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Thursday, August 31, 2017

How will your tattoo be when you're an old man(mature woman)?

#BRart How will your tattoo be when you're an old man?

There are people who have given up on getting a tattoo by asking themselves, "How will she stay when I'm old? Will I still like the same things? "

It is important to understand that tattoos will accompany you throughout your life and if you get there, you will be proud to display them when you reach senior citizens.
Many older people have tattoos and prove that it's okay to get old tattooed. And you, already imagined what it will be like to look at your tattoo at age 80?
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For many, not so young, the tattoo turns to a brand to be loaded or a challenging novelty. It's more common than you think, people over 60 have their first tattoo.
It functions as a rescue of the autonomy of the body itself. It is as if, now, I could do what I could not do in my youth.
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Prejudice against the tattooed has declined over the decades, and remains only among the most conservative sectors of society, but it is still a reality when it comes to entering certain labor markets.
Gladly that times have changed! Now, getting old with a tattoo is no longer a cause for prejudice. And the tattooed one also has the option to remove it or not. One more reason to be proud of anyone who chooses to stay with the tattoo until the end of their lives.
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And there are still cases where the tattoo matches very well with the period of life that is old age. They can be well suited to the beard, the white hair, the glasses, and may well leave you a super old or old supersty!
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Now we know that tattoos can be used in old age, but will they remain the same? The answer is: it depends.
It is possible to retouch the tattoos and keep them with the same color and intensity. However, the skin loses elasticity and becomes more flaccid, this sometimes decharacterizes a little some designs.
But nothing that undermines the main function of tattooing: to demonstrate a lifestyle, the tastes or choices we take throughout life. And all these, can be as proud in youth as in old age.
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Reference: allinteressante.com.br

Monday, August 28, 2017

Cheats for those who are starting to draw

7 Fantastic Tips for anyone who is starting to draw

  • The most traditional way of drawing is using the good old pencil.
  • All the professionals of this area, began their careers of designer from this tool, old, but that remains until today without a period of validity.
  • Even with all these new technologies and with the increasing number of people using the virtual drawings made on the computer, the pencil is still, and will continue being the main instrument of the designers.

In this post, we will cover 7 Drawing Techniques for those who are starting their careers in the world of drawings. If you're a freshman in the area, this article is for you.
See now 7 Drawing Techniques for Pencils for Beginners ...

Sunday, August 20, 2017

"Lady Death" Design and Cosplay

Lady Death: The "Lady of Death" takes magazines to bankruptcy

Lady Death is a comic book character created by Brian Pulido and Steven Hughes, "Boost This Publication".


His first appearance was in Evil Ernie # 1 by the publisher Eternity Comics in December 1991. He later reappeared in Evil Ernie: The Resurrection, a mini-series published by the now defunct Chaos! Comics in 1993.


In 2002, with the bankruptcy of Chaos! Comics, the character's rights were sold to CrossGen Comics for the value of $ 12,500.1 In 2004 GrossGen, also with financial difficulty filed for bankruptcy, selling again the rights of the character.


In 2005 Lady Death returned to have its stories published, this time by Avatar Press. It was the last publisher to publish the Lady Death series.



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Friday, August 18, 2017

John Bramblitt in Rock in Rio

John Bramblitt (blind artist), creates illustrations for Gol in honor of Rock in Rio

Gol airline paid tribute to Rock in Rio with a special painting on one of its aircraft.
The drawing was made by John Bramblitt (blind artist) , who was invited to illustrate the songs of the main bands that will play in the festival and create an illustration for the airplanes.

Bramblitt has been blind for more than 10 years and his works are world famous.
The artist uses a technique of synesthesia and quick-drying paints and manages, through touch, to create works of art.

The choice of the songs that inspired Bramblitt was made by the public through the project Musicolors.

Gol, Air France and Delta are the official carriers of the music festival.
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Friday, August 4, 2017

Drawing Amy Winehouse - Juli Rossi

August 3, 2017

Drawing and Art History: Juli Rossi

Amy Winehouse

Amy Jade Winehouse was a British singer-songwriter known for her powerful and deep vocal contralto and her eclectic mix of musical genres, including soul, jazz, R & B and Caribbean rhythms.
Oiled pastel chalk paints + acrylic paint that produced in 2017 and 2016. Jazz Icons! :)
All paintings are in size 50 x 70cm.
Check out other paintings by Juli Rossi at the link below:

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