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Harbour. Paperback. New. Paperback. 224 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.British Columbias Jedediah Island is now a popular marine park, 640 acres of natural splendour tucked in between Texada and Lasqueti islands in the Strait of Georgia. But when Mary Palmer and her husband purchased the island half a century ago, they found out it could be challenging indeed to live in an isolated coastal paradise. Jedediah Days is a rich, exuberant memoir of forty-five years on a secluded island. The book documents it all: the daily struggles and joys of maintaining a working farm; the experience of living on ruggedly beautiful land with abundant wildlife; the community spirit among fishermen, farmers, war vets, loggers, artists and hippies who were just a boat ride away-weather permitting. Jedediah Days also shows that paradise can be a bit of a struggle. Read how Mary got rid of an insufferable guest by stranding the intruder aboard a log boom that happened to be crawling past the island on its way to distant mills. Years later, when residents of Texada, Lasqueti and Jedediah heard that a floating red-light hotel was going to be anchored off Jedediah, they engaged a prospector to do a little blasting at the intended site. And when Mary helped move her new caretakers and their ten children to Jedediah, she knew that the woman was nine months pregnant but she didnt know shed be delivering the baby in the old homestead, with no access to telephone, transportation or medical facilities. In the 1990s, when Mary and Al Palmer retired from Jedediah, they turned down lucrative real estate offers, and instead set out to ensure their beloved island would be preserved in its natural state and shared with the rest of the world. In March 1995, after an extraordinary public fundraising campaign, Jedediah was officially designated a Class A provincial marine park. This book is Mary Palmers story on the island between 1949 and 1994. The islands rich history is brought to life with an engaging text and almost 100 photos from the authors collection. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Harbour, Harper Perennial. Paperback. New. Paperback. 1488 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.2in. x 2.9in.A special limited edition of nine classic novels produced to coincide with Weidenfeld and Nicolsons 60th anniversary. Designed by the award-winning advertising agency Fallon with special endpapers commissioned from ground-breaking artists. The endpapers for this title have been designed by Yehrin Tong. Vikram Seths novel is at its core a love story, the tale of Lata - and her mothers attempts to find her a suitable husband, through love or through exacting maternal appraisal. Set in post-Independence India and involving the lives of four large families and those who orbit them, it is also a vast panoramic exploration of a whole continent at a crucial hour as a sixth of the worlds population faces its first great General Election and the chance to map its own destiny. A SUITABLE BOY may prove to be the most fecund as well as the most prodigious work of the latter half of this century - perhaps even the book to restore the serious reading publics faith in the contemporary novel . . . You should make time for it. It will keep you company for the rest of your life Daniel Johnson, The Times This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Harper Perennial, New York. 1991. Norton. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 1st Novel. 310 pages. January 1991. hardcover. Jacket design by Paul Bacon. Inscribed by The Author. 0393028917. keywords: Literature Latino Women Ethnic. inventory # 32528. FROM THE PUBLISHER - What happens when two bored, wealthy nine-year-olds take up spying and steal the town hooker’s life savings? This darkly written novel, with the feel of a Mexican TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, is set in 1947 in a small town south of the Texas border. There, two young cousins tear away the shoddy veneer of their town’s respectable surface and are almost dragged under by the passions and desperation of its inhabitants. Andrea is the overly curious narrator, a rebellious child of an artistic American mother and an adoring, volatile, Mexican father. She and her cousin Victor, a devout, nervous child, act out their children’s drama without realizing the repercussions it will have, not only on them but on the whole town. They begin to learn fear after taking a forbidden trip to the other side of the river a site of makeshift camps, utmost poverty, and brewing anger But their disobedience and thieving is the least of their sins, for in the wake of their actions follows violence, murder, public humiliation, and suicide. In this fast-paced, elegantly written first novel, Fontes has melded the traditions of the finest Latin writers with the