Easy Mini Abstract Art Inspiration PLUS A Color Challenge

Easy Mini Abstract Art Inspiration PLUS A Color Challenge


how have you been getting on with your
mini abstracts I have some more inspiration and a mini abstract
challenge for you today that I hope is gonna motivate your art for this week so
I introduces exercise in my art video last week and it’s actually one that I
talk about and give step by steps for in my get creating book and I’ve already
shared a little on why I like doing these types of exercises and why I think
they’re really useful and can really help in your art so if you missed that
video I will put a link below in the description for it as well as a link to
all the products that I’m using today now this week I thought I would share
the process of another mini abstract but let’s take this one up a little bit and
let’s go for challenge something that I hope will inspire you to do a mini
abstract – so are you up for it do you want a mini abstract challenge now the
challenge I’m gonna base it around colors so if you’re needing a bit of
color inspiration then this is a really handy trick and something you can use to
inspire your work or just get you started so the particular palette that
we’re going to use I want you to either pick a hot color palette or a cold color
palette and then pick a contrasting color from the other color family so if
you picked a hot color palette then you’re gonna pick a cold color to
contrast it and vice versa so get yourself started basically pick a couple
of colors before you get going that are either from the hot or the cold color
family so I’ve gone with cold for mine and my main color is going to be blue
then pick yourself a single color that you’re going to use sparingly but this
time pick it from the opposite temperature color family so for my piece
I’ve got my cold blues and then I’m gonna contrast it with a yellow which is
more of a hotter color now this particular exercise there’s another
version of this that you could also try out as well so here’s some more
inspiration to help you with your color combining and your mini abstracts as
well how about just for a complementary color colors that
sit opposite to each other on the color wheel so for instance my blue the
complementary color to blue is orange so instead of using the yellow as my
contrasting color for my blues I could have used orange today so that’s another
way of looking at this color combining that I hope you’ll have fun with it you
could probably do all of them and just do an abstract with all of them and see
which ones you like best now the other colors that you can use in
this are neutrals like blacks whites and grays so even though I’ve just picked
blue as my main color they are actually two very different blues so they work
quite nicely as contrasts in their own little color bubble and you can watch to
see how I work my main cold colors together and then how I add in my warm
color contrast in this mini abstract there’s just so many ways that you could
do this so don’t feel restricted and just go for it
I remember you don’t have to do the same with me you don’t have to use the same
colors you don’t have to use the same marks this mini abstract exercise is all
about discovering your own mark making your own light your own dislikes your
own color palettes so pick things that you really want to use today and you
really want to just experiment with now when I’m doing these mini abstracts I
really try hard to stay in a moment and to work more on impulse than planning
you can do this you can easily plan these if you want that’s entirely up to
you if you prefer to do that then go ahead and plan them but for me these
mini abstracts are much more about listening to what my gut is telling me
to do and you know where it wants to go next so it’s very reactive and I’m not
really sure where the abstract will go but it is so many that it doesn’t really
take that long before it feels finished to me and I enjoy the so minimalist feel
of these pieces but you know again you don’t have to stick with that yourself
even though we’re working on a very small piece of paper
you could just cover the whole thing and do whatever you liked with it you could
spend a long time on it you could spend a short amount of time on it whatever it
feels right for you now for my piece dad there’s something about the rhythm in it
that I really really like and there’s both a symmetry and an asymmetric
symmetry in this piece today and down to the sort of just the the different
elements that I’ve used the different ways I’ve added in some mark making and
then in the whole piece as well you can see some of the symmetry some of the
asymmetric symmetry that’s going on there and I think I really like that
about this piece but you’ll see that more when we get to the end and as this
piece grew my ideas about it grew too and I changed up layers as I went along
so this is part of what I was talking about being more reactive to it for
example I extended the dark blue area after adding the splatter texture so I
had already put down the dots I put down some dark blue I added the splatter and
then I was right I think actually I needed to make the darker blue a bigger
part of the dot pattern and I wasn’t worried about changing up the shapes of
those dots it was just another way that the details in this piece that have
reacted and changed and as I went along I also quite like the way that the brush
line tails off or kind of feathers on the bottom right-hand side and how that
adds another contrast to the kind of lines and the block colors that are here
in this piece and just as with last week’s piece I’m using a creep paint in
three different ways so I’ve got neat paint from – I’ve got watered down paint
but then I’ve also got the acrylic ink in my paint pens and adding more pattern
detour the neutral colour is a really great way to add texture and interest
but without having to introduce another active color because we picked our
colors at the beginning and we went with a very particular
a pallet so the white and black you know is a no-pressure way of adding more
details without having to worry about putting in a different color and just
shifting the way this color combination works and what I haven’t mentioned is
that one of my blue colors is actually an iridescent so there’s another texture
layer so we’re going on here and that adds to the peace as well so actually
doesn’t take that much to add a lot of texture and interest to many abstracts
I’ve only used a very small amount of product but there’s quite a lot to look
at so I have a real play with your shapes your brushes what kind of brush
marks you can get try feathering some of your layers try adding them as blocks
try adding the paint thickly or thinly that’s gonna change the look as well and
if you can add a lot of interest with just a few colors less than a handful of
colors and just some a few small marks imagine what you’re gonna do with a
larger color palette and on a larger surface so have lots of fun playing with
this one have loads of fun picking out your color palettes I would love to see
it also you know do share with me on Instagram I would be happy to come over
and have a look so don’t forget to play with the color challenge today and I
look forward to seeing your hot color palettes with cold contrasts or your
cold color palette with hot contrasts and if you’re looking for some more
video inspiration for other mixed media art then watch these videos next and
I’ll see you there

SMOOTH CAMERA!! | Tutorial – BeamNG.Drive – Useful for Crash Compilations! [2016 / Working 0.5.6]

SMOOTH CAMERA!! | Tutorial – BeamNG.Drive – Useful for Crash Compilations! [2016 / Working 0.5.6]


[Intro Music] Hello everybody, this is Jayo here. Today I’m going to show you how to get a smooth free roam camera in BeamNG.Drive! So it’s very simple, all you have to do is press “F11” to go into the world editor, and then go into “Camera”, and then into “World Camera” and then select “Smoothed Rotate”. If you want you can also change the camera speed up here but I’m going to leave it at the default which is 25. So, once you’ve done that you can just hit “F11” again to exit the world editor, and then as you can see now we have a nice smooth camera. So, that is it, it’s very simple to do as I said and this is quite handy if you want to record a crash compilation video or something like that and you want a smooth camera. So if this did help you out then make sure to give it a thumbs up and subscribe for more! If you need any more help leave a comment down below and I’ll do my best to help you. Thank you so much for watching and I’ll see you in another video! Goodbye! [Outro Music]

