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Thank You and Features

Thu Jan 30, 2014, 1:51 AM

First, I want to say THANK YOU to everyone who has supported me
by Watching, Faving, Commenting & donating Points!
I'm thrilled to have my first photo reach 100+ FAVES!!

Thank You Very Much Sign by Mirz123Animated Rainbow Heart Divider by GasaraThank You Flower Sign by Mirz123

:excited: by CookiemagiK

I'm so thankful for ALL of you who are supportive and for all who inspire me through their own Outstanding Artwork. I've been a part of dA for around 5 months now, and I've learned so much by watching other Artists. 

Sweet Dreams by bridgetbright

  Welcome Sign + PLZ by Mirz123 I would love for you to JOIN US in our new group ~New Sign - Updated by Mirz123                




                    Now is the perfect time to become a part of this                                                                    supportive community.  


We are holding our first CONTEST!  The theme is ButterfliesFREE Icon / Avatar : Flutterix by Sarilain

The prizes will go to 3 Winners!
Win POINTS and be Featured!!

And speaking of Features...

Some Beautiful Artwork from talented dA Artists~

Animated Rainbow Heart Divider by Gasara
Took off to Dream by BlueLunarRose
We Are Free by WishmasterAlchemist
Inescapable by delusional-dreams
obstacles unseen by funkichkn
Morning Reflection by Bimmi1111Two Different Faces by dheej18
Cotton Blue by KitanaxCroft97
Forgotten fairytale by TheDewdropFairy
soft balloons by Rebekka85Siberian Clouds by PajunenReddish Haze by ShipperTrishLondon Eye Two by emmysphotographygood morning by xthumbtakxJeweled by sueznMissing You... by BlueLunarRoseDo not forget me nevermore by PassionAndTheCamera
009 by SHiNiNGSTARS3Bright by prominent-portraitsSomething to Live for... by seek-and-hideSunrays 6 - Day 273 of 366 by TurquoiseMoon
December sunset by Morgan-Lou
God's gift by funkichkn
Swan Song by NayeliNeria
.:I See Fire:. by bogdanici

God of Wonders by KitanaxCroft97
Perfect Sunset by Nessie905
Paper Flowers 2.0 by delusional-dreamsDeep into Cosmos valley by kim-e-sensIt's magic~ by MauiMelleFade Out by Sarah-BK
Keeping Hopes Alive by Sarah-BKOpen your wings by Fra-Emer.:: Beauty of Books ::. by Whimsical-Dreams
butterfly by KarKitsuneSwan Lake by WisteriasWebFloodland by AStoKoEvening Canvas by NovaHeroi
Baby Sparrow by MYPeanutGalleryOpen the secret door.. by ShadowinLight
Beautiful Smile Of Joy by sesam-is-open
f l y b y e by SaphoPhotographicsEarly Morning by Vannilaby
Frozen heart by Stefania-R
Wait a Minute by nviki89
Earth Song by Pajunen
Solitude by ChloeClik
fragility by moem-photography
Abandoned by BritLawrenceThrough your eyes by EbonyTigress7
Bentley - 4 by PebelsSouthern Serenity II by TlCphotography730Passing Time by cheslah
Closer Hope by Michies-Photographyy
Birdsong by CrazyRandomWafflesStrands of Color by tld7
Rainbow love by gigi50
A Little Rainbow :) by HedgehogReality
I Believe I Can Fly by athenaowl1999
Battle Scars by athenaowl1999
.Triple. by Jules1983
. . . by sandrawiklander
somewhere only we know by islandtime
:: Forever Memorable :: by MadxRhapsodyx17

Hope you enjoyed this FEATURE!!!

Don't forget to check out the Butterfly CONTEST

 and enter any of your Art containing butterflies!

