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Love this book! Love how it is written without all the fancy creative theory crap. It's so relatable! And so inspiring to see that even popular and amazing creatives like Questlove have creative blocks too. He gives some very usable tip and hints too. It's a amazing book for everyone, not just creatives since you can apply his tip and experiences to anybody starting anything new. Thanks Quest!
I know creativity is highly applicable accross fields, but, as a writer, I wasn't sure how much I would be able to relate to a musician's experience when I saw this book recommended on the www service of an author I respect. I enjoyed the read tremendously and Questlove reached my heart and blew a wind of renewal into my own creativity. And yes, lots of musical references but Q created them not only interesting, but relevant to readers in any creative profession. Read the book. Much love.
Super interesting read by a very creative mind and special personality. I am a huge Questlove fan and amateur drummer. I love reading about his approaches to creativity in music, writing, inventing, food, etc. It's amazing meal for thought for any person wanting to be more creative. Bravo!
I bought this book for my son, a musician and poet, who had just suffered a large crisis in his life. He called me and shared that he had nothing left to give; he was just a burden. I had just watched Quest's interview on Fallon about his recent book and sent it to my son. He called latest night to say that he'd just finished the book - couldn't place it down. The words from Quest had inspired him to move forward, to search a fresh light. He told me that he frequently reads several books at once; gets to a boring spot and moves to another book but this book grabbed him from the beginning and held on. He started listening to the Roots melody while reading the book and for the first time in a while, my son had an energy to his voice. I haven't read the book, but for Quest's words to so inspire my son that he is seeing joy again, he's writing melody again, he's finding a method forward, well, I can't thank Quest enough. My son said - I didn't think I would live this long (he's 27 - for those who understand the significance of that age - you know how hard I pray for him each day) and now he's thinking about a plan beyond this minute. So bravo, Quest Love. Thank you from the bottom of this mother's heart.
Amazing read to obtain insight and tip on collaborative relationships! Love his life/work/relationship stores! First chapter takes some patience to stay with it but rest of read is worth it! Some redundancy in ideas and probably could have been consolidated into a shorter book. Really love the idea that ideas and inspiration can come from everywhere, you just have be begin to receiving it(my interpretation anyway:) Thanks Quest!
There’s plenty of thought provoking material here but it’s not all substantial. I was excited to read this, even bought it as a bonus for some mates before I had cracked the cover. That said, I stalled out about halfway through due to the repetitive industry name dropping and tough-to-follow rambling. Also, listening to the audio book, which has some interesting musical segues ala Radiolab, I can’t support but think Quest sounds “busy-bored”. Like he’s arrived and all the real challenges he’ll face in this life are behind him; now he just has to hold up with his overcrowded schedule.
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Unbelievable book for any non-beginner artist! The book is going to assume you know about anatomy, body ratios, etc. and dives into helpful lessons on lighting/shading, realism versus image realism, and composition. Some of the lessons are a tad outdated, but most stand the try of time and are necessary to any artist. I definitely will recommend this to any my artist friends.
All of Andrew Loomis' books are perfect and this is a broad ranging one that will vest the reader with hours of practice and study. Obtain these primary studies down with practice & understanding and you'll have a amazing basis for your own creativity even if its with a digital media rather than pencil or brush. Watch the video review as I did and you'll see sections on perspective & composition including what I call visual dynamics or in other words how to use composition to make a basis for the primary "mood" of your work. Is it a contemplative work of beauty or a dynamic work exploding with movement & action and hopefully color? The print quality of my copy is perfect so the 1 star rating listed here I don't understand. If you wish to make a attractive photo like Syd Mead does this book will give you the primary knowledge that he learned long ago when artists like Andrew Loomis were working. All the digital or airbrush techniques will not effect in an outstanding work unless you have the basics of composition, balance, tonal values etc. done first & this book will give you a amazing foundation to build your works on. An perfect buy!
Practical and mystical at the same time. Clearly thought out and clearly written. This copy is my fifth or sixth as I hold giving them away to people who 'need' them. This book helped me obtain through breast cancer 30 years ago. Now I have cancer again and it is my greatest help. The visualizations and affirmations are easy and effective. They give one something (when there seems to be nothing) to do to support oneself.
