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Thursday, February 22, 2007

Craft Of Cartooning

See it and enjoy it..Its funny as well as thought provoking cartoons posted by group of person.Here.

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Bald Britney

See It..Video.

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Observing Design

The Illusion of Certainty
Allan McCollum, Each and Every One of You, 2004. 1200 digital inkjet prints. Photograph courtesy Barbara Krakow Gallery.
Last fall, at a small gallery on West 22nd Street in New York, the artist Allan McCollum exhibited his new system for producing unique two-dimensional shapes. Developed using vector files on his home computer, McCollum organized a “system” to produce over 31,000,000,000 different shapes and has, to date, set aside 214,000,000 for creative experimentation.
But that’s not all. McCollum aspires to an unprecedented scale with this system: his goal is to make enough shapes, assuming a population of approximately 9.1 billion by the year 2050, so that everyone on the planet can have one.
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How To Be Good Critique

It is the writer’s blessing and the writer’s bane—receiving critique from other authors. Many talk about the writer’s responsibility in receiving critique. Don’t argue, don’t rationalize, swallow your pride, develop a thick skin, try not to take it personally. But what about the person providing the critique? Is he or she free to say whatever comes to mind, even if it's harsh, unhelpful, incorrect, or just plain mean? I’d venture that all writers know how to read, but not all know how to read well, much less offer a useable critique. Following are the first of the ten most important responsibilities of the critical reader:
1. Don’t be Nice, but Do be Good. What’s the difference? “Nice” is telling Aunt Edna the red dress with the polka dots looks Great! Perfect for family portraits! Just perfect! “Good” is gently telling Auntie that polka dots might not be the best idea. Try the yellow dress instead, and has she seen the new gym down the street? Maybe she could take a tour. I probably don’t need to say that telling Edna her rear looks like the toadstool from Alice in Wonderland is neither nice nor good, even if it is true. More

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