Upcoming CONTEST and Butterfly Feature!!
I recently posted a Journal featuring Beautiful Butterflies                    
on my dA page.  I found so many wonderful photos of butterflies by dA Artists that I decided I would just have to do atleast one more feature.  Maybe I'll do even more!  But for now I am getting ready to hold a Contest here and feature as many beautiful butterflies as possible!  
I would LOVE your input, please! First, send me any Artwork containing butterflies that you would like to enter into the Contest.
Next, I'd be thrilled if you would pass the word along that we have a NEW GROUP here & invite any of your dA friends to join us!  *Let them know about the contest*  Simply send them a link to this Journal entry.
And last of all, I need some

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:iconbutterfly1plz::iconbutterfly2plz::iconbutterfly3plz::iconbutterfly4plz::iconbutterfly5plz:March Gallery Submissions:iconbutterfly1plz::iconbutterfly2plz::iconbutterfly3plz::iconbutterfly4plz::iconbutterfly5plz:

We've got some good news, everyone—the monthly features are back! :aww:
After every month, we at I-Heart-Colors are going to feature the color-wise most outstanding and memorable works submitted to our gallery folders. Please note that this feature only includes art from our members

Enjoy and don’t forget to :+fav:

:iconcuterainbowplz:Colourful Traditional Art:iconcuterainbowplz:

...BUNNY LADYBUNN'S... by bunnyjoyOH it hurt... by NexiviSoliloquy by ryakingThe Singing River by MirachRavaiaDemon Nemi by XXAnemiaKaroline by PMucksMad Tea Party by VampyreCupcakeSpring Pop by nihilistic-hunJoyful Sunrise by snowmariteForest of Imagination II by knight-of-sandInspector Of Inspectors by Timothyleak

:iconcuterainbowplz:Colourful Digital Media:iconcuterainbowplz:

colors by nosoartThe Place of My Dreams by LiliaOsipovaTree On Fire by ICONcreationsSpiral Color Sticky Bite by hurikanLet Us Refer To The Book Of Mushrooms by GrimeWeaselDali's  New High: The 4th (Transcendence version) by Sheego:thumb360059368:Steampunk eye by ArjneKoijnovskiColours of Spring by GrahamSymTo All The Ladies... by Iza-nagiVisceral by analillithbar

:iconcuterainbowplz:Colourful Photos:iconcuterainbowplz:

hold your colour by sandeepsarmaWhen Words Are Not Enough by ValentinaWhite:thumb358769083:B e a u t y . II . by edthespacebread
Triple Dot Madness Orange MBL by hankypanky68Dancing lights by TrichardsenLet the beauty of what you love be what you do by BlueColoursOfNatureFrozen Strawberry by AljoschaThielen

:iconcuterainbowplz:Colourful Artisan Crafts:iconcuterainbowplz:

Star Dust Shoes by Genny-RaskinSummer Picnic by Vissyscrafts

:iconcuterainbowplz:Colourful Video and Animation:iconcuterainbowplz:

Mantropa by Ace0fredspades

:iconcuterainbowplz:Colourful Other:iconcuterainbowplz:

Summer's Song by BigBearsArtStudio

:new:One Colour Art:new:

This month we introduced our new One Colour folders, and we hope they will gain popularity among our group. It's been a slow start, but here's a look at some lovely art that has already been submitted! :)
orange landscape by Dade100Golden fox by PoledreyCitrus Veins by tonare:thumb360253664:Rain Goddess by Arkus83Celebration by Nigel-Hirst.:Just Dream:. by LT-ArtsMy Moonlight Dolphin by MariLucia009 Emerald Songs by BlackHeresy

Let's give a round of applause to the artists! :clap:
A big thank you to our members and watchers as well! :huggle:

Keep your eyes open for Best of April next month! :heart:

Feature by KiwiCocktail

2013 © I-Heart-Colors
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Welcome to another installment!  Enjoy all the awesome! :la:

:bigthumb367235801: . . .. .. ..... .. . ........ by Frozen-photo

Spring Lights by Trashins Get the stick by Optionator

Metropolis by ulyce Concert by geonebieridze

Pink flowers 2 by RalfPfaarPhotography In the burning heart... by Dax2610 121/365 by DaphneNg 


men by MartaSyrko Eroi del fango by luis75 Cachoeira de Paulo Afonso.IR by vw1956

z-161,162 by S6ltuvus Image by ibrunswick

Together by thrumyeye Darker days to come by MD-Arts Garden by DaveTheory

Untitled by ohyouhandsomeDevil

touch by PsycheAnamnesis Paris 17 by ncavee Eastern State Penitentiary by AgonizingSwordfish