A lot of years ago I already noticed that if I went through the steps of a project I had to do the next day in my mind the night before the project went a lot easier, faster and with better results. That is what visualization is about. This book explains how to do that and gives some useful tips and techniques.I bought his book in hard copy for a mate and in Kindle format for myself. Both formats are recommended.
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This book is little but very rich in it's content, not a single page of filler. This is the only book on The law of attraction you will ever need. It's very detailed and includes a lot of simple to use meditations and exercises to support you attain your goals. It tells you about treasure maps and vision boards. It's a book for everyone from beginners to people more deep into their journey. It also tells you how and why creative visualization works in a method you will actually understand. So what are you waiting for? Buy and read this book now, you won't be sorry!!
A mate suggested this book to me when I told him I was feeling "stuck" and hindered in life. I didn't know what to expect, but I am so grateful I took his suggestion and bought it. I have learned so much about affirmations, meditation and the "clearing" process. This has helped me to obtain to the root of what is making me feel stuck, and also it shows me the method to actually do something about it. There is a flipside though: It does take work and consistent effort. You shouldn't just this book to obtain a feel-good buzz, read it once, then allow it sit and collect dust. Creative visualization must become a everyday habit for it to work. If you're someone who is trying to better yourself by understanding yourself better, and you're willing to place effort into your betterment, then this is definitely the book to get.
This book titled "Creative Illustration" is like a book of tips for students who have studied the other books of Andrew Loomis. This book has small to say to beginners. It's almost 60 years since the author has passed away, but he was one of the best teachers in the Craft, and he is until today teaching us in his legacy of books. In his series of books he gives detailed info about how to draw perspective, heads, hands, body, and a load of useful instructions that will create you a professional artist. I have been drawing since my early childhood and has never found a book like the Andrew Loomis series. But not only his teaching, he himself was an expert in drawing. He gained a living with his profession because he was an outstanding artist, apart from being a strong teacher. I have sold and given most of my other art instruction books, because I can tell everybody that I found the best instructor, period. Do you also wish to be a amazing artist? Purchase any other book of Loomis. Study it carefully, and you will not regret it. You'll learn from a professional. Words are not enough in describing how amazing was "the Master". His books are plenty with serious teachings that you will conserve during your lifetime.
There are artists who have a powerful design sense, and others who can draw figures expressively. Artists who use ight and shadow beautifully, and others who are supreme stylists. Andrew Loomis is all of these things and more, and he shares his formidable knowledge of drawing with us in this unbelievable book. I particularly appreciated his section in informal subdivision, a amazing method to combat "blank page syndrome". Highly recommended.
As a homeschooling parent, I'm always looking for quality reading materials that my children will enjoy. "Creative Kids" really achieves this goal. Both of my children like reading the stories and playing the android games in the magazine. My daughter has submitted work to the magazine for publication. Though her short story was rejected for publication, she did keep a very encouraging letter for the magazine's editor. I would recommend this publication to any parent seeking high-interest reading for their children.
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Like all the classic Andrew Loomis illustration and drawing books, CREATIVE ILLUSTRATION is a useful and practical tome for every artist to study and hold in their shelves for repeated reference.Unlike some of Loomis's other books, this one is less about drawing technique, or figure drawing, perspective, etc., but instead an advance approach to putting all techniques together in making an effective illustration, with emphasis on line, tone, composition, drama, different mediums... it's not for the beginner (I'd recommend Loomis' "FIGURE DRAWING FOR ALL IT'S WORTH", for those looking for a amazing how-to-draw book), but invaluable for those ready for the next e tools and techniques are old-school and the aesthetic style reminiscent of the 1940s (first published in 1947), but even those who work digitally aren't immune to primary principles of illustration - - what makes a picture, effective, or not, doesn't change.
Had the Amazon listing shown the book preview / forward, I would not have bought it. In the forward it declares the techniques are not for the artist starting out. Still thumbing through the pages does bring some tips at specifics I will need to attention to, however, it is not for those freshly starting out. I was a bit disappointed at reading that, though the book appears to have valuable content when I obtain that far into my art abilities.
