Over the years, there was a time when my hammer was not far away, as I nailed and screwed down hundreds of sheets of matched lumber, plywood, aspenite and gyprock. Never thinking, as I drove those nails home, that a piece of plywood could transform into an art piece.
Ukrainian artist Zenyk Palagniuk wrapped 24 km (15 mi) of thread around 13,000 nails to create an amazingly realistic portrait of Justin Timberlake. It took the artist over 200 hours to complete. Palagniuk began by sketching the portrait on a large piece of plywood. He then hammered in all of the nails and wrapped the thread, varying the thickness to create the final portrait.
Like this young lad who had an idea and a passion, which will probably make him a very successful artist ‘branding’ his talent on Youtube and folks wanting their portraits done in this unique way … new people online plan to fuel their own interests such as … making money online, which is one of mine.
One thing I learned over the years is to avoid getting vacuumed in by a lot of ‘Hype’ chatter surrounding an opportunity. It can be difficult at times to separate ‘hype’ that is warranted or hype from a promoter who joins everything that launches ‘only’ for the referral commissions knowing that most launches are not going to be profitable.
Thinking outside that ‘hype’ box and weighing the risks along with how much interest a site develops with regards to membership growth along with that ‘attraction factor’ are some of the points to consider.