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Tattoo Cover Up Advice

Tattoo is a permanent mark on the body for life. However, it can be removed by laser and often it can be changed or covered, but not always!

Tattoo can be covered if it is old and faded. Fresh tattoo ink is too strong to be covered with colours, so the best option is black. If the tattoo is quite small and you want to cover it with a bigger tattoo- then there is no problem. The only thing you need to do is to find a right artist, one who enjoys doing cover ups and has a portfolio with lots of them in it. You may go to the nearest or cheapest shop, they will say that they will do it for you and it will be cheap. But you know what happens next, don’t you? You end up having a bigger tattoo to worry about that is not easy to cover anymore! Best cover up tattoo advice I can give you: Find somebody who knows what they are doing and follow his advice!

A tattoo is OK to cover with color if the image is faded and is at least 8-10 years old. Fresh tattoo ink can be covered with black over it only. If somebody tells you that they can cover black with red- beware!

The colors that work best as a cover up are blues and browns, not reds, oranges or yellows…

The new tattoo will always be bigger than old one. Otherwise the corners would be sticking out or you would end up with black square. I doubt that this is what you want! A good sign of a successful cover up is when no one can tell that it is a cover up at all. If you see some lines showing through or corners sticking out- you will know that something was underneath and other people will notice that too! And you will still get asked “what was there?” A good cover up looks as though there was nothing there before.

If you choose your tattoo wisely you will not need to worry about cover-ups. Do not get something that in the future you may want to change. Girlfriends/ Boyfriends and Husbands/ Wives names are the biggest danger if it’s even in Chinese or Arabic. The ex is gone and the name stays! How many times have you seen that? There are no guaranties in life what concern your love life. Another thing to avoid is fashion! Notice what the most popular tattoo is and do not get it. What was popular ten years ago looks silly now. So will this year’s too sooner or later. Good idea is to ask your tattooist for information on what is the most popular. (I tell you one word- “stars”).

The main tattoo cover up advice I can give you is this: choose what you want to get and find a person who is good at covering up tattoos. They will be honest with you and tell you what works and what doesn’t. If there are no cover ups in the artist’s portfolio it is better to find somebody else who does have pictures of successful work rather than being a canvas for experiments. Remember, your ideas may not work so be open for suggestions. The most important thing here is to get the mess sorted and replaced with something that you will enjoy. Do not think that you old tattoo can be covered with anything just as long as it is covered! It has got to be something that you like. You will have to live with it.

In some cases tattoos can not be covered and laser treatment is the only option. It is well worth to go for a few sessions and make your tattoo fade until it can be covered with anew one. In the end you will be happy with the result!

Choose careful and think before you get inked!



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Loạt Ảnh 3D mới gây SỬNG SỐT toàn thế giới – Most Amazing 3D Street Art



Loạt Ảnh 3D mới gây SỬNG SỐT toàn thế giới – Most Amazing 3D Street Art
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Loạt tranh 3D nghệ thuật đường phố ấn tượng, tranh 3d sửng sốt toàn thế giới, những bức tranh 3d đẹp gây kinh ngạc cho mọi người

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Close II – Antony Gormley

Close II - Antony Gormley

Centro de Arte Moderna da Gulbenkian (CAM), Lisbon, Portugal

Antony Gormley

Close II, 1993

Escultura
Ar, Chumbo, Fibra de vidro e Gesso

A representação escultórica da figura humana no Ocidente foi repensada no trabalho inovador e idiossincrático de Antony Gormley, que quebrou as fronteiras entre espaço privado e espaço público. Nas esculturas de Gormley, o corpo é liberto dos seus confins biomórficos, solto dos constrangimentos do género ou da raça, e torna-se um “lugar” que carrega o cunho da experiência pessoal, subjectiva. Embora bem longe do corpo individual como memória, o trabalho de Gormley traça também a memória colectiva da humanidade, a História e a tradição dos seus povos. As figuras que cria contam a história da viagem metafísica do Homem ao longo da vida, através da História e Religião, oferecendo também o testemunho da experiência do quotidiano. A escultura britânica dos anos 80 foi um cruzamento entre o abstracto e o figurativo. A sobrevivência histórica do readymade, influência da Pop Art importada dos Estados Unidos da América, foi uma importante premissa no trabalho de um grande número de artistas britânicos que adoptaram o uso de objectos industriais e do dia-a-dia.

