Since apparently people cant tell the difference. I have a penis, therefore I am guaranteed in some way or another to be a perv. You have a vagina, therefore in some way or another, YOU are guaranteed to be a perv. They have needs, wants, and emotions just like we do. Consider them people. Respect them as you would another human being. I personally happen to adore beautiful women. If that's a problem for you, then don't talk to me. Talk ABOUT me. That way you get my name out there and make me famous. I may try my best to be humble, but some of yall fuck up the process. I try to be patient, but some of yall fuckin push me. You wonder why im more social with girls... because they don't have penises. It isn't a fuckin competition with them. They don't try to break me, and turn sex into a fuckin competition. Im sure I could sleep with 5 girls a day for years to come. But that isn't me.
It doesn't matter what you wear, what you drive, or what you listen to , being country comes from the heart. And it also doesn't matter where you live, so his statements are completely irrelevant. Stupid people. Lol
Is anyone trying to get rid of/know anyone trying to get rid of a black cotton backdrop? 10ft by 10ft or larger, preferably!!
If so, let me know. My boyfriend and I are looking to get one for a future shoot since all the shoots he does for me are on location and well, I kinda wanna make something awesome out of a black backdrop
The cheapest I can find one for on ebay is $26 but I can't buy anything for my photoshoots unless I make money from prints and no one is buying my prints ]:< Only made 4 sales so far
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HALP. IN NEED OF A BACKDROP/BUY MY SHIT
April 22, 2014, 01:00:am
Hahaha I love you Candy xD <3 Considering I have 147k followers on fb, I think my 600 tumblr followers is kinda sad LOL but that's because none of my fb people see my posts anymore because facebook is dumb/mean and limits who sees your posts unless you pay -____-
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, my favorite artist of all time from my favorite time period and quite literally the "greatest living artist" during his lifetime, and in my opinion the greatest artist to have ever lived. He was a sculptor, a painter, an architect and an engineer of the High Renaissance. Many of you will know of him by his famous sculpture known as "David," which was sculpted in 1504 and his paintings of Genesis on the ceiling and "The Last Judgment" on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel. These two painted works would go on to influence the fresco art of the western world. He was also a poet, having written over 300 sonnets and madrigals almost 50 years prior to the emergence of Shakespeare. This man has been my lifelong poetic and artistic inspiration. His writing, exquisite, his human sculptures absolutely breathtaking. There is no other artist who has moved me quite as much as Michelangelo has. Just one look upon his work and you can see where such admiration stems from.
Michelangelo's David is my favorite piece ever created by such an amazing artist. Just look at the careful details of David's face. David was created from 1501 to 1504 after the biblical hero of Florence as part of a commission for the Florence Cathedral, and was later placed in a public square of Palazzo della Signoria as a symbol of the civic government within Florence. David became a symbol of the defense of civil liberties of the Florence republic. The intense stare of David is a representation of a warning to Rome of Florence's independence. The sculpture stands 14 feet tall and is now found in the Accademia Gallery, Florence. The long patch of unsculpted marble traces David's left leg, a beautiful addition to the sculpture that came as a necessity after a crack in the marble was discovered during it's construction. After the statue's move to the gallery, a replica was contructed and placed in the place of the original as a means of preserving its magnificence and the symbolism to the residents of Florence. In 1991, a bastard snuck a hammer into the Accademia Gallery and destroyed David's toes on his left foot. I had the fortune of seeing this beautiful masterpiece while I was in Europe.
A poem written to the man Michelangelo fell in love with, Tommaso dei Cavalieri, whom Michelangelo met at the age of 57 in 1532:
I feel as lit by fire a cold countenance
That burns me from afar and keeps itself ice-chill;
A strength I feel two shapely arms to fill
Which without motion moves every balance.
-(as translated by Michael Sullivan)
To which Cavalieri replied, "I swear to return your love. Never have I loved a man more than I love you, never have I wished for a friendship more than I wish for yours." Cavalieri remained ever devoted to Michelangelo until his death.
Love's Justification - Michelangelo
YES! hope may with my strong desire keep pace,
And I be undeluded, unbetrayed:
For if of our affections none find grace
In sight of Heaven, then wherefore hath God made
The world which we inhabit? Better plea
Love cannot have, than that in loving thee
Glory to that eternal peace is paid,
Who such divinity to thee imparts
As hallows and makes pure all gentle hearts.
His hope is treacherous only whose love dies
With beauty, which is varying every hour;
But, in chaste hearts uninfluenced by the power
Of outward change, there blooms a deathless flower,
That breathes on earth the air of paradise.
This man, Michelangelo...so much envy. He's my hero.
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni
April 22, 2014, 03:10:pm
Michelangelo is a very fine artist no doubt, and surely one to admire. Though my inspriation will always be Divinci. He took on a different task then Michelangelo and had a great deal in the knowledge we have today about the human body.
My 3rd cover feature to ever hit print and digital, April 2014 issue of Rasputin magazine with Nanushka Photography and wardrobe design, along with hair makeup stylist The Updo Guru is finally on sale!!
Full 14 page feature along with models Petra Mestric and Bebe Blue to also grace the issue