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2704 No. 2704 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
the sign clearly read. It was hard to believe though, that I'd be living in hell for the rest of my life that is. Some called it Hiki Paradise, but to those of us who know better there isn't much difference.

"Enjoy your stay, you weeaboo shit" someone literally spat in my face as I clumsily made my way past the gate where the longtime NEET began to amass.

"What the hell," I naively mused. I thought we were all otaku outcasts. I didn't know that many there survived on hate, misery, and self-loathing expressed through belittlement.

"You alright, brohno?" A concerned looking man asked, and it made me feel better to be treated like I was one of them. "Don't worry," he continued "sexual thoughts about pure, innocent Rika are horrible," his yellow-toothed grin had now been shown "but I'm gonna fuck your gaijin ass raw."

My optimism began to fade. All this, just from liking anime?

Post edited on 3rd Sep 2016, 4:48pm

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1123 No. 1123 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Draw your thought process, what you imagine your inner mind's workings would look like.
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>> No. 2588 [Edit]
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OK, final draft
>> No. 2636 [Edit]
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I feel so happy.
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Don't think. Feel.
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I'll have an idea and then I kind of feel it starting to branch off and travel in different directions at the same time.

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Late night funs
>> No. 2694 [Edit]
>>2692
>inspect element
Are you trying to phish or something?

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2105 No. 2105 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
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>> No. 2681 [Edit]
Audio Selector_Sample_022.mp3 - (6.43MB - 128 kbps - 44.1 kHz ) Length: 7:02

2681
>> No. 2685 [Edit]
Audio Beautiful_Song_01.mp3 - (3.95MB - 128 kbps - 48 kHz ) Length: 4:19

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>> No. 2686 [Edit]
Audio Mr_Rodgers_Neighbourhood_Song.mp3 - (2.54MB - 128 kbps - 48 kHz ) Length: 2:47

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>> No. 2687 [Edit]
Audio Youtube_01.mp3 - (4.42MB - 128 kbps - 48 kHz ) Length: 4:49

2687

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2166 No. 2166 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I used to make music, and lately I've been finding it on old backup DVDs. So, I've been uploading it. Check it out if you'd like.

http://www.cerealexperiments.com/music.html
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>> No. 2360 [Edit]
I just figured out that Parmenides is part of all file names. I was talking about 4 Tracks. I've started listening to From Atelier now and it's a bit more unnerving. I guess the Glitch aspect is more pronounced.
Also, I've unknowingly replied exactly one year after the thread started. How curious.
>> No. 2543 [Edit]
I guess I can see how the other three could be heard as "just noise", but From Atelier and 4 Tracks are easier to enjoy. From Atelier is my favorite out of these five.
>> No. 2548 [Edit]
>>2360
Parmenides is this artist's former label.

Why don't you make some music like it? OP is never coming back.
>> No. 2672 [Edit]
Don't care much about individuals, I'm talking about the music

Track 1 of From Atelier is the best one, the ending is intense.

Here's a mirror https://a.desu.sh/ijwtmp.zip

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1784 No. 1784 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
http://pochi.x.fc2.com/k_kisekae2.html


Moeblob creator thread

Make yourself, make your waifu, make a little girl, make yourself as a little girl, make your waifu as a little girl
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Gave this another try. Been a while.
>> No. 2470 [Edit]
I find it almost hard to believe that it's been two years since this thread was made. Time really does go by fast.
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Pretty hard without the right clothes. Realized I've made a few mistakes but I'm too lazy to correct them.

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2547 No. 2547 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I was wondering if anyone wanted to code a wiki / wiki-like with me. I can get by with Python, LISP, and HTML+CSS. Just recently, I finished an open source CGI blog script: http://4x13.net/wlog/ https://github.com/153/wlog/ and think it'd be fun to code with others.
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... intuitive markup, easy page formatting, and page previewing..
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... and a handy page history mode, which shows who edited what, when, with a little word count for each revision.

Public domain, Python 3, ~400 lines including all HTML and CSS. Give it a shot if you want I guess.
>> No. 2612 [Edit]
https://github.com/153/wiki

This is the repo btw
>> No. 2665 [Edit]
I'd possibly be interested in working on other projects with you if we can find some common ground.

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2637 No. 2637 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Simply post the next part of the story.

Once upon a time...
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>> No. 2658 [Edit]
>>2657
the big O himself thought about a new law against shitty writing with phrases like "meanwhile (at)..."
>> No. 2659 [Edit]
But then he died and his death was reported as an act of terrorism

Meanwhile at Obama's house
>> No. 2660 [Edit]
A mysterious letter was found on his desk that read ">>2642 is a faggot".
>> No. 2661 [Edit]
The peculiar message confused Obama's army of guards and robots. They gave the letter to the head of the Illuminati. "I think I understand," Ron Paul said, "Obama's last wish must be for >>2642 to become the new president. So be it. I, Head Master Illuminati Ron Paul, declare >>2642 to be the new president of the United States of Free Market."