Spring nostalgia by AlecsPS morning dew grass by pijnapple

Title by Kakaao Time to relax by TlCphotography730

Den iskalla Vargtimmen by DaXXe Come Here... by 707ArtWorks

like burning acid by dionn-k :thumb369448807:

Oksat by fosku Never ending Electric Poles by Furqan3991

The cutest of them all by woxys l e a r n i n g . t o . f l y by poppy412 The Ballerinas by ejohanne

Springtime... by AnneKath peach blossom by Lileinaya

This Silence Kills by PatiMakowska Creation by gler-augu Mary II by asalisinasa Young Curiosity by KaleidoKittles

Skogarfoss by T1sup

The Reason:  James 'Cubby' Nelon by basseca FW5 by keinziel water by MartaSyrko

Vivid blossom by Anastasia-Ri Motherland Chronicles 14 - Self Portrait in Water2 by zemotion

Curious by LuxFingerdoodle Katerina by xeneras 

chimerical by fae-photography

Back to the Roots by Lodchen-Photography The Shine in the Darkness by time-photography :thumb370394050:

The Other Side of Snoqualmie Falls by arnaudperret

:thumb370405986: 78342091 by nairafee Stela by Bomb-Creator

Hold Me by Thinking-Silence Magic's all around. by dragonfly-oli

Breakfast by RebeccaJulianne Longing by xOronar A  very early morning. by lomatic
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"Really liked the different perspective/point of view, made it stand out from the rest of the entries. Very unique idea that was well thought out. The various layers and colors of the fall trees captures how close a harvest moon appears to be just within reach."
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"Captures the joy and simplicity of a fall day. You want to be a part of this dream. The amount of detail, wrinkles on old man and overalls the boy is wearing, really brings to life the emotion. Like how the trees extend above the shoebox."
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"This entry has its own uniqueness (there aren't any people or animals) and simplicity that makes it stand out. The attention to detail of all the components really makes it life-like."
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The results are in for the Merrell Diorama Contest! We challenged you to depict your favorite fall memory using a shoebox, and the winners have been chosen. Check out what Merrell's VP of Global Marketing had to say about the top choices, and relive these treasured memories!
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Rui Palha - Head, Eye and Heart

Fri Oct 12, 2012, 6:22 PM
As you know, I normally don't do (features) Journals.
The exception goes to those photographers that had some historical importance in the photography World, those that influence(d) me, those that I believe can move others like they moved me, humanitarian photographers, and that normally live in the "shadow" of the same old Features and references.

Today I have the pleasure and honor to bring you Rui Palha.
Talented photographer and a really good person.

There is little information about Rui Palha. We know that he was born in 1953, is Portuguese, lives in Lisbon, and considers himself an amateur. Well, if all amateurs photographed as Rui, the World would not need professionals.
Photography is his hobby since he was 14 years of age. Had his own darkroom, but preferred to "press the button" in the streets.

The sentence that defines his photography: "Photography is a very important part of my space… it is to discover, it is to capture giving flow to what the heart feels and sees in a certain moment, it is being in the street, trying, knowing, learning and, essentially, practicing the freedom of being, of living, of thinking…"

This story teller uses images and "try to show, among the real life scenes of the everyday life, the beauty that always exists inside the unknown People, my "street models", the beauty of the human race independently of the color, the religion and the politics".
Quoting Rui Palha: "Henri Cartier Bresson said about Photography "It is putting one's head, one's eye and one's heart on the same axis". We have to be able to anticipate, to understand, to "see", to "feel" a street scene in a fraction of time and we must capture that moment in a meaningful framing. The composition is fundamental, too. Not only the moment capture. So you must have the head, the eye, the heart…and the finger in the same axis. And I think this "axis", this characteristic, is indispensable to be a street photographer and not an ordinary "street shooter".

