9 Oddly Mesmerizing Tiny Paintings
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9 Oddly Mesmerizing Tiny Paintings

Hello! Would you like to paint? [MUSIC] Alright, so I went scissor-crazy, and I cut out a bunch of these (tiny paintings) so I’m going to leave a border around all the edges and paint on a one by one area. And we’re gonna do a lot of these. So… stick around! [MUSIC] Alright, let’s get some tape down on…

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Early Renaissance Painting 1250 – 1450
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Early Renaissance Painting 1250 – 1450

This is a painting that I find absolutely captivating. It glows with an incredible golden light. I feel as if I can almost reach out and touch the musician angels. I love the way that the Christ Child has his chubby little fingers jammed in his mouth. He looks just like a real toddler. I’m not the only person who’s…

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Stop! Use what you’ve got… be creative with what you’ve got already in your stash and save money!
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Stop! Use what you’ve got… be creative with what you’ve got already in your stash and save money!

Hello, I’m Úna. Welcome to my channel. Do you ever think you spend too much money on crafting products that you don’t need. I watched a super video the other day by Jennifer McGuire and she showcased some beautiful Altenew products so I went straight online put them in my basket and then said, Stop! Úna, you don’t need these…

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Simulating Breaking Bread ­čŹ×
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Simulating Breaking Bread ­čŹ×

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. In a recent video, we showcased a computer graphics technique that simulated the process of baking, and now, it’s time to discuss a paper that is about simulating how we can tear this loaf of bread apart. This paper aligns well with the favorite pastimes of a computer graphics…

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