For Photography, Acting or Visual Effects, drawing is not required. Drawing is a skill that some of us have a natural talent for, but all of us need to practice at it. Luckily, it’s not something you need a fancy computer or the right software to create, all you need is a sketchbook, a pencil, and some hard work & imagination. Life drawing is the most basic skill needed for media arts, so if you don’t have a drawing portfolio, spend a few weeks filling a sketchbook with drawings done from life. Draw portraits of your friends, sketch people in the street, draw a still life or landscape, do studies of your hands & feet. Ask other artists for advice and pick up some instructional books. It’s better to draw from looking at 3D objects than copying another 2D image, because it trains your eye to draw what you see, taking into account structure, light & shadow, and perspective. TO BE CONTINUED *
1.Install Autodesk Maya 2010 2.Depending on your OS and architecture you may be prompted to enter a serial for installation just use 000-00000000 3.Finish the installation & restart Autodesk Product 4.Choose to Activate 5.Once at the activation screen: start XFORCE Keygen 32bits version if you are installing a 32bits application and 64bits if you are installing a 64bits application. 6.Click on Mem Patch (you should see successfully patched) 7.Copy the request code into the keygen and press generate 8.Now copy the activation code back to the activation screen and click Next YOu have a fully registered autodesk product Again depending your OS, Architecture and previous installed product, you may be prompted to enter a serial or a product code, in that case use as serial : 666-69696969, 667-98989898, 400-45454545 .. or anything matching this template and as product code : 657B1
NB: 1.If you want to install Maya 32bits in a 64bits OS, you need to use the 32bits XFORCE keygen to activate your product 2.Make sure you are running the Keygen as administrator and with UAC off on Vista but you have to anyway to install Adesk products. 3.Make sure your system is updated with directx and other little things you may need ..
Brendon Mccullum could Play against Daccan Charger
Brendon Mccullum could Play against Daccan Chargers
There is a healthy possibility that the last test between Australia And NZ wont last more then 4 Days In 2 days of Play 2 inings dessolved 1st inings - Australia 231/10(74.3) 2nd inings - New Zealand 264/10(63.3) 3rd inings - Australia 35/0(14)
If the match gets over in 4 days Mccullum will be free till morning of 31 March IST He can Play on 1st April against DC
Sourav’s reaction was rather restrained. “Every point is vital… Anybody can beat anybody… Every team is dangerous… But, yes, this win is a step forward for us… I’d like the team to continue playing freely…”
The Knights effected five changes in the XI and most of those coming in did contribute.
“We’ve got the ingredients this year, it’s only a matter of the team gelling and things falling in place,” David Hussey told The Telegraph in the lead up to Saturday’s match.
The younger Hussey was spot-on, even if he would’ve liked to make a bigger contribution on the field.
Sourav and Co. travel to New Delhi on Sunday, for the DareDevils’ game a day later.
Knights delighted with their ‘buy’ of Manoj Tiwari
It would be difficult for a team which plunders 19 in the first over and 21 in the last to lose a T20 game.
After a fortnight of being eclipsed, at home and away, in three matches, the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) took advantage of those overs and steamrolled the Kings XI Punjab, in neighbouring Mohali, on Saturday.
Even Abhinav Bindra’s support didn’t work for the hosts and, chasing 184, they lost by 39 runs.
Being the two bottom-placed teams, it was a must-win scenario for both. Over No.1, from Brett Lee, set the tone for the night and the last, bowled by Irfan Pathan, confirmed that the Knights would grab the two points.
One team had the hunger and intensity; the other just wasn’t able to build on the moments which came their way, particularly in the middle stages of the Knights’ innings.
The respective captains, Sourav Ganguly and Kumar Sangakkara, had to lead from the front. While Sourav did, getting 50 off 40 balls (his first IPL fifty in 22 months), Sangakkara floundered.
Sourav’s last fifty had also been against the same opposition, at the Eden.
With good reasons, Sangakkara is regarded as a cerebral cricketer. At the PCA Stadium, though, he lost both the mental battle and the duel over the 22 yards.
Indeed, Sangakkara’s 30 came from as many as 27 deliveries. Others struggled as well. Yuvraj Singh (promoted to open) alone threatened to tear into the Knights’ bowling, but a memorable catch by MoM Manoj Tiwary ended his cameo.
Tiwary, of course, couldn’t do a thing wrong. Inconsistent performances saw him being dropped in the last game, against the Mumbai Indians, but he made a point on being recalled.
Delhi DareDevils, one learns, were only too happy to let Tiwary go. After two MoM awards, the Knights must be delighted with their ‘buy’.
So far, the Manish Pandeys and the Saurabh Tiwarys have been hogging much of the limelight in the non-stars’ category. Now, the Knights’ Tiwary is also very much there.
“Examinations are of no value whatsoever. If a man is a gentleman, he knows quite enough, and if he is not a gentleman, whatever he knows is bad for him.”—Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900) Irish playwright, novelist, and poet
“This is a story about four people: Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done, and Everybody was asked to do it. Everybody was sure Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody’s job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it. Nobody realized Everybody wouldn’t do it. In the end, Everybody blamed Somebody when actually Nobody asked Anybody.”—
I believe KKR have got a fundamental flaw in the attire they have chosen, especially the colour of the batsmen’s pads. The colour of KKR pads are golden in colour which without a shadow of a doubt is very aesthetically pleasing. However, against a dark (purple, this year) background provides a huge contrast and hence acts as a clearly defined target for the bowlers. As a result bowlers have been successful in bowling to the KKR batsmen without giving any width and cramping them for room. This was very evident in the match against Mumbai Indians. SOLUTION: The KKR should immediately change their golden pads for purple ones. In doing so, they will not provide the opposition bowlers a clearly defined target to bowl at. The purple trousers and the purple pads will not provide the necessary contrast and hence will not make it easier for the bowlers to bowl a good line. KKR should bear the following in mind: Royal Challengers Bangalore batsmen wear RED trousers and RED Pads; CSK batsmen wear YELLOW trousers and YELLOW pads; MI batsmen wear BLUE trousers and BLUE pads….and this same is true for every other team except for KKR who at present wear PURPLE trousers & GOLDEN pads.