Contudo, Gormley optou por uma espécie de escultura “clássica” figurativa, investindo as suas obras de novas qualidades espirituais e físicas, dando-lhes um cunho pessoal: a partir de 1981, o artista começou a usar o seu próprio corpo como matriz do seu trabalho, transformando-o no meio através do qual o processo criativo se completa, um molde que contém a forma mental e que posteriormente se “transforma” em escultura.

Os trabalhos de Gormley desenvolvem-se de forma dinâmica no espaço e parecem suspensos entre movimento e imobilidade. Close II é um destes casos. Uma figura humana está deitada de face para o chão, os braços e as pernas abertos. Este volume biométrico do molde de gesso, compactado com fibra de vidro e coberto por uma camada de chumbo, brilha suavemente e tem a aparência de algo valioso. A partir de 1990, muitos dos trabalhos de Gormley parecem exprimir uma preocupação explícita com a relação directa do homem com a terra. Em Close II, o homem torna-se canal de passagem de energia, é ele próprio o resultado de uma performance, um ritual cerimonial que imprime a memória do movimento na forma escultórica. As figuras de Gormley, carregam frequentemente a marca do inesperado, e invocam a ideia de “acaso” tão procurada pelo automatismo dadaísta e surrealista. Ambiguidade e ironia, o inesperado, o acaso e o metafísico, todos têm lugar neste volume rígido e compacto, que parece invadir o nosso espaço pessoal e quotidiano. Existe um aspecto profundamente místico no trabalho de Gormley. Esta obra, parece muitas vezes falar do silêncio e do mistério metafísico definido nas tradições religiosas do Budismo ou do Hinduísmo, que o artista explorou em profundidade, sobretudo durante a primeira metade dos anos 70.

Margarita Kataga
Maio de 2010

BIOGRAFIA

Antony Gormley interessa-se pela escultura da figura humana, factor determinante em toda a sua obra. Faz uso do seu próprio corpo como molde e matéria para as suas esculturas, encarando o corpo humano como espaço de memória e constante transformação. A partir da década de 90, o artista britânico começa a realizar instalações de escala quase gigantesca como forma de reflexão sobre a condição humana. Encontramos esta preocupação reflectida em diversas séries como Critical Mass, Another Place e Inside Australia, embora seja na série Field (1991-2003) que esta preocupação humanista do artista aparece retratada de forma mais directa.

Gormley afirma que queria trabalhar com pessoas sobre o futuro e a responsabilidade de cada ser humano na construção de um futuro comum. Realizou esta série em cinco locais do mundo: as esculturas resultam do trabalho de diversas populações rurais, a que o artista entregou uma bola de barro pedindo-lhes apenas que lhes fizessem olhos. O resultado foram várias instalações em que o observador é confrontado, ao entrar na sala de exposição, com milhares de minúsculas personagens, criando uma massa intensa de olhares à qual é impossível ficar indiferente, impedindo-o, assim, de aceder à sala.

Nos seus trabalhos mais recentes abandona o volume e a massa em prol da leveza de campos e vectores energéticos, como em Blind Light, Domain (veja-se Domain — Brendan Toole (XXXXVIIII), 2004, na colecção do CAM) e Another Singularity. Antony Gormley procura diminuir a ponte entre a vida e a arte; não quer uma leitura utópica da sua escultura.

Realizou a sua primeira exposição individual em 1981 na Serpentine Gallery e Whitechapel Gallery, Londres. Desde então expus em galerias e museus como a Tate, o British Museum e a White Cube, Londres, a Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, o Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, o Kölnischer Kunstverein, Alemanha e o Musée d’Art Moderne St. Etienne, França. Em 2007 realizou a sua maior exposição individual, Blind Light, na Hayward Gallery, Londres. Participou na Bienal de Veneza de 1986 e na Documenta 8, em 1987. Recebeu os prémios Turner, 1994 e o prémio de escultura Bernhard Heiliger Award, 2007. Foi Ordenado Cavaleiro pela Coroa Britânica em 1997.

JSH
Maio de 2010

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How to Make a Vintage Pop Art Pendant Necklace – silver oval bezel necklace – Kraft Fun tutorial



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Make your own Vintage Pop Art Designer Oval Pendant in just 5 easy steps. Have a look at this great How to make Pop Art Design pendant necklace video tutorial that makes us of craft supplies – round bezel tray and glass round shaped cabochon, finished with a ball chain necklace. This great example of tile jewelry is what comes with your Kraft Fun Jewelry Kit for Girls and adults. This jewellery kit is ideal for beginners and kids. The kit comes with all the jewelry findings and craft supplies needed to make your very own jewelry pendants as well as 270 graphic images on printed collage sheets. Choose a design or create your own pendant artwork. A great birthday gift , Christmas gift for Girls and

