome buyers and make them feel at home, while they are the...
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