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Currently at Radio Ernstiwan:


It is about Horror Punk, starting from The Misfits, then the two samples This is Horror Punk 1&2 which tried to give a good overview of what emerged after the reunion of The Misfits end of the 90ties (without Glen Danzig of course) and after this some random pieces of the genre. To be honest, some psychobilly and othere familiar genres are within this playlist. by Horror Punk & Psychobilly

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Blog it!
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>>35259
It has nothing at all to do with muh hurritage. I'd be a total alien there and the only reason they wouldnt be 100% alien to me is murican cultural imperialism. It doesn't have anything to do with self hate either. I love myself and I love my Constitution and freedom. The problem is a majority of America doesn't and they're as much alien to me at this point as any European would be. The difference is I at least would finally be able to escape from this dystopian shithole.
>would be better
It quantifiably would be in many other countries. I read something interesting about how many people escaping from sick cultures can become normalized again and that it is difficult not to succumb to warped group and cultural norms for most people so basically you remove the individual from the sick society you cure the individual. I can't find it right now but hopefully I'll find the article later.
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>>35242
Most alcoholics like it because it has a good price-to-alcohol ratio, and is odourless.
You can suck a cup dry, and then kiss somebody after, they wouldn't know you had any alcohol.
Most alcoholics here do what the Belarusernst said. They double down on their drinking to postpone the hangover indefinitely, whether it be through drinking that last few sips of beer from the bottom of the cans from yesterday night's drinking, or by simply going to the store and buying a small bottle of "Flavoured Alcoholic Drink* and chugging it down before work.
A lot of shops have those tiny, empty bottles lying about every morning. City slang calls them "Rockets" or "Workman's Grenade".
I guess what I was on about is that I don't recall an alcoholic ever giving a shit about hangover. By the time they reach the point of no return, they aren't going to care anyway. That's why they don't drink anything resembling a proper alcoholic drink any more, just fake-brandies that are nothing but flavoured ethanol.
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I quite enjoy my life but Christmas frightens me. I may have developed a Christmas phobia and I'm not joking, it's a real phobia, I can't stand it. I usually go on vacations from the 23rd of December to the 5th of January but my wife forced me to spend christmas and N Year's Eve with her family last year and it would be an understatement to say I am not comfy with doing this again
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Today was good. Read a few pages about Elizabethan theatre and also took some notes.

I had a coffee and listened to a few John Coltrane albums while reading.
After finishing reading, I started having feverish daydreams about learning ancient Greek again, and it's killing me.
Though I recently realised, that even I were born a hundred years earlier, I still wouldn't know Greek or Latin, because I would have been a peasant living in Southern Hungary speaking either German or Hungarian. (Maybe both.)
I want everything. I want to learn Chinese too. My remaining two life goals. To learn Chinese and ancient Greek.
You know what, I'm going to practice German today. I'll read a Kafka short story and look up every single word I don't know.
Holy shit I'm mad. That coffee made my fucking blood boil. I have no reaction image that'd express the kind of anger I'm feeling.

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Old thread >>27969 is kill, this is the new Radio Ernstiwan thread. A few things happened since the last thread: The record of concurrent listeners has been pushed to a whopping 18 by /b/-based host chvk. On /int/ we had our very first call-in show, and subsequently our first caller ever. To everyone's surprise, that worked almost without any technical issues. Our hoster is doing a good job as far as I can tell, until now I couldn't find even a single issue with our server. Frontpage integration is also complete, which makes it a lot easier to notice when a stream is on, thanks again to Ernstadmin for his work!

The radio is available here: http://radio.ernstchan.xyz:8000/
Connection data for the public stream: see pic 3. See also the beautifully crafted pic 4 for additional details.

For now we have the following recurring streams:
/int/: Album of the week stream, every Saturday at 18:00GMT+2
/b/: Prostmusik with chvk, usually on Friday 20:00GMT+2, and Kosmonauten every 2nd Thursday (may vary) 20:00GMT+2

Also there are lots of spontaneous streams. If you want to participate either as listener or as streamer and have trouble setting everything up, just ask, there are plenty of people around who have a working setup and can help you out. There is also a howto page on the radio main page, which might answer your questions.

