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Dec 7, 2011 | 9:21 PM EST
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320 x 240 px
84.1 kb

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Author Comments

This picture was a background image, for text appearing in a television show. The text would list the channel(s) and viewing areas, as well as contact info and news article introductions and references, during the show. The face is an Iroquois mask painted differently than normal. Derp. I'm no artist, so no scouting please.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Ah, a piece of Variousean history here! I remember the name (since you've mentioned it). Low-res, oldskool and cool.


VicariousE responds:

Odd, didn't seem all that lo-res at the time ;) Made it on Adobe Photodelux 2.0, which was the last intuitive yet powerful art program I used, hasn't worked since XP :p


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i was here bro

VicariousE responds:

Guess that's one way to defeat the 'footprints in the sand' situation


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Le scary :c
*Hugs teddy*

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VicariousE responds:

Aww! I guess it is, but I wanted to capture the indignation of being ignored or used... that's also why there's a big garbage can in the background.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice dude

VicariousE responds:

Thanks! Once I had the mask drawing all processed and creepy, the rest went easy... but that was over 13 years ago :P


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This one is very good. I hope the show went well!

VicariousE responds:

Say thanks man! The shows were half an hour, and had at least 300 cuts (video changes) in it, most of which were rotated segments. Got some feedback and was recognized in public by people, even years after the show went off-air (had done 2 other cable/public access shows too, so...)
If my stupid cassette based cameras hadn't died, would've made more of an impact. Editing crap performances took 2 weeks per episode :|