I was stuck in a rut. I had been living like there was no tomorrow until I was 27, which is the year that everything came home to roost and I started to long for something more than what I had. I had no idea how to live differently. In fact, when I met people who had careers and relationships and homes I sort of despised them because I imagined they had been lucky, or that they had been handed an simple life somehow. I had these huge dreams when I was a kid, and then I had some poor things happen to me and I gave up.I don't remember how I found this book. It might have been in a used bookstore. But I am so glad I did. I took it to heart even though I tend not to believe in anything "frou frou". I did the exercises and started to visualize the future I wanted. Then an awesome thing happened...I started taking the steps that required to happen to obtain the life I envisioned. It wasn't an overnight process, and I had to work hard. Sometimes it was a painful process. But it was real, and lasting. It forward seven years. I literally have everything I wanted and visualized. I finished my bachelor's degree and completed a master's degree. I am a scientist, as I always dreamed and I love my job. (Seven years ago, I was a receptionist - nothing wrong with that, it's honest work - but it wasn't my dream.) I met my husband soon after I started visualizing and we've now been married for almost six years, with a attractive four year old. (Seven years ago I'd never had a long term relationship and had a constant broken heart.) I own a house and a fresh vehicle and I have amazing credit. I have a amazing relationship with my parents. I don't touch alcohol or drugs. I am thin and fit and honestly I look better than I have in ten years. I am deeply content and often very happy. I'm grateful for everything, and I test to support others when I ybe you won't have the results I did, but I bet you will if you place your mind to it. I bet you have goosebumps right now if you wish something more for yourself! You deserve it. Go for it. I'm cheering you on!
I'm still enjoying this book! Amazing ideas in here, plus support to begin meditating, which is something I need since I am highly stressed and have some crazy anxiety at times! You'll wish a pen, pad of paper, or a highlighter ready while going through this book. I have read through almost the entire book. I usually stopped at the Affirmations listed at the end of each chapter, picked one I liked the most, then thought myself to sleep with it. Theres still so much to do with this book! The Treasure Maps are one of the best ideas for focusing on what you wish in your life. I'm still putting together mine. Creating Your Sanctuary also mentally helps you relax. I have used this several times to support me relax.I also bought The Creative Visualization Workbook at the same time, just haven't had a possibility to use it yet. This is basically just a Step by Step How To workbook. So if you wish that additional help, I would recommend this as well. It has suggestions for lists you can make, such as Self Esteem List, Self-Appreciation List, Outflow List, etc. As well as locations within the book to write in.But for both books I suggest using them in addition to a journal to support chart your progress! This was a amazing decision on my part and I know I will continue to refer back to this as time goes on and I search myself in a rough patch again.
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Over the latest 70 years I have read countless books on different forms of energy healing and when I saw this unbelievable 176 page hardcover 25th anniversary edition book (Creative Visualization: Use the power of your imagination to make what you wish in your life by Shakti Gawain) for a bargain on Amazon I decided I had to have it.I found this book to be one of the very best volumes on the shop for anyone seeking an simple and effective method to heal themselves in body, mind and spirit. Unlike other kinds of self-improvement type books where they take half the book just to introduce you to the methods and techniques used, this book begins almost immediately showing how visualization techniques combined with relaxation methods can support of the a lot of advantages of this visualization way is that it can easily be used with almost any type of energy and meditation system you may also be practicing. This unbelievable book is organized into five simple to follow parts. Part one covers the basics of creative visualization explaining the basics of creative visualization. Part two goes into how to use this method. Part three with meditations and affirmations. Part four focuses on unique techniques to create your visualizations more effective and the final section shows how to live creatively.If you are really into energy and mind improvement this is one book you should have in your private library as a reference source. The easy affirmations alone are worth the of this book and I love this book so much I intend to read other books by this author.Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Martial Art and Fighter Haiku and Senryu)
I used to have an older edition of this book, but it appears to have gotten lost. This used ver was a steal. I am on chapter 4 so far, I have read this amazing work previously and got a lot of mileage out of it. I think it will give me hope that I can turn my life around for the better. As a right-brained individual. this is the kind of learning that comes naturally to me. Definetely obtain this if you are metaphysically minded.