Ron Paul then turned to >>2642 and said "Well Mr. POTUS, what do you have to say now that you're the new leader of the the entire planet Earth?"
In which >>2642 simply responded "Touhou is shit."

Meanwhile at Obama's house

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741 No. 741 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
If you could direct S2 what would be like?
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>> No. 2622 [Edit]
>>2621

Not the guy you're responding to but while there's nothing wrong with having a unique artstyle PSG's is pretty damn awful.
>> No. 2623 [Edit]
>>2621
Intentional or not if lazy ugly rudimentary art isn't inherently wrong then what is?

"generic moeblob" actually takes some skill to draw, people practice art for years to get it down properly. It's not like western cartoon garbage any five year old can draw. Big heads/eye jokes aside you need a good understanding of human anatomy, how light and shadows effect objects, how different types of cloth work and react to different objects, and an understanding of perspectives reflections and all other kinds of variables which are largely ignored in P&SwG. P&SwG's 'artstyle' disregards these principles which is what makes it wrong.

That is also why "generic moeblob" has that lower fps you criticize it for, because it takes much more time and effort to draw something that detailed repeatedly. Anyone can give a few blocks and some triangles smooth animation, that's nothing to be proud of.
>> No. 2624 [Edit]
>>2623
>"generic moeblob" actually takes some skill to draw, people practice art for years to get it down properly.
>It's not like western cartoon garbage any five year old can draw.
>Big heads/eye jokes aside you need a good understanding of human anatomy, how light and shadows effect objects, how different types of cloth work and react to different objects, and an understanding of perspectives reflections and all other kinds of variables which are largely ignored in P&SwG.
Western cartoons take more practice & skill to draw because they tend to be more stylized & more "animated", so you need to have a better understanding of how things work to draw something so completely unrealistic and still have it move and flow naturally.

>P&SwG's 'artstyle' disregards these principles
That's the entire point of stylized art.

>which is what makes it wrong.
What about Paul Cezanne, or Pablo Picasso, or Jean Metzinger? Does their disregard for rules make their art "wrong"?

>That is also why "generic moeblob" has that lower fps you criticize it for, because it takes much more time and effort to draw something that detailed repeatedly.
No it doesn't. It has a low FPS because most animation studios want to save their budget for an important scene, like I said.
>> No. 2626 [Edit]
>>2624
>What about Paul Cezanne, or Pablo Picasso, or Jean Metzinger? Does their disregard for rules make their art "wrong"?
Yes, they're overrated hack frauds.

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2571 No. 2571 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
My last work
https://youtu.be/TsVFJ2JSfj4?list=PLsOOtD1hOoQM1bgMlVfTQnthoyblonKEG
>> No. 2573 [Edit]
>>2572
I want to click on it but I'm too scared, what screamer was it?

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1185 No. 1185 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
DIY stands for Do It Yourself; anyone into it?

There's loads of dedicated wikis and forums on the subject, so I want to relate it with TC. Being hikki, neet, unnormal, social outcast or what have you, may imply that money gets tight, but free time maybe not. Doing/making it yourself instead of buying it can help the shorts meet the ends.

I'll use myself as an example:
I don't work, and I don't intend to anytime soon either. I love music, and I want it to sound its best, so I look to hi-fi. Hifi is expensive, but it can be made by amateur hands if you know what you want. I could invest in a $2000 amp.. or I could make one myself for $200. The money you save by making what can be made by common folk yourself can be spent on what can't be made by common folk - like computers or figurines. Hell, computers can be assembled by anyone, servers can be old, repurposed hardware, and a chassis can be whatever you want. If you're modest about your needs, even figurines can be made by hand - through clay, paper, wool, repurposed dolls and maybe open source 3D printers in the near future.

Imagination is the limit, and all you need is the right material, time and a will to make it happen. The down-side is that material can be hard to find, good end-result is not guaranteed, skill can be limiting, learning process can be exhausting and there are hazards if you're not careful.

I hope we can get a nice thread going if there's interest, and my hope is that we can help, motivate, share and lift up eachother and make some great stuff. I'll be sharing ideas, projects and works in due time.
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>>2566
I was a fair way into the painting process before remembering the LEDs. At first I was gonna leave them unpainted but thought that wouldn't look too good so what I did was dropped little dabs of elmer's glue over each LED so I could paint over the whole thing and pull the paint off latter easily. After all elmer's glue doesn't really stick that well to.. anything really lol.
Unfortunately I didn't block off the back well enough and that kinda screwed up the finish. Already applied like five coats of paint on the thing, removed all the tape/paper, and really just wanted to get it over with so I just rolled with it.
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>>2567
and here's the final product. It's not great but I'd like to think it looks a lot better than >>2060 did.
>> No. 2569 [Edit]
>>2468
you are amazing
>> No. 2570 [Edit]
>>2568
I think it looks darn nice.

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