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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-16 12:35:23 Reply

At 10/16/10 12:05 PM, EJR wrote: So guys. My friend wanted me to call him last week about some sort of painting thing he wants me to do. Like some sort of mural at some place. I still have not called him because I forgot, but I'll do it later. How do I paint?

I don't know why, but I felt the urge to make this after reading that.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-16 15:39:18 Reply

At 10/16/10 12:35 PM, big-jonny-13 wrote: I don't know why, but I felt the urge to make this after reading that.

That was extremely unhelpful.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-16 15:42:39 Reply

At 10/16/10 03:39 PM, EJR wrote: That was extremely unhelpful.

Actually, it was extremely helpful! You need paint and a brush... and spider man for those high, hard to reach places.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-16 15:57:06 Reply

At 10/16/10 12:35 PM, big-jonny-13 wrote:
I don't know why, but I felt the urge to make this after reading that.

For some reason I laughed.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-16 18:40:32 Reply

Well, yeah, Jonny's pic really does point out a lot in the ancient ways of the painting. Although I don't really know how this will really translate into murals, I can link you into a few sites. Such as the basics or or a few tips and tricks but mostly I'm going to have to recommend this site right here.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 06:50:11 Reply

Hey blokes.
Have you seen the User of the Day today?
Don't you think we should, like, sing her a song or something like that?

Just saying.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 06:54:37 Reply

At 10/17/10 06:50 AM, BizarroJoe wrote: Hey blokes.
Have you seen the User of the Day today?
Don't you think we should, like, sing her a song or something like that?
Just saying.

I saw that being announced in General like 4 hours ago. I should really be ashamed of myself for not bringing it over here or anything. I guess that singing a song isn't such a bad idea, if anyone would actually sing it. There should be like, an official song for people who matter and net UotD.

I'm lost for ideas

Happy UotD, Ranaenae.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 06:59:11 Reply

Hello too all you newgrounds artists. my name is Matt Oninski. i am a student enrolled in the gaming art and animation program and Madison Media Institute. for one of our classes we were asked to interview an artist. so i came to these forums today hoping to have those questions answered. Note: i will only take serious answers, comedy fine with me, but please work it into your actual answers.

1. What school(s) did you attend? where? what was your major at first? did it change? why did it change?

2. Have you applied other places before you got involved in the newgrounds community? what were those places?

3. What is some of your work? if you want to leave a link please so i can see some of your fantastic work please do.(IT IS YOUR WORK I WILL NEVER RELEASE IT UNDER MY NAME NOR WILL I EVER DO ANYTHING WITH IT EXCEPT WATCH IT.) also please no adult content.

4. Is newgrounds your primary source of money?, if you make any money at all. do you make money from other sources for your independent work? or are you happy with just posting your work for no cost?

5. Is it just you doing your work or do you have a team? what do your team members do to help you?

6. What programs do you use for your work? ex. maya, photoshop/after effect, and of course art. if you would like to email me some of your art that would be nice, but again not necessary.

7. How much time do you put in your work daily? is it more like a job or just a side project?

Last Question.

8. What do you suggest to your fellow artists who are working hard on their own projects? or going through school?

if you want to email me the questions my email is pwninski@yahoo.com. or just PM me

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 08:37:13 Reply

At 10/13/10 12:56 AM, ReNaeNae wrote: Happy Birthday Jonny!!

Sometimes I feel the same way.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 09:16:13 Reply

Congrats on the User of the day Renaenae! What does that award even do? Tell me please.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 09:53:44 Reply

At 10/17/10 09:16 AM, Fifty-50 wrote: Congrats on the User of the day Renaenae! What does that award even do? Tell me please.

I believe the user is randomly selected (?????).

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 12:50:03 Reply

At 10/17/10 06:50 AM, BizarroJoe wrote: Don't you think we should, like, sing her a song or something like that?

Hey hey hey
Check out the user of the day
Hey hey hey
It's ReNaeNae

Yeah.... that's all I got.
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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 13:12:40 Reply

At 10/17/10 12:50 PM, big-jonny-13 wrote:
At 10/17/10 06:50 AM, BizarroJoe wrote: Don't you think we should, like, sing her a song or something like that?
Hey hey hey
Check out the user of the day
Hey hey hey
It's ReNaeNae

Yeah.... that's all I got.

Please record yourself singing that and send it to me immediately so I can make it into a song.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 13:14:20 Reply

At 10/17/10 09:16 AM, Fifty-50 wrote: Congrats on the User of the day Renaenae! What does that award even do? Tell me please.

To the best of my knowledge, nothing at all.

And "award" is a silly name for it, I think, because it's randomized.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 13:16:42 Reply

At 10/17/10 09:53 AM, CloudEater wrote:
At 10/17/10 09:16 AM, Fifty-50 wrote: Congrats on the User of the day Renaenae! What does that award even do? Tell me please.
I believe the user is randomly selected (?????).

Yeah, it is, out of all the users who qualify. Still pretty cool.

Congrats, ReNaeNae!!