This book must be read slowly and deliberately -- do so and it will give you an insight into the brilliance of one of the most revolutionary and extraordinarily perceptive philosopher scientists of the 20th Century, rgson changed the method scientists see the globe by introducing his conception of an "original impetus", which began simply (if "intelligently") and evolved matter into living, increasingly complex lifeforms and concurrently evolved an increasingly complex consciousness within it -- as an "imperceptable thread" (my wording) ultimately called the elan my case, after reading carefully and filling the book's margins with notes, Professor Bergson seems to be proving (showing) that all science up until his time (circa 1930's) was concerned with objects as they were at a particular moments, whereas in fact these objects were and are in a state of continual "being" (duration), making their actuality or essence unknowable.He chronologically takes us through the writings of Plato and Aristotle (the natural trend of the intellect)-- Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz (becoming in modern science) -- and even through the Criticism of Kant and the evolutionism of Spencer. Bergson thoroughly critques each philosophy and shows us why they are not dealing the globe as it really rough this he weaves his own philosophical system based on Creation and Evolution by (quote):". . . showing us in the intellect a local result of evolution, a flame, perhaps accidental, which lights up the coming and going of living beings in the narrow passage begin to their action: an lo! . . . (making) of this lantern glimmering in a tunnel a Sun which can illuminate the world."Boldly (Kantian and Spencerian science) proceeds with the powers of conceptual thought alone, to the ideal reconstruction of things, even of life. . . . But the essence of things escapes us, and will escape us always; WE MOVE AMONG RELATIONS; THE ABSOLUTE IS NOT IN OUR PROVINCE; WE ARE BROUGHT TO STAND BEFORE THE UNKNOWABLE." . . . BUT AN INTELLECT BENT UPON THE ACT TO BE PERFOMED AND THE REACTION TO FOLLOW . . . WOULD DIG TO THE VERY ROOT OF NATURE AND MIND."In simpler words, the observation of any object changes reality for that object. It is only true as a moving "being", animated by an original impetus and kept true by an "elan vital" which cannot be known because "being" cannot be defined. What we call "real things" are illusions which beomce "real" to us only when we stop their duration. Heidegger spends thousands of pages unsuccessfully trying to define "being", which ultimately he can only label as "dasein". What we observe as the true globe is matter and consciousness evolving concurrently from easy to complex as they move through zone and is means that the original impetus, the spark, the first flame, began neither in zone nor time. Later quantum physics would help Bergson's insight, considering that an electron (as one example) cannot be seen without turning it into something else, or ever stranger, disappearing into what can only be other universes parallel to our O, this means a creative force must exist that animates matter and consciousness; and that could only have originated in that Singularity outside time and zone which I in my particular need call the thought of "God". You can call "it" what you will: the Tao, Bhudda, Nature, et my possession is a 1932 edition of "Creative Evolution" which had lingered on a library shelf over eighty years but had been checked out only three times after 1970. Sometimes I wonder where are my fellow philosophers and why I seem in my pained isolation to be the latest of the 20th Century philosophers of mind. But that is because I am a crazed crackpot in the collective mind of those who measure men by their wealth. My contemporaries are in the universities, religious orders and lecture tours, where they belong. Yet even I am animated by the elan vital. Even I am part of the "God" finally perceived by Henri Bergson."Creative Evolution" was a sensation when it first appeared in 1932, the work of an already distinguished Professor Bergson of the College de France. It gave the globe at latest a fresh and scientific conception of the God long intuited by prophets, priests, poets, writers and grizzled, scarred, aging gray bearded philosophers like myself, dumb beasts of intellectual burdens, who desperately need a fresh physics to support us embrace an unknowable God made out of a Singularity and connecting our minds and bodies to what the Apostle Paul called ard Lee Fulgham, Bel Air, 2009
