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  • Guitar making. Here is the one I did for my daughter. Still my fave. Edit: Would love to here a comment from the person who rated this answer down on Feb. 17, 2008. I would love to hear your justification for rating this as a non-helpful answer.
  • The first is an oil painting. It took me two years to finish. The second is a watercolor in progress, it's further along now. The next two are early colored pencil drawings I did when I was 16 years old, or maybe 17. The last two are bulletin boards I created for my children's school. They were hand drawn on construction paper, cut out, pasted together, and then applied to the board. I did about two dozen of these through the years. Now I wish I had taken pics of all of them. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10-24-08 Update: I've moved into the world of digital art. Kyogre-Stataen http://www.answerbag.com/a_view/1755027 is my inspiration for this new adventure. His work is wonderful. I purchased Photoshop a few months ago, so I am a novice. The three portraits of the women below are my first attempts at painting a piece from scratch with Photoshop. As you can see, they are the same portrait, just altered. Hair, for me, is hard to do at this time, thus the scarf. LOL OK, well the upload feature doesn't seem to be working right now, so I will just post a link to them on Photobucket and try again later. Be sure to click on full view so the image will not be distorted, and thanks for taking a look. http://i161.photobucket.com/albums/t204/retroglide/Hamlin%20Aquarium/scarfmerged.jpg http://i161.photobucket.com/albums/t204/retroglide/Hamlin%20Aquarium/sadness.jpg http://i161.photobucket.com/albums/t204/retroglide/Hamlin%20Aquarium/yester-years.jpg
  • i'm a photographer (it cropped my pictures)
  • Poetry #1 remember now in my haste of leaving you it was not my hatred that betrayed so much as my love of freedom #2 she drank india ink instead of wine... contrary to what one would think it ended up being a fantastic time lived in the country and watched the sun rise for years on end it was all working up to this the perfect bliss in the peachiness of morning skies
  • I write poetry and short stories and draw and paint water colours.
  • My wall, my books, my door, anything that can have something stuck to it and I am there. The wall is an ever working process
  • I crotchet. I make blankets, touques, mits, and slippers.
  • My creative outlet is drama and acting. I'm sorry I can't really share that one with you. But when I'm not acting I usually write, I'm currently working on a story, I'd write out an example from it but I'm not sure what to pick.
  • I have a couple, but my favorite is probably poetry. Here’s one that I wrote a few years ago. Hope you like it. Crying Shame by Patrick D. McCallister (aka Metaphiz) Today I was watching the news You know, no one can sing the blues Like Brokaw, and his college, Ted There was a drive-by today Down in a some suburb of L.A. They didn’t get what they were aiming for But a little girl is dead And Malibu went up in flames The rich traded ashes for fame Someone tried to burn life A mansion got in the way While out there in the desert sticks We sell guns and politics We’ll have to rinse our money of the blood But who says crime doesn’t pay Someone said, “Let’s kill the man on the hill, And we’ll live like kings on his written will But it isn’t even really worth the fuss Because, as it happened before It’ll happen again Another idealist will have a master plan To rule the world when it doesn’t even belong to us So, what do you think of my point of view It’s a high rise vision of sh** made into stew Did it taste better to you When you thought it was a meal Or did you listen to the politically correct With their insipid whining Their signs erect Picket sign reflecting the way they feel It’s a crying shame When our children don’t grow old We’ll be to blame But not to worry the dust will reclaim us by then And we’ll be free While they stay to pay for our sin
  • I crochet too. Here are some shrugs I made for nieces, and a hoodie for my grandson for Christmas a couple years ago.
  • I hate to answer a question twice. LOL I feel compelled to post pics of my son's work. He's 17. They're not traced. He drew them from images off the web.
  • Digital art. Attached: "Tug of War" and "Professor Longhair".
  • I write out the stories that are overcrowding my head, and tell them to the toddlers in the daycare centre i work in. Today i told one to the kids about a farting turtle, and i am thinking of making some drawings to go with it.
  • Mostly photography. I'm not very good at it, I just go out on walks with my cheap little camera and snap shots of whatever happens to catch my eye. #1-A drain dumping into the bayou that runs through my neighborhood. #2-Just an average tree, on an average street corner, with an average stop sign in the background. #3-An abandoned building that used to house a bank in the 70s, but has now been abandoned and neglected for decades. #4-A stair landing in the outdoor walkways of the local baptist church. #5-The cornerpiece of the fence surrounding an old abandoned house.
  • I take photo's and play in photoshop. I love colour and light and textures. I've attached a couple of samples. Hope you like 'em!
  • I host a knitting circle :)
  • Believe this self soothe world aflame with malice, maybe started spinning far too fast to soothe a mournful soul. Silent, if you haven't heard tears echo in their lovely laughter. Voices sweetly singing guarded, tedious by time. Reflecting by the talking trees, the dew streaked grass a slippery seat. "It's almost time for Johnny Jump-ups" someone said so long ago.. ...Voices, so sweet, so tender in their tone. Packed inside my paper suitcase. "How I've loved you, How I've missed you, And how's my baby? So glad you came". Written for my dead grandparents.
  • I sing a little. http://www.midomi.com/index.php?action=main.profile&username=Jenna424 (under the "my recordings" tab)
  • Hi I make messes..ok really I make candles and homemade soap..(I also sew a couple of hours a week) What can I say, I need a lot of creative outlets..
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  • I sing, write poetry and my own songs! I'll post a sample soon, but I don't have time right now! Oh yes, I also give hugs!!!! Here's your coupon!!!! ^_^
  • I love to sing 1 Karaoke is one of my favorite outlets. Sketching, and Calligraphy as well.