unnerving style of the American southern writers. MONTSERRAT FONTES has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities for study on Faulkner, O’Connor, and McCullers. Her roots in Mexican culture are deep. Her maternal grandfather, a presidential candidate there, was executed in 1927, while her paternal grandfather was with President Venustiano Carranza when Carranza was murdered. Her grandmother’s ranch in Sonora was burned by Pancho Villa no less than three times. Fontes grew up in a border town in Texas and now lives near Los Angeles where she teaches high school. . ISBN: 0393028917., University of Georgia Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 616 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.1in. x 1.4in.My life has been incredible, Katherine Anne Porter used to say, I dont believe a word of it. Author of the best-selling novel, Ship of Fools, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award for her short stories, Porter was both the first lady of American letters and a woman whose indomitable will forged a life that, as biographer Joan Givner makes clear, was not only incredible but may have been her most creative fiction of all. Born Callie Porter in the log-cabin poverty of rural Texas, she, like Jay Gatsby, invented her own history, changing her name and acquiring a lineage of statesmen to become an aristocratic daughter of the Old South. Strikingly beautiful and gilded by her idealized background, Porter lived a life of drama and passion that spanned nine decades and witnessed some of this centurys most tumultuous events. She traveled from revolutionary Mexico in the 1920s to Berlin at Hitlers rise and to Paris at the start of World War II; from Hollywood in the forties to Washington during the Kennedy era. Somehow, by design or coincidence, she was always right in the eye of the storm when history was being made. By the end of her life, she had risen from rags to riches, anonymity to renown--all on her own terms, all on the strength of her talent, her miraculous stamina, her wit, grit, and often ruthless determination. As evocative of her era as it is of the woman herself, this book is a remarkable portrait of an artist who crafted her life to appear as elegant and structured as her short stories and who, in so doing, sometimes edited out of her experience the hard, cold facts that until now have remained obscure. Givner has recovered that experience to reveal the true version of Porters childhood and family background, her first hidden marriage, her innumerable love affairs, her quarrels with Hart Crane and other friends, and her ultimate achievement of wealth and celebrity. For this revised edition, Givner has provided an updated prologue and epilogue, incorporating new material to further illuminate Porters life and fiction. Givner offers accurate information on Porters battle with tuberculosis, an account of Porters betrayal of her close friend Josephine Herbst during a mendacious interview with FBI agents, and new insight into her relationship with William Goyen. Recently discovered candid photographs of Porter have also been included. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., University of Georgia Press, paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: November 2012 of Pages: 236 Language: Chinese in Publisher: Ocean Press the Illustrator CS6 standard tutorial (New Chinese Version) is designed to want in a relatively short period of time to learn and master the vector graphics drawing software IllustratorCS6 The use of methods and techniques to write standard tutorial. Illustrator CS6 standard tutorial (new Chinese version) plain language. content-rich. professional. and easy-to-digest. the illustrated narrative way. starting from the most basic skills and knowledge. supplemented by a large number of on machine instances as guide to help readers easily master the basic knowledge and operational skills of the Chinese version of Illustrator CS6. and do live to use it creatively. Illustrator CS6 standard tutorial (New Chinese Edition): The book is divided into 10 chapters. focuses on the basics of lustrator CS6; auxiliary functions; graphical selection; basic drawing; graphic coloring and artistic effects processing; text processing; edit and manage graphics; knowledge of charting and filter effects. Final text by making three-dimensional effect. the art text. three-dimensional effects word. logo design. circular design. draw the child nutrition bottle. the design of the product specification. the foreground design and shampoo advertising single design nine typical example of the production process. described in detail the Illustrator CS6 design skills. Contents: Chapter 1 Illustrator CS6 entry 1.1 Illustrator Introduction 1.2 Illustrator CS6 interface 1.2.1 launcher 1.2.2 Illustrator CS6 the windows appearance of 1.2.3 menu bar 1.2.4 Toolbox 1.2.5 drawing window 1.2.6 Control