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12th Feb 2017, 3:11 PM #1
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Shit's about to get real!

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11th Feb 2017, 10:53 PM #2
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I would love the opportunity to create some titles for the cover, if you are happy with me making some up, PM me the text you want plus anything specific you want to portray.

Currently working on a Ghost Rider 5 page rendition for someone but can fit this in!
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11th Feb 2017, 6:47 AM #3
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Sorry if I offended anyone, different time zone so I have just seen the replies.

Offending was never my intention.
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10th Feb 2017, 11:38 PM #4
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Sheik:@Chojine:


ee: So why do people grow up in environments like that and still have sexualities that are not the norm?


A person can be raised in a town with not a single racist but due to their experiences during life they may develop a bias against people of a certain race.

Let's say that (bare with me) for the next 30 years, no one could discuss sexuality, it could not be shown on television, be discussed on the radio or be found in a book.

Displays of affection could not be shown in the street.

Do you believe that the average statics of how many people were straight / bi / gay / ace out of say every 1000 people would be the same as it would had none of that occurred?

It may end up that more people choose to be ace, we might find most people are gay, who knows but I would bet money the ratio would alter.

There was an experiment you can view on youtube in which an American school teacher told her class that people with blue eyes were better and would therefore have more time for breaks, get the best toys and eat the best snacks.

The children started to believe this and actually began to torment the children who were not blue eyed.

Here it is!

Then there is the Stanford prison experiment, in which people who were simply told they had a certain role enacted what they 'thought' the role required, resulting in harassment, bullying and extremely bad treatment of other humans.

The prisoners who were civilians days before started to break down mentally and saw themselves as actual prisoners because of the environment they were in and the actions they were subjected to.

This experiments findings govern the basis of how the military breaks down a new recruit and remodels them.
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10th Feb 2017, 11:19 PM #5
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We all agree I hope that as a species, forgetting skin colour or other none important traits, we are all the same.

Across the world, different cultures have gained a like and dislike of certain tastes of food, say eating snails in France, the eating of dog in China.

Now, we should by that theory all secretly like dog and snails, but alas we do not, because the culture we grew up in did not
see eating those food types as desirable.

The culture and environments we develop in absolutely affect the finished product we become.

If they did not then culture differences would never exist.

In the west, it is common place to eat a slab of meat.

In China it is seen as disgusting to do so, where the majority view is that of eating portioned meat in slices, not a steak of large cut.

Chinese people and westerners are not born liking meat in these various forms.

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I'd have to disagree. People grow up in environments where there isn't a shred of tolerance for homosexuality. It either isn't talked about or it's only talked about in an extremely disparaging/violent way and they are still attracted to the same sex.


That is why I stated that there were different possible outcomes, of course this is one of them.
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10th Feb 2017, 11:08 PM #6
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CNM1654:Just curious: does that mean that if you're raised by gay parents, you're more likely to be gay? Or if your parents are straight, you're more likely to be straight?



I think it is entirely more complicated than that, when I stated a persons environment and the people within it, I am referring to family, friends, idols, people within the social circles the person frequents and the relationships they have whether they be perfect, abusive, unfulfilling etc.

I would however say that I believe if a person is raised by gay parents they are less likely to be intolerant of people of that sexuality but again, it depends on everyone else...

Let's say a girl is raised by two gay men, the people around her may be accepting of it, the world keeps turning.

Let's propose however that she is bullied because of it and her formative years are full of ridicule and torment at the hands of people who are telling her that they disagree with her parents sexuality.

This I believe could result in either A) the girl finding her resolve and learning a valuable lesson in how horrid people can be OR B) developing a view similar to that of the people around her.
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10th Feb 2017, 10:47 PM #7
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We rely too much on the media in my view.

People should be reading their sides take on a matter and then also read all opposition to that same issue.

People are too quick to believe what the media state, or what a large group of people tell them.

