That can be building on your common interests as well as building on your individuality, complimented by each other. But on the other hand..we were both artists, who would earn a living?carly ------------------ "Everything is not art and Art is not everything, but it comes close."....carly I was first and foremost a computer geek, as is my husband.
To process those feelings, I probably need a little space sometimes. I will never have a manicure that lasts more than a few hours.
If you watch Bob Ross with me, I will love you forever.
Have you had relationships with artistic and/or non-artisic people?
and did you notice a difference in compatability between the two?
It's nearly Christmas, the time when love is all around. Well, if you really believe that, then it's time for a dose of unpalatable truth. Design is everywhere – and you're sure to point it out every time. And any gifts you receive are subjected to a scrupulous examination and critique (see point 01). A cursory glance over their shoulder reveals they're creating it in Microsoft Word. You take it upon yourself to set up a grid in In Design (which they struggle to use), purchase a display font and design the best ever worksheet on 'Learn your ABC' that there has ever been.
Maybe you're thinking about asking out a designer you've had your eye on for a while now? From obsessing about the worst and best fonts, to caring more about our awesome tattoos than anything else; let's face it, designers can be 'difficult'. Meanwhile your partner is lightly drumming their fingers, eyes raised, fully aware of what's going on. Can't you just go out for ONE night without over-analysing everything? Every billboard, every poster, every theatre programme... You don't really have much time to spend with your partner. You, as a designer, just have to have the cool things you love, no matter the cost. In all honesty, the only gift you'd truly be satisfied with would be a monograph from you favourite designer (the one you mention again and again) – not a reprint but an original of course, out of print but in perfect condition. The headline font is by Alex Trochut, the body is no longer Arial. You've added two hours to your partner's once quick and easy job.But now, the vast majority of online sites tend to focus on one thing or the other, like networking, or jobs, or even bringing together creative people.So, whether you are interested into music, painting, photography, modeling, dance, writing, or whatever...there is either a site specifically for you, or there is a section for you within a site focused on creative people.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...When onlline dating and social networking first made an appearance, there wasn't really much of a difference in the members.