This photo was taken awhile back when I ate at a restaurant on the Baltimore Harbor.
Otakon is almost here!!! People are starting to get really excited about all the wonderful things that will be in the Dealers Room and Artist Alley. I have gotten multiple inquiries about what else is going to be offered at this year’s Otakon.
I have the honor to introduce you to Technoangel Studios!
Technoangel Studios sells a combination of original art buttons and prints, as well as their geek culture themed ratings.
“I’m a hobby artist focusing on artwork featuring on visual kei inspired content and/or cute stuff. Typically I can be found hosting a table at a number of anime conventions in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and I also enjoy hosting live sessions on livestream (see my twitter feed for times and links). Thanks for taking the time to check us out, be it either in person at one of the cons we attend or just by stumbling here via the web, and if theres anything in particular you would like to see from us send us an email.”
“Web designer by day, artist by night. That’s probably why I seem to find way too much joy in writing the code for this site when I’m not drawing. I work in a variety of mediums, ranging from copic markers and pencil doodles to digital pieces using Photoshop and a tablet. I primarily create original works for prints, and fanart chibis for buttons.”
Technoangel Studios also does some fanart but its not a primary focus of their studio. They also do commissions while at cons. So you should definitely check them out when you are there!
They will be located in the Artist Alley – C04 – which is along the wall.
You can locate Technoangel Studios at the URL http://www.technoangel.net/.
You can also find them on Twitter: @technoangel
This image was taken at the Notre Dame of Maryland campus in Baltimore; my Alma Mater. Notre Dame is an all female private school (except for the MA programs – that is coed).
It’s a statue of a nun speaking with one of her students by a fountain. When you look at the front of the nun, it does look like the Emperor from Star Wars though. Not that I’m not mature at all. 😉
Have a great day!
This photo was taken at my college, The College of Notre Dame of Maryland. I absolutely loved my college and really miss going.
I graduated from Notre Dame and in 2011, the school changed its name to Notre Dame of Maryland University. The rich history and religious themes made this school my best choice. It’s a great place to take photos too because the architecture is very old.
I don’t remember what made me look up for this perfect moment but when I did, I was really excited about the colors and angle.
I hope you all enjoy!
So, I’m starting to like HDR! However, I am learning that not every photo I take can look good if I turn it into a HDR photo.
When I came across this photo in my archive, I thought making it a HDR would be nice because of all the details that this goose had. I kinda trapped this goose when I took the photo. I was feeding it some bread and tricked it into getting really close to me for the shot. After I threw the bread, I snapped the shot. Many of my friends have declared that this goose’s name is WTF because it just looks really shocked by me taking a photo of him/her.
This photo was taken at Loch Raven Reservoir in Baltimore. It’s a great little park where you can feed the geese and have a nice day with your family. If you are ever in the area, you should check it out.
Hope you enjoy! Have a nice day!
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I went to Baltimore this weekend and was able to see the Loch Raven Reservoir. The reservoir provides drinking water for Baltimore City and most of Baltimore County, Maryland. It was also turned into a park for the public. I really recommend going to see this park if you are in the Bmore area. It’s a great place to take some pics!
I took some pictures in the Baltimore Aquarium. More pics posted on: http://www.flickr.com/photos/elizabeth_gmaz_photography/