Barren Tree // 20.11.16

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[…] Every performance, the show makes tickets available to lottery winners for ten bucks. The lottery FAQ states that the number and location of tickets is at the discretion of the production and subject to change, but every time I have looked the goods are 21 front row seats. There is a 2-4 hour window the day of the show for entering online, a preset notification time, and if you get lucky, you have exactly 60 minutes to claim your prize and make the miniscule monetary purchase. You can enter to win one or two tickets only, and only you can use them, in person, driver license required. You also have to be flexible and prepared to cancel your carefully chosen dinner reservation if you win.

Once you try it, the process is fast and easy and you don’t get a bunch of junk emails trying to sell you stuff like you do most times you are required to use your email address for something, nor do you have to create an account, the bane of the online world. There’s no cost if you lose. It really is easy to do. The lottery says that on average they receive around 10,000 entries a day, but I’m assuming that most couples enter individually as my wife and I did, doubling your odds. So assuming a mix of single and double ticket requests, there should be roughly 14 winners per show, giving a couple around a one in 350 shot. Compared to almost any other contest that’s not bad at all, and if you visit the Big Apple for a week and enter for matinees and evening shows, you could have a better than one in 50 shot. Without hard data I’m making some educated guesses, but clearly your odds should improve during slow tourism periods and I’d assume for weekday matinees and non-weekend nights. If you live in New York and just keep entering, these guestimated odds suggest that sometime in 2017 you will see Hamilton for a ten spot. The lottery is also offered for the same low price for Hamilton in Chicago. […]

thebrusana  asked:

I came out to my entire family recently. I hadn't for a long time because I was scared that some of them were going to shun or reject me or treat me different. This year when they were asking me what I wanted for the holidays I couldn't think of anything else I wanted from them than their love and respect. It sounds cheesy I know. But I asked them for that and in lieu of any preset to donate to a charity for homeless LGBT youths. I've gotten only love and they're going to donate.

That’s good news! ^^
Congratulations, and thank you for putting the well-being of others over your own gifts :3
It may sound cheesy, but it’s true.
With love,

anonymous asked:

Would you mind sharing your reshade preset?

I keep changing it XD so I don’t really have a preset right now but when I find something stable I will share :333 ❤️❤️❤️

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I am very excited to announce my collaboration with The Colour Collection! I’ve created 5 lightroom presets and 5 photoshop actions that are now available in their Artist Collection. I would love it if you guys could check it out, and check out The Colour Collection for other amazing editing tools and presets!


I’m releasing my latest ‘Pay-What-You-Want’ brush tomorrow in my shop, April 7th at 3pm, EST! It is called, The Claude, and its behaviors and attributes are based on the work of the French Impressionists. The painting above was completed entirely with this new brush in about 40 minutes. Please reblog this for all your digital art friends, and thanks, as always, for your kind support. - Kyle


here’s part two of my brush settings list!!! (part one here)

Note for marker tool for the drawr brushes, i sometimes use it for coloring too, but feel free to experiment with them however you like!

Also guys I recently posted my first full coloring speed paint video here ;v; check it out if you’re interested in seeing how i color things lol// subs and likes would greatly appreciated <3 (i still don’t know how to enable comments OTL)