how do i use symbols in art to tell a story?

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Answered: Can i find the ouroborous symbol

Search for "ouroboros image" and you will find several. Wikipedia has a few. Photobucket says they have 916 images.

Answered: Hundred year old porcelain figurines of naked babes with story telling

Sculptures of infants include the full range of human emotion, and believe me, they show it all. Infants are not as naive as you might think. As a parent of three natural children, one a newborn adopted within five days of birth, I can assure you that children are markedly different and must all ...

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How did the evening news get into this? Virtually all newscasts are about brainwashing and indoctrination, not the news. I am not sure that it is good fare for anyone. I must admit, however, that I looked up some sports news to see who would be playing in the Final Two. I should have watched the ...

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There are a number of forms of art. Check out the following which are some of the different art forms: painting, abstaract painting , drawing, sculpting, pottery, wood carving, architecture, pencil drawings, photography, wood crafts, jewelry making, fashion design, and calligraphy.

Answered: What does the symbol =P mean?

it is a smiley face with his tounge sticking out like this...
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Does anyone know what the \o/ text symbol means?

\o/ Could be a cheerleader or someone saying "Hooray!"

Art

Yes, doubtless, but I couldn't begin to tell you how much. It needs to be evaluated by an expert. Just make sure whoever you consult is HONEST.

Do you prefer first or third person narratives?

When done well, it doesn’t matter. First person narrative is seldom done well. It also presents the writer with some difficult problems. The greatest, he cannot tell the reader any facts not known to the story narrator. When one character leaves the presence of the narrator, we cannot see her ...