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FemJesse

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« Reply #640 on: 09-02-2003 09:02 »

Aslate:  My logic=  They are both fat. =P

We all need a new character sometimes...
Name: Tyler (T.?) Turner (named after my school), Age: 18-ish, Gender: Male, Desc:  Vampire loser.

Juliet

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« Reply #641 on: 09-02-2003 09:02 »

Oh Jesse That South Futurama picture is so cute  smile

Jesse X Barboza

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« Reply #642 on: 09-02-2003 09:40 »

"Tyler Turner" looks like he'd make a good animated character.
FemJesse

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« Reply #643 on: 09-02-2003 10:21 »

Tyler is a loser and he'll probably never amount to anything more than a few sketches.   evil laugh
What's wierd is that he seems very stiff to me, kinda like if he was animated he still would prefer just standing still with his hands in his pockets, skulking in a corner or such.

If I learn flash this year, there's a slight possibility there could be a Tyler short. 

One of my ideas was that he could be a "reverse vampire" as one of my friend's claims to be.  It means she lurks during the daylight rather than at night, which if truly enforced.. could potentially kill a social life.
The Names Nick

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« Reply #644 on: 09-02-2003 11:24 »

 
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Originally posted by FemJesse:
One of my ideas was that he could be a "reverse vampire" as one of my friend's claims to be.  It means she lurks during the daylight rather than at night, which if truly enforced.. could potentially kill a social life.

Another words, your friend is a lawyer?
Seriously though, have you ever actually watched her drinking blood? If she has, I'd think you must live in the world of the Twilight Zone. I mean, it sounds like being in the company of nude people, vampires, and those hippies, you hate, is just an everyday thing for you.   confused

Also, I really like your colored version of Fry and Leela sleeping together. Now the pic looks even better then the time they are having/had.
FemJesse

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« Reply #645 on: 09-02-2003 12:17 »

Nick, first of all.  I don't HATE hippies.  I just dislike some of their cliché "edgy" political views.  I actually find these true blue leftists to be quite amusing... like free clowns!  It is an "EVERYDAY thing" and you suck it up and learn to live with it.  Being an artist, and living among fellow artists, I have a lot of eccentric friends.  Some of which are so opposite "hippies" on the scale, they're almost regressing into Nazis.  I'm really desensitized to everyone's general apathy, and sometimes the vocality of their "silent" misery.  I can't blame them for feeling under-represented in the current U.S. government, but I'm not about to agree with them on many more real issues.  We've come to that understanding, and it is mutual.  They understand that I care about some things, and I understand that they care about others.  Its the same measure as constructive criticism versus ranting. 

If you're going to rant and "hate" on fellow artists, you don't belong here.
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« Reply #646 on: 09-02-2003 12:23 »

I thought the hippies died out 20 years ago...

Anyway, great art FemJesse.
Bobby King

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« Reply #647 on: 09-02-2003 13:05 »

Tyler looks really great  smile
The Names Nick

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« Reply #648 on: 09-02-2003 13:08 »
« Last Edit on: 09-02-2003 13:08 »

   
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Originally posted by FemJesse:
  If you're going to rant and "hate" on fellow artists, you don't belong here.

Bad choice of words on my part. I should have used something like 'don't think to highly of' in place of 'hate'. I might have worded it that way had, I expected what I said to be taken so seriously. I thought I had made that post so that it would not be taken so seriously. I figured the joke and the thing about the Twilight Zone would be enough.

Edit:I should also add, if you don't dislike them then you probably should not say some of the things you do about them. This way people will not assume you hate or dislike them.

You also never answered my question about your friend.
FemJesse

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« Reply #649 on: 09-02-2003 13:43 »
« Last Edit on: 09-02-2003 13:43 »

Nick:  :dabs her forehead with a towel: Well... don't we all drink blood once in a while?   roll eyes  Oh wait... its NOT normal?!  :runs in a corner and cries  cry:
I don't see anything wrong with drinking blood as long as you know the person its coming from and accept the risks your taking. (Yes I'm that desensitized...)

Bobby:  SURE Tyler LOOKS good... but its completely different when you get here and you realize the rooms are sooo tiny and the food su...

Oh wait... you mean the character.    evil laugh (burn on my own school)

Farnsworth38

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« Reply #650 on: 09-02-2003 14:38 »

After reading that I just had to play ‘No Exit’...

‘...Busted like a water main
Indulgence in another vein
What they’re saying round the neighbourhood
Is what (s)he’s drinking’s not aged in wood...’

Anyway: the South Park spoof is great. SP isn’t really my scene, but I like the style of animation: it reminds me of Monty Python. Beware the Giant Foot...
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« Reply #651 on: 09-02-2003 16:08 »

 
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Originally posted by FemJesse:
 Well... don't we all drink blood once in a while?    roll eyes  Oh wait... its NOT normal?!  :runs in a corner and cries   cry:
I don't see anything wrong with drinking blood as long as you know the person its coming from and accept the risks your taking. (Yes I'm that desensitized...)

So I shouldn't come over to your house for dinner?   tongue
Vintage Dave

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« Reply #652 on: 09-02-2003 16:49 »

I've been out of town.

