'History of the Eagles' Well, I'm a-standin' on a corner in Winslow, Arizona Such a fine sight to see It's a girl, my Lord, in a flat-bed Ford Slowin' down to take a look at me Come on, baby, don't say maybe I gotta know if your sweet love is gonna save me. Member reactions:
What the blank does that mean.
Excellent work. You are getting way good these days. Congrats, DD
clean as always and a neat hairdo. what's the object behind him. a skull. a car. a mask. can't figure it out..
It's an album cover, the history of the Eagles. The truck and girl are the girl in a flatbed ford, a verse written by Glenn Frye when a friend, Jackson Brown got writers block on the second verse. This was the Eagles first hit single,Taking It Easy, and the verse that Glenn wrote became one of the bands most famous.
i see, thanks. just listened to the song. must have been 25 years since i last heard that song.
TIME Person of the Year Angela Merkel is Times Person of the Year for 2015. The first woman so honored since 1986. Runners up include: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Donald Trump, Black Lives Matter, and Caitlyn Jenner Member reactions:
She';s a German version of the Iron Lady Thatcher, probably even more iron in her . Cool chop
Thanks Steve. And thanks Newsy. Growing up on the East side of the wall could have a lot to do with her toughness
Freaky tweaky perkie Merkie hahahaah good job, Champ
stock image "True Detective: The Secret Fate of All Life (#1.5)" Detective Rust Cohle: In eternity, where there is no time, nothing can grow. Nothing can become. Nothing changes. So death created time to grow the things that it would kill... and you are reborn but into the same life that you've always been born into. I mean, how many times have we had this conversation, detectives. Well, who knows. When you can't remember your lives, you can't change your lives, and that is the terrible and the secret fate of all life. You're trapped... like a nightmare you keep waking up into. Detective Rust Cohle: Years. You ever heard something called M-Brane theory detectives. Detective Thomas Papania: No. That's over my head. Detective Rust Cohle: It's like in this universe we process time linearly forward. But outside of our space time from what would be a fourth dimensional perspective time wouldn't exist. And from that vantage could we attain it. We see our space time would look flattened. Like a single sculpture of matter and super-position of every place it ever occupied. Our sentience is just cycling through our lives like carts on a track. See everything outside our dimension that's eternity. Eternity looking down on us. Now to us its a sphere but to them its a circle. Member reactions:
Me likes a lot - exceptionally well done caricature.
Super Build my friend, PSM. Super Close Contest. IMO This could have just as easily won.
Caricatures are very popular nowadays (even at FN!). However first caricatures go back as far as the origin of art itself. Leonardo da Vinci drew many caricatures, and liked to seek people with deformities to use as models. There's a speculation that one of the caricatures Da Vinci drew was his humorous self-portrait (the figure at the bottom of the right half).
The point of the caricature was to offer an impression of the original which was more striking than just a portrait. In fact, the word "caricature" comes from the Italian "caricare", meaning "to load", thus the caricaturist's aim is to invest his image with as much meaning as possible.
Caricature, therefore, experienced its first successes in the closed aristocratic circles of France and Italy, where such portraits were passed about for mutual enjoyment.
Take any famous art work (painting, drawing, fresco) and turn it into caricature by exaggerating the natural characteristics of the subjects in the artwork.