Mobile wallpapers Show your character




Background is one of the most attractive elements in a mobile phone. Nowadays, young people are different from other teenagers, so they decorate their mobile phones with many fine jewelry.

I have downloaded many beautiful pictures on my mobile phone, and I use them as wallpapers on my mobile phone. I change wallpapers on my cell phone anytime, because there are so many attractive pictures to choose from. And all my friends say they like my choice of wallpapers. They say my wallpapers are very special and beautiful.

My wallpapers can be categorized as cartoon images, photos of me, my family and friends and pictures of my favorite pop stars.

For the most part, I use my favorite singer's photos as a background on my cell phone. When my friends see my cell phone they always ask me which Fellows in the wallpaper are. I tell them they are my favorite singers. I also ask my friends who are the nicest, and I present their new songs to my friends, and some of my friends eventually end up being the artist's fans, so I think a wallpaper also acts as a marketing tool on my cell phone.

The background of a mobile phone can reflect the user's personality as well. Some wallpapers are very nice and very animated, so users can be expected to be very happy and easy to walk and usually the users are young or fashionable girls. Some phone table covers happen to have photographs of family members, so the user must be someone who loves their family a lot. Some phone flashes carry pop star images, as most pop stars are very modern and beautiful or stylish. In summary, wallpapers on mobile phones are a very attractive aspect for teens as it shows where individual characters.

I discover simultaneous, two-handed drawing techniques through my own individual art style. Every time I create a new artwork, I find my hands that make similar movements during the drawing.

I have been strongly inspired by Polynesian, Samoan and all forms of tribal art. I am not the first person in the world to draw with both hands at the same time, but I have discovered and documented several drawing techniques to make the process easier to describe and teach others.

I have not always drawn two hands at the same time. At the same time, two-handed drawing is the next step in my individual creative process. If I never learned to draw with one hand, I could never have tailed myself to draw with two hands.

It feels very different to draw with two hands than with one. When drawing a line on the paper with one hand, it corresponds to a personality in a room. When you draw a line with two hands, it has similar two personalities in a room. These two personalities can either talk to each other, or they can go and "do their own things".

I created the term "Hand Mirroring" to describe when both hands draw two similar lines or shapes at the same time. Imagine that a hand draws a circle, and the other hand also draws a circle. This is like both hands talking to each other. Whatever a hand does, do the other. If a hand draws a line, the other hand also draws a line. This is a simple concept for us to put our brains together. Mirroring = imitation.

When it begins to be devastated is when we try to allow the hands to have their own personality and each one "do their own things". Imagine a hand drawing a circle while the other draws a box. I refer to this type of drawing as "Hand Independence" and "Detachment". With independence, the hands are freed from each other's movements so that they can function independently of each other. In contrast to Mirroring, where they operate reliably and opposite each other's movements.

Detachment begins in the mind and ends on the paper. It is the mental and physical process of separating hands from each other so that they can function as two individual artists. Independent is an action to draw with two hands simultaneously. First, we need to get rid of our hands so that they can come apart from each other and act independently of each other.

In music, tempo means speed. In simultaneous two-handed drawing, tempo means the speed at which the hands draw in relation to each other. Drawing speed is an important part of deregulation. Usually with Mirroring, the hands also tend to mimic each other's speed. Learning to remove hands from each other's movements allows each hand to achieve maximum potential.