Friday, February 06, 2009

Nulla Dies Sine Linea



No, this is not one of my fellow AOA refuseés after getting The Call. It is a drawing from this week's life drawing session.

Nulla Dies Sine Linea is the motto of the Art Students League. It translates roughly as "No Day Without a Line" but it means "You should be drawing every day you schlmiel! Get out that sketch pad!"

é=alt 130 yesssss!

7 comments:

Eulalia (Lali) said...

This is Latin, so no diacritic marks needed. Still, what great advice, for both drawing and writing!

Elizabeth Torak said...

Thanks Lali, I actually meant that I don't know how to get an accent over the second (or rather, third)'e' in refusee so that it reads as refusee, rhymes with elysee - not refusee, rhymes with refugee!

Mariella Bisson said...

Accent you ate the positive!
Hello darlin'- look into your options menu if you are in MS Word. There are ways to press option& a key to achieve ZEE FRENCH acCENT....I tip my beret to your lovely drawing, When are we going tomove our blogs to some nicer neighborhood? Someplace near the Bateau Lavoir peut-etre?
Mariella

Elizabeth Torak said...

Merci bien Mariella! Let's get a grant and go to Paris - I hear they have a great waterway!

burgundy wines said...

Burgundy Wine
Planted grape varieties in Burgundy

Pinot noir
Gamay
Chardonnay
Aligoté
Some other less important grape varieties may be found, buy they are grown in marginal quantities and little used :
Sauvignon and grey Sauvignon from which the Saint-Bris aoc (109 h) is produced.
Tressot and Cesar for Burgundy for white Burgundy grand ordinaire aoc in the Yonne district .
You can more information on the Burgundy Wine in: http://www.burgundywinevarieties.com/

Clair said...

here you go Elizabeth:
Hold down the alt key and on the numeric keypad and enter

0232 for è

and

0233 for é

Clair said...

correction: (hands cold)

previous msg. top should read:

Hold down the alt key and on the numeric keypad enter

(there was an extra and confusing "and" in there.)