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Okay this is actually not very new news. I did it two weeks ago, so it is almost fully healed. But still! Did not at all hurt as much as I thought and I am SO happy. And don't give me that bullshit that I am young and will regret it because this is something that I have thought about since I was 14 and it means a lot to me, and always will.

It's on my inner bicep, saying "expecto patronum" in handwritten cursive. No, I did not do it only because I love Harry Potter. Of course there is a much greater meaning to it, but that is not anything that I feel like sharing with the world. 

However, now that I have done my first I can just say that what people say that once you have done one you want another - is true. Of course I will think about it long and hard, but now that "ohmygodisitgoingtohurtreallybadwhatififaint"-thing is gone so...

Well. Just wanted to share my excitement to you all. 

Also did my second exhibition, which went alright. Will post some more pictures here next week, but I have been super busy working and getting my driver's licence (fuck I do not know how to spell licence? or?), so I just... did not feel like it. 


I hope all is well with you! :) 
  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: Aviccii - The Days
I read all of my mangas online, scanned versions that is. But recently I stumbled upon a manga that I think is really great and I would actually love to have it in book-form. However, I seem to only find it with german/french text. I guess I could do with the french but I would prefer an english one.
The manga is Sora Log, for anyone wondering, but my question is; where do you buy your mangas? 
Online is of course preferable since I live in Sweden.

Thankful for help! :D
I'm sorry if this is not in the right forum, but I am kind of in a pinch right now.
I have an exhibition tomorrow, but have until now had a lot of other things to do so I have not started framing the artwork until today. 
However.

When I started framing the photos, I saw that there were dark "stains" on the photos and since they disappeared outside of the frame I suspect it is because the photo is being pressed too hard against the glass.

I am freaking out right now because it looks terrible and I suspect it won't help to buy new frames and besides, there are a lot of them so that would be a major expense.

Have this happened to you? What did you do about it?


Thankful for any help I can get!!

*panicking*
As you know I'm having an exhibition this autumn (ahhhh getting close!!! stress!!!) and the theme is people, so naturally there are going to be some portraits. I am going to have a "portfolio" with paper pictures in a cute flip-thingy so people can see most of the pictures but I also want some of them big.
I took a portrait today that I am really happy with and I would like to really show it off, but what is your opinion on framed (is it even called that?) portraits that are photographs?
I have actually never really seen one that is very big, but in my mind I think that it will look silly, or maybe it does'nt. Or maybe it does. ahhhh I don't know!!
What do you think?
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  • Listening to: Guardians of the Galaxy soundtracks!
  • Reading: Dance of Dragons
  • Eating: Watermelon

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Okay this is actually not very new news. I did it two weeks ago, so it is almost fully healed. But still! Did not at all hurt as much as I thought and I am SO happy. And don't give me that bullshit that I am young and will regret it because this is something that I have thought about since I was 14 and it means a lot to me, and always will.

It's on my inner bicep, saying "expecto patronum" in handwritten cursive. No, I did not do it only because I love Harry Potter. Of course there is a much greater meaning to it, but that is not anything that I feel like sharing with the world. 

However, now that I have done my first I can just say that what people say that once you have done one you want another - is true. Of course I will think about it long and hard, but now that "ohmygodisitgoingtohurtreallybadwhatififaint"-thing is gone so...

Well. Just wanted to share my excitement to you all. 

Also did my second exhibition, which went alright. Will post some more pictures here next week, but I have been super busy working and getting my driver's licence (fuck I do not know how to spell licence? or?), so I just... did not feel like it. 


I hope all is well with you! :) 
  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: Aviccii - The Days

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Paula
Artist | Hobbyist | Photography
Sweden
- I am a self-taught photographer since about four-five years back

- Currently using a Canon 60D

- My favorite thing to photograph is portraits and nature

- Graduated this spring from IB (International Baccalaureate) and will commence my college studies in the autumn of 2015

- I speak Swedish, English and French
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tap69 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2014
happy birthday sweety hope you have a great day with loads of prezzys and much celabrating!! :)
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Xulliganka Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Happy Birthday!!!! :shamrock:
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Cheesebath Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
HB ^---^
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Birthday Cake by KmyGraphic
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Wetterlage Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014
All my best wishes to your birthday :shamrock:, dear Paula! :iconflowerthnxplz:
Have a great time! :iconsunflower-plz:
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