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Victorhugo //.

Who's next?

After 3 insane days of work, a pizza and 7 beer cans (some people like cofee, I like beer! hehe!), I’ve finished my entry for WE ARE TEKKEN fan-art contest! Instead of making Jin Kazama, Heihachi or even Kazuya, I’ve decided to give a try with Bryan Fury, one of my fav characters (this guy it’s an one man army! heh!)

Not sure if it’s 100% ok, but for I’m really satisfied with the result for an 3 days work. Besides the fire, sky and particles, everything is 3d (and a LOT of retouch! hehe!)

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Broken Light: A Photography Collective

Photo taken by Mira from the midwest; a Registered Art Therapist and Certified Life, Youth & Family Coach. She is 58 years old and struggling with something she calls a “shadow” Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly known as Multiple Personality).
About this photo: I don’t have fully-formed separate personalities, but like the two birch trees in this dark picture, I slip in and out of focus, in and out of the light, the dark. My Others are so much like my main host personality that it’s possible to hide.  I see it in some of my clients, this blurry double.  
My bad days are sloppy and confusing and sometimes terrifying in their shadowy shapes. My good days are filled with creativity and joy as I jump in and out of focus and light.
The bad days.  I wish I could describe the terror of feeling stuck in…

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Francine In Retirement


I live in the city and I like what urban life has to offer.  When some people I know retire from the workforce, here in the United States, they often migrate to Florida for the weather or Arizona for health reasons.  

If I could, I would move to the beautiful landscapes of the country.  Not to work on a farm or grow my own food, but to enjoy the splendor of nature and the slower pace of life.

Yesterday I traveled to Sugercreek in the state of Ohio where there is a large population of Amish farmlands that dot the countryside.  Below are some examples.


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