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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - the Bane of the Active Artist - Art Fair Insiders Aye yi yi! (reposted from my HappyArt.com blog) I’ve been avoiding thinking too much about the growing numbness and weakness in my right hand during these past two months where I’ve been ramping back up as a production artist, but a visit with a doctor friend who has an orthopedic surgeon for a husband has confirmed my suspicions. They say my symptoms are perfect for carpel tunnel.
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Famous faces from history including William Shakespeare, Henry VIII and Horatio Nelson have been given a modern makeover to see how they would look if they were alive today. The project, comissioned by history TV channel Yesterday to celebrate its new series, the Secret Life Of..., saw digital artists working closely with history experts to ensure the portraits gave a real sense of how historical characters would look if they were alive in the 21st Century. A Vice Admiral and dedicated navy officer, Nelson is dressed in a modern naval uniform. In today's Navy, Nelson would spend more time deskbound and as such he would have gained a little weight which is reflected in the portrait. Historical Figures for the 21st Century
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Film critic Catherine Bray interviewed Joss Whedon in 2006 for UK movie magazine Hotdog to find out his top ten screenwriting tips. Catherine has kindly given us permission to reproduce the article here. Photo: Joss Whedon at San Diego Comic Con - courtesy of Gage Skidmore. Joss Whedon is most famous for creating Buffy the Vampire Slayer, its spin-off Angel and the short-lived but much-loved Firefly series. But the writer and director has also worked unseen as a script doctor on movies ranging from Speed to Toy Story. Here, he shares his tips on the art of screenwriting. Joss Whedon’s Top 10 Writing Tips « Aerogramme Writers' Studio
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Hover over this picture to pin this article on Pinterest! This is the largest collection of portrait photography tips ever assembled on a single page of the Internet. To write this portrait photography article, I asked members of the Improve Photography community to submit their favorite portrait photography tips. This article is a combination of my favorite tips, mixed in with the tips from the community.
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