Practice Makes Perfect. Comparison Edition (16 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       17 Sep 2020       2710       6

"1-year difference"

"Toy Story and Toy Story 4, 24 years apart"

"Photos taken exactly 1 year apart"

“I’ve always loved photos of work that showed an artist’s progress. But I’ve never thought about it and it seemed that my own works remained the same over time. Well, I was wrong.”

“In the above pic, I was trying to make a ring. I was drilling, hammering, and was angry. On the bottom are my rings from 2019.”

“Just look at the detail on the ring on the right!”

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"Phone cameras 8 years ago vs now"

"Progress: 2018 and 2020"

“I have a tendency to be hypercritical and only see the mistakes. Re-doing my nail art has been one of the coolest ways to see my progress. I’m so proud of my growth!”

“7 days later — This Riccia is getting better”

"My town before and after"

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"McDonald’s of the ’90s and today"

“On the left is the bird I made for my husband in 2017. And I wanted to do it again, so on the right, you can see the new one.”

“The left cover is my first leatherwork experience. I didn’t have any tools back then. On the right, I’m using way more technique.”

“I often heard that if you can’t make a nice picture, there’s no point in pursuing this hobby. In my opinion, if you like the process, keep doing it! Eventually, you’ll get better over time, no matter what.”

 

"Calculators"

"Hair curlers of the 1940s and today"

"The hair iron: the 1960s and today"



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Vandalia 1 month ago
       
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Littleberry 1 month ago
Vandalia, seriously? You need to get out more. Phones can’t be used in professions that require rapid, ongoing calculations. That’s like saying you should use your phone keyboard instead of a regular computer keyboard for typing.
       
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Hiram 1 month ago
Anyone who works at a professional place of work. Generally using your phones calculator for figuring out many mathematical problems is tacky and juvenile, also many places of work have 'no phones out' policies. Adults use the tools that were made for the job if they are available. What do you have against calculators, that if someone uses it they are a douche? You are triggered by weird things, the lockdown has not been kind to you. 35
       
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Manoah 1 month ago
Hiram,

What calculator company do you work for? lol
       
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Lonzo 1 month ago
I don't think the last picture is right. Flat hair irons excited since 1909, in the 60' 70' it was just quick and cheap way to do it
       
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Olivia 1 weeks ago
Lonzo,

I missed your point. If you were there, you would know that half the girls in school was ironing their hair and nobody had a proper iron. Three of my sister's eventually had to cut past damaged hair.
No hair product was remotely like we have today.

To your point they had airplanes in the first years of the last century. But my driveway only had cars in it.
       
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