Advice for being comfortable on camera – Vlogging

Advice for being comfortable on camera – Vlogging


what’s up shenanigans John here and I am
back once again once again straightening my shirt out here to talk about
something that I think is extremely important for vlogging I think you’ll
agree whenever I hear the compliment John you’re in natural in front of the
camera that makes me smile ear to ear because a lot of people think being a
natural in front of the camera means you were born with the ability to do it I
disagree and I hear me out yes some people have a tendency to be
more comfortable in front of the camera and it’s probably because of a couple
things first is they probably practice quite a bit I practice quite a bit I
practice at work for giving presentations interviews and things that
I’ve done I practice talking quite a bit and talking is just vlogging many people
aren’t gonna get away with never ever practicing the craft and talking and
being comfortable speaking in front of people is a craft it is something you
have to practice practice talk I talk to myself all the time when I would run and
I’m pointing over my treadmill you’re not seeing it and I would practice
talking to myself I practice things I was gonna say in collecting my thoughts
it is you know like fine tuning a muscle you need to practice you need to be able to
conduct yourself and be able to speak logically and incoherent sentences and
not feel weird when you’re talking in front of people now a tip that I’ve said
on this channel before that I think is an extremely important tip look into the
camera and you talk like you’re talking to a person and I am I’m talking to you
right there sitting right there on your phone or desktop or wherever interview I
think that’s your game console wherever it is I am actually picturing talking to
a person somebody walks into your house and you’re talking to them it’s not
gonna be awkward why would it be any different now so look into the camera
however you need to trick your mind into it pretend that you’re talking to a
person next know what you’re gonna say before you get on camera I know that is
probably common sense but a lot of times and even in the past when I would vlog I
turn the camera on and go I’m gonna vlog I turned the camera on and it would be
awkward because I didn’t know what I was gonna say what’s up guys I’m gonna talk
to you about being good on camera okay now these type of videos I have a
general outline about what I want to talk about and I’ll get on here and I’ll
stick to that but even when I’m doing my regular family vlogs when I turn that
camera on I kind of know what I’m gonna have
going on at that time so I filmed to edit so now when I film I know what I’m
gonna be doing so that I can edit a little bit quicker years ago it used to
take me four or five hours to edit vlogs now I can zip them really quickly
because I’ve logged that way I know exactly what I’m gonna talk about I know
exactly when I’m gonna show and I piecemeal my segments like that so it
gets a lot easier at the end when I’m doing the vlogs and that’s a another tip
for you too but feeling comfortable on it is knowing exactly what you’re gonna
talk about having it planned out now not scripted because again if you script
this and you memorize it it’s gonna come across unless you’re really really
really talented I’m not I have to get on here in freestyle if I try to script
anything it comes across very plainly that I’ve scripted it and it is very
clumsy that’s the best word I have for clumsy now this is another thing I think
it goes without saying but talk with passion talk with excitement you want to
be fake on here because that will come across but again I probably wouldn’t
talk like this when I’m looking at somebody I would be like oh that
actually made me laugh so you don’t have say when you’re watching a video it is
really engaging when somebody is passionate and excited when they’re
talking to you so it’s like amping yourself up a little bit maybe ten
twenty percent more than your natural self it comes across in the camera much
better I’m using my hands a lot I told you before I talk with my hands I don’t
know what to do with them if you’re talking about something that you’ve
liked that you love that you’re passionate right let that be known
that’s why we can watch motivational speakers they’re full of energy and I
guarantee you 100% that’s not how they walk around life you don’t see Tony
Robbins walking around life completely jacked in at school needs on stage he’s
passionate he lists it’s passion from people and it’s engaging and that’s what
we’re trying to do we’re trying to engage an audience when we’re talking to
him on the camera now this last one be confident and I’m going to pull a line
from one of my favorite movies of all time boiler-room Ben Affleck’s character
says when he’s standing at the boardroom table and he’s talking to the people he
tells them to act as if and I’m not gonna go into the full because I think
it’s got some cuss words and he tells them the act is it they’re the owner of
the company is there selling these stocks to people and I’m telling you act
is that you’re the biggest vlogger on YouTube act as if you have a million
subscribers you don’t have to feel like you don’t have a voice because we’re
small youtubers do you know what you’re talking about just because I don’t have
a million subscribers behind me doesn’t mean I don’t know what I’m talking about
I am like you I have the work I’ve put in the studying I’ve
put in the effort here I’ve put out over 350 videos I know a little something
about being on YouTube now has that translated 100% a huge sub-county no it
has it but it has shown me some things over time I know how to video I know how
to edit I know how to talk to people that doesn’t change with the size of
your YouTube audience please don’t lose confidence because you’re a small
Channel don’t do that feel confident own your space this is your space this is
your channel this is your video so when you stand up or sit down or whatever
you’re doing on your vlogs remember remember what Ben Affleck says act as if
act as if you’re the biggest vlogger on YouTube and don’t ever ever lose
confidence because of the size of your channel i’ma leave you with a final
bonus tip here this is one that I’ve learned quite a bit from over the years
learn from editing I’ve gotten better over time even though I was confident on
camera I think probably most of my life but even before I vlog because of my
acting and and and podcast days but watch your videos and learn from them
really take in what you’re doing take in how you talk and adjust you can do some
practice vlogs edit those and see how you come across you can become your own
best critic in that way you can learn to director so I know most people probably
still have a problem here and their own voice and watching themselves I tell my
wife all the time when I’m watching me I’m not editing me I’m editing a person
I’m directing a person tell myself to shut up quite often when I’m editing and
that sounds funny but when I’m editing myself I have a tendency to talk a lot
and so when I’m editing that I learn from that I’m like why am I talking so
much John shut up and I’m probably gonna do it right now cuz I’m rambling every
single time you release a vlog it should be the best version of the vlog you’ve
done learn don’t ever put something out that’s subpar just because you want to
get something out so learn every single thing you put out learn from yourself
looking at yourself listening to yourself you’ll become a much better
editor and you become a much better vlogger because you’ll know what to vlog
you’ll be able to kind of boil down to what you want to say you want to prepare
you want to practice you want to get that confidence you won’t get that
passion across to everyone you’re talking to out here on YouTube alright
guys that’s all I have for you tonight please smash that thumbs up and remember
if you aren’t subscribed please consider doing so and if you’re still
with some of the things that I’ve talked about today tell me down below maybe
I’ll shoot a video and I’ll discuss those a little bit further with you guys
thanks for watching again I appreciate the support and I will see you next time