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No. 35300 Kontra
Here we go, let's see if it works out
https://poll.fm/10474094
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No. 35301
>>35299
>lots of lost gems there.
Agreed, and this album is a great example. I remember several of the singles, but had never listened to the whole thing. It was solid straight through.

>>35300
I like this idea, and cast my vote. Be warned, I don't give out 5's easily :D.
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No. 35302
>>35299
Ok, voted.

As for the stream, it will be something very different. It is about Horror Punk, starting from The Misfits, then the two samples This is Horror Punk 1&2 which tried to give a good overview of what emerged after the reunion of The Misfits end of the 90ties (without Glen Danzig of course) and after this some random pieces of the genre. To be honest, some psychobilly and othere familiar genres are within this playlist.

You have been warned.

And since I stram on various radios, I will not conceal I will send on RfK as well. Hope my upload capacities can handle this without too many crackles in the connection.

PS: Those captchas are horrible. Just needed 15 Minutes typing in the correct one and the server refusing to accept them. So this is the true reason for the low post frequency.
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>>35301
>Be warned, I don't give out 5's easily :D.
Me neither. Still voted four, since I really liked it. But I needed to save the max vote for Piece of Mind :D

>>35302
>And since I stram on various radios, I will not conceal I will send on RfK as well
Don't worry, this has never been a problem with other hosts, and I don't think it ever will be a problem. It's not about where people come from or what they are doing elsewhere, it's about what people are doing here. You are very welcome to stream here!

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How are you celebrating the holidays this year?

Have you bought gifts yet, or do you even usually buy gifts?

Also, Internet advent calendar for Ernst:

http://www.kissakalenteri.fi/
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>>35287
>Will you become the baby's godfather or something similar? Anyway, I'd imagine your cousin would be overjoyed if you asked if they need help with the baby supplies.
Godfather? Unlikely, because he knows that I am a staunch atheist and that I dislike all that religious bullcrap. He is not exactly super religious himself, so there is a possibility that he won't baptize the kid at all. As for helping with baby stuff, if I suggested something like that, it would be so out-of-character for me, that he would be thoroughly weirded out :-DDDDD It's better that I leave picking presents to my mother, and I can help indirectly by supplying her with money for that purpose.
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>>35291
None of that is a problem. All you need is a ski mask and a good shot, and the ski mask won't be conspicuous because it's winter in Finland right now. I don't speak Finnish so tell the other Finns what to do.
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This year I'm doing Christmas with the girlfriend and her flatmates. It's going to feel very patriarchal being the only lad but, unfortunately, I've talked a big game so I'm now also cooking Christmas dinner. Oh, you're damn right I've been practising when there's a greater-than-zero but obviously still zero chance of having a three-way with one of her housemates HO-HO-HO! *<:^)

The day after boxing day I'm heading to my hometown to see a friend I haven't seen for nearly 5 years and then my mother has organised some family gathering for her birthday. It's all gotten very expensive with presents and I've yet to do any shopping.

>>35291
Fly into it with a drone carrying fire.

t.shutter-downer of airports
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No. 35303
>>35287
>That's a very nice present, did he wish for it?
Yea, he like Hodorovsky, like such comicbooks in general and I think big real paper edition of it would be awesome present for him.

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I didn't really want to start thread with topic and just wanted to post in news thread but I guess this is the only sensible place
https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/mbmkz8/us-military-could-collapse-within-20-years-due-to-climate-change-report-commissioned-by-pentagon-says
So apparently DoD is saying that they anticipate climate change being so extreme, so soon, as to have catastrophic consequences within the next 20 years up to and including the total collapse of the US military in its ability to respond to threats and collapse of US infrastructure.

