Create Easy Infographics, Reports, Presentations. A Montreal South Shore House That Blends Modern And Old Seamlessly. For More Stories Like These Photo cred – Naturehumaine.
Beauty is diversity. Character-development-worksheet.jpg (JPEG Image, 965 × 727 pixels) How to Make a Flower Tattoo. Verity Cumming is the makeup artist behind the flower tattoo on Issue 20's cover.
BIG-ASS MESSAGE™ This Guy Did The Coolest, But Possibly Most Illegal, DIY Project Ever. The End Result? It's Genius. Www.edsheeran.com/thinkingoutloud/ Paint Online - Sketch & Paint! Inspirograph. Writer Creates “Color Thesaurus” To Help You Correctly Name Any Color Imaginable. Ingrid Sundberg, a writer and children’s book illustrator, created a very useful infographic chart for anyone struggling with color names.
The writer says that she loves to collect words that can help give her stories variety and depth. Show Full Text “I’ve learned that we all have different associations with color words,” Sundberg told Bored Panda. “For example the color sapphire is a light blue to me (since that’s the color of the sapphire on my engagement ring), but a sapphire can also be a very dark blue. I doubt there can be an ‘official color guide,’ as color is so subjective.” Hand Lettering Stippling Technique. 365 Paintings for Ants by Lorraine Loots. Articles October 19, 2014 Since January 1, 2013, Cape Town-based artist Lorraine Loots got her hands full creating highly detailed paintings for her long running “small” project. 365 Paintings for Ants is a year-long project in which Loots is creating one miniature painting per day with different subjects.
She started sharing her creations online. Along the way, her project evolved and people started booking specific dates and making suggestions for a particular subject on that day. Making this project a collaboration between Loots and her visitors online. Photo credit: www.netwerk24.com These works of art might look like just ordinary paintings at first until you saw a coin and a pencil around it.
Art That Is Moving Around. Day Bed is Perfect Ultra-Versatile Addition to Any Child's Room - Cube Breaker. The Orwell day bed by designer Goula Figuera perfectly blends a sofa, bed, and cabin fort, making it the perfect addition to any child — or simply a child at heart’s — room.
The name references the surname of literary classic 1984, and speaks on how intimacy is often lost in our homes. With heavy quilted curtains which fold down easily insulating from sound and light, the bed makes for the perfect napping spot — or fort — when one needs to get away from it all. When privacy is not desired, the curtains easily remove, setting up quickly for a group sleepover on the floor. Source: Goula Figuera via Design Boom. Nathan Driskell. Drawing tool. Amazing Interior Design A Simple Lampshade Got This New Look by Poking Pins. PostSecret. Kinok0girl on Instagram. The $1.99 Noodley Beverage Boat. [Note from Jonathan, If you think this is cool, check out my iPhone enabled / Intercom / video chat doorbell] Living in Las Vegas, and spending so much time in the pool has taught me, you need to keep drinking, to stay hydrated, and the liquid should be cool.
(Notice I am not saying *WHAT* Liquid) How to Make a Leak Proof Water Blob (without tape!) Emergency Cookies. If you’re someone who bakes a lot, or are the recipient of home baked goods, you’ll know what I mean when I say store-bought cookies just don’t cut it any more.
No matter how nice the brand is, nothing compares to fresh cookies right out of the oven. Which is always a problem when cookie-craving-hour unexpectedly strikes. You know buying cookies for the moment is just going to lead to disappointment, but baking an entire batch of cookies seems like so much effort. If you manage to conjure up the energy, then you have to work out what to do with the rest once the craving is satiated. If you live in a full household baking an entire batch of cookies mightn’t be an issue. Lately I’ve spent so much time making fancy stuff that it had been months since having anything simple, like cookies. “What are emergency cookies?”
First retouch, adjust levels and do all necessary colour corrections on your image. With a Lasso Tool (L) select the eyes (hold Shift key to add to selection). Hit Ctrl+J to copy selection to a new layer. You can copy the whole layer instead of selecting eyes but applying the filter to the large area like this may take a while on slower computers. Use Smart Sharpen filter on the eyes, the choice of right settings will depend on the size of your file. Add a layer mask to the sharpened layer, then using a white soft brush on 50% bring back paint only iris’ and pupils to expose the sharpened eyes. Using levels brighten the whole picture and then copy mask from previous layer to select only eyes by holding Alt while dragging the sharpened mask (“layer 1” in the pic) onto the “levels 2” layer.
Reduce opacity of the colour layer to make the eyes look more natural. And voilà, the image is ready. Elie Saab. This Incredible Animation Shows How Humans Are The Worst Thing To Ever Happen To This World. How many friends or family members do you have that nearly kill themselves on the road almost every day?
The Ending Of This Story's Not What You May Expect But Will Inspire Your Life. A collection of hand lettering I made this past year. Stumblers Who Like Art 1. Optical Design. Bike out of wire. How to Make a Time Lapse Video with a GoPro Camera (Tutorial) I Couldn’t Believe What This Guy Was Making For His Unborn Child. But By The End… WOW. Redditor DRC_Goes_PEWPEW recently shared this amazing DIY project he did in his unborn son’s nursery.
Using fiber-optic lights his aim was to create the effect of the ceiling having hundreds of stars, all slowly fading in-and-out in a soothing way. Here is the whole process he went through to create this amazing effect, in his own words: I used 1.8 inch painters tape to mark off where the beams in the ceiling were so I didn’t drill the holes for the stars in to a beam. Then I used a staple gun and some kind of landscaping string to make a 1 ft x 1ft grid on the ceiling.
I figured this way, the room is 12 x 10, which is 120 sqft, and there are 600 strands, that gives me 5 stars per sqft. Finished grid. Wang.