He uses a point and shoot camera in his pocket for problematic places like underground, big shopping centers and places where a camera is a bait to attract problem. This means he doesn't avoid those places. Weapons of choice: a Leica Dlux 4 with a 24-60mm; with SLR/DSLR cameras uses a 20mm, 35mm and a 50mm lenses; and very few times, with the Nikon D700, uses Nikon 14-24 f/2.8 zoom.  

I really admire this humble, talented Man and photographer, and subscribe the way he thinks: "You must love people… and respect them. Street photography is not an easy way to make photography… We have to be brave, astute. We must have the capacity to anticipate the moment before it happens."

The hard part is to choose some examples of his art…












Rui Palha
Erik Kim Interview

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Art Give Away Winner (Also Commission Sale)

Journal Entry: Sun Mar 24, 2013, 7:54 PM
And a winner has been randomly chosen. Drum Roll please! :iconmuch-artistsu:

I greatly apologize! I accidentally gave the 50% off commission to someone else!!! I'm SO SORRY!!!

I have also chosen one other person to get a 50% off chibi commission. That person is :iconshadowpup270343: If you want you can by a chibi commission from me half off, shadowpup. That means a penciled chibi would be $2.50 and a full colored chibi would be $4. Don't feel obliaged at all to buy one but I thought just for fun I would just give one other person the option.
Thank you all for participating!!! Commissions will be 25% off for the remainder of this week. My spring break!!!

The Rules
I'll be doing a chibi art give away! If you would like to participate all you have to do is fave this journal and write a short journal about my give away. Comment to me down below with the link to your journal. (Please add the link to this journal into your journal.) It's that easy!!! I will randomly choose a winner from all the contestants. The winner will receive a free colored pencil chibi commission. I can draw all kinds of chibis. Superhero fan art, Disney fan art, OCs... Also commissions are always open! I sell chibi pencilings for $5 and colored chibis for $8 (both colored pencil and digital I hope you choose to participate!!! The art give away will end on the first of April.

btw don't forget my Kiriban!!!

Other Commission Info :thumb352664399:

Bible Verse
John 14:1-4 "Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in Me. In My Father's house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to Myself, that where I am you may be also. And you know the way to where I am going."

:iconforeverbluejeans: This girl is INCREDIBLE!!! Her art is so cute and I would have to call her a good friend of mine here on dA! Please check out her BEAUTIFUL work! Support her!!! She is having a tough week and she could use some really kind words. I ask you to take a few minutes out of your day to look at her art and maybe give her a fave or comment. Those little things can go a LONG way!

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I get asked by a lot of younger artists (and moms and grandmothers) for advice on getting better and becoming a professional comic artist.  Hopefully this will help. Ask me more questions if I'm not clear enough and I'll try to post more about what I think makes a good artist and how to become a professional in the comic industry.

If you're not already aware, I'm a self-taught artist with little to no schooling on the subject. I thought I knew how to draw when I was a kid and I thought that drawing from shapes and building your characters out of forms was stupid. I don't know what the proper term for this is so I'm going to refer to it as construction drawing or under drawing throughout this post. My parents had purchased me some how to draw books, I also went to art class, and both of these tried to get me to use construction drawing techniques. Unfortunately I didn't understand the value of it and thus rejected it. I didn't need to build a tiger out of blocks, circles, and cones, because I could draw a tiger flat out. I thought it was a waste of time and I could draw faster, and end up with a prettier looking drawing, without it.

This was a dumb way of trying to become a skilled artist and I wasted a lot of my life fumbling around.

I did get really good at drawing in general though. I could produce a finished looking piece of art immediately without any construction drawing. What I'm going to refer to as "eyeballing" it. Take a look in my gallery here on Deviantart, go back to my first deviation. Starting with the Scorpion lady through the Elaine pencil pages, all those are before I started using construction drawing. It's embarrassing to admit, and honestly kind of unbelievable that I got through life without it, but it's also before I knew how to use a perspective grid. I didn't have a clue what I was doing, just putting down pencil marks and hoping it would work out, but it doesn't look too bad right?

