Met Museum Open Access Makes 375,000 Pieces Available for Free Claude Monet, Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lilies (1899) Renowned for its comprehensive collection of work that captures “5,000 years of art spanning all cultures and time periods,” New York City’s world famous Metropolitan Museum of Art has recently announced that 375,000 of its pieces in the public domain are now available without restrictions. As an update to a similar 2014 initiative, the new policy, called Open Access, allows individuals to easily access the images and use them for “any purpose, including commercial and noncommercial use, free of charge and without requiring permission from the Museum.” The available works represent a wide range of movements, styles, and mediums, and span iconic paintings by Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh to centuries-old costumes and armor. You can access the unrestricted images through the Met’s website. As you search its collection, all you need to do is check off the “Public Domain Artworks” option under “Show Only.”
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CyberDog - Anim8or-MATERIALS Adding colour and surface properties in Anim8or You will eventually want to store different 3D models in different files, and on different OBJECT page in the same file. IF you mix them together, your colour schemes WILL get messed up IF two different materials share the same NAME. The trick is to give each material it's own unique name. TRY THIS:Create a simple SPHERE in the bottom left corner of your screen, and use your materials to colour it RED (without changing the material name)Use OBJECT - NEW to open a NEW object page - the red sphere will disappear - no problem - just go to the OBJECT menu and select Object01 and you'll see it again.Use the OBJECT menu and return to Object02 page, and create a new CUBE in the top right corner. Use materials to colour it ORANGE (without changing the material name)Select the CUBE and use CONTROL-C to copy itGo to OBJECT01 and use CONTROL-V to paste the cube on the sphere's page.
9 of the Strangest and Loveliest Dioramas Ever While there are endless different kinds of dioramas, there is something that most all of them have in common: the strange beauty that comes from capturing our world in miniature, in exacting detail. Some of the most impressive examples of this craft are on display in museums around the globe, while others a bit more off the beaten path. From bizarre to beautiful, here are nine places to see these intricate three-dimensional snapshots of the world. disposableWebPage Hello World. This is LMWIFY, short for “Let Me Write It For You”. LMWIFY lets you create simple yet stunning looking messages on a canvas and distribute it as an image to your family and friends. The Concept LMWIFY is more than just creating messages for yourself.
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