the act of sprinkling.
Here’s a big project I’ve been working on for the last few months, in between other jobs - creating artwork for the marketing of the Sony Playstation game Battle Royale Allstars. It was a lot of fun finding the right level of detail to describe both Big Daddy from Bioshock, and Ratchet & Clank. If that wan’t enough, any project where you get to draw Parappa the Rapper can’t be half bad.
a pictorial representation of a facial expression using punctuation marks, numbers and letters, usually written to express a person’s feelings or mood. Emoticons are often used to alert a responder to the tenor or temper of a statement, and can change and improve interpretation of plain text; emoticons for a smiley face :-) and sad face :-( appear in the first documented use in digital form. The word is a portmanteau word of the English words emotion and icon.
1. to wake up; rouse from sleep.
2. to rouse to action; become active.
3. to come or bring to an awareness; become cognisant.
4. waking; not sleeping.
5. vigilant; alert.
Etymology: Middle English awaken, Old English awacen, past participle of awæcnan.
1. a person inexperienced or unskilled in a particular activity.
2. a person who engages in a study, sport, or other activity for pleasure rather than for financial benefit or professional reasons.
3. an athlete who has never competed for payment or for a monetary prize.
4. a person who admires something; devotee; fan.
5. characteristic of or engaged in by an amateur; nonprofessional; dilettante; tyro; novice.
1. (of an animal) having a gland or glands for secreting venom; able to inflict a poisoned bite, sting, or wound.
2. full of or containing venom; poisonous.
3. spiteful; malignant.
Etymology: Middle English venim (o)us < Anglo-French venimus ( Old French venimeux).