Before I go on to convince you that using construction drawing and establishing your perspective is in your interest, I'm admitting that you can learn to draw without it. However, it doesn't take a competent artist long to notice the wonky characters and awkward environment. You're limiting yourself and your abilities by eyeballing all your art. It also takes a lot longer to produce something that looks competent.

Producing good art, becoming a good artist takes time and dedication. You'll put down a lot marks building shapes and constructing your under drawing, forming something rough, just so you can use a few deliberate lines to produce the finished drawing in the end.

A pretty drawing if you will. 

Oh yeah, one final thing before the advice, something that was really helpful to me. You'll think you're getting WORSE as you begin to get BETTER. You'll get frustrated and begin to think Ben Bates is a liar and a cheat. You'll curse my name and rip drawings up, throw you desk over in rage, lash out at family and friends, sink into despair and self-loathing. There you will believe that I have robbed you of all your talent and ability. But as long as you keep drawing, one day you'll finally realize you are in fact a better artist. 

I learned this from an intern at Periscope studio, and she learned it from her music teacher. She thought she was good and suddenly she was worse than before. He explained that her ear was getting better before her playing was, allowing her to hear the flaws and overcome them. 
I would apply this to drawing in this way.
You probably think you're good right now, but you're really not. 

Here are my two pieces of basic advice to become a better-

1. Learn to use construction drawing to build your characters

2. Learn perspective for environments

Those to me are the fundamentals in becoming a skilled artist. 

Characters and Construction drawing- Find tutorials online, probably everything you need to know is only a few keystrokes away, or buy a book about a basic guide to figure drawing. Try looking for anything by Andrew Loomis, especially dealing with figure drawing. His books are apparently out of print but I've come across scans of his stuff online. Everyone seems to swear by the guy.

Also get used to drawing lightly for your construction drawing, or working with blue lead, or inking your final drawing. Or you know, working with layers. 

Constructing a figure-
Here's a blog with a post that will be helpful for what I'm talking about-

Image 2- This is exactly the method I use to draw Sonic, Mega Man, the Ninja Turtles, Teen Titans, real life people, whatever character I'm going to put down. Discover what basic overall shapes make up the character so you can throw them down fast, giving yourself a base or a framework to build off of, and then use that base to ensure that you have a solid drawing before you go through the hassle of drawing details and "pretty" lines.

So many amateur artists, myself included, have wonky drawings because they didn't first ensure they had a solid base to draw on top of.

Like Mickey, Sonic's head is a circle first and foremost. Take a look at Uekawa's sketches and you'll see the circle and the cross marks to anchor Sonic's face still evident. I'm sure you can find plenty of tutorials for how to draw Sonic that shows you where to go once you've set your circle down. Be aware that you aren't trying to learn "how to draw Sonic standing with legs crossed and waggling a finger", avoid examples where its step by step instructions of "first draw a wavy line, then two dots on top". You want to learn what shapes are used to build off the circle, how and where his ears line up on his head, how big his shoes are compared to his body and all that kind of stuff. 

Find all the shapes that make Sonic as a rough frame work, and get used to drawing those shapes in different views for different poses. Build off those rough drawings, adding his details to better understand how to pose and "move" the character in space.

If you can master construction drawing you will master character drawing.

Perspective- Find tutorials/books on learning perspective, establishing vanishing points, and horizon lines. 

I haven't read through these carefully, so these might suck, but at first glance they look helpful in teaching the fundamentals for establishing perspective, and most importantly, why and how you would want to use it!

Perspective is necessary for character work too, but for my purposes here I'm saying that perspective is the basis for your background/environment (that you will then place your character into). 

My good friend and monstrously talented artist, Dustin Weaver explained to me when I was first learning how to use perspective grids (only a few years ago!), that he uses a perspective to draw everything. It doesn't matter if its the middle of the jungle. 