Art Sherpa Buying Guide and Art studio Supply List

Art Sherpa Buying Guide and Art studio Supply List


[opening music] Hi! I’m Cinnamon Cooney. I am your Art Sherpa, and I am really excited to be sharing this with you today. This is about how to set up a studio as a beginner. I get asked a lot what my recommendations are for what brushes to I need to buy? What paint do I need to buy? What do I need to have in my studio? Now, when I started on YouTube, I did actually make one of these videos, but having been here for a little bit, I’ve come to understand from answering your questions and constantly being in a conversation with you that you might need some more information on things. And honestly, we’ve expanded the project set in the conversation from the beginning. So I am really happy to be doing this update. I think it’s gonna help you out a lot. In the description below, if you click the little “more” button, there’ll be some links. There’s a link to The Art Sherpa dot com, where this is all gonna be written out so that you can have it, and print it out, and look at it, and have it anytime you wanna see it. I’m also probably gonna stick it on blogger and I’m gonna throw it up on Facebook. Cause I want to make sure you guys have the information you need and that art store experience, instead of being frustrating and overwhelming, is a lot of fun. It’s like Woohooo! I’m going to the art store and I’m gonna get a big ol’ haul! That’s what I really want for you, and I want you guys to have an easy time and I want you guys to be relaxed and mellow about your art experience, even though right now I’m not that mellow. It’s kind of strange but, ba da be da. Kinda owly mood. Alright. The number one question that you guys have been asking me is, what is my basic palette? And this is an interesting kind of question for an artist because I have a base palette that’s a limited palette, that I use here on YouTube, and I did this so that you guys could save some money. So that I wasn’t constantly painting with crazy paints. I kind of try to go to the same colors again and again for projects, and on occasion add a new color for fun and interest. So my base palette is this. If you come to the table you’re gonna see this here. Alright, so I’m gonna push these forward a little bit. My basic palette is Titanium White. Mars Black. Dioxazine Purple. Quinacridone Magenta. Burnt Sienna. That is not in it. Phthalo Blue. Cadmium Yellow Hue. Cadmium Red Hue. Yellow Oxide. So that’s what I really started out with when I was on YouTube. But there was a couple things that came up with that base palette, I would like to talk to you about real quick, which is these which is these two fabulous, delicious, yummy, wonderful Cadmium colors. Now listen. The reason I recommend hue for people, a lot of times, is that real cadmium pigment is super expensive. Kind of only necessary if you’re a professional. There is a difference between hue and true cadmium pigment that’s why we all paint with it. But also there’s controversy. That’s right. There’s so much controversy around these two pigments. In fact, when I’m taking a break from politics, I just get into the cadmium controversy to just kind of keep myself up on that energy. So, these are hue. Hue is perfectly safe. Hue doesn’t have any cadmium in it, and if I was painting with kids or I had any kind of a metal allergy, I’d be kind of inclined to use hue. But honestly, you should always be checking your paints and materials to make sure what the safety guidelines are. Because just cause it’s acrylic painting and it says non-toxic on the bottle, doesn’t mean you can drink or eat any of it. I really say this all the time on my show. Don’t eat paint. Now, real cadmium pigment, though, dun-dun-dun. Look. This has been studied a lot. And the paint companies have looked into this. There was a European study done about this. In fact I’ve included a link to a really important article about this. Awesome. You know what else? There is… Where did it go? I don’t know where- Oh! Pyrrole Red. Now, this is actually comparable to pure cadmium pigment to the eye. It is also comparable to cadmium pigment to the pocket book. So you know, I’m gonna say for just the purposes of being a student, you know, stick with hue. Enjoy that. If you find yourself a professional artist, and you really know what you’re talking about you’re gonna know that cadmium has already been really investigated and short of guzzling it down, and we’re back to don’t eat paint. You’re all good. Alright. Base palette, controversy, addressed it. Those are the colors. The list is down there. Other things I like to have in my studio is palete paper. You guys are always asking me, what are you painting on? I paint on this kind of wax paper called palette paper. This is not the ony solution in the universe. Not at all. There’s lot of solutions. There’s plates. There’s kind of glass palettes. I just really like this one. I like the Gray Matters because it shows up better on camera. And I also like the Strathmore. It’s a really good palette paper. So. That’s what I’m painting on. That’s what I’m painting with. Guess what else I have. I have an expanded color palette. That’s my complex palette, and those are a whole bunch of other colors. I’m gonna pull them over here. I’ve got Ultramarine Blue. I’m got Burnt Umber. I’ve got Phthalo Green. I’ve got Quinacridone Red. I’ve got the Aqua, or Southern Ocean Blue. The Prussian (blue). The Hooker’s Green, no they’re not kidding. The Naphthol Crimson. The Australian Sienna. The Cad Yellow Light. The Cad Red Light. Zinc White. Or Mixing White. Those are just my toys. You don’t have to have to have all those paints to enjoy your art experience. I’m just telling you what I have going on because you ask. But you know what? The truth is, this is your art journey. This is your studio. You don’t have to paint with any of these brands. And you don’t have to have all these colors. All of the projects have a materials list and most of the creators out there that do lessons or have workshops or teach things, they have one of those. And, you know, it’s all good. It’s all viable. There is not one way to do a painting. There is an infinite number of ways of doing paintings, which I like a lot. I like that it doesn’t have a simple, whatever answer. I think it’s important to be able to wash your brushes. There’s been a lot of discussion about this lately. In my previous video I talked about you could just use Dawn soap. And that’s true for synthetic fibers. I don’t really recommend that for a four hundred dollar Kolinsky sable brush. But for, you know, synthetic brushes, Dawn is great, but I really like “The Master’s Brush Cleaner.” And then I really have fallen in love with “Jack’s Linseed Soap.” There are about fifty other brush cleaners on the planet. I’m just telling you the two that I enjoy. I also always keep in my studio ninety-one percent rubbing alcohol. Now, seventy-one also works, but this sucker takes dried paint out of stuff. If you have a stick, that you’ve just left your brush, and it’s just a stick now, this will recover it. It’s really incredible. Got a video in the i-Card, all about it. Painter’s tape. This is not what’s at Home Depot. It’s an artist’s tape. It’s by Scotch 3M. You know, I