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Comprehensive Life Coaching Services Greetings Everyone!!! I am really looking forward reaching out to those who can benefit from my contributions and endeavors. I am a Life Coach with special skill set in Emotion Fitness Coaching for Individuals, Couples Relationship Coaching, Autism Spectrum Informed Family Relationship Coaching and Trauma Sensitive Yoga Life Coach, #couplescoaching #traumasensitiveyoga #minds #emotionfitnesslifecoaching #autismspectrumfamilycoaching I also started a YouTube Channel Ignite Best Practices...if you put on the YouTube search bar Sandy Herek Ignite Best Practices it should pop up right away. Try it and let me know what you think. If I can answer any questions, or you are simply curious about how I can contribute or have any suggestions feel free to reach out through minds messaging feature. Looking forward this platform to be of service to the various communities it could help me reach out to. Health and Light everyone! Sandy Herek, Life Coach
Hi! I am a Charcoal Artist. Warm welcome to my channel. Through my Charcoal sketches, I try to create an emotional connection between my subjects and the viewer either by means of an expression, a thing, a place or a portrait. I use charcoal so I can pare my drawings down to basic elements of light, dark, texture, detail, and composition. Charcoal is the most primitive of media, but its warmth, depth and versatility are tactile and mysterious. The range between Black, which is the absence of all colors and White, which is the presence of all colors is very wide and yet to be explored completely. For creating different textures, I use various tools like stumps, cotton balls, make-up applicators but rarely fingers to prevent them from oiling up. I sometimes use the blending tools with charcoal powder to sketch and use charcoal sticks and pencils only for the finishing touches. Sharp erasers pull charcoal out of the dark areas and soft erasers provide more subtle highlights, although once I’ve marked the paper I can never go back to pure white.