source image of mariah better resolution full viewBetween 1 in 100 and 1 in 200 people suffer from anorexia. 17 in 20 are teenagers. Between 1 in 20 and 3 in 20 people die from anorexia.Since I started college I have become more aware of eating disorders such as anorexia and what it really is. Everyone thinks anorexia will make you pretty and "thin enough" but it's actually really harmful. Young people die from eating disorders too much. Your vital organs can stop working and your muscles deteriorate. Your hair falls out. You become too weak to do anything.I feel that young girls are too unaware of this information. They are too focused on being thin and perfect. But no body is perfect. And being outrageously thin, in my opinion, is a sign of disrespect and lack of self confidence in who you were made to be. Part of the user's avatar pic is in one of the corners of the note paper (made from scratch). Member reactions:
It's freaking excellent. Wish I could chop like that.
and I saw some anorexic girls - I completely agree with you - they are not looking healthy at all - and actually quite the opposite.
so clean and clear..i agree with Newsy, wish i could chop like that..
One of my favorite paintingsgood luckand i agree newsmaster and goat, wish i could
Well...why disagree with the masses. Nice work-poignant statement so...Celebrate the high marks and don't forget to eat today.
Congrats on the silver .. nice skinny chop
Great work suchag33k, congrats on the silver..
hey congrats on the silver .. awesome work as always friend
this in my 1st attempt at chocolate,i know i know it looks like something else. help.. Member reactions:
, Brown-noser. I love the eyes. I've only recently tried chocolate. This Looks good. Just one thing, the chocolate would run off the nose following contours of the nose. Curvy, not perfectly straight, until it hangs off the edge of the nose. I hope I didn't say it in a confusing way. I've made the drips by using the smudge tool at about 85 or 90, click and drag some chocolate along the curve and contour of the nose to the edge, then straight down.Hope that helps.. I really like it.
ok thanks ill try that .i was trying to get the highlights right, i added my own,but maybe i should of just used plastic.
I think the highlights look good. Remember, I'm no pro, and my way is most likely not the right way. I did my highlights by dropping white in with a small hard brush and dragging over them with the smudge tool set about 20 or 25. (On a different layer, of course, so as not to smudge the chocolate under the highlites.)Then, after smudging I dropped some white backin the center of the highlights just to keep it from looking too faded and thinned out.
See if this helps out.http://www.worth1000.com/tutorial.asp.sid=161146
Try to get the dripping to follow the shape of the face.