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Sorry if a thread's already popped up - I did a quick check, but I couldn't find any. I saw this last night, just after Corpse Bride , and well, I have to say; it was quite the relief. Not only was every performance above-average - and many were even great - but the colours were beautiful, and the o...
I saw it last night - I'm going to agree with most of the negative people here. I'm sure puppeteers, and stop-motion animators would love it; they've definately expanded in that area. The character designs and fluidity of the motions are excellent - as are the water, smoke and fire effects. Very nic...
As for the pen holder, for me I just use whatever's comfortable - some people use a very strong grip when they ink, for precise control (as well as carpal tunnel syndrom :P); and so they tend to get padded nib holders. If you use a lighter grip...hell use what's comfy. I use the one that came with a...
- Tue Sep 20, 2005 7:24 pm
- Forum: Storytellers Circle
- Topic: Copper - "Dancers"
- Replies: 24
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It's about how even in places where people are completely different from yourself there's always some weirdo in there that's a little more like you. *pfft* Don't even TRY and moral this up. We all know what it was all about: "That, and I wanted to draw some dancing and robots." Much better answer :P
Heh - I'd bike to school, but it's 45 minutes by bus, and biking - while being definately healthy - would be mainly downhill going out, and all uphill coming back - not fun when you're trying to finish homework. It's around 10 miles, as well. The putting-the-alarm-clock-far-away thing actually works...
Score! Those all sound like great ideas - who says artists don't wake up early and get work done? Sounds like some people here do :D I'll definatelly try the alarm clock on the other side of the room thing...right now I have to climb down a ladder to get to it, but it's still about 5 feet from my he...
So I realize that none of you are sleep psychologists - probably - but I'm just curious. It's the start of school, and because my city suffers from horrible planning, I have to travel about 9 miles by city transit, to get to school for 8 in the morning. I'm honestly a block north of the bus limit, s...
- Fri Sep 09, 2005 8:00 pm
- Forum: Recommendations - Music
- Topic: Requisite Kanye Thread
- Replies: 14
- Views: 9773
Heh - I happen to like the skits, although I've heard I'm a minority. Gotta say, Gold Digger's probably one of my favorite tracks - mostly because Jamie Foxx rules. Also: Heard 'Em Say and Roses. Dayum.
- Fri Sep 09, 2005 7:21 pm
- Forum: Illustration/Animation/Design Lounge
- Topic: The Noik...
- Replies: 16
- Views: 6415
actually, since the euro is stronger than the US dollar, maybe you could translate it as "my opinion is better than yours, you lousy americans you". but that would be foolish. because it isn't. really... no seriously. i love you all. god bless america! uh. no not that. but... oh well. whatever... I...
- Thu Sep 08, 2005 2:08 pm
- Forum: Hotel Adriano
- Topic: fighting hurricanes with comics
- Replies: 14
- Views: 6702
you make it seem like being on a disaster relief 'bandwagon' is a bad thing. It kind of is - not that charitability is bad, it's just that every few months there's another fad disaster, and then every other one gets ignored. Look at the tsunami - a huge relief fund was set up, and then every other ...