get this for an inexpensive amount of money where I’m at, but it’s cost to cost. Just some sort of tape that really helps you make a straight line. I talk a lot about having chalk. Or watercolor pencils. But what I’m really talking about is, you need a way to make marks on a canvas, that doesn’t bleed into your paint. That’s all it is. I got these Artist Loft really inexpensively. I got this chalk from my kids. Mm-hmm. Took it right away from them. Ok. Canvases. I have these packs of canvases. And let’s be honest. Some of the canvases have some crazy coatings on them lately that can resist paint. I’ve gotten some really good reports from you guys. There’s some people who just lightly rinse them off and allow them to dry and that seems to be fixing the coating um, applying a coat of gesso seems to be fixing the coating. I like to use like a flow agent and then just brush it on and that fixes the coating. But you’re looking for a pre-stretched canvas. These are all kind of stapled on the back, and I get them in economy. You can paint on canvas paper. Yes, you can. You could paint on Bristol paper. There’s a lot of stuff that you can paint on. This is just what I’m painting on. You might paint on masonite board, and that is completely ok. Brushes. You guys ask me a lot about brushes. Where to get ’em. What to get ’em. And everybody’s out of Goldilocks. Alright. I did not know I was gonna be starting such a rigmarole when I discovered, and this is her, the original Goldilocks. Which is a number ten bright by Simply Simmons, extra firm filament. Isn’t she cool? Isn’t she fun? So, here’s the deal. Brushes are an interesting thing, in the life of everybody. Right. Brushes are really fun. But, when I started out, I was like, Hey, just get an economy pack of brushes. If you check the i-Card, if you watch the video, I’m like, Economy pack of brushes. The issue with off brand economy paints, or off brand economy brushes, there really isn’t an oversight for any of these companies and so some of them will make a good brush, but some of them will make a brush where all the bristles will fall out. And I don’t feel like it’s very economical to go buy a cheap brush if all the bristles fall out. I think what’s great is to know what you’re looking for in a brush, and it doesn’t really matter where you buy it as long as you know what you’re looking for. So when I got Goldilocks, she was pretty fantastic. She was three dollars, which, I guess, what she costs most places, and that’s not her official name from the company. By the way. That’s been messing with everybody and I’m really sorry for that. In fact, uh, if you go to The Brush Guys dot com, they actually added the word “Goldilocks” to the listing cause nobody, everyone kept calling them up. I didn’t know them at the time. Going, “I need the Goldilocks brush!” And they were like “I don’t- I don’t know what that brush is.” So, this is her. Number ten. Simply Simmons. Extra firm filament. You know what was messing with you guys, though? I’ll tell you. So, at Michael’s they don’t have this one. They have these two. This is not that brush. This is a fabulous, nice multi-media brush. And this is a great natural bristle for oil. Not the same brush. See how this is the dark filament? And this is white? And this is kind of a sable brown? These are both great brushes but they are not this brush. I like this brush. I like this brush because the filaments are very firm. Too firm for makeup. Again, if you did the Big Art Quest and you watched the brush one, I’ll talk about that. Now this is actually their long handle. When I say in videos that I don’t like long handle, I’m talking like this long. Not everybody’s got a short handle. I’m gonna have to start over again. If that’s causing anybody any grief, I’m really sorry. This is what they’re calling their long handle. This is a number ten. I just like her because she’s functional and she’s inexpensive. However, she’s not the only brush that does this exact job. This is a Richeson 7530. Number ten bright. Just as good. Right. I just found this. Number ten The Silver Grand Prix. I really actually like this brush quite a lot. I’m really excited about this. And it has a copper ferrule. Which, I think, is super cool. Also is fantastic. And what these three brushes have in common and how I pick, like- I think I didn’t grab my bright again. I’m so silly. Here she is. What I really really like in a bright, what I want in a bright, is these filaments will be short. So when I’m in an art store and I think I’ve got a good flick. In other words, too firm for makeup, but won’t take paint off my car, then I line them up and I actually look to see who has the very shortest filaments. Guess what. This one wins. And then I look to see if they’ve done a real sharp edge on it. That’s what you’re looking for. It doesn’t matter where you find that brush, you’re just gonna want to make sure those filaments don’t come out of it. Right. And you’re gonna want to make sure that they’re short. See, this is what’s called a flat. Look how much longer that is. See the difference between the bright and the flat? We talk about that in the brush quest. Well, that is not gonna be as firm for pushing paint- I love doing this on my face- as these are. So that’s what’s happening there. And I really hope that clears it up. But listen, I’m here. I’m here for questions. I’m here. Now, I have the list of brushes that I think you should start out with. I think everybody needs a number ten bright. Just not because that’s actually true, but that’s my feeling. [chuckles] And that’s my best recommendation to you based on my experience. That’s how I formulate these ideas, is I look back and I go, what would really really help people? What’s really effective? What wouldn’t mess them up? And then I say to myself my number ten bright is my go to brush and so then I recommend that to you. And then I’m like, you need a number six. And you need a number four. This is like a number eight right here. But here’s a number two. I have pulled out, where I put them, I don’t kn- Oh! I put them places. Alright. So here’s like a number four bright. Right. And that’s what a number eight looks- See you need a number four, and you need a number six, and ideally it would be great if you add in an eight and a two to that. Is that in the list? Yes, it is. Well, actually, here’s the list. Then I feel like you need some of these filberts, which were in the list. Right. And a filbert, we’ve learned, through the internet, means cat’s tongue. So basically I’m licking a cat’s tongue on my face. You don’t want to do this with everything because sometimes brushes are made of goat and squirrel. Um. Horrible moment in my life about that recently. But these are just made out of synthetic fibers and they wash easily. We talk a lot about cloud brushes, and you need one. Hard to find a good cloud brush. Hard to find one. Here’s my thoughts on cloud brushes, but I think everyone should have one. This is my favorite cloud brush. I don’t even know what the brand is anymore but I can find it whenever I’m out. The- It’s very thick and stiff and the bristles are shorter. Everyone wants to make thses have really long bristles, but you want shorter for this kind of stiff thing. But the other great cloud brush. This