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Yes! this is one of my favorites. Very easy to read, takes apart classic paintings by color group and discovers the relations in their palettes. Also discuss's many different palettes and how they affect mood/contrast in a subject. Also deals with stroke quality and detail work in paintings. Super nice to have around, i suggest trying some of the basic palettes the author speaks about to see how successful they are. From there it will lead you into a variety of painters books, like betts and taubes. Well worth having.
I finally read this extremely popular book. Typically I don't read a lot of best sellers, but there was an awful lot of hype about Harry Potter and those books ended up being good. So I figured it was worth a shot. Not really. This book was very silly. The writing felt so immature. The author seriously overuses superlatives, and adjectives/adverbs in general. It was overly dramatic and really did remind me of Dawson's Creek. Endless drivel from horomone-ridden teenagers about their feelings for each other. Also, I felt that there were several plot holes where things just didn't make sense or weren't emotionally realistic. The character of Bella was emotionally flat and very unappealing to me. She was also very shallow--apparently obsessed with Edward's physical beauty and very little else about him. Oh, and an extremely weak, pathetic damsel in distress who is completely 100% reliant on a male figure to care for her (and control her). But at least she's a good cook! Having said that, the last fifth of the book was much better than everything that preceeded it. Once Edward and Bella got together, and finally stopped their drawn-out agonizing over "does he like me?" and "how can a human and a vampire possibly be together?" it was better. There was more of an actual plot and some adventures/conundrums that did draw me in a little bit (although Bella still irritated me). So I am hopeful that perhaps the next books in the series are somewhat better than this one. Just as long as the agonizing over whether Bella and Edward can stay together is kept to a minimum.
I was reminded of this book which I read after the first Gulf war last night while watching the film Devil's Double which I thought was very well done but not very nice to watch the torture and news reel parts.
If you are a ice skating fan, you've heard of Johnny Weir. If you are a pop culture fan, you've heard of Johnny Weir. This is a behind the scenes story of his life and how he was treated by the US figure skating federation. No surprises but a well written account of the flashy skater, on ice and off the ice. Well done.
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