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Drawing The Head, Drawing The Dead http://www.drawninblack.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/skull-william-miller-354px-plate_vb_human_skull_engraving_by_william_miller_after_drawing_by_w_miller.jpg

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Marc Quinn — Blood Head, self-portrait with his own frozen blood. Marc Quinn (born 1964) is a British artist & one of a loose group known as the Young British Artists. He is known for Alison Lapper Pregnant (a sculpture of which has been installed on the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square) and Garden (2000). Quinn has used blood, ice and feces to make sculptures; his work sometimes refers to scientific development.

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Is this adorable dog with a high forehead the cutest puppy EVER? Twitter thinks so

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ANATOMY: Facial Muscles. Tension first builds on the face, learn to loosen up! The muscles of the face are unique among groups of muscles in the body. While most muscles connect to and move only bones, facial muscles mostly connect bones to skin.

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1.Begin by applying “Ivory” onto the brow bone and blend downward! (This will help the crease color blend nicely). 2.Taking “Revenge” blend slightly above the crease. 3.Taking “Obsession” apply in the crease. 4.Using “Allure” pigment pat onto the entire lid and inner corner of the eyes to add our highlight. 5.Add your wing using “LBD” gel liner! With the same liner line the water line and blend out using “Onyx”.

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Hello dear readers, in this post I would like to  introduce you  to two very talented Bosnian  photographers.  They both  have a  grea...

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The Femur consists of four parts: the head, greater trochanter, lesser trochanter, and the lower extremity. Learn more about the vital role or femur on the bones of our legs. http://www.learnbones.com/leg-bones-anatomy/

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By Kath Girdler Engler, "I favour the textures and broken forms of ancient sculptures that look as if they have been lifted from an archeological dig, bringing with them the sedimentation of centuries. I also collect the ephemera and fragments of our own recent past to enrich and illustrate the mystery of each sculpture."

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