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Away on SaturdayI don't really know how muchyou care, but I thought I should let you know that I'll be away on Staruday for almost whole day. I doubt I'll get online when I get home, and I know that I won't be online at all while I'm on the trip.
Anyway, I'm going with my parents and grandpa on a little shopping trip in Leibnitz (Austria). While they're gonna buy their stuff, I'm probably gonna look for new drawing supplies and stuff. I'm really excited about it 'cause I haven't been out of Croatia for 2 years now (since grandma passed away).
The trip to there takes about 3 hours, so I need to pick a book to read in the car, and update my music on my phone.
I'm gonna miss you all.
Hope you'll have a great rest of the week.
I'm going slightly mad
The Nun by schneeweiss-blutrotHush! by Edward-Jekyll
Mad Harlequin by Chuchy5
The Mad Hatter's Serenade by merzhin
i'll keep it short, but it's still importantI'm not gonna go into details because it's kind of complicated and hard to explain in English. So the short version is, I lost myinternship chance at the nursing home. There were some complications with some paperwork and because of that I can't get my internship there. I'm not sure who's more angry at the people who were in charge with that paperwork - me or the director of the nursing home. Anyway, I got payed for the week I worked there, but that's about it. Didn't get too much but it could've been worse.
The worst part is, I feel like I'm back at the beginning, like I'm not moving anywhere. This job was supposed to get me back on track with my life, and now it just feels like it wasn't meant to be, like I'll be stuck in the same place forever.
Now, please don't feel pity for me, I don't want nor need that, it's not helpful, but only makes me feel even worse.
But look on the bright side - I'll have more time to get back into art. hahahah //facewall
It was nice while it lasted. I rea
a little update on my lifeI'll keep it short because I'm dead tired and it's really hot. OTL
I GOT A JOB! Today was my first day and it was so fucking AWESOME!!! :icondummyexcitedplz:
The people that work there are really nice.
I'm working as a cook in a really fancy nursing home. I'm not a big fan of old people, but I don't interact too much with them so it's cool.
It's also surrounded with nature, lots of trees and shit.
Anyway, how are you guys? What'd I miss since I last wrote a journal?
I really miss you.
hmmm..I guess my inactivity has seriously crossed the line.. Sorry guys, I'll make it up to you.. Soon. But first I have to reply to some notes, two of them being commissions. //facewall
In other news, I have finally moved to my grandpa's house. Still looking for a job tho. //sobs in a corner
It's hot here. //dies
I miss you guys. Love you. Stay safe.
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Basic CSS Style GuideIntroduction
CSS is a style language used to define the style and formatting of web pages. It is used in conjunction with HTML.
If we think of HTML as the building blocks of the web then, essentially, CSS is the painter and decorator. Very simply, HTML defines the structure of the page and CSS defines the style.
What I'll be helping you with here is getting to grips with the basics of CSS. I'll be explaining how use CSS as well as providing a number of examples that you can use to style your own web pages and journals. All you need to do is copy/paste the code and replace the sample text with your own content. Along with the quick reference I've also written a brief glossary of terms and provided a list of useful links in case you wish to do some further reading.
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Ten Portrait Photography TipsPeople & Portrait Photography
Check your Angles
Avoid unflattering angles, don't frame your model with their arms or legs chopped off unless it works for the image. If in doubt, fully frame them and do the chopping afterwards in post-processing! Don't forget to check that the tops of their heads and their feet are in focus. Missing feet are disconcerting!
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