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text 2018-02-19 06:07
Brand Your Vehicles with Attractive Graphics

Eye catching advertisements on vehicles that move around the place to spread the knowledge about your services and products is the perfect way to catch the client’s and customer’s attention. But if the graphics are the same, old, dusty, and boring; no one will bless them with a glance. It is very important to focus on the design of the branding vehicles as these graphics will depicts the ideology of your company.



JE-Graphics is a spray painter company with unique ideas to showcase the different products you offer. With JE-Graphics you can spread the word about your business like wildfire and see the results as a boom in the growth of your business.In this world of monotony, people seek for something that can catch them off-guard and make them interested in it. If yours is a business that has been fairly underestimated and no longer attracts new clients, it’s time for you to change your marketing strategy and allure the customers with newly designed graphics that will help you show what you really are.


JE-Graphics has experts in this field and if you are looking for car paint Singapore, you should seek their unparalleled services and make your fleet campaign a successful one. Their choice of colors is such that it makes the people look at it and it becomes unavoidable to have a look at the advertisement on the truck or car. Spray painter at JE-Graphics takes utmost care while designing your fleet campaign and look for ideas and strong points of your business to show to the world. They understand the mindsets of the people on roads who will only be interested in reading the advertisement if it is something unusual. With JE-Graphics you can create those unusual graphics for your business.

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review 2017-11-15 21:36
Paint the Stars (Free Fall #3) by Christina Lee and Nyrae Dawn 4 Star Review
Paint the Stars - Nyrae Dawn,Christina Lee

Ezra Greene has made a pretty decent life for himself. He has a nice apartment and spends his days doing the one thing he’s always loved—creating art. Despite being somewhat of a grumpy recluse, he’s even made a few loyal friends. When he takes a side job painting a mural at a local holistic center, he can’t help being curious about a certain friendly and self-assured yoga instructor, even if he doesn’t buy into any of that Zen crap. His holier-than-thou family already tried fitting him inside a box, and he swore he’d never be molded into anybody’s belief system again.

For Daevonte Randall, adulthood has worked out pretty well. He’s close to his parents and lives with an awesome roommate. He’s content with weekend hookups, teaching yoga, and taking college courses. What he doesn’t expect is to be so intrigued by the brooding and reserved painter he’s been tasked to stay after hours with at the center. Something fascinates him about Ezra, even after Daevonte’s attempts at flirting gets him friend-zoned on the spot.

As weeks pass, Ezra and Dae get to know each other, and soon their friendship catches fire. But Ezra’s been burned pretty badly before so trust and intimacy has to be earned. Daevonte feels up to the task, but it proves difficult as Ezra continues to keep his emotions in check. Dae’s only willing to wait so long, and when they’re dealt a surprising blow, Ezra needs to decide if love is worth the risk, that is…if it’s not too late.




This is a great romance between grumpy artist Ezra and warm Daevonte the yoga instructor.

We get to visit the friends in this series and watch a love story unfold. Erza's sexuality and personality make a great tension with Daevonte sexuality and personality. They like each other and it a treat to read.

All the little details of this book and work make it a really lovely tender and hot read.

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review 2017-08-26 00:00
Paint a Story on Your Skin
Paint a Story on Your Skin - L.J. Hamlin Paint a Story on Your Skin - L.J. Hamlin Book – Paint a Story on Your Skin
Author – L.J. Hamlin
Star rating - ★★☆☆☆
No. of Pages – 38
Cover – Gorgeous!
POV – 3rd person, present tense
Would I read it again – No.
Genre – LGBT, Contemporary, Romance, Art


Unfortunately, this one wasn't for me. It was painful to read, due to the unnatural narrative style; it focused on miniscule details that were unimportant as a way of introducing erroneous details and it had my two pet hates: the first words being a full name intro of the character and 3rd person present tense.

The story, I'm sorry to say, was in some serious need of an editor. Or perhaps the author and I just aren't going to be a good pairing. Either way, this story read like a first draft of bullet point facts, rather than a cohesive story.

