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Kimberly Keyes
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over 6 months ago

Here’s my #ink and #pencil #drawing of #Dumbo the #elephant that I did while following along with the YouTube series that’s put up by #Disney animator Michael Woodside as part of his #drawingwithwoodsy series. I’ll provide the link to the video I used in the first comment. #drawingsofeaster #fanart

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Julian Quiej
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over 6 months ago

Really good food and really good team

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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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over 6 months ago

BY SPECIAL REQUEST! (This can change your perspective in life.)

Understanding Your Thinking Capacity: What prevents people from getting a job?

From his youth, an elephant is chained to a stake for a mental conditioning process. Years later, no matter how large and powerful he/she becomes he/she is conditioned to believe that they are never truly free.

Therefore, you can attach the smallest chain type of instrument around their ankles, and when they walk, they immediately reflect back to their childhood training. So, they never truly feel free (mentally) even though they are living in conditions that are open broad, spacious and wide, without boundaries. (Like in the illustration below.)

In a like manner, if a person is conditioned to believe that he/she CAN'T ever have worthwhile things in life, because of a mental and psychological conditioning, how can that person acquire the JOB? Before you acquire anything on the OUTSIDE, you have to access it on INSIDE with a new mental picture?

Our "thoughts" determine if we are prisoners of the past, or aligning ourselves for the future.

If you want a Job, first, you have to change the capacity of your thoughts.

I Believe You Can...!

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Kimberly Keyes
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Today’s prompt word for #Inktober is #bottle. That one was relatively easy for me compared to the prompts from the last three days. The only challenge was finding a bottle that I wanted to #draw. I finally decided on #drawing this bottle of Delirium Red #Belgian #beer featuring a #pink #elephant #pinkelephant on the label. #Inktober2018

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