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Spiritual birth is the result of free choice and we are thus, in a sense, our own parents, creating ourselves as we want to be, freely fashioning ourselves according to the pattern of our choice. ~GREGORY OF NYSSA -via ECUMENICUS https://www.facebook.com/ecumenicus/photos/a.334670414393.148262.326734894393/10155027010614394/?type=3&theater

Spiritual birth is the result of free choice and we are thus, in a sense, our own parents, creating ourselves as we want to be, freely fashioning ourselves according to the pattern of our choice. ~GREGORY OF NYSSA -via ECUMENICUS https://www.facebook.com/ecumenicus/photos/a.334670414393.148262.326734894393/10155027010614394/?type=3&theater

When it was time for photography student Katie Joy Crawford to pick a concept for her senior thesis exhibition, she chose to portray her inner struggl

When it was time for photography student Katie Joy Crawford to pick a concept for her senior thesis exhibition, she chose to portray her inner struggl

19-Year-Old Artist Explores How Appearance Affects Identity - My Modern Metropolis

19-Year-Old Artist Explores How Appearance Affects Identity - My Modern Metropolis

I really like this image. I like how the face is distorted through the glass and i feel like i can use this in my own photography and develop it further by putting drops of food colouring in water and putting that in front of someone's face.

I really like this image. I like how the face is distorted through the glass and i feel like i can use this in my own photography and develop it further by putting drops of food colouring in water and putting that in front of someone's face.

Joan Eardley (1921-63). Scottish painter, whose subjects included the children of the Glasgow slums around her Townhead studio.

Joan Eardley (1921-63). Scottish painter, whose subjects included the children of the Glasgow slums around her Townhead studio.

Veronica Lake 1940, photo by George Hurrell. (PIC 4) I love this image as the highlights and shadows are drastic, which gives a strong and dominant feel to the photo. Therefore making the women in the image important in some way. This is something I am going to consider in my own images as to portray the Hollywood actress as important and well known.

Veronica Lake 1940, photo by George Hurrell. (PIC 4) I love this image as the highlights and shadows are drastic, which gives a strong and dominant feel to the photo. Therefore making the women in the image important in some way. This is something I am going to consider in my own images as to portray the Hollywood actress as important and well known.

This is a very detailed continuous line drawing that unlike my own has colour incorporated in it. I like the attention to the finer details that are left out by a lot of continuous line artists. The shading is shown in this detailing by drawing the outlines of the shadow created. Cross hatch has also been used to create definition between the body and the other elements like hair and clothing.

This is a very detailed continuous line drawing that unlike my own has colour incorporated in it. I like the attention to the finer details that are left out by a lot of continuous line artists. The shading is shown in this detailing by drawing the outlines of the shadow created. Cross hatch has also been used to create definition between the body and the other elements like hair and clothing.

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