2016

  • 3 Careers You Could Have With Professional Training In A Color Grade Workshop

    Transforming imagery with digital color may sound simple enough, but in all truth, learning digital color grade skills is something that takes time, effort, and training, which is why color grade workshops are in such high demand. If you are considering taking a few color grade classes, you should know that once you learn this new skill, you could be opening the door to a plethora of career opportunities. Here are a few career fields you could gain access to with some training in a workshop on color grade technology.
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  • A Couple Of Tips For Caring For Your Paintings

    Having spiritual paintings around your home can be a great way of bringing important imagery into your house. However, it is an unfortunate reality that there are many individuals that may not be particularly familiar with the type of care that high-quality paintings will require. To help you protect yourself against the risk of damaging these pieces of art, you should keep the following couple of painting care tips in mind.
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  • I've Got To Have That! 4 Steps To Help You Get Started On Your Art Collection

    You're finally out on your own and living an independent life. Now it's time to start that art collection that you've always wanted. Whether you collect art for the love of it or for the investment value – or a little of both – you still need to have a starting point. That starting point is moment where you purchase your very first work of art. Here are four steps you should follow to make sure the first step isn't a misstep.
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  • Answering Three Common Piercing Questions

    Getting a body piercing can be an excellent form of self-expression. However, it can be common for those who have never gotten a piercing to be unsure of what to expect, which may make this experience slightly intimidating. If you are considering getting your first piercing, you may want to consider the answers to the following questions so that you can be as prepared as possible for this experience. Will A Piercing Hurt?
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  • Helpful Information About Endangered Animal Art

    Do you have a love for animals and want to invest in a few art pieces for decorating your home with? You might want to opt for art that shows some of the endangered animals in an artful way, as sometimes a portion of the proceeds from such art is donated to respectable charitable organizations. The article below will list off a few of the endangered animals that you can opt for when you go on your hunt for art.
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  • The Yin/Yang, Old West Approach To Impressing At Art Contests

    Winning a student art contest is not easy. No specific formula exists to guarantee any outcome. Tried and true ways capable of increasing the chances for being considered for top placement do, however, exist. Embodying the traits of innovation and creativity certainly help participants shine at art contests. The example of applying the yin/yang model of philosophy to old west artwork provides some insights into how to achieve maximum creativity and catch the attention of judges.
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  • 3 Ways To Prepare For Dance Camp

    If you will be attending dance camp for the first time this summer, you may wonder how you should prepare yourself in order to get the most out of your experience. While the camp you choose should cater to your current level of skill and experience, there are a few things that you can do to make sure that you are ready to train hard and learn new choreography.  Begin Training at Different Times During the Day 
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  • Proper Aftercare For Your New Tattoo

    Whether or not a new tattoo ends up looking sharp and clean in a few years is all determined during the first few days after it's finished. How you care for your tattoo after you leave the artist's chair makes all the difference, not just in the appearance of the art but also in determining whether or not future touch-ups will be done. While the jury is still out on a few details, there are some practices that are almost universally accepted as a good way to preserve a new tattoo.
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