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Thinking of YouThinking of youThinking of You by JustAnotherFurry
I can still feel your embrace
As it surrounds me breathing life
I live again
If only for moment
I want to make that last
Until I die
I want to be the one you run to
The shoulder you may cry upon
The one who won't ever stop loving you
That's the man I want to be
And I'll try to make you see
That you're the one for me
As I gaze into the heavens
I wonder if you're looking up to and
Thinking of me
Because I know that if you were
The stars would shine brighter than they ever had before
The moon would blossom
And send a moonbeam down to you
'Cause they know I'm thinking of you
And that you're thinking of me
I stand by my window at night
And feel the wind brush my face
Could it be you?
For love has no bounds
And the night is when lovers thrive.
The moon calls out again
I look up into the white
And for a moment
Your face comes to me,
Your smile turns the night to day
And I feel your warmth
If only for a while and then it passes
But for those few moments that are souls touch
What is a "Stock" and how to properly usI feel the need to write this things down.What is a "Stock" and how to properly us by ImaginaryRosse
Since I've become a contributor in Photo-manipulation group, I saw that a lot of deviants don't what exactly is a stock image. So I'm giving a small guide for all those who want to know what is a stock image.
Read the guide carefully.
1. What exactly is a stock image?
A stock image, is an image that photographers usually take to provide it as a resource for digital artists.
A stock image can contain: an object, a place, a landscape, a model, ecc .
This stock images are provided for digital artists such as graphic designers, digital painters, photomanipulators and so on.
They can take the image and edit it as they wish using programs such as Photoshop, PaintShopPro, GIMP, so on and so forth.
2. Do stock images have rules?
Yes they have! And I'm using bold so you can understand once and for all that if you use stock images you must follow the rules that the stock artist gives you.