actually came from a sip and paint. Right. Because whenever their brushes get real bad they get rid of them, but this angle, man, that is the idea cloud. And, if you can’t find any of that, this is a deerfoot stippler. See him? Deerfoot stippler. That’s the whole mystery there. A lot of them are soft, cause they’re for watercolor, so you gotta feel them. You need them to be like a thistle. That’s all I’m saying. That’s all I’m saying. Wide brush. Yes! You can use one for painting the house. Yes. Yeah. They have them for paint, and they’re cut for that, and they’re manufactured for it and that’s fantastic, and that’s what I have here. I’m gonna actually do a live on Facebook where I’ll go and show you buying at Home Depot, cause that’s fine. If you want to do happy little trees, you need a fan brush. In acrylic painting, needs to be a stiff filament on this. This is the issue with almost all fan brushes. Is they’re not firm enough. Are you getting kind of a trend? Because I’m painting in heavy bodied paints. I’m not painting in soft bodied paints. When people paint with soft bodied paints, guess what they like. The like the softer filaments. But we’re not. We’re painting with heavy bodied paints, so we like the firmer filaments. So you need the detail rounds, and I have that listed as a six, a four, and a two. Right. But also I keep talking about the micro mini’s. This is what I’m talking about. They’re miniature brushes. You can find them in the miniature painting section. You’re just talking about teeny tiny, teeny tiny little brush. What are those for? That’s for branches. When you’re like, “I can’t paint branches!” That’s about having a fluid paint. This is in the recommended list. Fluid soft body paints. Branches!!! Solved. All those branch problems, right here. Totally solved. Gesso. Cause stuff happens, and then you don’t like it. And then you want to paint over it. Or the coating sucks. Gesso. Gotta have it. Yes, you have to varnish. Spray varnish. Have to do it outside. I’m allergic to this stuff. My husband has to use it because I can’t do the propellants in it. This is my point about art supplies. Why we don’t need to be hysterical about what’s in our art supplies. Read everything. Always read the safety on every single art supply. Right? This is not edible stuff. This is not food coloring. So, it may be non-toxic. It may not have the OC’s, but it might have stuff going on with it. The paint manufacturer’s really like you. They want you to keep painting. They’re gonna wrote a whole bunch of information on the bottle. Always read everything. I don’t know your allergies. I don’t know what you’ve got going on at home. So if you read what’s on the bottles, or on the website, then you know. And there’s always, always, and I’m even here to help with that. There’s always an exchange. If you’re like, “Man, I’m allergic to this thing,” I might know a product. Some artist in the aisle next to you might know a product. We’re a helpful community. That is just how we are. We like to help each other out. So, I like to have that there. Glazing liquid. And I have retarders. So, this is my favorite of the glazings. I like this one because it slows down the drying time. However, that’s relevant to me cause I’m in the studio and it’s really really hot and it dries out my paint real fast. You might want a glazing liquid that dries fast. That would be the Liquitex glazing, but this one dries slower and does glazes. And then this is a retarder. So when they say the words open or retarder, and I think it’s a good thing to have in your studio, this is what they’re talking about. I can’t- Oh, hairdryer! Doesn’t have to be a good one. I got one of those. And easels. This is an easel by a company called Jack Richeson. This is a Best Easel. This is a Best Easel. This is the European. I have it in the description. I have it in this list. I’m not trying to hide it from you. But here’s the thing on easels. There’s a lot of brands. I’ve just always painted on this. This is like seriously, from the time I was in the crib, I been wanting one of these easels. My mom has just always had them in the house. Do you have traditions like this in your family? I do, definitely. This table easel I have here. This is my favorite style of table easel. I love this, cause it goes like this, and it sits very nicely on the table, and it holds a lot of different size canvases, and it’s so stable. But here’s what you need out of an easel. Needs to be stable. Shake ’em. Go to the art store and shake ’em. Mine’s like a rock. I love my easel. I’ve had a bunch from this company, other companies, I just know this company. I am not sponsored at all. This is just what’s happening in my studio, and this is just my way of saying, hey, this is what I’m experiencing. I want you to experience a good time and hopefully together and in an ongoing conversation that we’re having you can have a great time stocking up your studio. I have the list set up in the order that you might want to add to it because, look. At the end of the day this is just art, and people do great art with a number two pencil, and lined paper. You’ve gotta do what is best for you and you’ve got to- My general recommendation is this. Get the best materials that your budget allows for. And buy from a company that cares that you did. You know, and those are generally companies that have websites. Have social media. Have more information about their products. You know I- If you’re in Australia, you know, the two brands I know from Australia are Mont Marte and Matisse. Right. But you want somebody who has laid their boots on the ground that wants your business that cares. So if you get a tube of paint your tube of paint should never be clumpy. If you get a tube of paint that isn’t right you want them to care about that experience. You want to have somebody to write to say hey, this is what happened to me. If you have a question about a product, you want that. If a company isn’t willing to provide that to you I don’t really think they should get your business. That’s my opinion. Right. So, that’s what I recommend to people. That’s what I do in my own life. If a company is willing to take care of me then that makes me feel really good about buying from them. So it’s not that you have to have my brand of paint. You don’t. I just, I like these. These make me happy. This is a personal choice. And I don’t mind telling you want my personal choice is, but your personal choice is valid too, and I support that. And I hope this is a good, updated, um… materials list video for you to help you, you know, set up your studio, and I hope that blog, The Art Sherpa dot com helps out. Check the i-Card for the quest cause we go deep. You think this was deep? We actually go deeper. We go on for a really long time talking about all this stuff. But this is the most updated stuff, and you know what? I’ll probably be making another one of these. Later! Because, when it needs to change, it needs to change. I hope you guys are great. I hope you feel validated and loved in your lives. And I want to see you at the easel really really soon. [Come join us live. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at eleven a.m. central] [Or enjoy one of the hundreds of paintings available on replay anytime.]