People need to make up their own minds and sadly these days we as a generation are not practising this on the whole.
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10th Feb 2017, 10:15 PM #8
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I'd take the night with the 10 and call my best friend up and be like hey dude, there's this awesome cake over here, I can't have it but it's yours!

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[quote=Respheal]See, the reason I'm iffy about that is it conflicts with the idea that sexuality is set at birth

Personally I believe that sexuality has much more to do with the environment and experiences you are exposed to as you develop, much the same as prejudices and biases, we take in all the information around us and over time become who we are today, straight, bi, gay, ace, whatever your choice may be.

To say someone is born a set sexuality would be akin (in my mind) to saying that a racist is born racist, or that a person who dislikes the opposite gender did so from birth, when in reality you can usually trace their past back to either traumatic events or an upbringing with or around people who displayed those values as they grew.
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10th Feb 2017, 10:12 PM #9
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One million Monopoly currency falls into your lap, have fun spending it.

I wish for bear cavalry to ride in to work.
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10th Feb 2017, 9:55 PM #10
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If someone is willing to pay for it, I would say it was at a professional level.

It is such a subjective observation, what I consider worth my time and money may well
vastly differ from what everyone else on the planet does.

So yeah, the works following I believe defines its professionalism.
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10th Feb 2017, 4:30 PM #11
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1. Akira
2. The Road
3. Pulp Fiction
4. Old Boy (Korean version)
5. Begotten (warning for those with a squeamish disposition)
6. Berserk the Golden Age movies
7. Metropolis
8. Nosferatu
9. Predator
10. Vanilla Sky
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9th Feb 2017, 2:21 PM #12
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Why helloooo :P

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9th Feb 2017, 12:28 PM #13
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7th Feb 2017, 11:09 PM #14
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It both fascinates and terrifies me that we as humans can look so calm on the outside whilst harbouring deep routed issues within.

My advice to anyone who feels under appreciated or lost is as follows:

Everyone deserves the same respect as a human being, everyone should be treated with dignity.

But when it comes to your rights as a person being trampled, remember that you deserve more and rise above it or move away from it, you (plus your children if you have any) are the most important parts of your existence.

Everything and everyone else ultimately doesn't matter, you can find a new partner, you can move to a new town, you can get a new career, you can never get a new you, so value yourself.
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7th Feb 2017, 9:27 AM #15
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Commander(ENTJ-A).

Only one 0.o although it is probably a product of my job.
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7th Feb 2017, 8:30 AM #16
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I get them a lot on my neck as my job requires me to shave every day.

I control them by taking a hot shower before shaving and using after shave cram immediately after.

You usually find those with curly hair are more prone to getting them.
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6th Feb 2017, 10:28 PM #17
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phoenixjklin:The inking/lines take the most time for me, because I suck at it. I don't know how I should do it to fit my own preference but still look neat. I guess it doesn't have to be neat, but that's all I hear, I feel like. "Neat lines or no lines" almost, haha. I do not do neat lines. Not even close. So I guess it takes the longest because I just can't decide how to do them, and also because the pressure and anxiety rises while I'm doing it because of what others think the lines should look like.

If not the lines/inking then it's the sketching. I can do several sketches, but end up using none of them. I'm really picky, and when it comes down to it, it may not even work as a "clean" piece. It may just work as a sketch, which makes me unsure everytime I start inking, coloring and stuff.


It sounds silly but I practised inking circles when I first started getting used to using inking pens.
It helped me to figure out what pressure I needed for different types of lines and curves, and also teaches you
to stick to a pencil line very quickly.

It may not help but I hope it does.

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6th Feb 2017, 9:57 PM #18
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I personally draw a storyboard on the back of a post-it note, then draw basic
bodies and environment meshes in pencil and finish the rest in ink.

I find it easier to give myself rough guides, like i'll draw the eye shapes, the nose and very basic hair
shapes for characters and leave limbs as cylinders.

I spend the most time adding screentones, grrrr....screentones... :(

Nathan.
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6th Feb 2017, 9:45 PM #19
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