Chuck Wendig, Freelance Penmonkey | Chuck Wendig: Freelance Penmonkey Les oiseaux en fiches, coloriages, photos et dessins avec Pouyo Le croquis, c'est le dessin rapide d'un modèle. Le mot esquisse veut dire à peu près la même chose. Le crayon à papier est le meilleur outil pour faire un croquis quand on débute. Tu en as sûrement un : Regarde ce qui est écrit dessus en lettres majuscules. En général, on trouve "HB". Pour bien dessiner, on dit qu'il faut avoir "un bon coup de crayon". étape 1 : la silhouette La silhouette d'un oiseau, c'est d'abord une tête et un corps. étape 2 : la queue La queue de l'oiseau vient compléter la silhouette. étape 3 : le bec On dessine souvent le bec d'un oiseau comme ci-contre, mais, tout comme notre sourire vu de profil, le bec de l'oiseau se poursuit sur sa joue. Faut-il encore le répéter ? étape 4 : les pattes Les fines pattes des oiseaux peuvent se dessiner facilement avec des traits un peu épais. étape 5 : l'œil L'œil d'un oiseau n'est pas trop compliqué à dessiner : c'est un rond. étape 6 : l'aile au travail ! Cela te semble insurmontable ? *Ecole Jean Mermoz, Le Bourget (93).
Encyclopedia - World Digital Library OpenGuides: the guides made by you. Thinking Machine 4 Thinking Machine 4 explores the invisible, elusive nature of thought. Play chess against a transparent intelligence, its evolving thought process visible on the board before you. The artwork is an artificial intelligence program, ready to play chess with the viewer. If the viewer confronts the program, the computer's thought process is sketched on screen as it plays. Play the game. Image Gallery View a range of still images taken from Thinking Machine 4. About the work More information about the project and answers to common questions. Credits Created by Martin Wattenberg, with Marek Walczak. About the artists Martin Wattenberg's work centers on the theme of making the invisible visible. Marek Walczak is an artist and architect who is interested in how people participate in physical and virtual spaces.
Dictionnaire des Arts Allez au contenu Allez au menu principal Allez à la recherche Change language Le dictionnaire multimédia permettra d’aborder les grandes notions de l’histoire de l’art, les techniques, les artistes, les personnages qui sont à l’origine du musée : donateurs, conservateurs, chercheurs. L’internaute pourra accéder au contenu : - soit par ordre alphabétique - soit par thèmes (courant de l’histoire de l’art, périodes archéologiques, artistes, techniques, donateurs, historiens, archéologues, personnages historiques) Chaque contenu se présentera sous la forme d’une fiche comprenant : - une image phare - un commentaire de 1000 à 1500 signes - des ressources « en savoir plus » [format pdf] - des liens vers les pages du site - une bibliographie A très bientôt...
One of the most perplexing events of the 20th Century did not involve flying saucers, conspiracy theories, a criminal act, or even strange creature sightings. It took place on a seemingly normal day in one of the most tedious, mundane places one could imagine: Airport. Yet to this day, no one knows exactly what happened there, or why one average business traveler became the heart of an enigma largely forgotten by our modern world. Haneda Airport, as it appeared in 1954, photographed by Rodney Stich. The year 1954 was hotter than normal in Tokyo, but at Haneda Airport it was business as usual. That is, of course, until one unknown date when a routine European inbound plane dropped off its passengers. When they asked him for his country of origin, things became strange. Map of the country of Andorra, believed to be “Taured”. The bearded man scoffed; surely, this was some elaborate practical joke for his benefit. The following morning, the mystery deepened. Is Taured out there somewhere?
Photos of Sakurajima volcano 25 Feb 2010 On a recent visit to Japan, alien landscape photographer Martin Rietze captured some spectacular images of Sakurajima volcano in Kagoshima prefecture. Multiple lightning flashes caused by fast moving fine ash Lava bombs hitting the flank Strombolian eruption with lightning Detail with multiple lightning flashes Lava brightens the ash cloud Ash eruption causing lightning Violent eruption Criminology and Criminal Justice - Undergraduate Admissions - Carleton University Our students acquire a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary understanding of the causes and definitions of crime and criminal behaviour, criminal law and its administration, and social and institutional responses to crime. You will personalize your program by choosing one of three concentrations: Law, Psychology or Sociology. In addition, possible field placements in organizations such as the Crown Attorney’s Office, criminal law offices or psychiatric hospitals (forensic programs) give you hands-on experience in real-life situations, including front-line work with offenders, victims, police and lawyers. Carleton’s location in Ottawa gives you research and employment opportunities at the Supreme Court of Canada, the Department of Justice, the RCMP, the Correctional Service of Canada and the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime. Criminology is offered as an Honours program. What students are saying about our Criminology and Criminal Justice program:
Duplessis Orphans The Duplessis Orphans (French: les Orphelins de Duplessis) were children victimized in a mid-20th Century scheme in which approximately 20,000 orphaned children were falsely certified as mentally ill by the government of the province of Quebec, Canada, and confined to psychiatric institutions. The Catholic Church has denied the allegations, and disputes the claims of those seeking payments. Overview The 1940s and 1950s were considered a period of widespread poverty, few social services, and Catholic predominance in Quebec. Maurice Duplessis, the premier of Quebec, was a strict Catholic. Many children were admitted to orphanages because they were abandoned by their parents, not because they were orphans, but often because their parents were unmarried. The Quebec government received subsidies from the federal government for building hospitals, but hardly anything for having orphanages. Legal recourse in the 1990s Aftermath Fate of the remains See also
20 PSD Tuts That Will Turn You Into A Photoshop Guru Many people can use Photoshop, but only a select few can call themselves gurus. Learn all the methods in the 20 tutorials below and you’ll be well on your way to joining this elite. Rather than focus on tuts for beginners, intermediates or advanced users, we’ve simply chosen ones which produce jaw-dropping effects. All of them are easy to follow, although most do require at least some prior knowledge and experience. 1. Follow this tutorial to create dazzling, multi-layered, semi-transparent lettering, with a Perspex-like quality. 2. 3D Pixel Stretch Effect File this tutorial under “simple but effective”. 3. Turn a simple cityscape into a torrentially flooded wasteland. 4. Become the master of light and glow on Photoshop with this brief, easy-to-follow guide. 5. Use masking tools, layers, gradients and lines to turn your favorite piece of 3D text into something more colorful and commercial. 6. Mental waves do not exist, but if they did they’d look rather like this. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.