Nokia 808 PureView camera technology

Nokia 808 PureView camera technology


>>DAMIAN: Hi! I am Damian Dinning and I am
the lead programming manager for imaging experience for Nokia smart devices. There are three key
things that we have to make breakthroughs in to make this happen. The first one is the
sensor, 41 megapixel sensor, and genuinely there are 41 megapixels on that sensor. We
have had people questioning whether or not we are up-scaling or anything like that that
maybe it’s a 20 megapixel sensor which we are up-scaling, but it’s genuinely a 41
megapixel sensor. As you can probably guess, you can’t just go and get one of those things
off of the shelf. They just don’t exist so we had to co-develop that sensor. So, that
was the first thing we had to do. Second thing was with a sensor that was able to resolve
that amount of detail we had to introduce new optics. We worked closely with Carl Zeiss,
collaborated with them to produce optics that have roughly speaking a precision at ten times
higher than the rest of our lenses. So, that was the second thing. The third area was in
terms of the imaging pipeline. So, for example in video where we are recording 1080 video,
we are handling over 1 billion pixels per second which is about 16 times the number
that you will be able to handle in a regular smartphone that handles 1080 video, and you
also have that full field of view by the way which I don’t think you get in any other
devices that I am aware of at least that record 1080 video, so those are the breakthroughs
that we had to make. Now, of course everyone is talking about the 41 megapixels, but really
for us the story is not about the number of megapixels, but how we are actually using
those pixels. That’s the really big deal. So, the two key things that we are doing here
first is oversampling, and this allows you to capture and create 5 megapixel images which
are about one megabyte which have significantly more detail than any other camera smartphone
you have ever used or exists in the marketplace today by a long way not by a small way, but
a huge margin. So, that is the first thing. Incidentally, I should add to that, that pixel
oversampling also allows in low light a significant reduction in noise, so your images captured
in low light are significantly better than you have ever been able to produce before.
The second area that this very high resolution sensor allows which is the primary reason
why we developed it in the first place is the zoom capability. So in stills you have
roughly three times lossless zoom and video to full 1080 you have four times lossless
zoom, and if you record in 720 video that would give you the capability to have six
times zoom. In fact, you could even go further and use the 360p setting and that would give
you 12 times zoom completely lossless.>>MARK: So you can forget the digital zoom
thing that most cameras have?>>DAMIAN: We had great delight in completely
disabling digital zoom. There is no digital zoom in this device whatsoever. There is no
up-scaling at any point and whatever you are using, video or still, is purely based on
the resolution that the sensor has available to it. So, we preserve the maximum capability
of the optics and the high resolution sensor. This combination provides us with a number
of unique benefits over optical zoom. So, for example, we have a very large maximum
aperture of f-2.4 that is throughout the zoom range. It is not affected by the zoom that
you are using unlike optical zoom, typically when you zoom in for example three times zoom
might end up being 5.6. We are still 2.4 which means we have 5.4 times the amount of light
reaching our sensor throughout the zoom than you would get with conventional optical zooms.
It is completely silent as well that means when you shoot a video, you are not going
to hear any noise from the zoom mode or anything like that because there isn’t one. I can see a lot of people who currently have
N8s wanting to make the upgrade to this device; a lot of logic in that. I think there is also
going to be a lot of people, who, the kind of people who are interested in photography
either at the enthusiasts level or even at a level where they just want to take great
pictures really easily who will be really interested in this product. We saw a similar
thing with the N8 incidentally. So the PureView is the technology which we
are introducing which is a combination of high performance optics, high performance
sensor, and Nokia industry-leading image processing algorithms. There is a number of different
ways that we can utilize those elements together and what you will see over time is us using
different combinations of those in our future lineup.

The Power of Forgiveness | The Science of Happiness

The Power of Forgiveness | The Science of Happiness


Particpant 1: You were so cold to my friends
and so incredibly rude. P2: I do have value, dammit.
P3: I need to forgive so then that I’m not bitter towards the next guy that comes around. Julian: Forgiveness, what does that even mean? Does it mean admitting you’re wrong? Is it
a sign of weakness? If you’re asking for something do you lose the upper hand. How many times
have you decided not to forgive someone. Maybe they didn’t deserve it. What’s the point,
why even bother, right? Hey, it’s fine, it’s none of my business, we don’t have to get
into them. Let’s get selfish for a minute. What’s in it for you? What would you say if
I told you that psychologists have found a substantial correlation between reduced stress,
better heart health, lower anxiety, lower pain perception, and most importantly, higher
overall happiness all attributed to your ability to be a forgiving person. Well today we thought
we would dive in check it out for ourselves. As usual we brought in a selection of subjects,
gave them all a test that gave us a fairly good idea of their level of happiness. And
as usual they had no idea what we were doing. We started by asking them to close their eyes
and picture somebody that they were currently holding a grudge against or had some sort
of unresolved conflict with. P1: Okay.
Julian: You got that person in mind? P1: Mhm.
P3: Mhm. P2: Mhm.
Julian: Then we asked them to write out who this person was, what the event was that caused
this tension between them, how they felt about it, and most importantly we asked them to
in their own words and in their own way, try and forgive that person.
You had a bit to say didn’t you. P4: A bit. Yeah.
P5: Well, it’s my sister. P3: We dated.
P4: It’s kind of been in my head a lot so getting it down on paper kind of gave me an
image of what I felt pretty much. P2: Well this particular person was my stage
partner in a magic act that me and this person did together.
Julian: Go on! P5: And we never got to hang out as often
as I wished. Julian: Since you already have it written
out do you think you would be willing to share it with us?
P4: Yeah sure! P1: Yeah, it was a colleague at work.
Julian: There’s one more bit to this, would you be willing to do it into a mirror?
P2: A mirror? Julian: Yes!
P1: Sure. I feel like we are work colleagues and we
should have a more of a common respect for each other.
P2: So, we started trying to develop a different show together and as that started happening
everything started breaking down and we would just get into worse and worse fights.
P4: This person was a girlfriend I had a while back. Things escalated quick with us and we
enjoyed each others company but what I found out about her I couldn’t bring myself to forgive.
P1: I would love to be valued at work. Appreciation, just a small at the end of the day thank you.
You did a good job. P3: This is a case of just knowing someone
for a very long time and being just the one person that he always went to when things
would go wrong. P4: I found out that most of the stories she
told me about her life were all lies. P2: He just decided to up and essentially
leave for four months and completely ruin any chances I had of starting another act.
P4: I’m not sure if she was just trying to seem like an interesting person or just wanted
some attention, but she already had mine. P1: I’ve tried to forgive you, I’ve tried
to forgive you many times for acting this way and it seems like when I do, I open myself
up to getting the door slammed in my face again. P2: I am valid as a performer, I do have ideas and I can create things and I have created
things. P1: In order for me to completely forgive
you I feel like I need to feel the respect that you give to everybody else on me as well.
I don’t feel that. P5: However, not that I am out in Los Angeles,
thousands of miles away from home, I’m afraid I’ll never have as great of a chance to help
you through life struggles. P3: You never know who to trust but you can’t,
I can’t put everything on him. But you know when it did end, I was a little relieved because
I didn’t do it on my own for this whole seven years.
P2: We were doing this act for four years and I got really like. Even you know like
you can logically understand that you do have value in the world if you want that from one
particular person it’s just going to take a little while to let go of everything.
P1: And I know sometimes that I am a difficult person.
P3: Sometimes we want to change people. P1: I feel like we would be better if we could
forgive each other and just kind of start anew, people make mistakes.
P5: I want you to know I do care about you and I’m always thinking about you. If there’s
ever anything that you need from me, I’ll be there for you.
P1: If you could just treat me just like you do your best friend at work, I think we would
be completely cool! P2: I’ve had to keep a lot of stuff in but
it feels good! P4: Having a grudge is not fun and it’s sometimes,
forgiveness just comes from within. Learn to forgive and learn to move on.
Julian: Well, the results are in and we found in our subjects an average increase in happiness
of 8% but the highest increase was 28%. Now what does this mean about forgiveness. Most
people think forgiveness is something that takes two people, a forgiver and a forgivee.
But what we found today is reaping the benefits of forgiveness doesn’t require anyone except
you. Now it doesn’t mean you have to reconcile with them or even say a word to them because
forgiveness doesn’t mean excusing or forgetting what happened. Forgiveness is something you
do for yourself to lower your psychological distress by getting rid of those negative
emotions. So, is there anybody from your past you’re holding a grudge against? I’ve shown
you the door, now it’s up to you to walk through it. I’m Julian, and this has been The Science
of Happiness. SoulPancake
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Better Than Logitech c920? Vitade 960a Camera Review!