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Official DeviantArt Contests

Wed Jan 19, 2011, 12:22 PM by Ikue:iconikue:
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Old, New, and Best work! Part 1

Journal Entry: Tue Apr 23, 2013, 5:37 PM
Facebook l Gallery l YouTube l Watch Me l Tumblr

So I asked a bunch of you recently to give me your oldest works, newest works, and then your favorite works on deviant art.  I got a ton of reply's so this should be fun! =D  I have decided to break up the journal so that pieces don't get completely drowned.  So if you aren't in this journal you will be in one that comes soon!  Each journal will consist of 12 artists and so far I have gotten 40 responses!  So no worries if you aren't below your journal will come.  Also if for some reason your link didn't take me to a specific piece of art I took the liberty to pick the favorites. ;)

Deviant: :icondienutza:   Oldest:  Flower Of Carnage by DianaGrigore   Newest: The stages of life - Despair by DianaGrigore
Favorites:   Run by DianaGrigore   Through the looking sunset - b/w version by DianaGrigore   The stages of life - Identity by DianaGrigore

Deviant: :iconbubblyellie: Oldest:  catch by BubblyEllie   Newest: Hiccup WIP by BubblyEllie
Favorites:   Sandy by BubblyEllie   Once in a Blue Moon by BubblyEllie   Frosty by BubblyEllie

Deviant: :iconkitanaxcroft97: Oldest:  My first drawing of Kitana xD by KitanaxCroft97   Newest: Neighborhood's Sky by KitanaxCroft97
Favorites:   If you could only see the world as I do... by KitanaxCroft97   This Is For Those Who Wait by KitanaxCroft97   Professional Massage by KitanaxCroft97

Deviant: :iconstarlace: Oldest:  Lorraine by Starlace   Newest: portrait study by Starlace
Favorites:   Ichabod by Starlace   buyucu by Starlace   A Light From The Shadows by Starlace

Deviant: :iconwyldangel: Oldest:  General Zarek by WyldAngel   Newest: Isolation by WyldAngel
Favorites:   Mizu by WyldAngel   Metaphor for Hope by WyldAngel   Fire Flower by WyldAngel

Deviant: :iconrileysun20: Oldest:  Tree silhouette by rileysun20   Newest: Me in part of my Hobbit costume by rileysun20
Favorites:   Fiddleneck by rileysun20   Feather by rileysun20   Victoria Pigeon by rileysun20

Deviant: :iconleopardshadow1213: Oldest:  Just a draft so far by LeopardShadow1213   Newest: The New Apprentice cover by LeopardShadow1213
Favorites:   The New Apprentice cover by LeopardShadow1213   Leave me alone world...please by LeopardShadow1213   Pirate101 character by LeopardShadow1213

Deviant: :iconstarg691: Oldest:  I Never Want To Close My Eyes by starg691   Newest: The Human scale by starg691
Favorites:   Featherstone by starg691   Every word is falling... by starg691   In my secret garden by starg691

Deviant: :iconzacktaur: Oldest:  A Wild Chibi Appeared! by chuluschus   Newest: :thumb365550992:
Favorites:   :thumb359023192:   :thumb353205437:   Happy Valentines Day~! by chuluschus

Deviant: :icongrinlesscheshire: Oldest:  May Bird, Warrior Princess by PixiePoxPhotography   Newest: Day 108 by PixiePoxPhotography
Favorites:   Day 52 by PixiePoxPhotography   Just Promise Me You Won't Break it... by PixiePoxPhotography   New Life by PixiePoxPhotography

Deviant: :iconcaddman: Oldest:  Yogi in Light rework 2 by caddman   Newest: Dark Side Dream_08 by caddman
Favorites:   Dream Project 11 by caddman   Lucid Dream_01 by caddman   Alone In The Dark by caddman

Deviant: :iconxsimonnetx: </span> Oldest:  Ice ice baby by xSimonneTx   Newest: Storytime by xSimonneTx
Favorites:   Where broken hearts heal by xSimonneTx   Secret heaven by xSimonneTx   Far away by xSimonneTx

For those of you who may have missed out on this, there is a poll here:…; That will explain these features!  It is not too late to be a part of a future feature. =)

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How to Train Your Nick

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