Man I love music a lot but musicians/musical child prodigies can be real arrogant jerks to non-musical people sometimes. Correct me if I’m wrong but to many of them it’s like anyone who didn’t learn an instrument or to sing as a child and didn’t manage three instruments, a perfect pitch, reading music sheets and singing by the age of 10 is a less intelligent loser and no other talent they might have like being a heck of an athlete, or painting beautifully, being multilingual or whatever is comparable to theirs. Like please, some of y’all are nobodies outside your home, only speak your mother language and can’t pick up a dance step to save your own lives. Get over your damn selves and learn to appreciate other people and other talents as well.
A lot of people giving Donghyuk congrats for being a choreographer for MMA 2018 (which is well deserved) but there is a lot of people who obviously either don’t know or are acting like he hasn’t been credited for [at least parts of] the choreo of Airplane, Freedom, Killing Me, Cocktail and Best Friend and even their 2018 Sugarman stage.
And who knows how many other dances are his creation. Since we’ve also seen him creating dances and teaching them to HiTech
No shade to anyone who didn’t know. I just want people to fully appreciate how much talent Donghyuk has.
was my favorite character on Shameless. Emmy Rossum was robbed for never winning any accolades for her role—she out performs Macy every week (all the Gallagher kids do!). I’m going to miss seeing Emmy’s talent and babeness on Shameless, I hope she does awesome work in the future!
That being said, her last episode was an underwhelming send off:(
A 15-year-old kid from Malaysia is wowing the internet with his truly jaw-dropping skills in math that he showcased in “Asia’s Got Talent” last week.
Yaashwin Sarawanan, who is now being called a “human calculator,” wowed judges Anggun, David Foster, and Jay Park when he appeared on the talent show last week with nothing but a calculator for a prop, World of Buzz reported.
Synopsis: y/n is neighbors with her professor Mr. Lee, but their relationship is changed when her feelings and actions threaten to be jeprodised the initial unorthodox friendship. Who could stand such close proximity with such a handsome man? Trick question, no one.
Warnings: fluff? Smut? Angst? (I have no idea this is the first time I’ve ever properly submit anything) age gap? Who knows
A/N: hi this is my first submit and the beautiful and extremely generous @rogerina-is-hotter-than-me encouraged me to. She is such an amazing author and my work is inspired by her delicious fics. My obsession. I hope y’all like it :’)
A very good question I’m sure many people would ask as well! I am more than happy to share how I improved in art! A small warning though, this article might come off as a bit harsh to some people, but I speak from experience. And while not everyone can relate, I hope it does help a few people during the hard times in their art career.
I won’t be giving out any specific tutorials or basics in art. There’s a lot of wonderful tutorials out there on the internet. I’m going to be talking about the right mindset to achieve the goal of ‘drawing good’.
You can’t develop a skill properly without first having a foundation of inherent talent for it, and you can’t truly realize the potential of said talent without having a clear vision to execute. Despite that, you can have talent without refining it into skill and you can have vision without exorsizing it with a talent, but I’m not sure if you can have skill without a sharp vision to make it happen. Although vision can exist without the ability to manifest it, and you can still develop skill without having inherent talent, it’ll take longer to achieve targeted goals as you weren’t built to tackle them. The struggle upward will be significant compared to others with natural dispositions towards those abilities. That’s why I think the boomer phrase “Follow your dreams!” is bullshit, because when you wake up into the real world, following reality is very different. You should instead figure out your specific talent, what you’re actually good at, and work towards that. Chase your innate abilities first, not desires, because desires are transient and natural abilities can be refined. It’s great to have passion for something, but without talent think of how that constant state of struggle will decay your drive. Many grow up and pursue skills that they have no talent for, misdirected by delusions of grandeur, shunted from any real improvement by their ego. By the time they find themselves in a career position and realize they do not have the proper capacity to improve, it’s too late and existential depression can set in. Also, I think there are many people who grew up with an impaired vision yet believe they have been able to see well. They get lost in that blurry vision. There is no surefire way to correct this, as there is no visual acuity test for the third eye and you cannot refract the mind.
I was gonna study but then i remembered nick posted a cover so uhhh thATS not happening until I’ve watched this 23683 times
Y'all, ,, i don’t know whether they consider us friends yet but i stan very much and i screamed when i was added to his close friends thing on insta one of my fav bands @nevergenders posted an acapella cover of a sio song and uhh y'all should go listen to it and subscribe bc they are talented as f-
Magician Shin Lim tricked his way to victory on America’s Got Talent Champions last night (Feb. 18).
Actually, he hesitates to call himself a magician. He’s an incredibly skillful slight-of-hand artist. He performs carefully intricate routines rather than pretending to defy the laws of Physics. Combining dexterity, precision, and grace, his mind-boggling finger moves are so masterful, that the audience is left flabbergasted, asking themselves, “How did he do that?”