Bergson (page 44) writes of foresight: "We must therefore have managed to extract resemblance from nature, which enable us to anticipate the future. Thus we must, consciously or unconsciously, have created use of the law of causality. Moreover, the more sharply the idea of efficient causality is defined in our mind, the more it takes the form of a mechanical causality. And this scheme, in its turn, is the more mathematical according as it expresses a more rigorous necessity." This necessity could be the workings of a mechanical clock, with its gears and cogs, fully determined from the offering of our deductive thought that en Bergson writes about the formation of generalities, that imply the workings of a plan: "... this natural mathematics is only the rigid unconscious skeleton beneath our conscious supple habit of linking the same causes to the same effects; and the usual object of this habit is to tutorial actions inspired by intentions, or, what comes to the same, to direct movements combined with a view to reproducing a pattern. We are born artisans as we are born geometricians, and indeed we are geometricians only because we are artisans." This is a hindsight that differs from the aforementioned deductive foresight, but returns again to time in the form of a now inductive drum beat that becomes rgson (page 45) writes about the synthesis of these two tendencies: "Whether nature be conceived as an immense machine regulated by mathematical laws, or as the realization of a plan, these two ways of regarding it are only the consummation of two tendencies of mind which are complementary to each other, and which have their origin in the same vital necessities." I may conclude that Bergson`s vitalism recognizes the synthesis of deduction and induction, and as such it is consistent with the Trinitarian philosophy described in my book.Spirit, and the mystery implied by vitalism, is reduced to the deep mystery of time and its two windows. Bergson's vitalism appears to us as a amazing differentiation and fragmentation, followed by a division of labor. But the help given to our eyes to which appearance is given is a sentience capable of the most subtle awareness coming as hindsight, and this quality may go unnoticed in mere appearance that sees only rgson (page 112) writes about how plants and animals diverged, one giving themselves over to chlorophyl and sun-light interaction, and the other locomotion: "... the vegetable manufactures organic substances directly with mineral substances; as a rule, this aptitude enables it to dispense with movement and so with feeling. Animals, which are obliged to go in find of their food, have evolved in the direction of locomotor activity, and consequently of a consciousness more and more distinct, more and more ample."Bergson (page 116) writes: "The harmony of the two kingdoms, the complementary characters they display, might then be due to the fact that they develop two tendencies which at first were fused in one. ... While the animal evolved, not without accidents along the way, toward a freer and freer expenditure of discontinuous energy, the plant perfected rather its system of accumulation without moving."Bergson (page 140) writes: "instinct perfected is a faculty of using and even of constructing organized instruments [life-like]; intelligence excellent is the faculty of making and using unorganized instruments [machine-like]." Bergson tells us that insects perfected instincts, and humans perfected intelligence, representing two divergent pathways. Bergson (page 143) writes: "Here again, then, the greatest success was achieved on the side of the greatest risk [the path to intelligence]. Instinct and intelligence therefore represent two divergent solutions, equally fitting, of one and the same problem."Bergson (page 149) writes: "Intelligence, in so far as it is innate, is knowledge of a form; instinct implies the knowledge of a matter." Bergson (page 150) writes: "The two tendencies, at first implied in each other, had to separate in to grow. They both went to seek their fortune in the world, and turned out to be instinct and intelligence. Such, then, are two divergent modes of knowledge by which intelligence and instinct must be defined, from the standpoint of knowledge rather than that of action. But knowledge and action are here only two aspects of one and the same faculty." Bergson (page 151) writes: "There are things that intelligence alone is able to seek, but which by itself, it will never find. These things instincts alone could find; but it will never seek them."Bergson (page 167-168) tells us of the unlikelihood of science ever understanding instinct completely: "The reason is that instinct and intelligence are two divergent developments of one and the same principle, which in the one case remains within itself, in the other steps out of itself and becomes absorbed in the utilization of inert matter."However, what came as instinct in animals, comes as intuition in human experience. Thus intuition may give us some of what intelligence misses. Bergson (page 177) writes: "... intuition may bring to the intellect to recognize that life does not quite go into the category of the a lot of nor yet into that of the one; that neither mechanical causality nor finality can give a sufficient interpretation of the vital process." Nevertheless, the doorway points to the middle-term that holds our deductions to our induction, in my view. But can we enter?Bergson (pager 197) writes: "And for having tried to avoid the seeming vicious circle which consists in using the intellect to transcend the intellect, we search