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Need to be NORMALLY Materialistic
posted by thefinalmiracle - 21st of march, 2010
Ages n' Ages we have been taught by our religions and spiritual gurus to be away from the materialistic world and into our souls. Get away from attachments, desires and just think about god to attain Moksha. For some reason I am realizing... More...
3d renders - illustrations?
posted by heywoody - 17th of february, 2010
OK, it's my first blog and not sure about protocol so any images are my own... It seems strange to me that images created with 3d rendering tools are classed as illustrations when, really, we are talking about setting up an image... More...
Where can you get VirtualPainter?
posted by chinaphoto163 - 21st of march, 2008
Where can you get VirtualPainter? You can get this software VirtualPainter from http://www.virtualpainter5.com, if you want to make some painting picture. You can download the trial version to have a try, and buy it if you... More...
Changing social fabric
posted by shadow69 - 24th of august, 2007
After a bunch of blogs related to photography, I thought I'd try my hand at something else. And as the new assignment is “Communication”, what better subject? Humans have an innate need for communication, and every time there... More...
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