The other day on route to my job I was listening to the radio. Power 106 where hip-hop doesn’t live. After one the trendy songs they repeat multiple times every day a commercial aired informing listeners that vaping is dangerous and kids are doing it and that that particular organization is against it and trying to prevent it. The sick shit is that rather than inform and or deter kids from vaping the commercial probably sparks their curiosity.
The commercial includes a kid or a couple of kids talking about the different flavors and one of the kids even mentions his favorites. Come on. If trying to prevent kids from vaping is it necessary to mention that there are different flavors? Is it necessary for the one kid to tell the audience which flavors are his favorite?
To me the commercial sounds more like some sort of backwards advertising. A clever ploy to actually get more people and kids to vape.
When I’m home, mostly in my tiny studio, there is always music playing. A variety of “genres” sometimes in languages I can’t understand – doesn’t matter. If my inner Self, Spirit, Soul, what ever you want to call it, if it dances I listen. Because I like my music loud, I use a headset. The less I hear of the outside world the better.
The playlist below is my current accompaniment.
Photoshop is a huge program so you can imagine the keyboard shortcuts are many. If you’re interested in learning these keys I found them in pdf format, four pages with each page containing a hundred or more shortcuts, I think every possible key is listed. – to download the file or print from screen click here Trevor Morris Photographics
Video of a project I’ll be getting back to soon. The software is called ZBrush.
Aside from many books like the one below you can visit ZBrushClassroom to get started. In this book 50 artists briefly describe their ‘Inspiration & Ideas, Toolkit, and Sculpting Workflow. The program is available for both Windows and Mac users. It’s an amazing program used by professionals in the film, animation, medical, jewelry and toy idustries. Clicking on the links below will take you to Amazon.com.