Lombi asked this question on the artcone forums: Everything seems to be in order now … the buttons are squeaky new, the bottom interface is redone, so are the forum icons :}
Lombi asked this question on the artcone forums: Picky people pick Peter Pan Peanut Butter.
Peter Pan Peanut is the peanut picky people pick.
RedTribe asked this question on the artcone forums: I’m thinking of getting a booth at an Arts and Crafts Fair in my local town. I will have paintings, drawings and possibly some other pieces (pottery, clay works), perhaps some graphic design works. Considering sizes, detail, etc, what would be some fair prices for paintings, drawings etc? Also, I plan on just framing them with foamboard or regular matboard, this way the customer has the choice of an actual frame (metal, wood or whatever), to go with their home decor. Would that work well? Any other tips would be really helpful, as this would be my first time doing this, other than face painting at another fair! lol Thanks for all your thoughts everyone
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Chipps asked this question on the artcone forums: Are there any amatuer photographers who done their own 35mm developing and printing and now changed over to digital printing,still holding onto their enlargers,developing tanks etc also do you agree that 35mm dev/printing was more rewarding and more satisfying than digital,
PhotoMom25 asked this question on the artcone forums: Me and my friend call him Jack Job
BabyDoll asked this question on the artcone forums: I’ve seen how many people seem to resent the use of CGI in films. Whether it’s live action or animated films I’ve heard the phrase “just a lot of special effects” or “showcases special effects” or “too much CGI”. I bet these are the same people who have absolutely know practice nor knowledge in creating CG art. I myself have been doing computer animation for years and I still haven’t matched the quality of work done by professionals in the film industry. I’ve always found it easier to go out with my camera and film real places and people rather than create everything in the computer from scratch and make it just as good. People just don’t seem to realise how difficult it is to make good CG nor the skill required. They seem to think it’s all easy. If it were easy then why would so much of the CGI in many films end up looking fake like they do? I just find it a shame that people simply reject the use of CGI in films and don’t appreciate the talent and hard work that goes into it.