  • I build dollhouses in 1" scale
  • I sing professionally, but haven't figured out how to upload stuff. It's mostly long-haired classical stuff. I have been learning to knit. I made this baby blanket for my friend's baby:
  • I cook, bake, sew. I make quilts, mostly more on the contemporary side. I paint and do most crafts, especially ones involving textiles (yarns, fabrics, weaving) I also try to get creative with gardening, and arranging plants and flowers outside, trying to imitate nature though I'm sure i fall short. It's hard to beat mother nature. But mostly I'm a cooking sewing fool:-)
  • I paint, draw and do photography, I also work in computer design.I do a lot of photography, also.The last thing I actually did is a mural on my bathroom wall, and it's almost finished, but not quite: 1: Bathroom Wall(unfinished, acrylic painting) 2: Blue Lady (Acrylic painting) 3: Computer Designed Avatar 4: Iowa Sunset collage (Photographs)
  • 1. Poetry -- example: You can be a beauty queen, Anything you want to be! Just don’t forget that I am there To help you reach the throne. Cold inside your throat, I say, Come on, get it over with; Clean yourself From inside out And twist your gleaming bones. I am snakes and seashell skins, I am happy emptiness, I was always such a perfect Slithering little thing. Hurl your dirty insides out-- Cute little perfectionist; It’s the only possible Way to do them in. 2. Drawing and sometimes painting -- examples:
  • I like photography, mostly I snap pictures of my kids, other peoples' kids, and sometimes I go for a hike and take pictures of nature.
  • I have to say that drawing is one of the many things I hold in my treasures. I won't mind sharing the drawing process. Something that usually still gets into my mind are Pokemon, but also with other uses as well too. I begin first by sketching. I first select the pokemon I wish to draw. I begin using light sketches, then gradually adding the detail. Then comes the color. I carefully select what colors to choose. I don't color everything and I color very soft so that I can program the drawing in the 3rd step. Then comes the programming. First, I carefully scan the picture, about 25 times. From there, I select the drawing with the best quality and details. Then I use the programming using part Photoshop to fix the errors and add more detail. Then I go to a special rendering program to greatly add the detail. If necessary, I go back to Photoshop again to finish the rest of the drawing. The last step, is to sign the picture. I sign it, along with the date. Now I have a cosign, usually backed up with my drawing partner. Anyways, here are many of the posted drawings that I made. There are just some examples to show, along with many others as well. There was this new one I made finished on Thanksgiving. Took me more than 5 weeks to finish, but I got it done. UPDATE on 2/10/08 I have made some better drawings on my own, so I decided to replace some of my old drawings with newer ones. I hope that you would like these new changes. Key *=Cosign with a partner 1.Mightyena and Poochyena 2.Delibird 3.Celebi* 4. Trophuis* 5. Charizard 6. Shaymin* 7. Moltres* 8. Articuno* 9. Lugia* 10. Ho-oh* 11. Arceus and Mew 12. Lucario
  • My prize winning multi-media needlepoint wolf coasters
  • Answering AB Questions (see my profile), writing (see my website at http://www.orangefrogproductions.com/ofp2o_auth_home.shtml, and genealogy research (finding people with mispelled names, etc. - no samples here, sorry!)
  • I write science fiction and erotic-horror fiction. The latter is for adults only (but you can find it easily enough if you google Hungry Guy Stories), but the former is relatively safe at: http://www.bewilderingstories.com/bios/hungryguy_bio.html
  • wow nice job,
  • I will be back with one of my avatar modifications later on today or tomorrow. royal77... My alterations was the TEXT. The third one W_G represents Wichy_Graphics, Wichy is my son Ramon Luis Ayala, he is studying to be a graphic artist, he has one more year to go.
  • Two places....the kitchen..I love to cook and create new dishes. On AB....I love to ask questions that draw a wide range of responses from my AB friend. My most creative outlet/project was, of course, my son! :)
  • Poetry usually, though I like to paint too. My most recent poem is: 'To Beauty' Let me write a song in your hair The words swimming in the ripples Little streams Flowing to the ocean That pours from your belly Drowns me in love'
  • I finally got some pics, but unfortunately most of my 'good' pieces were taken by family. The First one is colored pencil on black paper The 2nd is acrylic paint and clay, painted with only a putty knife The third is a pencil sketch The fourth is another acrylic The fifth is watercolor The sixth & 7th are unfinished sketches in progress The eighth is lithograph (carved linoleum stamp) The ninth is oil
  • Lately I have rediscovered how much fun it is to write! I used to be so into video games, but I never felt good after playing them for hours. Now, I'm finding out (after many years) how good it feels to write creative fiction. You can find some of my stuff over at fanfiction.net. Look me up at: http://www.fanfiction.net/~wheatbread
  • Don't have access to pics at this moment but music and art are my life. I write and play music in a few different styles: www.myspace.com/simianthinktank www.myspace.com/automatronicmusic www.myspace.com/protoloser and you can view some of my digital art and a few pages of the comic I draw for Heritahe Comics in my pictures section at: www.myspace.com/binarylanguage
  • I sing and write lyrics :D www.myspace.com/tarawink the first three are new demos the last one is a couple years older when i was in a phase haha
  • VERY nice work! TRUTH: My fingers get in the way. I "can't even draw a straight line with a ruler!" If you read any of my answers, I pride myself on my ability to write well and on the volunteer work I do. If you read my profile, you noticed I've "been in the trenches". "Been there. Done that." - quite a few times! Thanks for the link to this Q! I enjoyed responding!I'm honored and flattered you added me as a friend! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: Some observations and personal opinions.
  • I mainly do pencil drawings and I only draw women.
  • ... the "healer" side of martial arts ... I teach acupressure massage therapy and how to mix Chinese herbal medicines and spices with meals to help make subtle physiological alterations ... I also like to mimmic the various animals with motion patterns from the "Circle of Animals" ...

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