Do I should hire a professional designer to create my ad just for me? Hell No!!! Designing is a learned craft and of course I do believe that everyone has creativity. What most pro-designers (defined as anyone who writes an advertisement for now, lol) do is... dig and cultivate their insane creativity.


Who wins?Metal or rock?For me — there is no battle. Metal is just rock with a bit more distortion and attitude. And the guy that “embodies that” the most is none other than Jack Frost.He’s like a metal god with a touch of motivational speaker. Here’s some cool lessons from him showingyou one of Van Halen’s secrets: EPIC RHYTHM SECRETS.


I like CorelDraw except for this, and this could be the deciding factor as this is such an important tool. If anyone could tell me or point me in the right direction to making the CorelDraw pen tool just as flexible as the painting in white blank ordinary paper just like in school, especially (or) in this reguard...

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Friday, February 27, 2009

World Art2

This is some object not found in Internet... but you can get it here... lmao!

Just kidding.. again and again I'm gonna say to you that all of these dolls aren't made by me... It's not my creation, friendly speaking :D:D:D... "If it happens once, it can happen again,"

I just collected it for my own pleasure... it nice effect that you can apply with some Pen Shape Tool.. believe me.. it just made up by that Tool... the trick is goona come out lil' later... just wait up fellas!!!

See the similarity of this kinda pic here (Diara, the green one)!

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Saturday, February 21, 2009

World Art1

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