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I really love this figure from Bones; it has great movement and shape. I wish I could do the figure justice. This is my second go at it, and it's a bit over worked and ham-fisted. The first go at it was abysmal so I stripped it off completely and started fresh. I struggle a bit with Bones in general, finding that I don't get consistent results with the techniques I know and paints that respond just fine to one figure will not behave on another. I'd certainly love some advice on faces ( as you can see, this one was clumsly handled ) and ideas & techniques for what you'd do differently ( other than the color palette ) to really make this figure stellar.
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I really love this figure from Bones; it has great movement and shape. I wish I could do the figure justice. This is my second go at it, and it's a bit over worked and ham-fisted. The first go at it was abysmal so I stripped it off completely and started fresh. I struggle a bit with Bones in general, finding that I don't get consistent results with the techniques I know and paints that respond just fine to one figure will not behave on another. I'd certainly love some advice on faces ( as you can see, this one was clumsly handled ) and ideas & techniques for what you'd do differently ( other than the color palette ) to really make this figure stellar.
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Newly finisged and ready for some clear coat. I really enjoy this G+ community and decided it was time to share.
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Sharing a bit of recent work. 
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Complete and ready for some clear coat. I've been a lurker on this thread for quite a while and finally got the nerve to share some work. 
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"If the most fundamental definition of design is to solve problems, why are so many people devoting so much energy to solving problems that don’t really exist? " Excellent question. This op-ed is a little thin on the discourse, but references a book that may really dive into it: “Design: The Invention of Desire,” by designer and theorist Jessica Helfand.

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Seriously, we need to make a difference! Choose products that are reusable and choose items with less wasteful packaging. 
Are we turning into the land of waste?

Over the last hundred years, the number of dumps and landfills in the United States has dramatically increased across the country, as seen in the time lapse below, to accommodate the growing population’s garbage disposal needs.

The population-heavy states of California and #Texas are currently facing the greatest problem with landfill-produced methane, but the repercussions of this problem could eventually affect the entire world.

Luckily, now, more than ever, Americans are hopping on the #recycling bandwagon. Last year marked the all-time high for recycling: 34.3 percent of our garbage, or 87.2 million tons, could have ended up in a landfill but didn’t. Bravo, America!

But though recycling has increased in recent years, so has trash generation. More than 60 million plastic bottles still find their way to landfills and incinerators on a daily basis. Six times as many water bottles were thrown away in 2004 than in 1997.

Clearly, there is still work to be done. And you can make a difference.

Read More: http://gplnk.co/29h8i0g
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#HumanSpaceflight image of the week spotlights a decade of plant biology in space. On this day 10 years ago, Space Shuttle #Discovery was launched to the #ISS carrying ESA’s European Modular Cultivation System – a miniature greenhouse to probe how plants grow in weightlessness. From looking at how plants know where to grow roots to how light can influence growth, and how the tips of plant roots bend as they grow, it is a flagship research facility on the orbiting complex.

Read more: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Human_Spaceflight/Research/A_decade_of_plant_biology_in_space

Credit: ESA
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