[Scribus] Again: Tutorial
Wed Jul 26 17:51:10 CEST 2006
Em Qua 26 Jul 2006 13:54, Christoph Sch?fer escreveu:
> Am Mittwoch, 26. Juli 2006 18:27 schrieb avox:
> > MaHan wrote:
> > > Louis, please don't get me wrong -- I _love_ this
> > > touch of exotism, the story and the included pictures.
> > > The only reason why I'm asking for the new content is
> > > quite simple: the target audience of the tutorial. I
> > > would like to encourage more people to use this
> > > tutorial. But some teachers may restrain from using it
> > > in their classes, because they could be afraid of
> > > being suited by angry parents, fired by their
> > > schoolmasters, etc. Other people may restrain from
> > > using it because of their cultural background or
> > > religion -- in fact, I know of some priests and
> > > seminary students using Scribus. All those countless
> > > parish centers, non-profit organisations, schools
> > > should be able to use those materials. That's while
> > > I'm asking for the more neutral content.
> > Gosh, that's just a few naked people in stone! It's not even
> > close-ups of the reliefs with the orgies, so where's the problem? ;-)
> > A little more tolerance to other cultures wouldn't hurt some priests
> > or schools IMO....
> > Would we start to use pictures of women only if they are wearing the
> > tchador or burka next??
> > /Andreas
> Sorry for stepping in late, guys :)
> While I absolutely agree with Andreas, that these are just ancient pieces
> of art, I'm not against trying something new. It would perhaps become
> easier to escape the original structures of the tutorial, including its
> limitations (from a current point of view).
> As an alternative I suggest creating an art magazine of a few pages.
> Everybody interested, may have a look here:
I do prefer these guys:
Monet, Renouir, Degas and so on...
Great paintings IMHO.
Check this site out:
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