I found it strangely derogatory the way Tommy was first introduced. Mike had just said that he never judges a book by the cover, that he's used to all kinds of artists appearances, then this happens:
“His smile is surprisingly sweet, considering is appearance.
He's a little shorter than Mike, and he's six foot six. Tommy is tall, thin and covered in tattoo's and piercings. Mike can see several in each ear, as well as gauges in his earlobes, a hoop in his nose on the left and a bar in his right eyebrow. He's in a T-shirt and jeans.”
Now, why is a sweet smile so mismatched to how he looks? Because he's got tattoo's and piercings? That's exactly the opposite of what Mike just said he'd do and it feels almost like the whole tattoo and piercing thing was only used to differentiate between their ages and so that the words 'considering his appearance' could be used.

The whole age-gap thing is apparent right from the start, with Mike basically obsessing over the fact that Tommy is attractive and too young for him, right from the first second they meet, then escalates into:
“It doesn't matter if Tommy thinks of him as old. But there's something about Tommy finding him too old to be attractive that stings.”
Then, there's this subtle little ditty:
“I think bodies are incredible," Tommy explains, casually mentioning his sexuality.”
And, in both cases I can say – he NEVER said that. Neither instance is actually a reference to something said on page, so I imagine it's either been spoken off page, that we don't know about, or it's all in their imagination.

Either way, I got this far and I couldn't go any further. It's only a few pages in (10%), but the combination of bullet point facts acting as story text, dialogue being short, choppy and mostly pointless until now, along with the fact that it doesn't flow well and I'm not connecting to the story or the characters, I couldn't go any further. The more pages I read the more frustrated I got and I knew that if I'd read until the end, this review would have been much worst for it.

The curse of present tense was literally making me grind my teeth in frustration, because this could have been a really well written, great little story...except, it wasn't. It didn't flow, it didn't connect and it's not for me. At all. I feel like the author got sucked into showing off all the details in a current situation setting, but forgot to flesh them out with emotion, character or detail. I felt uncomfortable reading this style of writing, as the author has presented it. I won't be reading the author or this book again.
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text 2017-07-27 04:19
4 Easy Steps in Painting Recommended by Commercial Painters Sydney

While some opt to hire commercial painters sydney because they are much skilled in interior and exterior paintings, as well as they, are aware of the trick which ensures their client a perfect finish that will last. Obviously, they get the best work, however, if you have lots of spare time and you are managing yourself to complete the job done, here we provide you with few steps. These steps are quite simple even you are not an expert painter you can finish the job as best as you can without spending much time and money.


Start with the basic preparation


Usually, the most basic are the things that most of us forget. So, try to imprints in your mind that when it comes to the painting of residential room or even in the big establishments – the commercial painters Sydney gives importance of cleaning the walls and the ceilings which can’t be understated. This professional always recommends a thorough cleaning because it can actually make a big difference between satisfactory and best one! So first thing first, sponges down the walls as well as the ceilings with water. You may use the detergent to remove the dust and dirt that has built up for too long. Clean up the residue at the same time collate all the sheets and begin the first painting.


Paint the Trim before the walls


In most scenarios, a painting company in Sydney suggest that when starting to paint the trim should be first before getting onto the walls and ceilings. Why? Because of it simply much easier to tape offs the trim compares to the walls. You may use a two-inch brush to get a perfect finish on the moulding, window and door frames. However, don’t stress much yourself if you get paint on the walls first. Subsequently, you have to wait for the next day waiting the paint try at this point you can tape it off and proceed onto the ceiling.


Rolling the Ceiling


When you paint the ceiling before you proceed to the walls you have to cut-in the perimeter of the ceiling using a painting brush. A cut of 3.5 inches is ideal! When rolling the ceiling use the roller paint in W shape when applying the paint perfectly as well as use roller strokes if the paint is applied excessively. Do it by starting at the corner and paint across the width of the ceiling.


Get busy with the walls


If the ceiling has already dried, proceed to the walls to get yourself busy. If you are working with the bedroom or living room it is best to go with the flat acrylic paint of low-sheen for the best finish. You can start painting at the edges using a brush, afterwards grab a roller and paint in M shape – a metre below the ceiling where you can apply perfect strokes. Likewise, you can move down a metre below for the next area and apply it all over until you have the best finish.


Check out some painting inspiration online, so you may have a vivid idea where to start and how to do it properly. So enjoy your DIY homework!


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