Panel 1.3 basic file operations 1.4 graphics placed with output 1.5 Illustrator 1.4.2 1.4.1 Placing files output file. the basic concepts 1.5.1 vector graphics and bitmap images 1.5.2 bitmap image resolution 1.6 Chapter Summary 1.7 Accessibility Exercises Chapter 2 Illustrator 2.1 to view graphical 2.1.1 Zoom tool 2.1.2 2.1.3 Hand tool Zoom command 2.1.4 [Navigator] dialog box. the 2.1.5 switch the screen display mode 2.2 How to use the reference line. ruler 3.1 Select tools with Grid 2.2.1 guide with the ruler. measure 2.2.3 2.2.2 Grid Tool 2.3 copy attributes 2.4 create new windows 2.5 Chapter Summary 2.6 Exercises Chapter 3 graphics choice between objects select Tools 3.1.1 3.1.2 The option to select and move objects to adjust object 3.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 copy the object directly select Tools 3.3 Group Selection tool 3.3.1 to create 3.4 Magic Wand Tool 3.5 lasso tool group 3.3.2 Group Selection tool using the menu 3.6 command to select objects 3.6.1 Select and cancel the to select 3.6.2 select the same attributes of objects 3.6.3 storage options 3.7 Chapter Summary 3.8 Exercises Chapter 4 based drawing 4.1 path 4.2 with the pen tool to draw a path 4.3 with the pencil tool to draw any shape path 4.3.1 using the pencil tool to draw a path 4.3.2 4.4.3 draw using the pencil tool to draw a closed path 4.3.3 4.4.2 drawing arcs and arc doll 4.4 draw simple lines and shapes 4.4.1 draw straight lines using the pencil tool to draw 4.4.4 draw spiral grid 4.4.5 draw draw rectangular and oval 4.4.6 draw polygons 4.4.7 star 4.4.8 Blob Brush tool 4.5 adjustment path 4.5.1 4.5.2 Smooth tool to adjust the path tool 4.5.3 4.5.5 shaping tool path eraser tool 4.5.4 Eraser Tool 4.5.6 Segmentation path 4.5.7 combined end point 4.5.8 simplifies path 4.5.9 average anchor 4.6 4.6.1 image tracing tracing 4.6.2 create template Figure layer 4.7 Live Paint Tools 4.8 real-time color select Tools 4.9 Chapter Summary 4.10 Exercises Chapter 5 graphics coloring and artistic effects processing 5.1 using brushes 5.1.1 5.1.2 Using the brush type brush panel and brush library 5.1.3 using the brush tool to draw graphics 5.1.4 application brush to remove the brush strokes brush 5.1.6 5.1.5 alternate path on the current path from the path 5.1.7 brush strokes converted into frame 5.2 to create and edit brush 5.2. 1 create Bristle brush to create a scatter brush to create a calligraphy brush 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.2.5 to create artistic brushes. brush 5.3 Using 5.2.6 copy and modify symbol 5.3.1 symbol panel with symbols library 5.3 to create a pattern brush. Symbols 5.4 Symbols tool 2 Create the Application 5.4.1 symbol airbrush 5.4.2 symbol shifter tool the 5.4.3 symbol crunch is tool the 5.4.4 symbol scaler Tools 5.4.5 Symbols the rotator Tools 5.4.6 symbol shader tools 5.4.7 symbolic color filter tools 5.4.8 bullet style tool grid tools fill object draw Halo Objects 5.6 Application gradient with the Gradient Mesh 5.6.1 application Gradient Tool Gradient panel 5.6.2 5.6.3 5.5 [ the transparency] Panel 5.7 mixed mixed object 5.7.1 5.7.2 to edit mixed objects to create mixed-5.7.3 5.7.4 release mixed 5.8 Chapter Summary 5.9 Exercises Chapter 6 Text Processing 6.1 6.2 character formatting using the text tool 6.2.1 Select Text 6.2 .2 set the font and font size 6.2.3 set character spacing and line spacing 6.2.4 Set the text color 6.3 paragraph formatting the 6.4 vertical text tools 6.5 6.5.2 text area text tool to create area text 6.5.1 aligned 6.6 to create a path text 6.6 .1 open path to create text 6.6.2 6.6.3 edit the Path text to create text in a closed path 6.7 Find and Replace 6.8 change-sensitive 6.9 to create a distorted text outline 6.10 6.11 Chapter Summary 6.12 Exercises Chapter 7 Editing and Management graphics 7.1 the edit graphics tools 7.1.1 Rotate Tool 7.1.2 mirror Tools 7.1.3 scaling tools 7.1.4 tilt tool ... comprehensive example of Chapter 8. Chapter 9. Chapter 10 of the filters and effects charting exercises reference answers Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back., Penguin Aus., 2015. Hardcover. New. For more than twenty years Wendy Whiteley has worked to create a public garden at the foot of her harbourside home in Sydney's Lavender Bay. This is the extraordinary story of how a determined, passionate and deeply creative woman has slowly transformed an overgrown wasteland into a beautiful sanctuary for everyone to enjoy - and in the process, transformed herself. Wendy Whiteley was Brett Whiteley's wife, muse and model. An artist herself, with a finely honed aesthetic sense, she also created the interiors at the heart of Brett's iconic paintings of their Lavender Bay home. When Brett died, followed by the death nine years later of their daughter Arkie, Wendy threw her grief and creativity into making an enchanting hidden oasis out of derelict land owned by the New South Wales Government. This glorious guerrilla garden is Wendy's living artwork, designed with daubs of colour, sinuous shapes and shafts of light. This is Wendy's story but it's also the story of the countless people who cherish the Secret Garden.  