I used the below image as reference for the drawing. I wish I could find the link, but it is not showing up. I cannot recall what search criteria I used. I only did the first four. After that is is either Barry or Wally in the suit and in all reality the only thing that changed was the style it was drawn in (and lightning bolts / redish engergy aura.)
Good ol’ Microsoft Paint. The standard Microsoft Windows app was most likely the first graphics tool you ever used, but outside of creating a specific style of memes, you’ve probably graduated to more advanced programs like Photoshop or Illustrator. Pat Hines, however, is a Boston artist who could never quite get the hang of Photoshop,…
This is a great mental exercise for the creative person.
Do you believe you have greatness when you create?
I do. Well… I touch greatness, bring it into myself and put it on canvas or paper. I may not feel that I am great, but rather that I am a part of something greater and it will come out in the work.
This is a common sentiment among the comments for this post on doncharisma.com. It makes me wonder if the majority of the art community feels that way. The artist is not great, but the work is.
Anyone else have any thoughts?
I’m often curious as to why sometimes my readers don’t comprehend my quotes the same way that I do. Language, differing cultures and other factors come into play.
There’s plenty of interesting conversations I’ve had – “devils advocate” is quite fun or who knows I might even clarify what I think it means … depends really on how questions are worded and from whom … occasionally I disagree with my own quotes, just to spice things up …
I posted this quote by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer :
«Creativity means believing you have greatness.»
— Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
And two people asked me “Why?” … very good question, I’m sure plenty of creatives have many answers to that question … For me, it makes an interesting writing prompt.
So write away to your heart’s content – in the comments here, on your own blog or do a…
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I removed my cable subscription several years ago. For the same reasons, money and I never watched anything. If you want to watch sports you can check out a sports bar or hang out with a friend.
I do have the same problem with Hulu. I pay, why do I still have to deal with commercials? Pandora Radio gets it, why can’t you. I might even pay a bit more to avoid the commercials.
ANYWAY, if you want to actually watch TV and enjoy it, dump cable and stream. It is amazing.
Like a lot of consumers tired of paying a hundred dollar monthly bill, I cancelled my cable subscription several years ago. Instead I rely on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, all streamed directly to my TV via a tiny Roku. Is it perfect? No, I don’t have any sports access. And I can’t watch live broadcasts.
But nothing’s perfect in life, and my TV setup now is in many ways far superior to the ancient cable box technology still imposed on paying customers by the big service providers. The obvious draw is the price. I’m paying a lot less money for basically the same service. Another advantage is the fact that I decide when to start and stop my programs. I don’t know how everyone else watches TV, but when I still had cable, I felt like the TV was always just on in the background. It…
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I love this idea. Get out of your comfort zone and see what neat stuff happens.
“Harumph,” one TEDster smiled. “Get into a boxing ring.”
“Moonwalk into the theater,” his partner grinned back.
TEDsters don’t usually communicate in commands. But in a lounge on the north side of the theater, where white cushioned couches and espresso machines gleamed over the harbor below, the Target Daring Truth Cafe has turned the latte line into a time for TEDsters to cheekily and anonymously nudge their fellow attendees outside their comfort zones.
Each coffee cup sleeve has a dare written on it. The kicker? The text is written by TEDsters, with a livescribe pen, for unsuspecting cafe visitors to come. Their dare is printed onto the next batch of coffee sleeves, which are stacked next to the milk steamer.
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