Make your own jewelry pendants, our new and improved jewellery kit comes with everything you need to get started. We have listened to your great suggestions and created one of the best jewelry sets. We have combined all the great graphics you love into one super cool craft jewelry kit. You can now choose from 270 printed graphics from 18 different art styles sheets, Abstract Art, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Hearts, Modern Art, Dogs, Cats, Romantic Cities and many more. We have even supplied a blank template for hearts, ovals and circles where you can draw or paint your own artwork and personalise your own pendants. Remember that you can also use your own photos and pictures to further enhance your pendant jewelry into a photo jewelry pendant ideal for personalized family and friend birthday and Christmas gifts.

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Instructions
Before starting make sure that you have a clear work space and that you have a craft apron or old work clothes on, as you will be working with glue. Watch the instruction videos online.
You can use any of the 270 printed images supplied in your kit, or print your own images onto Heavyweight Matte Paper or simply make your own artwork using our template on page 20.
First prepare the steel trays/bezels by pre-sealing them with a thin coat of the glue provided, (do NOT shake the bottle or you will get air bubbles) allowing this to dry thoroughly. This will prevent the ink from ‘bleeding’ from your images when you glue the glass into the Steel trays later (see video for more info).
Choose an image & roughly cut it out from the sheet using a pair of scissors (you will neaten the edges later).
Use the glue provided and place a large puddle of glue (+/0.5inch diameter) in the center of the image. Tip: (Practice on a blank sheet before using your chosen image). Tip: (do NOT shake the bottle )
Carefully place your glass tile (flat side down) on top of the image. Slide the glass tile around in a circular motion over the image to spread the glue and remove any bubbles, then press firmly to bond with the glue. Do not attempt to move the glass once it has started bonding. Tip: If you are not happy with the image or you have too many air bubbles then quickly rinse the glass cabochon under water to remove glue and image.
Leave for at least 24 hours to dry, then cut image to shape of glass, using scissors
Carefully scrape off any excess glue from around the edges and tops of the glass tile.
Spread a small amount of glue on the inside of the tray in a zigzag pattern. Carefully place your prepared glass tile with the image facing up in the glue in the tray. Gently push into place with your fingers and leave for at least one hour to set.
Thread either the chain or cord through the bail and you have a beautiful pendant ready to wear
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Poker Hand Rankings

Before beginning to play poker, it’s important to have a working knowledge of poker hand rankings. This is the list that places all of the possible poker hands in value order from Royal Flush to High Card. Knowing this information is key to beginning a poker career successfully. Players who are learning how to play poker must not only memorize this list, but also understand which cards comprise each hand ranking. Securing this information is the best way to begin a career in both casino poker and internet poker, as it applies to every type of poker game from high stakes poker to free online poker.

There are a total of 10 different poker hands. According to the poker rules, each of these poker hands has a specific value and a specific place in the poker hand hierarchy. The values assigned to each hand are determined by the difficulty in obtaining the hand. Some hands, like the High Card, are quite easy to make. Every player has a chance to win this hand as it requires no complicated pattern, but simply a possession of the table’s highest card. Other hands, such as the high-ranking Full House, are much more difficult to make. They are thus assigned a higher value and placed above easier hands in the hierarchy.

At the bottom of the list is High Card, which a player can win in the absence of a higher 5-card hand. Just above High Card is a single Pair, two cards with the same value, such as 4-4. If two players have a Pair, then the higher-value pair trumps the lower-value pair in a poker game.

Holding Two Pair gives a player more weight in the game as it is one step higher than Pair. Two Pair means that a player holds two different pairs, such as 3-3 and J-J, in the same 5-card hand. Three of a Kind is ranked just above Two Pair; it is a hand consisting of three cards of the same value, such as 7-7-7.

Next in the order of poker hands is a Straight. A Straight is a series of five consecutive cards of any suit, for example 9-10-J-Q-K. A Straight is a difficult hand to obtain and carries with it an interesting poker strategy depending on the poker variation at play. In community card games like Texas Hold’Em poker, for example, receiving a Straight means using three of the five community cards on the table with the full knowledge that any other player may use the same cards to make the same, or an even higher, Straight.

Just above a Straight is a Flush, five cards of the same suit. Next is a Full House, which consists of one Pair and Three of a Kind, followed by Four of a Kind, four cards of the same value. A Straight Flush, a combination of a Flush and a Straight, is the second-highest hand on the list, followed by the unbeatable Royal Flush, a suited A-K-Q-J-10.



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