It's good to see that things are more or less normal again.

What a fast-moving thread!  It's almost 20.

While a few of your drawing subjects aren't my cuppa, I like your sure-handed execution, as always.

While reading your poem, I had to look away into space several times.  That's a compliment.

I'd like to hear why the Realistic style, when applied to Futurama characters, makes people uncomfortable.  It seems to me to be a good thing, even though it initially made me a bit uncomfortable too.  In my case, I think it's just unfamiliarity.  When I see them obviously themselves yet quite unlike their natural state, I don't know who they are.  Can I trust them?    Why this should differ from my non-reaction at seeing a cartoon-style drawing of someone I know in RL, I can't say.  What say the rest of you?
FemJesse

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« Reply #653 on: 09-02-2003 17:28 »

I too would like a good explanation about why some don't really like my realistic style.  I hear from some that it was just too different and far-fetched.  I guess people don't like things that are new and different. 

After my first realistic drawing hit TLZ.  I got a few emails about people who felt surprisingly strongly against the work.  I thought it might make more people uncomfortable to see characters that they know "aren't real."  After my first few drawings in that style, I embraced the fact that I had started making people uncomfortable (I think this feeling peaked when I did Dinner at Elzar's).
 
It's slowly been wearing off, but I'm afraid to do any more new realistic work until I stop trying to get people riled up by it.  Its only good in small doses; and I don't want everyone to O.D. on my stuff (or at least the ones that take a lot of effort).  As for a justification for the Wedding picture at the beginning of this thread: 
I had it in mind for a while.  It just popped out.
The other ones keep falling out of my hands because I can't think of anything heartfelt or wonderfully conceptual.
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« Reply #654 on: 09-02-2003 17:36 »

FemJ i love your realistics best of all and i'm sure others do too. I guess we're just not as vocal about it as the dissers are.
Chump

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« Reply #655 on: 09-02-2003 17:53 »

Oh just do it.
People can choose not to look at them, it doesn't matter. Personally, I don't like them. I just think that real cyclops look freaky, Fry looks like an idiot with bad hair, you can't do justice to the professor's age without scaring people, and Bender looks totally, totally out of place. That's my opinion, but it doesn't matter much because I don't look at those pics anyway (ANYONES not just you). So make them if you enjoy doing them because there seems to be many people who like them.

Also, FJ, would you be so kind as to put the papers I did in the General Art thread on FSAC, or would you like them emailed?
winna

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« Reply #656 on: 09-02-2003 17:54 »

People hate the realistic stuff no no?  Your "Dinner At Elzar's" is one of my favorite pics that you made; go figure  roll eyes...  Also the Futurama Park was done pretty well  wink
Wonderbee31

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« Reply #657 on: 09-02-2003 17:58 »

I also like both styles as well, cartoony and realistic.  I hope that you do some more of the realistic ones in the future.
Eroshka

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« Reply #658 on: 09-02-2003 18:14 »

I think all of your art is fantastic and I hope you continue drawing whatever comes to mind. Also, is there any chance that the wedding picture or Leela/Fry sleeping will show up at your print shop?
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« Reply #659 on: 09-02-2003 18:43 »
« Last Edit on: 09-02-2003 18:43 »

Strange, I liked the 'realistic' style as it's highly original (nothing else similar out there AFAIK), and the drawings are beautiful. Actually, they started me thinking of a computer program which could take any Futurama character and output a rendition of them as a 'real' person. It would work off spatial algorithms derived from comparing actual photos of actors etc., who have appeared on Futurama, with their cartoon selves - only this would be the reverse. There would be a margin of error, of course, but accuracy should be quite high. If enough samples were used, perhaps the program could extrapolate the data and even create a full 3D render of the 'real' character. Yep, if I knew how to do any of what I just said, I'd certainly try it.
Chump

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« Reply #660 on: 09-02-2003 19:18 »

Ah, there we go. Sofie made a bunch of them, I remember them from Say Argh. But this is the only one I could find, as FSAC is missing the entire second page:


NOT MINE, JUST GIVING AN EXAMPLE.
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« Reply #661 on: 09-02-2003 20:18 »

I like both styles, but I like realistic more. You draw all of them accuratley and can actually make Leela look nice as a real cyclops. (She looks good in the show, but I'm not sure how good she'd look with one eye in real life)  I also do realistic styled pictures, although they're not half as good as yours...

Anyway, point is, I like realistic more, espicially the wedding one!
The Names Nick

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« Reply #662 on: 09-02-2003 20:43 »
« Last Edit on: 09-02-2003 20:43 »

I also think your realistic style works are your best. I think part of what makes them so great is they are like the artist, and the environment the artist is in. To some it up in one word unique. I just wish you would make more realistic style pictures.
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« Reply #663 on: 09-02-2003 20:44 »

FJ,

I love your realisitic ones. Seeing Fry and Leela in particular drawn as real humans adds a whole new dimension to their characters. The wedding and Dinner at Alzar's looked incredible. I think that the realistic ones are your strong suit and you should stick to those, not that I am complaining or that I don't like your more cartoonish works. I just feel that your realistic works are your best.

