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Miles Davis Ballads and Blues full jazz album. Google. Cruce - 'El Blogiante' y el odio a la mujer en Puerto Rico. “No le rompas el corazón, solo tiene uno.

Cruce - 'El Blogiante' y el odio a la mujer en Puerto Rico

Rómpele los huesos, tiene 206”. En este artículo, querido lector, discutiremos los límites del humor, o mejor dicho, del falso humor que busca camuflar el palpable odio que se esconde como colonia de cucarachas en un cuarto oscuro. En este caso Facebook es el cuarto oscuro y las cucarachas son cibernéticas. Pero antes de encender la bombilla y hablar de esta plaga, tenemos que dar un breve recorrido al pasado.

Hace dos años que Yoryie Irizarry escribió un artículo para 80 Grados titulado “¿Puerto Rico odia a las mujeres?” Claro, todo macho bravío cuenta con un talón de Aquiles, y en la vasta mayoría de los casos esta debilidad es la cobardía que esconde disfrazando su veneno como “humor”. Hablemos, entonces, de El Blogiante. Uno podría pensar que "puta" es la palabra favorita del misterioso no-ente que dirige la página anónima de Facebook, conocida como El Blogiante: "Puta" por aquí y "puta" por allá.

Aquí hago una aclaración sumamente importante. 6 Tips on Becoming a Better Artist. If I had a dollar for every time I received an email from someone asking me for tips on how to improve their work, I’d have almost enough to purchase 3ds Max and be out of here for good!

6 Tips on Becoming a Better Artist

(kidding! Sort of) But as repetitive as this question is, and as much as I hate answering it, I understand why people ask it. As with anything, when you’re learning something new, there are multiple routes to “mastery” and some of them are quicker than others. So it makes sense to choose the quickest route. Now whilst I don’t consider myself an expert, I do have a few tips that I learned through the last 8 years that may save you some time (and pain). So here we go, 6 tips on becoming a better artist… 1. No I’m not talking about asking a girl out to dinner (although that’s probably not a bad idea), I’m talking about starting a project that you know is beyond your capabilities. This scene still remains as one of my best learning experiences 2. Watercolor tutorial part 5: mediums and techniques. I know I left you all hanging for Part 5 in Yao’s Watercolor Series!

watercolor tutorial part 5: mediums and techniques

But the holidays and all that jazz just tend to take over! But now that Spring is in the air, it feels like the perfect time to bust out some color! So here you go! This is part 5 of 5! If you need to catch up you can check out Yao’s whole series here. And DO NOT miss Yao’s free downloadable stationary she did for us here!

Daritcia Rivera Pagán on Pinterest. Drawspace: Now everyone can draw. Art Fundamentals-The Elements and Principles of Art. Art Basics It all starts with the Elements and Principles of art.

Art Fundamentals-The Elements and Principles of Art

I like to explain to my students how the Elements and Principles of art work through the illustration of cooking. (I even speak like I am Julia Childs when I am explaining this concept to them. ) Difference Between The Elements and Principles of Art It's easy to get confused when discussing the elements and principles of art and group them all together as one big group of abstract terms. When you are cooking something, you have a list of ingredients that are organized by the recipe.

The lines, shapes, forms, values, colors, textures, and spaces that are implored must all work to make your artwork great. So you must spend some time exploring them, understanding them, and learning how to use them together effectively. The recipe is the principles of art. The elements can be arranged in a work to produce balance, harmony, unity, rhythm, proportion, variety, emphasis, and movement. So you must explore the principles as well. Free art lessons - teach yourself how to draw, paint and design.

Teach yo'self: A guide to online graphic design education. This was one of the top 20 blog posts on The Creative Edge from 2013!

Teach yo'self: A guide to online graphic design education

Don’t miss out on the rest. Welcome to class! It’s a new era of graphic design. In a discipline that has always grown with, and been defined by technology, the computer is now one of the sole forces moving the medium. We are now able to teach ourselves and work for ourselves, from wherever our computers may be. Here we have compiled a course just for you, featuring all the steps we believe will make you an even more killer designer than you already are. Start with principles of designBuild skills with hands-on tutorialsGet into your client’s headGrow your freelance business Although most of these educational options will not grant you a degree, some of them have the option of acquiring a certificate of completion.

Alright class, lets begin! 1. Duke Graphic Design Principles Index Let’s get started with your basic design principles. Design Principles The Principles of Design AIGA: Graphic Design Theory 2. Coursera. Teach Yourself Graphic Design: A Self-Study Course Outline.