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What is this website?

“rAZing hope” is an enterprise website that brings together many different perspectives on the homelessness issue in Arizona. As the authors, we do not take a side and we do not offer a solution; this website is a compilation of information from reliable sources that we have packaged together to give Arizona residents and the nation a comprehensive look into what the future is for Arizona’s homeless population. 99 more words

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All work and no play

The month of April is a busy one. I am in Lima, working as much (or more) than could be expected of anyone who is gainfully employed full-time. 920 more words

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Digital Experiment

During a different session, there was the ability to experiment with new lighting set ups while looking closely at how the camera has been used within the space, close and distant for example. 316 more words


Best thing on Channel 10!

So Waleed Aly of Channel 10’s The Project has just delivered a sucker punch to our politicians and it’s awesome. When our leaders seem to be both in denial about climate change and in bed with big coal (lets hope not literally) there is a major problem. 173 more words



Drawing above another image is not used purely for the purpose of creating a combined image but as a shortcut to drawing a scene as shown by blogger Jim Leggitt who draws on tracing paper above a reference photograph before adding additional details while being able to keep a “correct” perspective of the prospective design of a space. 81 more words


Word Wars: A New Hope

I’ve been in a writing funk for, gosh, let’s just go ahead and call it three months.

I’d been beating my head against the wall of the edit of my novel and… it’s just so exhausting. 598 more words



For some time I have been thinking about combining a photograph with paint or drawing but unsure what road to take – paint the same object on a photograph, paint a new object on a photograph or simply just splat paint onto a photograph which could prove to be quite a messy process. 340 more words