BEAUTY WOO ME - DIY beauty tutorials, expert beauty secrets and a bunch of other stuff... Yahoo! France Une «corne» lui pousse dans le cou Eh oui, les humains peuvent aussi avoir des cornes comme des béliers… Sauf qu'elles sont, disons, moins esthétiques que les leurs! Li Zhibing, un Chinois âgé de 62 ans, doit vivre avec une corne qui lui pousse dans le cou … Continue reading → The Bittersweet Art of Cutting Up Books "QUANTUM SHOT" #479Link - article by Avi Abrams Unusual Book & Page Sculptures, Part 2 We wrote before about new trend of making art statements and sculptures out of used books (see our Part 1). Some readers complained that they abhor the idea of cutting up books, no matter what value the book might still have or what's printed inside. Others suggested quite the opposite: why not donate some used bookstore's inventory to the artists (and even freely ship it to them). Without entering this discussion, let us just say that most original art requires an unusual media of expression - and be glad it's not your run-of-the-mill Twitter messages that make it into a work of art... yet.
Sign In Don't have a Microsoft account? Sign up now Microsoft account What's this? Email or phone List of unusual deaths This is a list of unusual deaths. This list includes unique or extremely rare circumstances of death recorded throughout history, noted as being unusual by multiple sources. Some of the deaths are mythological or are considered to be unsubstantiated by contemporary researchers. The Inkling Chronicles So, I've let this blog go unattended and un-updated for much too long. I'm not deleting it, but I am going to archive all the older posts and post this announcement that The Inkling Chronicles is indefinitely on Hiatus. (along with the companion blog "You're a Gazelle" ... to be revived at some unspecifed time in the future , perhaps , maybe , who knows?)
Products: Billie the Unicorn Billie the Unicorn By Brianne Drouhard $15.95, hardcover, 36 Pages, ISBN: 978-159702-024-4, 8.5 x 10.5 "Brianne is an amazing talent. A mixture of influences combined into something new and wholly original!" - Glen Murakami, Cartoon Network's Superman, Batman, and Justice League
Albert Uderzo « Comic Book Guide Comics are the perfect way to increase the interest level of reading among youngsters. Beside developing good reading skills in children, comics can be a good source of inspiration to them by enhancing their artistic abilities. They can draw images and indulge themselves in playing with colors. Morris< © J.-J. Procureur Born in Courtrai on 1 December 1923, Maurice De Bevere, known as Morris, took a correspondence course in animation, set up by Jean Image, and at twenty started at the Brussels studio CBA as an inker, where he met Paape, Franquin and Peyo.
The Art of Tangled This is a very beautiful book for Disney's 50th feature film, Tangled, which is also the first 3D computer-animated fairy tale for them. The 160-page hardcover is filled with the very distinctive Disney style art, featuring character designs, environment and storyboards. I love the beautiful character sketches and there are lots of them.