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BenderLicksButt

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« Reply #120 on: 10-03-2006 09:08 »

yay im in a masterpeice (i look kinda sad though)
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« Reply #121 on: 10-03-2006 09:21 »

Thanks.

BLB - I'm less good at drawing dogs than my agent might have let on.
TriggerHappyJim

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« Reply #122 on: 10-03-2006 09:26 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
Heh heh heh... you already look like a cartoon character as it is...

Give me a break, it was 8am. I don't usually wake up before 10.  big grin

 
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*masterpiece*

I swear, if I ever meet you I'm gonna tear out your talent gland and consume like that! *Snaps fingers*

 
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Truly, 'twas more hair than man.

And this was after I got my haircut!   eek
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« Reply #123 on: 10-03-2006 09:31 »

Hahahaha. I envy people who can grow hair like that. Mine's so straight, as soon as I try to grow it out it turns into a dome and I end up looking like a blonde Beatle.
BenderLicksButt

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« Reply #124 on: 10-03-2006 09:38 »

i see miself something like this
TriggerHappyJim

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« Reply #125 on: 10-03-2006 09:49 »

coldangel, I don't suppose I could commission* some pics for some (non-Futurama) fic I'm writing, could I? It's got teenagers, violence, swearing, violence, muggles, magic, romance and violence in it... Tempted?

*read "scrounge"
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« Reply #126 on: 10-03-2006 09:58 »

BenderLicksButt; for what it's worth that's how I will always see you too.

TriggerHappyJim; See my email.
TriggerHappyJim

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« Reply #127 on: 10-03-2006 10:49 »

Right back at you.
Freela

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« Reply #128 on: 10-04-2006 17:17 »
« Last Edit on: 10-04-2006 17:17 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
Thanks! Luv my pic!
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« Reply #129 on: 10-04-2006 22:18 »

No worries.
KitKatBar-Fry

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« Reply #130 on: 10-05-2006 18:56 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:




Well, I drew something for you. I can't just sit and watch everyone else get drawn. You deserve it, bug guy. You've drawn a pic of just about everyone else, so...


Usually I don't color PEELer pics,  but I couldn't help myself on this one. You look so scary.  wink
Enjoy it, man. You deserve a break!
Wooter

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« Reply #131 on: 10-05-2006 22:56 »
« Last Edit on: 10-05-2006 22:56 »

Well, this looks promising. Nice work everyone! Any chance on getting a cartoon version of me?




Your choice. The first is from now, the second, a few months back. Perhaps May? It doesn't matter
tyraniak

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« Reply #132 on: 10-06-2006 00:41 »

Nice drawing there kitkat
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« Reply #133 on: 10-06-2006 06:20 »

@ Kitkat - heeeey, thanks bro. Heh heh, lookit me, I'm what I always aspired to be - a complete nutter... but OMG, not as much of a nutter as WOOTER! Hey, where's YOUR photo?  wink

@ Wooter - so much for me being the creepiest looking bastard on here.
Throw down your gun - don't be so reckless.
I love your T-Shirt though.


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« Reply #134 on: 10-06-2006 09:14 »

Heh, awesome. Awesome to the max.

The gun was unloaded, the barrel wasn't pointed at anyone, and my finger was on the trigger guard, not the trigger. I am very safe with guns.

The most dangerous thing that could have happened is if I dropped it on my foot.
coldangel

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« Reply #135 on: 10-06-2006 09:52 »
« Last Edit on: 10-06-2006 09:52 by coldangel_1 »

Hehe, it's all good man. I know    big grin. Just people who pose for photographs brandishing firearms tend to suffer one of two things - lampooning or framing for assassination of heads of state.
Where were you on the 22nd of November, 1963? *narrows eyes*

Heh heh, dinosaur hunting... I love it. Where can I get one of those shirts?

EDIT: You know... speaking of conspiracy theories, did you ever watch The X Files? Because you bear a strong resemblence to a character in that show named Langly - he's a computer hacker and part of an underground conspiracy publication called (coincidentally) 'The Lone Gunman'.
Wooter

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« Reply #136 on: 10-06-2006 16:32 »
« Last Edit on: 10-06-2006 16:32 »

Okay, Langly looks more like Garth from Wyane's world than he looks like me. But there is a similarity.

I got that t-shirt from here. Unfortunately they stopped selling them.

