Howdy folks,I am in the market for a quality 2/1 laptop/notebook to use for normal laptop operations, but also for digital sketching with a stylus. I am very familiar with MS Surface Pro 3 and…Continue
"Sorry for the delay Cheryl. If snow plowing will be performed, then a solid surface will be required. Consider, of course, scratching/scraping of the hard surface and other deformities that will occur.
Maybe simple stamped and…"
"Hi Cheryl, GrassPave is nice, but not so much so women who wear any heels of any height. There are different ways to approach the design of it.
First, just a fine pea gravel drive with edging will work better than GrassPave and has kind…"
"Thanks Justin, I am old school before computers and these days, such as these graphics. I appreciate your comment, but there are s many others out there that have a more talented grasp of the graphic ability that I wish I had.
"You should always show at mature height and if needed, show pics of actual sizes at planting. Contractors may want show installed sizes, that is ok, but to show the client the end result, always show mature sizes. Throughout Asia, firms…"
"Don't worry about contacting any States, go straight to CLARB to start the process.....they will tell you the same. It is a National Exam that everyone has to take in order to be licensed.
Some states require 1, 2 or 3 years, but…"
"I would stronlgy advise to sign up with CLARB. The licensing process is a national one and you are required to take the L.A.R.E. offered twice a year and administered by CLARB. CLARB is a licensure database and maintains your records…"
"Shenzhen is a decent City, nice people and many things to do, borders Hong Kong. I lived in Hong Kong, Macau and Shenzhen for 6.5 years moving there from Vegas. I am now in Dubai as of January last year. My only advice is to be very careful which…"
"I am by no means an expert, but I have found minimizing layers by copying symbols, etc reduces layer quantities, such as trees, vehicles and so on.
There may be a possibility of creating smaller vignettes and insert pieces (like a puzzle) of…"