This worries me especially because I've already had multiple blackouts this year. Has anyone else experienced this? And no I don't live in California either

https://www.newsday.com/news/nation/california-blackouts-pg-e-wildfires-1.38002646

https://www.msn.com/g00/en-us/weather/topstories/california-faces-strongest-winds-in-a-decade-as-blackout-spreads/ar-AAJvqzA?i10c.ua=2&i10c.encReferrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuYmluZy5jb20v&i10c.dv=15

Hey guys, why do we keep losing power?
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No. 35255
>>35246
>Robbery suspects
>Hostage
>Bystander
"Victory achieved"
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No. 35257
>>35246
>>35252
Police should have never had unions. If these fucks don't get prosecuted, the least that needs to happen is they never walk around with a badge and gun again.
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No. 35277
>>35252
American's give an entirely new meaning to the term, butter fingers.
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>>35277
? I don't get this joke

Anyway this is a pretty big deal
https://www.bing.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/science-environment-50690995
If the oceans collapse it's going to directly and indirectly kill off countless land species up to and including an accelerated mass extinction event involve man as the atmospheric oxygen levels plummet. This is because something ridiculous like 50-70% of earth's breathable oxygen is generated by phytoplankton. So while we have that corrupt criminal Bolsonaro burning down the rainforests and doing an utterly absurd comedy routine where he blames his own crimes on Leonardon DiCaprio, the oxygen generated in and by oceans can also collapse. The ocean is already turning into a desert. I can't help but keep getting this really eerie feeling that we as civilians haven't even got a clue just how bad things actually are right now. It's even harder to know because the White House keeps censoring climate reports for some reason.

On an unrelated note I just found out at the pet store the other day that they lost power at some point. All throughout my area we keep losing power in spots all over the place and I started noticing it this summer. My town didn't lose power but the next one over did briefly apparently. I have no idea exactly why it keeps happening but the only thing more eerie than it is the fact I feel like I'm in Invasion of the Body Snatchers and everyone's just walking around like drones with nobody noticing anything at all, not the constant abnormal cuts in power all over the place, not the weather, not the noticeable loss of species, not anything. It's like they're all just these, well thoughtless NPCs glued to their TVs or iPhones or whatever. Or like I'm in They Live.

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Let's discuss non-electronic gaming. Would prefer it not just bog down in chess and go with nothing else, but we'll see. I know we had at least one German here who played the Dark Eye.

Useful links:
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/

Decent place to pick up .pdf files legally. Also some print on demand. Surprisingly, it's also pretty easy to sift out the average to bad stuff that exists on it.

https://thetrove.net/

Great resource. Doesn't have everything, but has most relevant things with some notable exceptions, like GURPS 4e. Mostly exists because those that actually have the power to enforce C&Ds recognise the usefulness of having the first sample free, and the rest either don't care or are out of business or the files are out of date editions .

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>>35276
>also the cold-ish war between the United Nations and Tau Ceti Collective is one of the main conflicts of the Dark Stars setting, though I forgot that it's not really touched on in the Bodycount book, hence why that last part might have seemed out of place

That explains it. I was trying to look up the name of a corporation you droppend in the PDF but didn't find anything.

Will there be a write-up of this session like last time? I enjoyed that a lot.
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No. 35282
>>35280
Yeah, I'll try and put it up tomorrow. I might also stitch together some lore from the Dark Stars book to help out some.
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No. 35283 Kontra
>>35282
In short though, the UN society is a well-meaning but hopelessly inefficient bureaucracy that has ceded lots of local authority to turbocapitalism, while the Collective is an AI-oriented post-scarcity Communist society that is starting to figure out that they aren't actually post scarcity, and are getting into scuffles and imperialism-lite because of it.
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No. 35286
>>35275
>>35276
There's actually many parametric character creators out there, both 2D and 3D.
Although they tend to be a bit basic, and geared toward a particular cartoony style (intended for 3D printing and making into tokens, so they have to be pretty chunky), so if you want something more unique or to put them into a unique pose, I guess you'll have to get actual 3D animation software. Or hire an illustrator :-DDDD. Of course there's also professional stuff like Poser and plenty of alternatives to that as well.