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 13:25:35 Reply

At 10/17/10 01:12 PM, CloudEater wrote:
At 10/17/10 12:50 PM, big-jonny-13 wrote: Check out the user of the day
It's ReNaeNae
Please record yourself singing that and send it to me immediately so I can make it into a song.

Jonny no longer seems to be present in the art forum so anyone who has a mic plz record this.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 14:14:50 Reply

Holy shit, I randomly stumbled across that game that Qbles had mentioned in the first Flood the Portal thread, the one with the black cat and the mouse movement.
Adventurous Eric.

Also Cloudy, gimme some time and I'll quick record it.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 14:52:36 Reply

At 10/17/10 12:50 PM, big-jonny-13 wrote: Hey hey hey
Check out the user of the day
Hey hey hey
It's ReNaeNae

Yeah.... that's all I got.

Nice song Jonny. I would love to listen to that when it's done. But those lyrics remind me of someone.

Fat Albert LOL

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 15:54:57 Reply

At 10/17/10 02:52 PM, Fifty-50 wrote:
Fat Albert LOL

...If the shoe fits! lol! Thanks guys! ;P

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 21:05:36 Reply

School sucks I never have time to dick about on the internet anymore.

unless it's 2 in the morning and most people I talk to are asleep anyway

Look at my art!

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-17 23:14:01 Reply

At 10/17/10 09:05 PM, Captain-Ben wrote: School sucks I never have time to dick about on the internet anymore.

unless it's 2 in the morning and most people I talk to are asleep anyway

Unblock me please.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-18 00:03:17 Reply

Yeah, outside influences seriously cut into my own internet/gaming time, so I can sympathize. It's probably worse because when I'm on, pretty much no-one else is. It's like walking into a ghost town, leaving a few messages, and then leaving for another 24 hours. Except those rare times when I'm on long into the morning/night, it's pretty much like that.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-18 05:23:10 Reply

sorry for the double post, but I thought that you all might want to see this.

Tilt-shifting is basically the art of blurring out specific parts of a picture to make real-life situations, mainly paintings from what I've seen, look like models. It's a really interesting effect, and it's been applied beautifully (for the most part) to a bunch of Van Gogh paintings.

You can see the lot here.

Just wondering - viable technique for enhancing pictures to give them that extra boost of 3D? I'd think it's a good technique, applied well can really one-up your pictures for interesting.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-18 07:53:26 Reply

At 10/18/10 05:23 AM, Lintire wrote: Just wondering - viable technique for enhancing pictures to give them that extra boost of 3D? I'd think it's a good technique, applied well can really one-up your pictures for interesting.

I was actually reading about this a few weeks back. It's a really funky concept and looks like it might be fun to try.
Interesting concept to use them on paintings, though not sure if they give as strong a model look than with a photograph.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-18 08:02:35 Reply

At 10/18/10 05:23 AM, Lintire wrote: Tilt-shifting ....
Just wondering - viable technique for enhancing pictures to give them that extra boost of 3D? I'd think it's a good technique, applied well can really one-up your pictures for interesting.

Well they definitely make the paintings look really 3d which is kind of cool. I think in some of these they've over done it though. It's only really a novelty though to just blur some famous art so it looks 3d. It's not really anything special or particularly difficult to do. If someone was able to paint in a way that it seemed the painting had been 'tilt-shifted' then I would be impressed.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-18 11:27:53 Reply

At 10/18/10 05:23 AM, Lintire wrote: sorry for the double post, but I thought that you all might want to see this.

Tilt-shifting is basically the art of blurring out specific parts of a picture to make real-life situations, mainly paintings from what I've seen, look like models. It's a really interesting effect, and it's been applied beautifully (for the most part) to a bunch of Van Gogh paintings.

You can see the lot here.

Just wondering - viable technique for enhancing pictures to give them that extra boost of 3D? I'd think it's a good technique, applied well can really one-up your pictures for interesting.

The tilt-shifted Van Gogh paintings are quite cool and it might be a nifty technique for one to apply to ones own digital art, imo, but I wouldn't want to see a sudden flood of famous paintings with the technique applied to them, it would lose it's novelty, methinks.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-19 03:35:30 Reply

At 10/18/10 05:23 AM, Lintire wrote: Tilt-shifting

I dont know, seems like a lot of work to finish up the drawing, only to blur out details in the background and foreground. Unless doing it manually that is.
Its a cool effect though.

Also this?

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-19 04:24:43 Reply

At 10/19/10 03:35 AM, Havegum wrote: Also this?

I tried, but I really can't watch this. His commentary is unbelievably irritating.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-19 07:02:49 Reply

If you angled a drawing from the right beginning to be compatible with tilt-shifting, then it'd work out to be pretty awesome. I wouldn't advise taking a full-blown pic, tilt-shifting it, then posting it. That would just be a waste of time.

At 10/19/10 03:35 AM, Havegum wrote: Also this?

I'm pretty sure that it's simply referring to the cartoon Gumby stick thing or whatever, but it's still a pretty sweet co-incidence.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-10-19 07:16:59 Reply

At 10/19/10 04:24 AM, TurkeyOnAStick wrote:

His commentary is unbelievably irritating.
This, I still watched it though and lol! ..."fuck you gumby"