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  • Advantages of Projector in Home Theatre Environment

    by Emily clarke
    As you may review, the motion pictures planned for films and TV projects were for TV. With internet spilling administrations with new shows and new motion pictures each day, there is a superior method to see them in the solace of your home, particularly through a home theater framework. Is it accurate to say that you are arranging a projection for your home venue in this specific circumstance? If not, you ought to be. Obviously, extra large flat screen televisions can be a show, yet that doesn't... more
  • Why Pakistani Dresses Look such Awesome!

    by jimmy Malik
    Nations like Pakistan faces bunches of financial, political and different sorts of obstacles. One of the most expanding issues is the present quickly changing fashion patterns. It sounds peculiar however it is genuine on the grounds that the expenses of adjusting to most recent fashion patterns are very high, hence, it is troublesome for underdeveloped nations like Pakistan to manage the cost of fashion in our day by day life. Be that as it may, no part of life let it be monetary, social, religi... more
  • Important Equipment that Makes Your Event Successful

    by Emily clarke
    When planning a corporate event, identify the most relevant entities based on your strategy, your guests and internal stakeholders. Everyone probably has unique wishes. Therefore, it is important that you know what the different units are and what really matters to your event. Here is some important equipment for you that will help you to make your event more amazing and successful: Projectors and Screens: Depending on the location and format of the event, you need a series of screens to dis... more
  • Chickens! Illustrated Chicken Breeds A to Z Coloring Book

    by Sarah Rosedahl
    A companion to the popular "Chickens! Illustrated Chicken Breeds A to Z", the Chicken Coloring Book includes over 40 pages of chicken breeds, decorative chickens, friends and foes. This coloring book is created in the same whimsical style as "Chickens!" and is designed for chicken lovers of all ages. Use this book as an educational tool, research chicken breeds, learn about their colors and patterns, create your own Zentangle patterns or just have fun coloring!
  • Nietzsche in Shapes and Colors

    by Theresa Vishnevetskaya
  • The Artist Who Loved Cats: The Inspiring Tale of Theophile Steinlen

    by Susan S Bernardo

    The Artist Who Loved Cats is a rhyming picture book biography of artist Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen, the creator of iconic French "Chat Noir" posters.

    When Antoinette notices a little bronze cat in the window of her favorite Parisian antique store, she begs the shopkeeper Monsieur Arvieux and his clever cat Noir to tell her all about the artist. Steinlen moved to Paris in 1881 to pursue his artistic dreams, ultimately creating not just the iconi... more

  • Bringing a Picture to Life: The Seven Elements of Art

    by Katie Madison
    In the book, Courageous Kate and Super Joe have an assignment to create a picture of their favorite destination. To start, they think about all the different things that go into a picture and describe them as they go along, with the words of the components bolded to stand out. Throughout the story, the characters discuss each of the seven elements – line, shapes, color, value, texture, space and form – with all of them summarized at the end, to show how they work together to create unity.
  • Los Angeles En Plein Air

    by Daniel Van
    A collection of pastime Plein Air paintings of Los Angeles by an engineer over a couple decades. Using oil, acrylic, watercolor, and ink, these paintings loosely depicted Los Angeles and the surrounding suburbs, from China town of downtown, to the valley cities of Pasadena and Glendora, to the beach towns of Manhattan Beach, Malibu, Laguna, etc,... all from the eyes of a local resident who loved this city of eternal sunshine.
  • Sketches of Europe

    by Daniel Van
    A collection of pastime sketches and paintings of an American engineer working in Europe, from pencil, to watercolor, oil and acrylic covering mostly Western Europe, from Belgium to France, Germany, Italy and Spain, and Scandinavia.
  • Sketches of Japan: A Visual Diary

    by Daniel Van
    Growing up with the fascination about Japan, the author finally got a chance to come to the land of his curiosity. Every details of this new world continued to enchant his imagination as time went by, so much that he must capture them onto his sketch pads, and canvases. This book is the first volume of a collection of many sketches and drawings of daily life in Japan not from the view of a passer-by, or a tourist, but by an engineer living and working on-site.
  • How to Draw for Children and Young Adults: Supercharacters

    by Earl Phelps
    All you need is a pencil and paper to start drawing. I drew everything in this book free hand, using only pencils. I did not use any type of rulers or circles for my drawings, but you can if you choose to. You can learn how to draw your own Supercharacters with these simple step-by-step illustrations. Anyone can learn from this book, from ages 8 to 108. It’s all about just putting together circles, squares and lines. This book is so simple that the illustrations alone will guide you throug... more
  • How to Draw for Children and Young Adults: Animals

    by Earl Phelps
    All you need is a pencil and paper to start drawing. I drew everything in this book free hand, using only pencils. I did not use any type of rulers or circles for my drawings, but you can if you choose to. You can learn how to draw animals from around the world with these simple step-by-step illustrations. Anyone can learn from this book, from ages 8 to 108. It’s all about just putting together circles, squares and lines. This book is so simple that the illustrations alone will guide you... more
  • Guitar for Kids

    by Gareth Evans
  • 7 Ways to Organize Your Home Effectively

    by Sophia Addison
    Who likes to live in a messy and cluttered home? Here are some great tips to organize your home and make it look like a little sliver of heaven.

    Sort Everything by Colour

    If your family is dealing with a lot of papers like every other family, you will have to get them organized in a way that you can access them often. Come up with a color coding system that helps you arrange the documents neatly and effectively. You can assign different categories to each color. Ca... more
  • Madison Explores Paint

    by Sabrena Bishop and Madison Bishop
  • Indian Mythology: The Ultimate Character Encyclopedia

    by Pradeep Sanjeev

    Fully illustrated encyclopedia to the characters from the three epics of India, THE RAMAYANA, THE BHAGAVATA, and THE MAHABHARATA.

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