ourselves turning in a true circle, that which consists in laboriously rediscovering by metaphysics a unity that we began by positing a priori, a unity that we admitted blindly and unconsciously by the very act of abandoning the whole of experience to science and the whole of reality to the pure understanding."Bergson (page 267) writes: "Consciousness in man, is pre-eminently intellect. It might have been, it ought, so it seems, to have been also intuition. Intuition and intellect represent two opposite directions of the work of consciousness: intuition goes in the very direction of life, intellect goes in the inverse direction, and thus finds itself naturally in accordance with the movement of matter. A complete and excellent humanity would be that in which these two forms of conscious activity would attain their full development."Is humanity doomed to its intellect, unable to search the intuition we need? I think there is some room for optimism in the development of an intuitionist logic! We looked an inductive thinking already, and how it opposes deductive thought. Induction is as an instinct that follows the happy-go-lucky habits of life, and it is an already recognized human faculty of reason. It is induction that has a close associations with intuition, particularly when we explore a deduction that contradicts our blind expectations given to us by induction. Wayward induction is found married to its faulty deduction, and what holds the two together is a naked emotionality that may fall for the circular thinking that Bergson`s warns us about.
This book quickly became my most necessary go-to book on the business and craft of illustration. There are an abundance of hints on generating ideas, improving skill sets, tip on standing out from the crowd to obtain work as a freelancer. The info and examples on composition, perspective, forms, and design are essential and amazing, and not to be found in my other books (and I have a lot!). I bought every book by him and am learning so much.I am a self taught artist, and every thing I have learned has been hard won. Books like this by Andrew Loomis and others have created the journey much easier.
I got this book because my college doesn't any illustration courses. I was pleasantly surprised how well this book has helped take my illustrations to the next level. The best part probably is the composition section that actually the reason I purchased this book but the info is very good. The only downside is some of the outdated info about toning and printing but it still could be useful for creating a "vintage" look on digital pieces.
As the publisher of "Creative Kids," my opinion is going to be a small biased, but I wanted to address a couple of the reviews below. (1) Some people confuse "Creative Children Magazine" with "Better Homes and Gardens, Creative Kids" -- a beautiful reasonable point of confusion. The "Not What I Expected" review below is about the "Better Homes and Gardens" magazine, not "Creative Kids." (2) The "Definitely Not for the Average or Above Average Kid" review is a small trickier. The reader is right in that "Creative Kids" only publishes the very best work of children nationally. The magazine has extremely "high standards." We're guilty as charged. However, I don't think a kid needs to be a "genius" to read the stories, work the logic puzzles, search the hidden pictures, or laugh at the jokes we publish. "Creative Kids" features very talented children writing for all kinds of readers.
Simply put, this magazine is a chop above other magazines for children that are out there. I was disappointed with most of the children's magazines that were available for my ten-year-old daughter. Then, I found "Creative Kids." Filled with the thoughts and ideas of actual kids, this magazine interesting and substantial opinion and fiction. It's really fun and smart reading for young people. My daughter really enjoys the magazine.
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android game looks smooth and amazing but my device graphics is set as compatible and am not able to change the graphics in the settings , am sure my device can handle a bit higher graphics settings coz pubg works in phone without any prob so please create all graphics options available ,still its worth trying for those who were waiting for fortnite.
Well just like a lot of others who have downloaded this application I am truly disappointed. Started off great! Actually won my very first game! Lol! Then I tried to play again but it didn't allow me do anything except turn and fire the builder that's all. It also kept giving me a reconnect message when I've got amazing signal! Sorry guys too a lot of glitches in this android game for me. Gonna continue with pubg, cfl,ffl or any other android game than this. Uninstalling...So disappointed 🙁.
Wow the android game is back, and its runs smooth on my device, and thank you devs for this unbelievable game. Pleaze add an icon to change fps to tps not in settings, and please I can't change graphics settings like ros so please add to change graphics settings