OR you could be a cheeky cunt and use modded Skyrim as a character generator. God knows there's an endless supply of mods to tune it exactly how you want :-DDDD

Now that made me think. There must be a market for custom 3D character portraits and printable figure for tabletop nerds. Might be an interesting hobby + income if you're into 3D stuff.

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I think we could use a thread for community events besides Radio Ernstiwan, but in the same spirit.

On that subject, tomorrow at 12pm noon Pacific Time (9pm in Central Europe), I will set up a room in cytube so that we can view documentaries and have serious discussions about them. All suggestions for quality documentaries on Youtube and Vimeo are appreciated, but if possible I encourage you to find a documentary relating to your home country, region, or city. For now we're stuck with hosted videos, but once we figure out a scheme for streaming from hard drive, we'll move over to that.

Ideally, this will be a weekly thing. If Saturdays at 12:00 Pacific/21:00 Central Europe don't work for you, tell us what time does work, so that we can schedule a better time next week.

Currently on Saturday's playlist:
A quaint piece of 1960s Americana, in the form of a charmingly optimistic documentary about my hometown in particular, and the problem of urban sprawl in general. Might be followed up by Fresno: The City Addicted to Crystal Meth.

If the list runs out, I know a few channels with a lot of really good content that we'll never exhaust.
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No. 35264 Kontra
>>35263
Well, that was not the intended image, but I guess it works.
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No. 35268
I would personally enjoy that. As I think I have noted elsewhere, back when a certain place both lived and was good and kinda like this place, we used to get together and do things like watch movies and major events and political debates of each other's countries in shared chats. I liked that time. And no, I am not going to go on Discord. I forget the name of what the streaming was back then but it was awesome. Oh and the "think I have noted elsewhere" was watching movies with people online including Tokyo Gore Police that I managed to hop in and watch the second half twice, thinking the whole movie was funny like that and thinking it'd be great to watch with my gf.

I no longer remember what it was about or anything about the earlier scenes I just know it was the one moment in my life I sat in awkward and painful silence next to a woman for an hour and it was awful.
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No. 35284
Well, there's the Ernst steam group for some fun multiplayer games with and against Ernst.
Currently focused on 2 or 3 people who play CSGO but other people and games are welcome.

https://steamcommunity.com/groups/ernstglobalgaming
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No. 35285
Would a 8-minute timelapse of Helsinki fit somewhere?

>A Year in Helsinki
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjMV3cu4tX8

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Nu half life anounsed but nobody cares because it's VR edition.
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Welp I think it is time to wrap up my WOTC campaign today. There's just no sense in trying to drag it out anymore and besides which I've got so many massive amounts of other games to play or finish playing it's incredible. I can't believe how much time I've wasted on games or could waste. I hope I don't regret it in the future as lost hours of my life when I was younger.

At any rate it's truly incredible how much time it has taken me just to beat only a few titles since the summer or even play any of them, half of which I probably only got like partway or halfway through before getting bored or restless and switching to a new game. I've actually made it into like a chore at this point just trying to beat my own ADD and learn to focus and be disciplined and driven enough just to beat one game and slowly get through them all like it's another job, including my new DLCs.

XCOM2 somehow manages to be a real joy to play and I guess kinda challenges my opinionated view that games are art and a game should be made with a truly great story and atmosphere--well know it really does need good gameplay. I've actually ended up with a bunch of titles I've already beaten I'm playing again because the DLC isn't an expansion.

