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16 November 2012 - 02:54 PMI would suggest the Bamboo Splash. It retails for about $79 and should be just the thing for paper-to-digital art beginners. There are other models above the Splash that would be good for those with intermediate ability. Either way, I'd stick with the Bamboo line vs. the Intuos or Cintiq which are quite pricey and have bells & whistles which most likely wouldn't be used by kids and adolescents who are just starting out. Good luck and let us know what you decide.
08 November 2012 - 10:00 AMHi, Ladies.
I get my millet from the bulk bin area at Whole Foods. I just buy about 1/2 a cup at a time and it's pretty cheap. Any other natural food store should have it too (Trader Joe's, Richards, etc). It looks like tiny yellow balls/seeds. You'll want to use the millet, not the millet flour. I use King Arthur's Unbleached Bread Flour, but any bread flour will do. Just make sure it's "bread" four and not "all-purpose", because the protein and gluten levels makes all the difference when baking. The millet adds a nice crunch to the bread recipe and bit more durability to the crust and crumb. Let me know if you try the recipe and what you think.
PS: I use an electric knife so I can get nice even slices.
01 November 2012 - 09:55 AMOoo-la-la! Boutique Thursday and Club Day! I can hardly wait...
Check out the new club by Shalae Tippetts
Comfort of Home
Those burlap roses absolutely make me swoon! Can't-wait-to-play-with-them.
01 November 2012 - 09:53 AMAngie put this one up during the week:
First and Goal Collection
Ashamed to say it, but I'm actually looking forward to my lil' guy playing football now so I can use this kit! <3
22 October 2012 - 12:50 PMI have a 4x6 calendar set for 2013 coming out in the next few days.