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Today's Headlines From The News Desk 03-12-2015ArchiveToday’s Headlines From The News DeskMarch 12, 2015:iconeawood: eawood:iconmoonbeam13: Moonbeam13:icontechgnotic: techgnoticTwitterFacebookGoogle+Terry Pratchettby tweenyTerry Pratchett, 1948-2015Beloved fantasy author Sir Terry Pratchett
ProjectPorkchop Vol370:iconfaith303:Silvia is an abstract digital artist from Germany. Her bold and dramatic color palette stands out exquisitely against dark backdrops that echo the vastness of space. She has a talent for creating dimension and her shapes really pop off the page! She has quite an extensive portfolio and you can spend hours browsing her amazing gallery!Suggested by tatasz see more..:icondwellsphotography:Dennis is a professional photographer from the US. His vast gallery contains everything from nature to architecture. His photographs are beautifully lit and the focus is crisp an
Celebrating Diversity HubWelcome to the Celebrating Diversity Hub This is a collection of all the articles that have been posted under this theme.We live in a world full of diversity, every day in real life and every day on dA. And it happens so often that a work of art is "slashed" simply because it is different than others. Because someone sees it and doesn't understand it and doesn't take the time to think about it.People who react like that to art, follow the same thought process, that so many many people follow when it comes to Racism, Sexism, Homophobia: "This is different to me, therefore it must be wrong." You may wonder if that comparison may not be too harsh, but when we open they way for people to condemn what is different in the small things, like in this case Art, we open the path to that thought process taking shape in many more places.Instead of hating on differences, we need to embrace them! Because differences make life so great! We don't want to live in a dull world where everyone think
Questions and AnswersQuestionsI realized the other day that I get quite a few notes with really great questions. Some of the information seemed like it would be useful to others so I figure I would share a handful of them on occasion. The names have been removed and some of the notes have been edited down from the original.Q: Do you agree with quote that talent is 1% and time spent on drawing, and practicing it is 99%?A: It's really hard to quantify something like the percentage of talent vs practice when it comes to the quality of your final drawing. I see talent as something more interwoven into someone's ability rather than a "gift" that automatically makes them have a higher degree of skill. For example, someone may grasp an artistic concept faster than others or they might have a better feel for spatial reasoning but they may struggle with other things like color temperature or brush work.Artwork itself is a multifaceted sk
Short review of most popular semiprecious gemsSHORT REVIEW OF MOST POPULAR SEMIPRECIOUS GEMSHello, it's me again! Today I'd like to show you a little who-is-who in gemstone world. It will be probably most useful for jewelry makers but gems are used in so many artisan crafts that I hope even those of you who don't make jewelry will find the article interesting. So here we go! Since I'd like to stay on topic, today's article will be just about popular stones, not about differences between precious and semiprecious or definitions or tips how not to buy a piece of crap instead of real stone. Maybe I will write about those things in future and if you have any questions or need help with identifying some stones feel free to note me, I'll be happy to help Now let's get those stones rollin' 1. QUARTZQuartz is one of the most popular minerals. It's a base for many other gems, like chalcedony, agate, jasper and others. The name 'quartz' is reserved for macro-crystals of tr
Collection: Blue CollarArchiveBlue Collar:icontechgnotic: techgnotic:iconatleberg: atlebergSeriously…TwitterFacebookGoogle+What does it mean to be “blue collar?”It means that what you sell for a living is your labor and whatever special knowledge and skills you have accumulated facilitate your ability to do a particular job and do it well. It means achieving raises and benefits to help you survive your retirement years.Blue collar means stock market speculation and silver-tongued salesmanship have no place in your life. It means depending upon mostly you