It sells various nerdy stuff. The design was from a tattoo of a character in a webcomic.
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« Reply #137 on: 10-07-2006 00:37 »

Oh, that's a shame. I'd have worn one of those with pride.
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« Reply #138 on: 10-08-2006 07:51 »



Being the self-indulgent egotistical knob that I am, I decided to try my hand at drawing myself. Look at that - it's me! Wow, what a wanker I am.
You see, the terrifying part about this is that's in no way stylized: those clothes are exactly what I'm wearing now, including the gloves, and I smoke cigars, AND I have that samurai sword up on my mantlepiece.
I guess the question you have to ask yourself is - 'who does this dickhead think he is?'...
TriggerHappyJim

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« Reply #139 on: 10-08-2006 07:58 »

Crikey, which cartoon did you escape from!  tongue

Exquisite drawings, as always!
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« Reply #140 on: 10-08-2006 09:46 »

I don't know if my art imitates me or I imitate my art, but I have a feeling it's the latter.
SpaceCase

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« Reply #141 on: 10-08-2006 13:52 »

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    Originally posted by coldangel_1:
    I don't know if my art imitates me or I imitate my art, but I have a feeling it's the latter.
    Well, your ego isn't as big as it could be:
    • No blood.
    • No massively bulging muscles.
    • No grenades.
    • No pistol;
    • No sawed-off 12-gauge;
    • No Uzi in a DeSantis shoulder rig;
    Nuthin'.
    Just a tanto, and a 'tude.

    There may be hope for you yet.  wink
    BeanBeanBean!

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    « Reply #142 on: 10-08-2006 21:34 »

    I just came back to my old thread and noticed I have been drawn by Coldy. You my friend are amazing. That's a damn good drawing. Thank you smile You did a good job of Wooter and Soylent too smile
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    « Reply #143 on: 10-08-2006 22:05 »

    Hahaha. Well in real life I'm not particularly fond of firearms. I use them if I absolutely have to, but whenever possible I prefer the nobility and tradition of a blade. I have a large collection of swords and knives and machetes and bayonettes and... all sorts of blades. I find them to be quite exquisite works of functional art.
    As for massive mulging muscles... well I keep those hidden for the sake of modesty  wink

    BeanBeanBean - No worries, and thanks!  big grin
    my man-wich!

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    « Reply #144 on: 10-10-2006 05:04 »
    « Last Edit on: 10-10-2006 05:04 »

    man,you look like sam fisher from splinter cell.

    If you don't know who sam fisher is 'click here...IF YOU DARE'
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    « Reply #145 on: 10-10-2006 09:00 »

    Haha, yeah. With another ten years under my belt perhaps.

    Here's a question - in a fight between Mr Fisher and Solid Snake, who would win?
    I'd put my money on Snake. They're both highly-trained operatives, but Snake has the advantage of being genetically-modified specifically for war.
    SpaceCase

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    « Reply #146 on: 10-10-2006 13:41 »

     
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    Originally posted by coldangel_1:
    ... I'm not particularly fond of firearms. I use them if I absolutely have to, but whenever possible I prefer the nobility and tradition of a blade.
    Tradition? Okay; Ill concede that.

    Nobility?

    As I understand it, the goal of a soldier or mercenary is to overcome their adversary by any means at hand; be it bombs, bullets, blades, or blunt force.
    I fail to see the nobility in this.
    Don’t misunderstand: Anyone who stands in harms way for the sake of the citizenry has my respect!
    But where’s the nobility in down-and-dirty combat?
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    As for massive mulging muscles... well I keep those hidden for the sake of modesty   wink
    Ah… what I said about hope? Nevermind…  wink
    KitKatBar-Fry

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    « Reply #147 on: 10-10-2006 17:07 »
    « Last Edit on: 10-10-2006 17:07 »

    Wow....coldangel_1, bro. That's so good it isn't even funny.   wink
    *smacks head*
    Sword. Sword...Why didn't I think of a sword? All I managed to come up with when I drew you was a fist. Hehe, absolutely superb, as usual. You know what, I think maybe I'm gonna give this a shot...this pic is of a little bit younger e, with bad lighting, so my identity is still essentially safe:

    There, now draw a kick-ass picture of me.  tongue
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    « Reply #148 on: 10-10-2006 19:16 »

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    Originally posted by SpaceCase:
    I fail to see the nobility in this.
    QUOTE]

    Perhaps the wrong word to use. Perhaps honour is more fitting. When you respect an adversary you face him openly, one-on-one, as opposed to popping him from a concealed sniper's roost half a klick away. At least, that's how I've always felt. The true warrior would want to be bested in open combat, not be taken out by something he never even saw. That's what I've always liked about medievil warfare and weapons - they are truer to the essence of the combatant. Modern warfare is more like a chore - sweeping up a troublesome mess, as you say 'through whatever means necessary'.
    War used to be a gentleman's pursuit, as paradoxical as that may sound... but paradox or not, it never used to suffer the massive civilian casualties it does today... not usually, and never by accident.

    Blowing up a platoon of men by a long-range air-to-surface missile just isn't..... *sporting*. I laugh at myself for using that word, but I don't know how else to put it. There's just something elemental about pitting steel with steel and skill against skill. It's probably not nobility, no... but it's fair.
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    « Reply #149 on: 10-10-2006 19:41 »

    KitKatBar-Fry

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    « Reply #150 on: 10-10-2006 21:30 »

    Yeeeeeees! Excellant again, coldangel! I know they're kinda hard to see, so just as a heads up, I have braids on that side of my head.  wink No prob though, it's still fantastic.
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    « Reply #151 on: 10-10-2006 23:37 »

     
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    Originally posted by coldangel_1:
    Blowing up a platoon of men by a long-range air-to-surface missile just isn't... *sporting*... There's just something elemental about pitting steel with steel and skill against skill. It's probably not nobility, no... but it's fair.
    The sportsman's ethic, and the soldier's ethic would seem to conflict.

