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Mike Corriero is a concept artist and illustrator having a certain passion for designing creatures and unreal-based environments. His applied genres vary from horror to fantasy and sci-fi. Colorful places and more colorful characters – something you can enjoy in all of the artist’s works. He created cards for various games such as “Warstorm” and “Legend of the Cryptids”. You can find some of his illustrations following these links:
Keeping your brain healthy is harder than following a daily routine based on physical exercises. Of course they complete each other but having a fresh and healthy mental state can be much more difficult to achieve.
There are steps to follow, things to accomplish and of course, methods that boost your brain’s potential. But there’s no need to complicate things when the easiest ways of doing this are such a great help.
First of all – what drives your brain’s activity are various stimulants that put it to work. Puzzles, games, social inter-connections and even physical exercises are good for your brain. If you spend too much time alone – you’ll definitely go woo-woo – which is not a starting point in boosting your brain’s power. Take your time and visit neighbors, friends, call them, keep in touch – even if maybe most of them don’t deserve. Or try to meet new people – go out, go wild. Just don’t isolate your existence from what you were meant to discover.
Other stimulants are those which help you concentrate, think solutions. Video-games. Gotta love ’em. Trying a new survival-horror adventure game can be an unique experience. Besides that you will use your brain to complete the tasks – understand the storyline and even enjoy what the visual and the audio media are presented. This takes us to another strong point in keeping your brain in a great condition.
Music. Listen new genres of music – listen ALL genres of music – don’t just concentrate on one – because every song, every track has something to offer – something to make you happy. Music relaxes – un-stresses you, makes you think positive.
The weekend is almost here – just a few hours before I’m off my duties this week. And that makes me think positive.
Walking around the city and paying attention to your surroundings can lead to discovering new aspects of the same old, clinical places. Some might look like an adventure for the citizen. In Germany, artist Sam Spenser recreated the vivid color of life on a autumn-half-dead tree. Imagination has never reached its limits.