I've come to hate that. Why should you even add a new area to the same game? Just release it as an actual expansion or expand on it to make a second title, not just unlock some newer area or a new character for the main game. It pisses me off because it means either you pay some ridiculous fee for a game you're not even sure you're going to like that much, or you end up having to beat the same massive campaign yet again only with a twist and some different characters and mechanics, which I guess is okay for XCOM2 just because it's such a great game by its own I can and did beat it numerous times but not for such a fucking slog as Pillars of Eternity that it's actually a chore to play again. Tyranny's DLC actually is pretty notorious for this where you can play the campaign again and barely even notice some of the changes which just appear to be some things originally intended for the base game that got left out for some reason. What kind of fucking shit is that? Why release this bullshit as costly DLC rather than making it into the base game as a director's cut or something?

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Bingeplayed through Diablo 2 campaign on Normal, about to hit level 30. Amazon with Poison/Plague Javs.
I wanted to stop after Act 4 but ended up pushing through and now it's 2 am. Haven't had such a long gaming session in a while. Also it was curious to see which aspects of the game I remembered well(some of the map layouts) and which not so much(runewords).
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>>35267
There's not much point in remembering runewords, because there is a fuckton of them anyway. I usually only remember some low-level ones, like Steel (Tir+El), Strength (Amn+Tir), Nadir (Nef+Tir), and higher-level ones I look up in the Internet, like here, for example: http://dclone.eskysse.com/rwcalc.php.

>Amazon with Poison/Plague Javs
Trying out weird builds? I tried making a melee Amazon (was pretty decent early on in the game) and melee Necromancer (sucked hard) once, and I have an urge to give a Berserk Barbarian a go someday.
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Finished the Reach campaign on Legendary. Not for everyone. I'd say that the game doesn't lie when it says Heroic is how the game is meant to be played. That difficulty is difficult but fair. Legendary forces you to cheese the game if you want to survive. It isn't designed to be fair. Not going to go higher though, LASO (Legendary All Skulls On) is just frustrating and SLASO (Solo Legendary All Skulls On) is suicide inducing levels of frustrating.

Overall though it's a pretty well presented affair with bucketloads of atmosphere. Starts off a bit ominous, building into a coordinated counterattack with a hopeful feel followed by its failure and then the slow collapse of resistance until you're just trying to help isolated units get civilians and important assets off world before it gets glassed. Bungie really nailed it when they designed the feel of the original Halo series.

unironic teabagging and grifball in multiplayer has also been a massive nostalgia trip, dog I can't wait for Halo 3 multiplayer to come out, that shit is going to be insane

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Post your artwork, discuss, give critique in this thread.

Useful books and resources (mega dump):
https://mega.nz/#F!vp5hQCbQ!oCNGOUgaVeK1pHs3qasJDQ!uwJTnKiY

Personal recommendations
Anatomy and construction:
Michael Hampton - Figure Drawing - Design and Invention
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=8993727FB63B9349CA089098ADEC9281
Painting:
Richard Schmidt - Alla Prima; Everything I Know About Painting
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=51C45D10C094E67A426FE83C29F9E879
Perspective:
Joseph D'Amelio - Perspective Drawing Handbook
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/book/index.php?md5=D78225B034921F940DCA7EB75FA22EFD

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>>34855
Portaits. I see you're jumping right back into the hard stuff :D. Good bone structure, if you just soften up the edges to add a few years/pounds you'd nail the likeness.
I know what you mean about finishing, and moving on to the next subject. I had the idea to set an arbitrary, but rigid, schedule, and post results no matter how bad they were. Something like Inktober, with a set goal/finish point. I lacked the confidence to do it, though. I guess you guys were the real winners there, since you dodged a lot of bad drawings :^D.

