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Result in thread: should i get a partner
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16th Nov 2017, 3:01 PM #1
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If the partner is better than you at some things are everything, then yes.
Or if the partner is willing to do the crap work then definitely yes. I would love a partner to do to the flats, lettering, check over my spelling and grammar, and/or change my story into script showing the appropriate number of pages and frames; you know the boring stuff.
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16th Nov 2017, 2:32 PM #2
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that question makes my brain hurt just by trying to come up with an answer to it.
So, technically you win this round.
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15th Nov 2017, 5:01 PM #3
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I think it's strange when adults don't make comics...those people give me the creeps.
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13th Nov 2017, 12:43 PM #4
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Unless it is a horror story where the tragic ending is somewhat expected, I absolutely hate tragic endings.
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11th Nov 2017, 12:58 PM #5
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if the comic is either a lot worse or a lot better than my comic. I am very petty and judgmental.
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11th Nov 2017, 12:53 PM #6
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It's always the day after tomorrow; except on leap year where its tomorrow.

Even better... it's always Miller time.(not really sure that expression is still relevant, but I like it.)
Result in thread: Is Sketchup "Cheating"?
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11th Nov 2017, 2:30 AM #7
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Yes it's cheating and anyone doing this is a filthy cheater, like me. I enjoy cheating and will do it any chance I get. Anyone saying it is not cheating is just cheating themselves out of the beautiful experienced of cheating. cheating is what sets humans apart from the animals...well except for chips, apes and possibly orangutans (they are much better at cheating than we are.)
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10th Nov 2017, 2:19 AM #8
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November is the new September.
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9th Nov 2017, 5:28 PM #9
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Racist turkey day seems to me like any other day, well except with more turkey.

What I find interesting about Your family is that it seems to be the only one that requires a specific day to be racist. The racist in my family are racist all year around.
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9th Nov 2017, 5:07 PM #10
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Suspend a caged dangerous wild animal (preferably a Grizzly) above your bed; don't feed if for a couple of days while constantly poking it with a stick every chance you get. rig the cage up with a level that will open when pulled on. pull on lever. You should be fully awake for those agonizing moments that you are still alive.

Your welcome.
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9th Nov 2017, 5:07 PM #11
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repeated post
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6th Nov 2017, 1:42 PM #12
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clip art studio/manga. I have the old version of photoshop CS3 and CS4 which I still use with clip art studios because I am to lazy to learn all the features of clip art studio. But from what I see the features such as inking and painting work a lot better than CS3 and CS4. the newer version of photoshop may be better. Gimps a good program but it still isn't quit as good as photoshop and clip art studio. but if I didn't have the money I would go with it.
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30th Oct 2017, 9:17 PM #13
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Car's are more reliable than the used to be...so there's one thing that is actually better now.
Result in thread: What Are Your Commandments
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30th Oct 2017, 4:53 PM #14
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Sikyanakotik:You can't define a workable morality using a set of inflexible axioms! That was - er, will be - the point of the TC chapter after the current one.


That shouldn't be an issue here because commandments don't need to be based on morality.
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29th Oct 2017, 4:26 PM #15
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Xenocartographer:With all due respect, trying to solve a math problem without the requisite mathematical knowledge is a very different beast than writing a comic.


yeah, that was the point I was trying to make. Thanks for putting your spin on it.
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29th Oct 2017, 3:18 PM #16
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chlfan201:what if you're unsure to do a project all by yourself and with no help from supporters friends or family?


I probably wouldn't do it.

For example I have an idea on how to make a 3D TV that requires no glasses, but some of the technical know how is beyond me and most people I bring it up to and describe it to just look at me with a blank face. So It is a cool project to work on but I don't see myself wasting a lot of time on it. Another project would be to create an nearly unlimited memory source based on holographic mathematics, but again my knowledge is limited to calculus 2, and I can find no one to help me, plus the fact that the idea may not even be feasible, so I doubt I will ever proceed to do that project. so yeah, if I though a project was too big to handle on my own then I just wouldn't do it, because there are so many other projects I know I can work on right now. Now if you are talking about doing a comic project, then I don't see the issue; just do it.
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28th Oct 2017, 10:03 PM #17
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I think about what I want to draw then I draw it. Everything else seems to be more technical and skilled based than creative.
Result in thread: Tips for drawing quickly
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28th Oct 2017, 9:57 PM #18
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keep learning how to draw and draw as much as you can. the speed will come later. that's all I got.
Result in thread: the shit thread
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9th Oct 2017, 4:12 PM #19
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I like replying to this type of thread because I just don't give a shit.
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9th Oct 2017, 12:02 AM #20
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My comics have 50% less calories than all the others.


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