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General Chat / Re: The OS war?
« on: December 22, 2008, 11:34:11 pm »
See i'm pro Mac theres alot of programs I use for, but the PC is capable of the same software as the Mac. I guess it really comes down to the person to decide if they feel more comfortable with mac, or yet the PC. I have a friend that use windows and Linux and they are on both duel drives and he plays some Team Fortress 2. I said I wanted to get it on my mac and him and his friends laughed at me. I don't care that they laughed but wish mac was better with the games. I would have to get a mac pro tower to really get some good fps because the pro is simply like the PC tower also. But macs are hefty expensive, this laptop alone was over 1,300 alone shipping was $50 so it wasn't to bad but Macs like the iMacs and Mac book pro are just to high priced.

I think people like the PC more though because half of use were raised on the PC through school, I just got to tired of virus on the PC so the mac switched because virus on the mac, well it's hard to get a virus on the mac because most virus were made on the PC for the PC. though i'm not saying you can't get one ( seen it happen it was funny) but it is quite hard.

but fesworks tell me about the vista I was thinking about getting it on the family PC but then yet again things are easier on the XP

General Chat / The OS war?
« on: December 22, 2008, 09:05:59 pm »
Hi guys, i was just going through youtube and found all this hate for every OS out there (particularly PC and Mac. To me it's really kind of all senseless to me. I get frustrated over all the people just hate either the PC and Mac

I use a PC and Mac and they both have substantial draw backs
I had a Linux but never got to use it sense the monitor had just short circuited, so I can't comment so much on that.

I want to ask the people here on what they think about the OS's out there and the hate for OS's in general

I just think if you like what you like should it make a difference to the person who doesn't use what you like?

Art / Re: Comic Art Help
« on: December 12, 2008, 10:10:11 pm »
Write a script.  Draw each scene with stick people.  If you have more than one scene, number all the scenes and draw little boxes around them.  Figure out where you want your boxes (panels) to go on your page.  Sketch the panel scenes again on your page, but draw them "for real" this time.  Leave space for the word balloons.  Finish the pencils, ink, and color.

Making Comics by Scott McCloud is a good reference book.

I've been reading Scott's book. I thank you for the source, it is actually helping to understand the comic art.

Art / Re: Comic Art Help
« on: December 11, 2008, 11:29:42 pm »
this sounds good so far. Thanks sagebrush & Azraelle! I really appreciate it!

Art / Comic Art Help
« on: December 11, 2008, 03:53:02 am »
OK, bit of a newbs here, and also am trying to get a site here as well, but the main reason I'm here is I need your help on something I lack in and want to start doing.

Well, yes I draw but never before comics in's something new to me and I have been trying to do this on my own but find myself frustrated so I just take a break from it.

I see a lot of good web art and comics here and I'm blown away.
but how do you, start off with a comic I know so basic general ideas but something to get me motivated to sit down and just work ideas.

any help would be honored!

Applications / Re: inversion (re-apply)
« on: December 11, 2008, 03:39:15 am »
oh my bad then, I've used blender and it just looked like a plan used with a lot of meshes and subsurfs but nice job though

Applications / Re: inversion (re-apply)
« on: December 10, 2008, 04:28:41 am »
I'm new and stuff but couldn't help to notice the vector graphic picture that you were messing around with did you use blender at any chance?

Applications / celebrate art| show case my art and comics
« on: December 10, 2008, 04:25:53 am »
  :D hi my name is Dennis.
Nice to all meet you.
A little about myself:
I live in a small town and seventeen and I hope to achieve art school, particularly MCAD (Minneapolis College of Art and Design) and I'm trying to go for a scholarship.
I want to present my art over the internet, because be more easier.

Reading the Instructions, I actually have HTML passed 1995 but probably more in the year of 04'? 05"?

Anyways, I actually want to brush up on the HTML/CSS/JavaScript *bit more rusty on Java >_<* but I see that you guys can help me achieve higher potential and skill.

I looked at some sites, and there's a lot of stuff I'm familiar with such as code wise but I see alot of people have achieved the best and that's what I would like to learn.

Dreamweaver Cs3 is currently what I'm using, I can just go off note pad and save as .html, Dreamweaver is just easier.

OK to the meaty stuff:

I don't know any other sites to go to so i got screen shots? ehhh?

website layout:
I tried making it simple but yet a bit creative, yet HTML coding could go farther

*I'm working on comics, I'm actually collaborating art with a friend to accomplish comics*


all my art I've managed to copy so far.

early start out work *I have a lot more, just alot of them to me are bad

latest work

I know some off these are a bit abstract especially
but it was more about cross patch shading to give the general idea of lighting.

but please some feed back would be great on the site layout and the art work it's the first time i've showed them to people so kind of on anxiety >_<

Also I've been working on DHTML or java script for drop down menus, easier to get to my art albums with out clicking through link in the art section

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