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Sunday, May 27, 2018

Black Wonder Woman


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Wonder Woman #blackgirlmagic

Heroines and Heroes have been part of human society since the earliest times, they not only reveal an identity of a people but also their worldview.
Gods and Gods become Heroes of a People, or their heroes become Gods .. So what is said and what can not be said about heroines and heroes reveal not only culture as its taboos, prejudices of its ideologies when hero vs. villain confronts.
 #blackmodel

The film Professor Marston and the WonderWomen - Movie 2017 was controversial for discussing society at the time of the creation of the character Wonder Woman #melanin.
Another film that fomented the race question and the ideology of the Super Heroes was Black Panther.
It is no wonder that many designers and artists in general have decided to recreate and repaginate these issues of gender and race and to provoke a healthy discussion on these subjects
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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

12 Easy Steps to Learn: HOW TO DRAW A ROSE


12 Easy Steps to Learn:

HOW TO DRAW A ROSE (SIMPLE METHOD)







how to draw a rose 1

step 1. The simplest way to start drawing a rose is to make an extravagant style S that has a rolled up tip
how to draw a rose

Sunday, March 18, 2018

#anime meanings for #Otakus and #Otomes

Otaku and Otome. ...
In Japan, otome means "maiden", "virgin" or "miss", but in Brazil the word is used as the feminine otaku, meaning a female fan of anime and Japanese manga.
In fact, otaku is a unisex word.

Now let's learn some expressions used in anime

Letter a

Abunai: Caution
Aho: Foolish person, idiot
Ai: Love
Aishiteru: I love you
Aka: Red
Aka-chan: baby
Aka-shan = Baby

Aku: Evil
Akuma: Devil
Amakusa: Demon of Japanese Mythology
Love rain
Anata: You
Ane: Older sister (of whom she speaks)
Aneki: something like sister

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

#scientific illustration - visual expression of #communication for science



Scientific illustration by Lúcia Antunes
Scientific illustration corresponds to the visual component of communication for science. Essentially, it consists of the production of images, from its conception to its publication, to communicate science in the most varied areas, such as biology, geology, archeology and medicine.
These publications can be textbooks, textbooks, field guides, scientific magazines, gardening materials, museums, among many others.
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Scientific illustration, as we understand it today, has existed since the early explorers sought to record their discoveries. Several had the soul of an artist and drew their findings, or delegated to engravers the task of materializing their descriptions.