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My name is Missaquaitaine, but I imagine that's a bit of a tongue-twister, so you can call me Missy if you prefer.
Ever since I was very young, I would always be drawing.
Thus, it became a hobby, and a passion, of mine to create whatever was in my head onto the paper. More recently though this has also translated into writing, although that's quite infrequent and often stays up in my head most of the time.
I work in traditional mediums, mostly because I was raised on them. So, I very rarely deviate,  from said materials.
Oh, I guess it would also help if I would tell you about myself a little more.
In a nutshell, I'm a happy bubbly person with too many ideas and not enough time to jot them all down. Asides from art I like to read, listen to music, and spend time with friends and family. I also don't mind a good chat with people on the net, so please know I do not bite! Ha ha.
Asides from the above, have a fabulous day and stay creative!
5 Tips for Cultural Diversity in Writing5 Tips for Cultural Diversity in Writing
Anybody Can Write a Novel
Chapter 7 “From Story to Art” – Section 4 “Diversity”
With Links to Supplementary Material
Diversity—it almost seems a trap word meant for snaring unwitting people into a political debate. But why is it important to writing? Many will argue that it is a means of political correctness, popularity, and seeming hip to all your liberal friends at the coffee shop. While coffee shop creds are pretty important, the real reason for creating a diversity of religion, nationality, culture, ethnicity, philosophy, sexual orientation, gender, economic background, and any other sort, is that it gives a new layer of depth and realism to anything you write. By understanding the specific ways in which to apply diversity so that it adds this depth, we can also learn h
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How to Design a Logo, Step by Step Guide.Chapter 1 - From the start
When we design a logo, we are fulfilling a need for an identity, because people think in images, not words. For example if you read “banana” on a sign, you don't think of the actual letters that form the word “banana”, you think of the fruit, you form the image in your head. That's what we want when we make a logo.
The following are features every good logo should have:
Easy to adjust. This means it has to be understandable in both small and big scale.
Charming. Once you see it you won't forget it, even if you didn't understand what it meant, you will still think about it.
Readability. It should be easy to read at any size and in any color, and shouldn't leave room for misinterpretation.
Easy to comprehend. You have to know what service or product it offers when you look at it.
Authentic. The design must not mislead the observer to believe something it's not.