Better Than Logitech c920? Vitade 960a Camera Review!


When starting out with your streaming
adventures or career on twitch YouTube mixer or Facebook gaming everybody goes
with though Logitech c920 but what if I told you there was something bigger and
better and more importantly cheaper out there well allow me to introduce you to
the Vitade 960a web camera that’s aiming right for the Logitech c920 let’s go! Hey it’s me it’s wild coming at you and
I bring you the best tips and tricks and even product reviews to help you with
your streaming adventures if this is your first time here and you want to
learn how to grow and improve your stream make sure you hit that big red
subscribe button and tick that bell so you know and my videos go live for you
and hey at any point in this video if you like the product that I’m talking
about did you all a favor I put links in the show notes below so make sure you
check them out so the Vitade 960a or maybe Vitade 960a
I’m not really sure how it’s said is a web camera that comes in just shy of 50
bucks which means it’s in direct competition with the Logitech c920 which
is everybody’s go-to starter camera but how does this stack up against it and
will this dethrone the Logitech c920 well let’s take a look
the the Vitade 960a web camera is a 1080p at 30 frames per second camera has an AR
coated optical lens for clearer in brighter image quality wide viewing
angle without any added distortion has a rotating camera head great for picking
up additional angles when you stream has a close focal length of 7 centimeters
to infinity which means it can keep focus at extreme close distances and an
on-board camera ring light and there you go it’s a basic web camera to get you
started on your streaming adventures but how does it look not you never asked and
here you go this is the image quality you get right out of the box for the 960a web camera now it’s shooting at 1080 at 30 frames per second and the first
thing that you probably noticed is how bright and how white the image naturally
is and that’s because the color space and color science of this camera
naturally add more white and actually bring up the entire levels across the
brightness for this camera now there’s one thing this camera really excels at
is working with in low-light situations like I stated before the fact that it
naturally adds white and boosts up the levels of the actual brightness in the
camera means it’s got to work for a lot of people that are limited to maybe just
one light or have no lights that are just getting started which is something
it does better than the Logitech c920 and speaking of Logitech c920 how about
we do a nice little compare and contrast so that way you can see the different
color spaces and here you go I’m on the c920 from Logitech and again I’m going
to make no adjustments to the camera these are the straight out of the box
settings that you get so that way you compare the c920 to the Vitade 960a and that
way you can judge on what you think would be the best color profile and
science for you to me I think the Logitech wins by just a hair but you can
always make adjustments within the properties and add certain filters or
sharpness or saturations or whatever your heart desires when making your
judgement so what are my final thoughts on the 960a camera well to be honest I
was a little bit blown away by the capabilities that it actually had now to
me I think the Logitech c920 actually looks a tad bit better only because I
think the colors are a little bit more true or realistic but if you like the
added white or boosted levels or a little bit on the cooler tone I would
say this camera would be awesome for you especially since it goes for under 50
USD and if it goes on sale even way below that at any point it’s a must-have
I would say definitely get this over the Logitech c920 you will be impressed by
it now there’s one thing that this camera really excels at low-light
situations so if you stream from a console by the way it works on Xbox or
you stream in any low-light situation where you got only one light natural
light or using whatever lamps are in your room this camera actually works
extremely well due to the fact that it adds that extra boost of white and bumps
up the levels of overall brightness within the scene so keep that in mind
when choosing your camera now you probably notice I didn’t talk anything
about the ring light on this nor the microphones on it and that’s because
they suck there’s no no added value to the
microphone and to be honest no web camera does as well so I don’t hold that
against it and the ring light is literally just for show it doesn’t add
any added illumination at all the only thing that may help out is if you’re in
the particular niche of doing like small painting of miniatures or detail work
this may add some added value due to the fact that it can work within such a
close range on the focal plane and it may add a little bit of a fill light if
you need it but to be honest it’s just for show to let you know that the
cameras on alright so I’m curious to know what did you think about the 960a
camera do you think it looks better than the Logitech c920 or did you think the
Logitech actually wins let me know in the comments below if you still struggle
on what to pick for your beginning camera if you’re getting into twitch
streaming or mixer streaming you know I’ve done a video on an awesome camera
that I think you should take a look at I’m gonna put it up here it’s the AVermedia cam 313 maybe a good suggested camera for you to start with if you’re
not interested in the logitech c920 or 960a once again my name is wild and I
will see you all in my next stream support video coming out real soon
take care all and PEACE!