I really think this style suits my natural tendencies. Just need to figure out a decent way to handle buildings; vectors are too rigid, and hand-drawn lines are too inconsistant. These are drawn with vectors and a perspective guide, which I then traced over freehand. So, sort of splitting the baby down the middle. I've done that a few times now. Just need more practice, I suppose.
I'd also like to do something like this on a large sheet of heavy-weight paper. I don't know why, but large scale drawings have always facinated me. I did try that other "Selfie" one on paper, but had to bail when I messed it up(and finished it as a digital drawing).
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>>34913
I've been ashamed of my poor portrait skills for a while, so I've decided to confront the issue head-on (lol) and do nothing but portraits for a while. It will look mediocre and disappointing for a while, and there's always the temptation to slip back into my comfort zone of playing with color, but you gotta systematically attack your weaknesses if you want to get anywhere. Also, there's a bit of a portrait industry in Almaty, which might be a decent source of income. But you have to be able to capture a subject's likeness in a flattering way to get in on that. The latter especially being a problem, since there's too much of a temptation to focus on interesting quirks of the facial anatomy, which gives more interesting results, but might offend the client :-DDDD.

I think cityscapes match really well with the sense of dynamism and motion you like to portray in your drawings. Extreme perspectives on rigid objects let you seamlessly integrate scenery and composition. I've always liked Todd McFarlane's Spiderman stuff, because of how nicely the overhead view frames the figure, with perspective lines guiding you straight to the center of attention.
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No. 35215
I used the grid method to sketch this >>34913 onto a sheet of 22"x22" paper. I just did the general outline, and still have to work in the details. We'll see how it goes ¯\(ツ)/¯.

>>34915
So there are potential dollars at the end of this road :DD. Nice.
You know one thing that always struck me when applying for jobs, is the question of why anyone would hire one guy over another. What can any specific candidate offer to stand out? Usually not much. But in art, every portfolio is different. Every artist has a chance to separate himself from the field in a tangible way. Even in portraiture-where the goal is a likeness-there is still a lot of room to incorporate style and individual flair.
When confronted with an interesting facial quirk, I guess you just have to find the line where portraits become caricatures, and then not cross it :D.

>McFarlane
Excellent taste.
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Another study.
This time, a painting. Doing several studies of the same material seems like a good way to have more well rounded practice. Pencil line work vs ink vs painting are significantly different approaches with different ways to convey form, and lighting, and doing different studies of the same material might teach you not only how to do those better individually, but how the different approaches relate to each other as well, how differently or similarly they convey the same idea, etc.

Again lost some of the likeness along the way (especially the fat), and the face seems a bit "floaty" (always a problem in painting vs drawing), but again I will resist the temptation to polish a turd, and move on. Also, I'm pretty much mentally exhausted by now, so I'll probably make it even worse.

Colors are also a bit uninteresting, and the whole thing is a bit too "clean", but that's what you get when trying to closely match a reference image.

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Forgive me if one is already present in the catalogue, I'm sober and high on sleep deprivation.

What's your favorite drugs, my dudes?
I'm all about psychedelics every other full moon, with the odd time of weed now and then. NZ has very dear grass prices, with a gram of indoor or outdoor going for twenty NZD and ounces going anywhere from 200 (with the right connect) to 500, while usually hovering around 300 for an "ounce".

I have dabbled with opiates and they're a rare commodity on these islands. Thankfully the Chinese gold miners left heaps of opium poppies around their claims, so later this summer I'm going a hunting for poppies.
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No. 35216
Freshman year of college I used Copenhagen long cut for a while because my roommate got me into dip. It’s nice but loses its appeal when your gums start to get sore.
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No. 35253
>>35216
You know I had no idea at all that so many young people actually used the stuff. Back in my day nobody ever did. Who the fuck are these people anyway? Are they like jocks or something? Because it seems to me like there's this whole crowd of people in their 20s who do this stuff and I never did and no one I know ever did. The most any of us ever tried was snus and usually that was just a to try it kinda thing.
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No. 35254
>>35253
He was what we sometimes call a “Guindian” here in NJ (portmanteau of guido and Indian). Which is to say he was a Punjabi guy from an affluent family who acted like a white frat guy.
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>>35254
Ah I know the type funny enough. Also funnily enough I know the kind of affluent Pakistani guy who acts like this real sauve cultured badass indistinguishable from Westerners but my god how he acted when he had his parents visit was hilarious. He was pretty cool even though he really had a thing for portraying himself as this amoral mix between like a James Bond villain and James Bond himself but I've never seen a man look so uptight and brow beaten like an obedient child than when that man was walking around campus with his well to do Pakistani parents who were visiting directly from Pakistan.

