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When I imagine a mirage, I think of epic tales of adventure and perilous journeys through the desert where our hero is dangerously lost, hallucinating in th
I was heading to Petaluma from the ~ and just as i was getting out of Sebastapol i did a double take, pulled the car over, made a u-turn, and popped into in hopes it was open (it was late afternoon on a sunday) ~ and it WAS! And it is AMAZING. Appa...
Why Watch? Borrowing Maurice Ravel‘s most famous work as a backdrop, writer/director Dennis Brucks tells a slow-motion fantasy about a young man living through a terrible home life and a young girl living in the wall who helps him escape. Its pace fo...
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The hands are a notorious source of frustration. This section won't concentrate on the muscle structure, since the hand is very complex in this regard, and knowing this won't help much in drawing them. Instead, we'll look at proportions, rang...
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Dear Mr. Watterson is a documentary film that will celebrate and explore the art and impact of Calvin & Hobbes, created by Bill Watterson.
Reviewed by ; Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco and Dorothy Caputo, MA, RN, BC-ADM, CDE, Nurse Planner
Frank R. Paul was an illustrator of US pulp magazines in the science fiction field. He was born in Vienna, Austria... Frank R. Paul was influential in