Let’s Go Pikachu

Let’s Go Pikachu


We can take these chumps easy Look just give me One second alright, I’m really sorry about this binky. He likes to do this. Sometimes it’ll just one second. All right One last warning I’m pulling it out All right Hey, hey What? You mean what? We’re in the middle of battle you guys ever tried just talking through your differences That’s not how it works. What? What are you doing. Taking a self-care day. Self-care day? Yes. All this violence is stressing me out This is the fifth self-care day in a row. You can’t just keep lazing around in here I thought, I thought we were gonna take on the Elite Four together I don’t want to talk about it Let’s talk about this, huh? Look at my chest I’m an adult I am way way beyond puberty I know Here I am just to pick at you Because you won’t let me evolve You know how depressing it is being stuck as a Raichu in a Pikachu body No, it’s all about you and your stupid dream. I’m not gonna fight for you today I didn’t know. Yeah, it takes a real detective to figure that one out Yeah For what it’s worth um, I’m sorry, I’m gonna go turn down battle And no one ever was, huh Let’s go Raichu Hey, wait, no wait what about me. Let’s go Daniel Who’s that Pokemon

Travel Vlogging 101: Choosing Camera Gear

Travel Vlogging 101: Choosing Camera Gear


What’s up everybody? It’s Alex and Marko, the Vagabrothers. We are a two man film crew. We’ve gone all the way around the world with all our camera gear and all our clothes in one carryon size backpack. A lot of people have asked us, ” How do you do so much with so little?” Well today we’re going to give away our secrets. We’re going to show you our travel film making kit that balances out high production quality with low cost and low weight So let’s start with picking the right backpack We chose F Stop because they make backpacks designed for film makers. We got the Satori and Tilopa, both of which come with this internal camera bag, which is super easy to remove and holds all your camera equipment. The best part is they have zippers which face your back so it’s easily accessible for you, but impossible for someone to come up from behind and , you know, “jack” you. Now, if this backpack were an animal, it most definitely would be a marsupial. It’s got an internal laptop sleeve, pouches for your batteries and memory sticks. Slap a tripod on the side, and you’re ready to film. Now let’s talk gear starting with the camera itself. We shoot with two Canon Rebel T3I. Theses are entry level DSLR cameras. They take photos They shoot HD videos, and they cost about 500 bucks which is pretty cheap for a DSLR camera. now the cool thing about this model is that it has a reversible screen, which is great for vlogging or taking selfies. You can also remove your lens as your budget allows to upgrade to something better. Now we bought an 18-200 mm lens which cost about as much as the camera itself, but it made a huge difference. For all our action shots we use a GoPro Hero 3. It’s a super useful camera. you can film everything from surfing to bungie jumping, sky diving, white water rafting, whatever. One of the coolest things is that you can now control your camera remotely with the Go Pro App from your cell phone. Also make sure you get some of the accessories, the sticky pads, the suction cups are super useful. The suction cup even survived the world’s fastest roller coaster. Now for capturing all the in the moment stuff, we use this, the Canon powershot S120. It’s great because it shoots full HD ; it’s small enough to fit into your pocket and it has auto focus. Now this is a great choice for vloggers or, you know, if you don’t want a really techincal camera but you want something that can do everything, it’s a great choice. For sound, we use a Sensmeister MKE 400 shotgun mic, which works in most environments, and we have a wind muff for breezy days. Okay, we also have this Zoom H1, which is great for recording voiceovers, or we can plug in a lapel mic for when the shotgun mic doesn’t work. For light we use a simple flood light. It’s cheap; it slides right on top of the camera, and we can use it at the same time we use the microphone by using a V split. Now if you don’t want to throw down ($) on that just use the light on your iphone, which also works pretty well as a microphone. To stabilize our shots, we use a travel size tripod by Pro Master with a video head. The model number is XC525. It’s small, strong, sturdy, and it has a removable mono pod, winning combination. We also have a gorilla pod, which is great because it monkey grabs onto most surfaces and gets you some pretty interesting angles. For moving shots, we use the Pico Table Dolley. It’s a hundred bucks, a great piece of kit, especially when filming food or when you want to make still shots more dynamic. Of course we have chargers and backup batteries for all our cameras. We’ve named the batteries after all our favorite literary characters, which helps us distinguish between charged and un charged. Same thing goes for our memory sticks. We shoot up about 100 gigabytes per day, sometimes. So we have six 32 gigabytes cards, which we store in this waterproof pelican case. And lastly, we keep all our lenses clean with a simple cleaning kit, We store all our footage on external hard drives and edit everything on a Macbook Pro with Final Cut X. So that’s our travel camera kit. What about you? Tell us what you shoot on or tweet us at Vagabrothers. We hope this video inspired you to get out and make your own travel videos. If it did, share it with friends so we can grow the You Tube travel community. If you enjoyed the video or found it helpful, give it a thumb’s up and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel for new travel videos every Tuesday. We’ll see you next week, and hopefully see some of your travel videos soon.

House Owner 2019 Movie Scenes | Pasanga Kishore and Lovelyn get married | Kishore fights Alzhemeirs

House Owner 2019 Movie Scenes | Pasanga Kishore and Lovelyn get married | Kishore fights Alzhemeirs


“Oh Beautiful eyes, why are you shy?” “When I come closer,
why did you move away?” “Like the moon that doesn’t fade,
you rose in my skies as my own,” “I was just the body
you entered as the soul” “As the drizzle that
never pours down…” “…as the love that never dies.” “Oh beautiful eyes, why are you shy?” “When I come closer why did you move away?” “Like the excitement of fingers
turning pages of a new book…” “…my mind is in a state of
pleasant confusion” “Your eyes, that are deep like the sea
are the light of my dark world!” “In the brightness of your eyes
I shall know you inside out.” “Oh beautiful eyes, why are you shy?” “When I come closer,
why did you move away?” “Like the moon that doesn’t fade,
you rose in my skies as my own,” “I was just the body
you entered as the soul.” “As the drizzle that
never pours down…” “…as the love that never dies.” “As the drizzle that
never pours down…” “…as the love that never dies.” “As the drizzle that
never pours down…” Who are you? Who are you? Who are you I say? Tell me who are you? How did you come inside? This is my house Get out of my house Who are you to tell me that? How dare you tell me?
This is my house Dear, what are you doing? Who let him inside my house? This is my house I say Ask him to get out. Dear Ask him to get out in my house. Hmm, will you have coffee? Coffee? Shall we have coffee? I didn’t have coffee as yet?! Hmm, come, let us have coffee. Ok, give me coffee. Come. He is my ‘House Owner’ I affectionately call him that way. This house is life for him It is 12 yrs since he retired
from Indian army. Last 5 years he is fighting a battle
with Alzheimer’s. Keeping all trash inside. Don’t touch. It is trash! Why are you meddling with my things? Do as you please. Don’t switch off the lights. (Praying…) You can apply holy ashes on your
forehead after bath, come. Dear, let us have coffee, come. Chanting Mantras… (prayers)