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A tutorial on doing realistic blood-splatter effects in Photoshop, a skill no-one should be without. (via MeFi)
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One year ago:
2019/9/10Another Apple Event™, this time the annual iPhone/iPad one. And out comes Tim Cook, announcing that they're foregoing the traditional feel-good videos and plunging right in, as today's event will be “truly big”; followed by an
Two years ago:
2018/8/31The Australian government has denied a visa to US whistleblower Chelsea Manning , who was due to speak at the Sydney Opera House, on grounds of character. Civil libertarian groups are, of course, lobbying strenuously
Five years ago:
2015/10/26The Lego company has placed a worldwide ban on sales of bricks to the artist Ai Weiwei , on the grounds that they “cannot approve the use of Legos for political works”. Ai was planning to
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