'I've loved making this garden.  It's been a great gift to my life.  It let me find myself again, and it's my gift to share with the public.'   Wendy Whiteley SKU: MM-40032202; EAN: 9781921383939, Penguin Aus., 2015, University Press of Mississippi. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 256 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.Includes interviews with Ken Anderson, Les Clark, Larry Clemmons, Jack Cutting, Don Duckwall, Marcellite Garner, Harper Goff, Floyd Gottfredson, Dick Huemer, Wilfred Jackson, Eric Larson, Clarence Nash, Ken OConnor, Herb Ryman, Ben Sharpsteen Walt Disney created or supervised the creation of live-action films, television specials, documentaries, toys, merchandise, comic books, and theme parks. His vision, however, manifested itself first and foremost in his animated shorts and feature-length cartoons, which are loved by millions around the world. Working with Walt: Interviews with Disney Artists collects revealing conversations with animators, voice actors, and designers who worked extensively with Disney during the heyday of his animation studio. The book includes fifteen interviews with artists who directed segments of such classic animated features as Dumbo and Fantasia. Some interviewed were part of Disneys famed team dubbed The Nine Old Men of Animation, and some worked closely with Disney on Steamboat Willie, his first cartoon with sound. Among the subjects the interviewees discuss are the studios working environment, the high-water mark of animation during Hollywoods Golden Age, and Disneys mixture of childlike charm and hard-nosed business drive. Through these voices, Don Peri preserves an account of the Disney magic from those who worked closely with him. Don Peri of Davis, California, first gained the confidence of Disney insiders through his work with animator, director, and producer Ben Sharpsteen. He has written and published extensively on Walt Disneys productions. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., University Press of Mississippi

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Working with Walt: Hardback: University Press of Mississippi: 9781934110676: 28 Feb 2008: This book includes interviews with Ken Anderson, Les Clark, Larry Clemmons, Jack Cutting, Don Duckwall, Marcellite Garner, Harper Goff, Floyd Gottfredson, Dick Huemer, Wilfred Jackson, Eric Larson, Clarence Nash, Ken O'Connor, Herb Ryman, and Ben Sharpsteen. Walt Disney created or supervised the creation of live-action films, television specials, documentaries, toys, merchandise, comic books, and. This book includes interviews with Ken Anderson, Les Clark, Larry Clemmons, Jack Cutting, Don Duckwall, Marcellite Garner, Harper Goff, Floyd Gottfredson, Dick Huemer, Wilfred Jackson, Eric Larson, Clarence Nash, Ken O'Connor, Herb Ryman, and Ben Sharpsteen. Walt Disney created or supervised the creation of live-action films, television specials, documentaries, toys, merchandise, comic books, and theme parks. His vision, however, manifested itself first and foremost in his animated shorts and feature-length cartoons, which are loved by millions around the world. Working with Walt: Interviews with Disney Artists collects revealing conversations with animators, voice actors, and designers who worked extensively with Disney during the heyday of his animation studio. The book includes fifteen interviews with artists who directed segments of such classic animated features as Dumbo andFantasia. Some interviewed were part of Disney's famed team dubbed "The Nine Old Men of Animation," and some worked closely with Disney onSteamboat Willie, his first cartoon with sound. Among the subjects the interviewees discuss are the studio's working environment, the high-water mark of animation during Hollywood's Golden Age, and Disney's mixture of childlike charm and hard-nosed business drive. Through these voices, Don Peri preserves an account of the Disney magic from those who worked closely with him. Animated Films, , , , Working with Walt, Don Peri, 9781934110676, University Press of Mississippi, , , , ,

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Working with Walt: Interviews with Disney Artists

Conversations with top animators, designers, and voice actors who worked directly with film pioneer Walt Disney

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781934110676
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1934110671
Hardcover
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Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
246 Pages
Weight: 0,531 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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