Painting: Wallowing Like a Pigment

Painting: Wallowing Like a Pigment

Hello? Oh, it’s for you; childhood is calling. With eight colors and soggy paper, I bring you watercolor painting. You could conceivably paint anything with watercolors, but it’s a good idea to at least start with a picture. Keeps you grounded, and gives you something...
Playing Guitar: Sliding Before the Pleasing Bar of Chords

Playing Guitar: Let Us All Play in One a Chord

Everyone wishes they had stuck with those piano lessons; piano music is often beautiful and has a wide range and depth to it. So I’m going to teach you about guitar. Guitarists have it easy in a number of ways, and it’s not too terribly difficult to pick up as an...
Photography: The Art of Preserving Memories

Photography: The Art of Preserving Memories

Nowadays, most people have a halfway decent camera in their phone. For this article, you won’t need anything better than that. A lot of photography is choosing interesting subject matter, and framing it in a complementary way. COMPOSITION   When you take a picture,...
Writing: The Mind’s Bicycle

Writing: The Mind’s Bicycle

What a strange creature man is, that he speaks effusively, yet writes in a stuttering step. To speak is to let loose words upon the passing breeze, sometimes caught upon the snarls of a microphone. To write… that is to set in stone, be it graphite pencil or the...
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