This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.
I wonder if this would work on any other substance other than eggs
9 hours, 9 persons, 9 doors
I’ve recently begun to offer editing as a part of my commissions system but I have one dilemma: unlike with art I can’t just draw and post pictures as an example of my work. So I’m currently looking for a writer of some sort who posts their writing publicly, preferably on Tumblr, to work together as a team with me. Here’s the long and short of the deal:
I’ll offer them free editing on as many of their not-posted works as they’d like. In exchange, they’re expected to pass their writing through me for editing before posting it, and give me permission to post (with all proper credits) sections from their rough drafts with editing. Pretty much, you get free editing and I just use the rejected first drafts as an example of my mark ups. I’ll also give the writer free publicity as linking to their complete/posted works is my ticket to getting paying customers. Your success becomes my success so it’s my goal to make your writing fantastic!
If you’d be interested or have questions please please please send me as many asks as you need to! There are almost no requirements for the writer except that they produce and post writing on a steady basis and are open to critiques. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE EXPERIENCED IN WRITING. Prior experience in workshops is preferred but not required.
In the case that you are not interested in such a partnership, I would be much obliged if you would reblog this post so I can find a writer somewhere out there that would like some free editing.
If Junpei owed someone money, he’d have to Jun-Pay them.
Has this been done before or…?