Besides, these people that criticize you wouldn't know great art if it were posted on a Futurama message board
FemJesse

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« Reply #664 on: 09-02-2003 21:09 »

 
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Originally posted by winna:
People hate the realistic stuff  no no?  Your "Dinner At Elzar's" is one of my favorite pics that you made; go figure   roll eyes...  Also the Futurama Park was done pretty well   wink

And to think I was filled with doubt and lonliness when I made that... (mood swings...) 

Eroshka:  I lost the .psd file of the wedding picture when I had to do a destructive rebuild... so I'm not sure if I'll ever make the file available for print.
It would take me a while to rework the jpeg for quality purposes... and my class workload is looking heavy already.  If I make the time for it, I'll inform everyone in my thread, and the Futurama Forever club on Deviantart.
VelourFog

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« Reply #665 on: 09-02-2003 21:23 »

 
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Originally posted by FemJesse:
 I thought it might make more people uncomfortable to see characters that they know "aren't real."
art that makes people uncomfortable? ::shocked::

anyway, I like your realistic style best too. I think it shows far more talent and is more creative since it's something you came up with on your own. But, you should do any style you feel like and not worry about fitting a certain type based on internet people.
Killerfox

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« Reply #666 on: 09-02-2003 21:29 »

wo words: They Rock
and it doesnt matter what anyone else says
Luis

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« Reply #667 on: 09-02-2003 23:59 »

You people really amaze me. i'm just a newbie but i think i have the right to speak my mind so here it goes. I'm one of those people that doesn't like Femjesse's realistic stile, it reminds me of japanese anime (well drawn, not the crappy ones) but i agree it's original and most importantly, i agree that she should draw whatever she wants to, it's her right to express herself freely and people died so she could have it. I'm really surprised by what you tipe in here and hope (i'm not good at getting some jokes)that no one was seriously begging her to stay, and don't get it the wrong way, i like her pics, just not all of them.
evan

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« Reply #668 on: 09-03-2003 00:32 »

Jesse, as your internet friend, I need to tell you this. You really ought to not care what a minority thinks about your work. The majority of PEELers want you to continue, so do it. Not everyone'll be  happy with everything. Those that aren't happy don't have to view it.
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« Reply #669 on: 09-03-2003 01:43 »
« Last Edit on: 09-03-2003 01:43 »

Femjesse your stuff is fantastic, no matter what you do. Be it cartoony, realistic or Vasquez. some people have different tastes and if you go against their taste they complain, where as I always go by the tried and true "Ya ain't gots nothin nice to say keep ya pie hole shut" but that's just me. I have never felt the need. except when people turn to the dark side (If you know what I mean). and even then I try not to be to harsh. If you like the way you draw, great. If someone elese doesn't like the way you draw, who gives a rat's a**? You like realistic style, draw it.
As far as my own personal opinion goes I love the cartoony stuff and I think the realistic stuff (especially the Wedding) are fantastic. Let none dictate your art but your heart.  smile
PCC Fred

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« Reply #670 on: 09-03-2003 05:30 »

 
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Originally posted by FemJesse:
I too would like a good explanation about why some don't really like my realistic style.  I hear from some that it was just too different and far-fetched.

In other words it was so clever it made them feel stupid.  wink
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« Reply #671 on: 09-03-2003 14:14 »

Your Futurama-South Park esque pic is supreme! And also I love your real, and non-realistic stuff  cool
FemJesse

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« Reply #672 on: 09-03-2003 22:14 »

I feel so blue.
The Names Nick

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« Reply #673 on: 09-03-2003 22:32 »

Looks nice. Are you going to paint them now, or is that the finnished product?
Eroshka

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« Reply #674 on: 09-03-2003 22:36 »

Looks great, though I hope you are not having any of that tension you drew.
Wonderbee31

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« Reply #675 on: 09-03-2003 22:38 »
« Last Edit on: 09-03-2003 22:38 »

Nice one Femjesse.  Hope that you feel in the pink later on.  smile
FemJesse

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« Reply #676 on: 09-03-2003 22:48 »
« Last Edit on: 09-03-2003 22:48 »

No... I just wanted to do an underpainting.  *sigh*  I am so blue. 
Mango

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« Reply #677 on: 09-04-2003 00:13 »

 
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Originally posted by Luis:it reminds me of japanese anime .

FUN FACT!
Did you know?  Saying "Japanese Anime" is redundant!  big grin  whoo I'm smart!  Yay me.

Anyway...
I *like* the blue picture!  It's blue.  Blue blue.  Blue sky blue, marine blue blue.  Hail to Carpainter, for he shall cleanse the world with happy, happy blue.  Bluuuueee. *drools*
Beamer

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« Reply #678 on: 09-04-2003 00:34 »

I know this topic's not on this picture now - but I just saw your Futurama/South Park picture on The Leela Zone and I just had to comment. Great job on that - it's nice to see someone put my two favourite shows together in a funny way. Keep it up!  smile

The "Tension" picture's awesome too, I love the blue!
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« Reply #679 on: 09-04-2003 01:15 »

Man, with all these different style's your quite talented.
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