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How To Be An American Idol or Australian Idol (30 Nov 2005)
Finding the right Singing Teacher is a difficult task if you want to achieve your goals of being a STAR in the Music Industry.
Many of those who have made it into the finals of the American, Canadian or Australian Idol have done the hard wor...
How to Buy Discount Airfare (03 Nov 2005)
Traveling is one of the world's favorite pastimes; however individuals continue to pay too much for airfare. The problem is people have some sort of brand loyalty, frequent flyer miles, or the like which inspires them to call the airline directly ...
How to Buy Inspirational and Motivational Art Posters and Prints (12 May 2006)
Have you ever noticed your reaction to visual stimulation? Sometimes you see a photograph or painting, a sculpture or an object and your attention is immediately riveted!
For whatever reason it communicates to you and it is personal. Not t...
How To Buy Oil Paintings? (03 Feb 2006)
How To Buy Oil Paintings?
I have a custom made oil painting displayed in my living room. I gaze upon it each day. It's a portrait of a woman during sunset and half turned. Every single day I look at it and I am amazed as to...
How to Care for Your Animation Art - 5 Common Questions (28 Mar 2006)
Can we handle Animation Cels? Unframed Animation Cels should be handled as little as possible, preferably not at all. When handling your cel, it would be best to use clean cloth gloves. With or without gloves, cels are best handled by the edges.
How to Choose the Right Celebrant/Officiant for Your Commitment, Wedding, or Baby Naming Ceremony (26 Sep 2005)
Who will be your celebrant is the single most important decision you will make when planning and organising your ceremony. The choice you make will affect the outcome of your ceremony more than any other decision. Your Celebant can either help you...
How to Contact Any Celebrity - And Get A Great Response! (06 Jan 2006)
* Always include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
When writing celebrities, be sure to always enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE). To do this, simply fold an 8 x 10 manila envelope, pre-addressed back to you with the proper po...
How to Create Your Reputation as an Artist (11 Oct 2005)
Creating Your Reputation!
Make your name a household name! Easier said than done. But that's what will create the "sought after" effect. Now, there are a few steps that you can get started to do this.
1. Attend lots of art shows that y...
How To Draw People - How To Use Gesture When Drawing People (27 Oct 2005)
When you are learning how to draw the human figure, it helps bring your drawing to life when you use gesture correctly. People's gestures are very dynamic and showing their gestures are key when draw the human figure.
Imagine for a moment t...
How To Draw People - How To Use Proportions When Drawing People (14 Sep 2005)
Before you can draw a human figure with clothing, muscles, shading, etc., it is necessary to understand the basic proportions of the human figure. Proportions on a figure are simply how long the major anatomical parts of the body are, in relation...
How To Get Even With Starbucks! (18 Sep 2005)
I am not a patient man.
Nor am I overly devious.
So although I haven't personally experienced the following
hijinx, I have watched a guy I know go through this ritual,
Plus, I hate Starbucks coffee. It's way too "...
How to Get Work as a Guest Entertainer on a Cruise Ship - Part I (31 Dec 2005)
When I first started working on cruise ships with my act it was a very daunting task.
For many years, after watching 'The Love Boat' on television, I would dream of one
day becoming a headline act on cruise ships, and finally when it became a re...
How to Get Work as a Guest Entertainer on a Cruise Ship - Part II (07 Apr 2006)
This is part TWO of a series of articles I have written to help entertainers get work as
Guest Entertainers on cruise ships.
This varies from cruise line to cruise line, so again, either ask your agent or check
the Guest E...
How to Get Work as a Guest Entertainer on a Cruise Ship Part III (03 Aug 2005)
This is part 3 on How to Get Work ... and Keep it! ... by working as a Guest
Entertainer on a cruise ship
Always have your cue sheets ready to give the production manager. These will
include any music cues and lighting cu...
How to Get Work on a Cruise Ship as a Guest Entertainer Part IV (13 Feb 2006)
One of the advantages of being a guest entertainer is that we have passenger status
while on the ship, allowing us in to public areas where other crew members are not
allowed. We get to mix and mingle with passengers and ...
How to Identify and Profitably Exploit Niche Markets (27 Aug 2005)
There are two basic approaches to advertising or lead generation... the shotgun approach... or the rifle approach.
There is only one cost efficient way... the rifle approach.
By carefully selecting specific niche markets, and presentin...
How To Look For Economical Paintings (01 Aug 2005)
Don't we all love to buy a Virtruvian man by Da Vinci and hang it over the fireplace so our friends can come and ogle at the painting and say that what a fine master piece it is and that you have a definite eye and class for paintings of such high...
How To Make Money By Re-Selling Oil Paintings (28 Apr 2006)
Here is a great opportunity to make money just being home. Earn up to 25% of the money made by selling Oil Paintings. Here is how it is done, its easy, enroll in a reseller program by contacting the site owner of Oil Paintings, open your very own ...
How to Make Oil Paintings? (17 Feb 2006)
This article is a brief overview about the basics of Oil Painting. Lets first understand that an oil painting differs from the any other paint form in the technique and material used to make the paint itself.
As we are all aware of the fact, that ...
How To Mind Map Your Business (16 Feb 2006)
If you're doing business on the Web, sooner or later
you'll probably begin to feel like a juggler trying to
keep ten balls flying through the air at the same
time. There are just too many elements in your
business plan to keep them all going at on...
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