    Your pictures - especially of KKBF - are very good; you're a gifted artist. Thank you for sharing your talent.
    Please, do keep it up.  smile
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    « Reply #152 on: 10-10-2006 23:46 »

    This is where I get off. The difference between a soldier and a warrior - the soldier is a tool of tyrants; a mechanism that serves a function without question or preamble. The warrior is a different creature altogether; he fights because he believes in something, and he does it in a way that he sees as right - he's not a mindless grunt having his strings pulled by a government.
    I think of myself as a warrior, or rather I used to... now I'm just a guy with some interesting scars.

    Cheers for your compliments and it's a great pleasure to share my talent. I do this stuff all the time for no reason; having other people enjoy it makes it infinitely more fun.
    Tastes Like Fry

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    « Reply #153 on: 10-10-2006 23:49 »

    Man! You all look so young!
    One of moi? *puppyeyes*
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    « Reply #154 on: 10-11-2006 00:17 »

    Young? Me? I'm 23!
    Okay, I admit that's still young...
    But I'm an old soul.
    Or something...
    Here's a pic...

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    « Reply #155 on: 10-11-2006 05:23 »

     
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    Originally posted by coldangel_1:That's what I've always liked about medievil warfare and weapons - they are truer to the essence of the combatant. Modern warfare is more like a chore - sweeping up a troublesome mess, as you say 'through whatever means necessary'.
    War used to be a gentleman's pursuit, as paradoxical as that may sound... but paradox or not, it never used to suffer the massive civilian casualties it does today... not usually, and never by accident.

    I think this is probably the wrong thread for me to weigh in on, but historically, massive and intentional civilian casualties were usually the whole point of much of medieval 'warfare'. Damage was done to an opponent by the depopulation and destruction of his agricultural lands. Armies clashing were a very small part of an overall campaign, despite the best efforts of chroniclers of the time to romanticise it.

    War was indeed a gentleman's pursuit, where gentlemen are defined as the rich and powerful elite, and armies and fighting were a gentleman's plaything.

    On topic, great set of pics here and elsewhere!
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    « Reply #156 on: 10-11-2006 05:40 »
    « Last Edit on: 10-11-2006 05:40 by coldangel_1 »

    I guess it has been a while since I was in the middle ages. But I still like swordfighting more than carpet-bombing.

    NB: Depopulation and destruction of agricultural lands, or the equivalent, is now done by sanctions. They have the same result, it's just that the modern 'civilized' way is agonizingly slow.
    I suppose nothing really changes.

    Cheers for that. I'm currently playing around with Paint Shop Pro 7. I think I'm getting the hang of it.
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    « Reply #157 on: 10-11-2006 06:48 »

     
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    Originally posted by Tastes Like Fry:
    Man! You all look so young!

    Excuse me? I'm only a few years younger than you, missy. Not by much, mind you!  tongue

    @coldangel_1: Another superb rendition of someone's face. They keep getting better everytime! Oh, and by the way, I really think that Tastes Like Fry's is spot-on excellant!
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    « Reply #158 on: 10-11-2006 06:50 »

    Cheers for the compliment, but please to be staying on topic - this thread is about relative barbarity of medievil warfare VS modern warfare.

    ...no, wait... ahh... that's not right.
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    « Reply #159 on: 10-11-2006 08:38 »

     
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    Originally posted by coldangel_1:
    I guess it has been a while since I was in the middle ages. But I still like swordfighting more than carpet-bombing.

    If you're going to be unflappably and dourly realistic, then you'd have to say that both are just ways of fighting, methods of killing. Dead is dead, homeless, starved, and traumatised is the same regardless of the technology level of your killers/ raiders.

    But I think that fantasy has a role to play too - you've got to be allowed to fantasise, roleplay, be creative (look at the site we're on...  tongue), it's unrealistic to pretend we don't need our fantasies. Just have to remember where the boundaries are, to ensure fantasy and reality don't get confused. As you say:

     
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    Originally posted by coldangel_1:NB: Depopulation and destruction of agricultural lands, or the equivalent, is now done by sanctions. They have the same result, it's just that the modern 'civilized' way is agonizingly slow.
    I suppose nothing really changes.

    ...and it's well put  smile

     
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    Originally posted by coldangel_1:Cheers for that. I'm currently playing around with Paint Shop Pro 7. I think I'm getting the hang of it.

    'Rah! It's a fairly simple process, really, and you're obviously experienced enough in other art media to get to grips with it quickly. It can take a bit of time at first, but it gets easier - that example pic I sent took about an hour, hour and a half to line, including the background.
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