A Shot in the Dark A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget

Creative Chess Opening Preparation

Creative Origami and Beyond by Jenny Chan

Creative Origami and Beyond: Inspiring tips, techniques, and projects for transforming paper into folded works of art by Jenny Chan, Paul Frasco, Coco Sato, Stacie Tamaki
Requirements: .PDF reader, 27,5 MB
Overview: Packed with prompts, tips, exercises, and engaging step-by-step projects, Creative Origami and Beyond takes readers through a dynamic exploration of the traditional art form. A centuries-old art form, origami has taken on new depth in today’s art world, influencing trends in fashion, interior design, exhibition art, and more. Creative Origami and Beyond takes this traditional art form to new levels, guiding readers through a dynamic exploration of numerous ways to fold paper. This inspiring, interactive project book demonstrates both traditional and contemporary origami methods – from working with unique materials and creating custom origami papers to crafting amazing works of art. A general introduction to origami and an overview of basic folding techniques sets the foundation for the book, which is divided into six engaging sections, including modular origami, giant origami, tiny origami, wet origami, and more. Each chapter, taught by an expert origami artist, features clever exercises and prompts to inspire and spark creativity, while step-by-step origami projects for creating wall art, jewelry, decorative objects, and more, help turn origami novices to pros. Includes eight pages of patterned origami paper to help get you started.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Be Creative with Workbox – Issue 117, 2019

Be Creative with Workbox – Issue 117, 2019
Requirements: .PDF Reader, 57 MB
Overview: Featuring the very best in textile art and all things stitched, Be Creative with Workbox magazine is a must read for ultimate creative inspiration.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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RGGEDU Creative Photoshop Techniques With Renee Robyn Video Tutorial

Problem Solving with Creative Brainstorming

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Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing

Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing

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Being Creative: Be inspired. Unlock your originality: 20…


Being Creative: Be inspired. Unlock your originality: 20 thought-provoking lessons (BUILD+BECOME)
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Writing Workshop Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction

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Creative Real Estate Investing & Flipping Houses (2015)

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MasterClass – Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing

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The Creative Habit Learn It and Use It for Life by Twyla Tharp

The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life by Twyla Tharp
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 290 KB
Overview: Creativity is not a gift from the gods, says Twyla Tharp, bestowed by some divine and mystical spark. It is the product of preparation and effort, and it’s within reach of everyone who wants to achieve it. All it takes is the willingness to make creativity a habit, an integral part of your life: In order to be creative, you have to know how to prepare to be creative. In The Creative Habit, Tharp takes the lessons she has learned in her remarkable thirty-five-year career and shares them with you, whatever creative impulses you follow — whether you are a painter, composer, writer, director, choreographer, or, for that matter, a businessperson working on a deal, a chef developing a new dish, a mother wanting her child to see the world anew.
When Tharp is at a creative dead end, she relies on a lifetime of exercises to help her get out of the rut, and The Creative Habit contains more than thirty of them to ease the fears of anyone facing a blank beginning and to open the mind to new possibilities.

Tharp’s exercises are practical and immediately doable — for the novice or expert. In "Where’s Your Pencil?" she reminds us to observe the world — and get it down on paper. In "Coins and Chaos," she provides the simplest of mental games to restore order and peace. In "Do a Verb," she turns your mind and body into coworkers. In "Build a Bridge to the Next Day," she shows how to clean your cluttered mind overnight.

To Tharp, sustained creativity begins with rituals, self-knowledge, harnessing your memories, and organizing your materials (so no insight is ever lost). Along the way she leads you by the hand through the painful first steps of scratching for ideas, finding the spine of your work, and getting out of ruts into productive grooves. In her creative realm, optimism rules. An empty room, a bare desk, a blank canvas can be energizing, not demoralizing. And in this inventive, encouraging book, Twyla Tharp shows us how to take a deep breath and begin!
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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The Creative Habit Learn It and Use It for Life by Twyla Tharp

The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life by Twyla Tharp
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 290 KB
Overview: Creativity is not a gift from the gods, says Twyla Tharp, bestowed by some divine and mystical spark. It is the product of preparation and effort, and it’s within reach of everyone who wants to achieve it. All it takes is the willingness to make creativity a habit, an integral part of your life: In order to be creative, you have to know how to prepare to be creative. In The Creative Habit, Tharp takes the lessons she has learned in her remarkable thirty-five-year career and shares them with you, whatever creative impulses you follow — whether you are a painter, composer, writer, director, choreographer, or, for that matter, a businessperson working on a deal, a chef developing a new dish, a mother wanting her child to see the world anew.
When Tharp is at a creative dead end, she relies on a lifetime of exercises to help her get out of the rut, and The Creative Habit contains more than thirty of them to ease the fears of anyone facing a blank beginning and to open the mind to new possibilities.

Tharp’s exercises are practical and immediately doable — for the novice or expert. In "Where’s Your Pencil?" she reminds us to observe the world — and get it down on paper. In "Coins and Chaos," she provides the simplest of mental games to restore order and peace. In "Do a Verb," she turns your mind and body into coworkers. In "Build a Bridge to the Next Day," she shows how to clean your cluttered mind overnight.

To Tharp, sustained creativity begins with rituals, self-knowledge, harnessing your memories, and organizing your materials (so no insight is ever lost). Along the way she leads you by the hand through the painful first steps of scratching for ideas, finding the spine of your work, and getting out of ruts into productive grooves. In her creative realm, optimism rules. An empty room, a bare desk, a blank canvas can be energizing, not demoralizing. And in this inventive, encouraging book, Twyla Tharp shows us how to take a deep breath and begin!
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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Creative Coding For Kids by Tariq Rashid

Creative Coding For Kids by Tariq Rashid
Requirements: .PDF reader, 42,9 MB
Overview: Creative Coding for Kids – A Structured Course of Short Projects For Young and New Coders.This course was developed in response to demand from teachers and parents for a child-friendly course that:* engages students visually* avoids complicated technology setup* teaches programming and computer science conceptsThis course is specifically designed to be accessible to young learners, with language carefully chosen to maximise understanding. The course projects are kept short, with lots of illustrations, and planned breakpoints for exploring and playing.As students progress through the course, they will learn about, and gain experience with, programming and computer science concepts that are applicable to many other programming languages they might learn in future.The course has been tested and refined over two years with children in code clubs, secondary schools, home education groups, and also with adults in creative coding groups.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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