Иногда детали работы выглядят как самостоятельный рисунок, чем тоже очень хочется поделиться. Ну и ещё хочется показать проработку поближе🔎, прежде чем выкладывать полную версию, не зря ж старалась, вырисовывала😁😉
А пока полную не выложила, вопрос⁉️:
Есть идеи, что читает эта девушка и почему она в нижнем белье?😂😂😂 —————————-
A detailed part of new illustration that looks like a separate picture, do you agree with me?😉 #procreate
Umm... so yeah. That just happened. I knew this was a great workout but I forgot how good. Lets hope my whole body isn't too sore the next couple of days.
When you can say tha about a workout done completely at home, it must be good. For those of you who think you can't get any results from at home programs-- you haven't tried any of the ones I've tried. Honestly, sorry I'm not sorry- but I've seen better results at home than I ever did just walking around the weight room trying to make my body think it's getting s good workout. Wanna know why-- I have little knowledge on what to do. Unless im able to get help or get someone to make a plan up for me I just walk around the gym and think "oh, this looks good right now .. oooh, yesss the elliptical is open." Now, I don need to know what I'm doing. I just need to push play and follow what my super trainer does. It's as easy as it gets. Plus. I don't have to worry about sharing weights or machines-- plus those lovely germs.
This whole week has been a challenge and I've honestly loved every bit of it. When you can say that about a program, you know you're doing something right!
It’s a very special evening tonight and these gifts await the attendees. Love this business.
White roses arranged and now I’m ready to start the day. Lots on training, auction reserves, video filming and a special evening workshop. I love going forward to the day. 🌷
Tuesday morning and full glitter matches the mood. 😘 Big team meeting, lots of opportunities to inspire and recognize our amazing people. Grateful for every day.
Reading list for the new week (or two) ahead. All of these books have something for me to work with. I’ll dress like Frida 💃🏽🌷, try to apply the wisdom of Judge Ruth ⚖️, the humour of @markmansonnet
‼️ and cook wickedly healthy with only five ingredients (yeah right!) I guess all of that might help me understand how Sapiens developed 🤔😜
THE CHICKEN OR THE EGG? — Student violinists at different points must choose whether to focus on bowing or the left hand (fingerings and pitch). Quite a few teachers, artists, students, and observers consider bowing to be the primary difficulty and more important than the left hand in order to get a jumpstart on artistry.
I generally disagree, and my studies hinge on that. Intonation and left hand technique are by far the most complex. At the end of the day, any passage of music can be simplified to note-by-note bowing to work on intonation and left hand speed. Bowing can easily be applied second.
With music as a gestalt, however, bowing is also a crucial component. Thus-far, my focus being on securing the left hand has kept bowing on the back burner. In the last few days, I have finally been working bowing studies into my practice program. A mirror is proving crucial, which I have setup in an ideal spot in my practice space.
My biggest goals coming in have included bowing in precisely one spot on the string and not “swimming” or relocating out of carelessness, keeping perpendicular to the string, relieving shoulder and arm tension while improving my posture form, and keeping my chosen bow hold consistent.
One of my greatest surprises and challenges has actually been introduced by Ševčík in double stopping. It is my first real work with double stopping, which proves difficult not just with the left hand (down the road), but also with the bow arm. It's extremely difficult at first to sustain two pitches at once and requires a lot of stability in the bow.
Enjoy viewing my first steps at isolating my bowing…
At first glance, one would think these exercises mostly about moving smoothly when shifting. They're so much more than that. One of the most difficult parts of the fretless nature of the violin is that the notes become closer together as you go higher. Multi-string scales and exercises don't fully address this issue on all strings, and they don't address the difficulty of playing narrowing intervals higher on lower strings (what a mouthful!). When I was in undergrad, it used to carve my ears out listening to violinists and violists. Even in college, the intonation was soul-scathing! Coming into learning the violin, I've maintained a determination to fill whatever holes exist in violin pedagogy that prevent students from learning to play increasingly in-tune from the beginning. Forgoing first-position mastery and a multi-string focus have been keys to this. By studying each string individually as prerequisite to string-crossing, I am both training my ear and body posture up and down the full length of each string. The ear training is probably the most-difficult, which is where an electric keyboard is absolutely vital.
With this exercise, I have focused mostly on the fourth string, as it is the most difficult to navigate smoothly. I've placed the first string video first in this video series in order to keep things mixed up and exciting.
Hopefully seeing my humble beginnings at serious exercise book studying will be of some value to you…