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    Okay, I don't know what to make of this thread...

    Okay, I don't know what to make of this thread anymore.
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    You forgot to mention the inherent dualism of the...

    You forgot to mention the inherent dualism of the juxtaposition of organic and inorganic forms in both images, symbolizing the tyranny of thought as an inherent condition of post-industrial feminism.
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    Science s.ketch: I don't think they'll take kindly to...

    s.ketch: I don't think they'll take kindly to anyone digging there. I'm not even sure if I'm allowed to keep the tool I found just laying there. :-)

    A friend of mine who is an archaeologist told...
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    Science Still about the Tswaing crater. There had been...

    Still about the Tswaing crater. There had been people living there for at least the past 150 000 years. I found this small stone tool there:

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  5. I consider anything and everything I put online...

    I consider anything and everything I put online to be, in effect, in the public domain. If you don't want something to be taken, do not put it online. This is now the practical reality, whatever the...
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    Science s.ketch: Pretty cool stuff. I am also an...

    s.ketch: Pretty cool stuff. I am also an enthusiastic sky watcher. When I was a kid I wanted to be an astronomer, but I am way too dumb for it, I fear. :-) Carl Sagan was nevertheless one of my first...
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    Science s.ketch: Pretty cool stuff. I am also an...

    s.ketch: Pretty cool stuff. I am also an enthusiastic sky watcher. When I was a kid I wanted to be an astronomer, but I am way too dumb for it, I fear. :-) Carl Sagan was nevertheless one of my first...
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    Science Photos I took a few days ago. I took some friends...

    Photos I took a few days ago. I took some friends to Tswaing Crater, north of Pretoria. It's about 220 000 years old, and one of the few well-preserved impact craters on earth.

    View over the...
  9. Those things are supposed to help to train your...

    Those things are supposed to help to train your eye, but I never could get the hang of them. My proportions always come out much worse when I try to use a proportional divider than when I just...
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    I never knew about the Gamesmaster thing. But I...

    I never knew about the Gamesmaster thing. But I had one of his astronomy books when I was a kid, and it was a thing of beauty. It played a significant role in shaping my interest in astronomy in...
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    As bcarman said, please start a sketchbook thread...

    As bcarman said, please start a sketchbook thread and post some of your work. You'll get much good advice from some very accomplished artists on this board, but they'll have to see your work first.
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    What, a movie about America getting invaded and...

    What, a movie about America getting invaded and Chuck Norris is not in it? That's just wrong, man.
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    Sounds pretty much like South Africa. ...

    Sounds pretty much like South Africa.



    Sounds pretty much like South Africa. :-)

    Except of course that, when they strike here, they don't just strike. They also burn down what little...
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    SketchBook: Thanks for the vote of confidence. Rather...

    Thanks for the vote of confidence. Rather annoyingly, I have a busy week coming up, but after that I will hopefully be able to get back to drawing.
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    Yup, I find that without all the frantic...

    Yup, I find that without all the frantic gift-shopping, I get much closer to my family and friends, and end up actually feeling more of the traditional Christmas spirit.
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    Arenhaus: Yes. I never had a teacher and only...

    Arenhaus: Yes. I never had a teacher and only found out that sort of thing recently. I started out with the rather naive belief that art is basically a process of copying photos, and that the more...
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    For the past few years I mostly just made...

    For the past few years I mostly just made donations to charity, and made it clear to family and friends that this would be all. This year I cannot even afford the charity thing. I'll try to make time...
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    I don't have advice, but I can commiserate,...

    I don't have advice, but I can commiserate, because I have that exact same problem, not just with drapery but with any complex patterns. What I notice with the ones I have the most problems with is...
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    All very funny and creative suggestions, but...

    All very funny and creative suggestions, but alas, money wasting ministries don't do even that. Apart from the usual suspects of corruption and larceny, they probably spent all the money on reports...
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    Alas, they never do. Just a year or two and the...

    Alas, they never do. Just a year or two and the next date for the end of the world will be set, and we'll go through the whole thing again, with probably the same bunch of people too. Rinse and...
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    I don't have any book recommendations, but do go have a look at Gandalf's Gallery here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gandalfsgallery/

    Very high quality scans of a variety of paintings, including...
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    Yup, and in practice it means spending six weeks...

    Yup, and in practice it means spending six weeks reproducing a simple line drawing, to absolute perfection. :-)
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    It's funny you should mention comic books. I have...

    It's funny you should mention comic books. I have rather the same kind of problem as the OP. I have never been able to produce any really polished work, and I am also not really sure why. Perhaps I...
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    Science VK: I'm a huge Feynman fan. By which I mean not...

    VK: I'm a huge Feynman fan. By which I mean not so much his scientific work, of which I don't understand a word, as his colourful life. Someone (can't remember who) once said that Feynman acted as if...
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    Apart from epistemology, philosophy has about as...

    Apart from epistemology, philosophy has about as much utility to me as the proverbial bicycle to a fish. Yet I keep on indulging in it. Perhaps it's addictive and should be banned.
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