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There is some strange shit going on western net media. A new trend of mindless reactionary views have grown. A lot of gomophobic and anti progress statements are made. When the increse in xenophobia is logical, the reactionary traditionalis shitstorm I could not explain. So why you westerners starts to like this traditionaly rectionary shit ?
P.S. I'm a proxie slav
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No. 21064 Kontra
>There is some strange shit going on western net media. A new trend of mindless reactionary views have grown.

Sounds like a mindless conspiracy theory to me
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No. 34896
>>21057
They were never shat on by the left. They have a worse persecution complex than the absolute worst dumb ghetto banger. Most of these men are lower middle class or something. A lot of them are not the actual working poor. This is different from rednecks. Rednecks aren't the alt tards. Like that guy who went Jihadi on that woman in Carolina he wasnt anywhere near lower middle class even. He had a nice new car and a nice cushy very middle class life. These are people suffering from perpetual butthurt and the exact opposite of true conservatives who fucking hate people with a victim complex as I do as well. You're talking about the kind of guys who actually were rich enough that had they been born in the 80s they'd have grown up with a SEGA Genesis and Nintendo. They're butthurt because they actually have to work hard for things like a girlfriend and a nice car rather than having the world handed to them on a golden platter because they're butthurt that that silver platter they got handed wasn't nice enough.

People like that Gentleman don't do this because "the left" shits on them. He wasnt even an unattractive guy. He had a nice new car. He had no legitimate reason to be butthurt. Like I didnt get all the girls I asked out either but I kept working at it and eventually did. I never would've been given a car even a shitbox growing up. Going on a homicidal rampage because the left makes fun of your privilege only exemplifies their point that you're just being a whiny entitled asshole and many Conservatives and myself as well fucking hate whiny entitlement.

The real reason for all this is because the global corporate empire has great use of these people as useful idiots. Bolsonaro is a classic example as is Boris Johnson and Trump. None of these guys has any idea what being a poor working class white person even looks like but they're damn sure of what kind of threat we all are if we turned against them and listened to the left. They also know what kind of an even more massive threat the middle class is to them and their wealth and privilege and power if they too became sympathetic to the plight of the poor working class, so they drum up all this hysteria to solidify their positions in society and negate the threat that any real left poses, and meanwhile the same internationalist corporate clique has spent the last several decades working hard to utterly destroy the left from within and theyve largely succeeded by turning it in the universities and in public life into some Starbucks frappe iCrap using faggot who whinges about cis privilege instead of addressing any real and substantial issues. It's kind of a sub genius plan when you think about it.
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No. 34897 Kontra
>>21064
Oh yeah and I also forgot it's also part of a Russian plan and to an extent Chinese plan to divide and undermine the West from within by drumming up lots of hardline identitarian bullshit. Our intelligence agencies have already proven at least Russia's involvement and Russia for their part don't even conceal this intent. I remember some video where on a Russian news program a guy is talking about encouraging the refugee crisis in Germany and creating lots of hysteria around it and division throughout Europe to "push the knife into Germany's back." That is why they were so happy about bankrolling all these nationalist movements throughout Europe and creating skepticism towards the EU including people like Le Pen and Farage because they wanted to weaken and break up the EU. Russia has largely succeeded in this because they also now have Trump turning the USA towards an isolationist outlook while abandoning our allies all over the world with the strong exception of Israel and Saudi Arabia thus ensuring that Russia can continue to meddle in the affairs of Europeans totally unopposed by the Americans.
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No. 35234
>>34896
>>34897
>These are people suffering from perpetual butthurt and the exact opposite of true conservatives who fucking hate people with a victim complex as I do as well.

Since when did you care what right-wingers think?

Also, why did you bump such an ancient thread?