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Face to face with a funny tree spirit.

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This is a funny story. It started out as a character sketch for a new RP-char of mine (who, I have to admit, has both Rip and Integra charactertraits in her personality), but after three times of redoing her hair and face it started to look more and more as a semi-realistic portrait of Rip van Winkle.

 

Regardless, I'm very proud of this. I like the background, even though it doesn't look all that natural (for those who can't figure it out, it's a cliff over an ocean on a moondrenched night). When you consider the fact that I suck at backgrounds, yeah, I have reason to be proud.

 

Three days of on and off work in Open Canvas. In total I guess it took me somewhere in between 15 - 20 hours.

 

I love her hair. XD

 

Rip van Winkle, Hellsing and all related terms © Kouhta Hirano.

Artwork © me.

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LADY WITH BEEHIVE HAIRDO POINTS TO COZY INN, THE ESTABLISHMENT WHERE THE "INCIDENT" HAPPENED

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Earl R. Stonebridge (on left) summoned man with fractured elbow to offer therapy and moral support. "One must remember," Earl told him , assuming an attitude of Divine knowledge, that one must "...dismiss trust as a fictional character trait. Once a woman goes into a bar alone, there is no guarantee she will not permit a perfect stranger to light her Camel." Earl went on to tell him that the imported Swedish sauna-whirlpool might help, but only temporarily.

IT ALL BEGAN...when he saw a stranger lighting his girlfriend's Camel in a flirtatious manner. He noticed the sly smile of satisfaction on his girlfriend's lips as she sucked up that first big puff of smoke afforded by his large and oversized monogrammed Zippo lighter. The man with the fractured elbow, a man who has the eyes of an eagle, noted the details on the large Zippo lighter; he read the inscription inscribed on the lighter: "To Big Man on Campus, from Suzy"

 

"Who is that nut that's knocking on the window anyway?" a customer seated near the window asked the bartender.

 

The bartender shook his head, pretending he didn't know Foster. Foster is the name of the man with the fractured elbow.

 

"Yeow, why in the hell doesn't the S.O.B. just come in? What a ______idiot?

Junior high school library character education "bulletin board".

 

We don't have actual bulletin boards in the library, so these signs are affixed to glass partitions between the library and adjacent computer labs.

 

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i once did an entire project around the song "asleep" by the smiths. it's beautiful.

Junior high school library character education "bulletin board".

 

We don't have actual bulletin boards in the library, so these signs are affixed to glass partitions between the library and adjacent computer labs.

 

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Junior high school library character education "bulletin board".

 

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Hidden in one of the little alcoves or nook and crannies of his place south of Laguna, Earl's secret to wisdom and knowledge is at ready reference. Earl hates to carry ipods around on his person, but he has a dashboard of his Jaguar embedded with almost everything electronic. "I like to relax in this spot," he told TYME Magazine, "and pick old paperbacks, usually the Penguin brands, and read until I drift off or until the dogs nudge me, letting me know it's time to retire for the evening."

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long exposure double flash fire

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“Men with strength of character, to make total idiots of themselves are the Strongest.”- Jokes, Cartoons & Quotes on Identity

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Embarrassment is a partner in the creative process—a key collaborator.

 

~ Anne Bogart

 

Creativity involves taking a lot of risks. And there's no guarantee every risk taken will unfold perfectly. Highly creative people are willing to risk embarrassment in the hope it will lead to a great creation.

 

Every creative act, whether big or small, involves this risk to some degree. In fact, many great inventions were laughed at when first introduced. So the possibility of embarrassment is not just limited to the arts.

 

If your work does not sufficiently embarrass you, then very likely no one will be touched by it.

 

~ Anne Bogart

 

The Samurai's Tale presents a vivid picture of an orphaned boy's life during Japan's civil war era. The events, character relationships, character flaws, noble charactertraits, and admirable human qualities have an ancient context not fully uncovered within the story. You will approach this WebQuest as an investigative reporter, part archeologist, part detective,and part psychologist. If you are clever at discovering details and making inferences, a greater depth of understanding of the events as well as the characters will unfold. Then you can ponde rthe question: As we look to this day, how are we like sons of samurai?

Venture deep into the wilderness of lost thought to the point that you physically shiver with apprehension, and there you will find creativity.

 

~ Carl Henegan

 

Creativity is often defined as the creation of something new and useful. To create something new, one must try something new. That often involves, or even requires, the creator to step outside their comfort zone a bit.

 

​While it is common to be somewhat apprehensive when faced with something new, highly creative people do not let any apprehension stop them. Highly creative folks enjoy taking risks, and know there's plenty to gain by trying new things.

Experiencing sadness and anger can make you feel more creative​, and by being creative, you can get beyond your pain and negativity.

 

~ Yoko Ono​

 

There are a lot of myths about creativity floating around out there. One of them is what I call "The Myth of the Melancholy". While it is true many great creative people throughout history have been very sad, there have also been plenty living on the sunnier side of the street.

 

Sadness certainly is not a requirement for creativity. In fact, being creative often reduces sadness because it helps you see the good alongside the bad. The focus on resolving a problem is much more hopeful than dwelling in the negative parts of it. Those melancholy creative geniuses we so highly admire were most likely using their creativity as a way to get through the pain.

If you worried about falling off the bike, you'd never get on.

 

~ Lance Armstrong

 

Creativity requires taking some risks - careful risks. Creativity is never careless. In fact, it is often incredibly well thought- out.

 

Highly creative people carefully evaluate the risks they take. If the reward is greater than the worry, they know it's a risk worth taking.

 

In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.

 

~ Bill Cosby

If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking.

 

~ George S. Patton

 

Conformity is often seen as a bad thing when talking about creativity. But sometimes, conformity can be good. A lot of times, the best idea or solution actually is rooted in what everyone else is thinking - with an unexpected twist.

 

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used to create them.

 

~ Albert Einstein

 

The ability to look at what everyone else is looking at and see it with an unusual twist is a key trait of highly creative people. One way this is accomplished, is to examine things from multiple perspectives. This may mean physically moving around an object. It can also be done by trying to see through other people's eyes in your imagination.

 

If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you'll never get it done.

 

~ Bruce Lee

 

When things stay in your imagination, they remain imaginary. Creativity requires action to bring ideas to life.

  

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