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    Sir, with all due respect, but it occurs that...

    Sir, with all due respect, but it occurs that your lengthy parody might have ceased to be entertaining or interesting. It seems only repetitive noise at this point.
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    There's more work opportunities in 3D. The...

    There's more work opportunities in 3D.



    The "right" answer would probably be - "Nah, why should it set you back? It's a tool for visual communication just the same! ^_^"

    My answer would be -...
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    I don't agree with quite a few "facts" presented...

    I don't agree with quite a few "facts" presented in this discussion (like the "comming iceage", which is due only in about 16k-20k years, while climate change would fry us in a couple of hundred if...
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    As far as controvertial goes... It is overlooked,...

    As far as controvertial goes... It is overlooked, that things like watering down your portfolio and not participating in the gallery based fine art would also hurt your chances of getting certain...
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    Some ideas: 1) digital - using energy, not...

    Some ideas:
    1) digital - using energy, not paper. Easier dissemination as ideas are not tied to a physical object.
    2) once you compare the materials and energy wasted for advertisement with...
  6. Did you see the print test? Does it look green...

    Did you see the print test? Does it look green aswell? Or are you being nervous only based on what you see on your monitor?

    You can't always trust your monitor, especially when it comes to files...
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    Can't recommend anything cartoony, but when it...

    Can't recommend anything cartoony, but when it comes to various unorthodox approaches to visual style in graphic novels, Dave McKean is a gold mine. "Cages" and "Signal to Noise" might interest you,...
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    Before the imminent thread derailing into...

    Before the imminent thread derailing into "modernism sucks!" offtopic...

    What exactly are you looking for?
    Artistic movements, types/forms of expression, history of ideas, genres?

    Because your...
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    Go for it. Try it, and see if it works for you. ...

    Go for it. Try it, and see if it works for you.

    You don't really HAVE to do things only a certain way. You don't really HAVE to shade everything, you don't really HAVE to draw with your main hand,...
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    Dogma and art don't always mix. Don't follow just...

    Dogma and art don't always mix. Don't follow just one person, follow whoever/whatever can teach you things you might find useful. Contradictions between sources are valuable - you get to ask "why",...
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    That's because they are, in a way. RAW formats...

    That's because they are, in a way.

    RAW formats (many different extensions, depending on manufacturer of the device, like .cr2 often used by Canon) are wide-gamut device-dependant floating point...
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    An nobody started going bananas about people who...

    An nobody started going bananas about people who save everything for the web in .png at huge resolutions and expect you to sit for 10minutes waiting till that 20Mb picture loads? (One that would be...
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    I'll just leave this here... ...

    I'll just leave this here...

    http://img3.imageshack.us/img3/2497/sa0083small.jpg
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    Figure out what print shop runs Epson or Canon...

    Figure out what print shop runs Epson or Canon 8-cartridge up to 11-cartridge inkjet printers (my experience is that Epson printers are more reliable (on UltraChrome K3 inks in particular); Canon...
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    This one is not Neutraface, or it would have the...

    This one is not Neutraface, or it would have the trademark sharp N and M and wonky vertical proportions. Although he does use it quite often in other posters, same goes for Futura, also Gill Sans and...
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    SketchBook: Wow, the sketches in ink and the skull (that...

    Wow, the sketches in ink and the skull (that one's graphite, isn't it?) are really really good. The rhythm and vibrancy of the linework work great. It would be nice seeing that quality carry over to...
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    Implying concept art has nothing to do with...

    Implying concept art has nothing to do with generic and banal...
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    That's taking the quote out of context and making...

    That's taking the quote out of context and making it shallow. Vilppu didn't imply this meaning anywhere in his book.
    The principle applies to everything, not just draftsmanship, not just craft,...
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    "There are no rules, only tools." Don't learn...

    "There are no rules, only tools."

    Don't learn rules, learn what they do and how they work, so you can figure out when to apply them and when not to.
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    A business card has to reflect what you are...

    A business card has to reflect what you are doing. Basically, if a person was to take your business card and put it someplace and only find it after 5-10 years, he should remember instantly, who's...
  21. Don't be tempted to drop making comics for a few...

    Don't be tempted to drop making comics for a few years to improve drawing skills, as some have suggested here. That's a very bad thing to do. Not allowing yourself to (atleast attempt to) do what you...
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    A recent, cheap, but good book (2 books,...

    A recent, cheap, but good book (2 books, technically) would be "Art of the 20th Century" by Rhurberg, Schneckenburge, Fricke and Honnef, published by Taschen. I've found it to be quite comprehensive,...
  23. Very good idea. Also, stand up comedians often...

    Very good idea.

    Also, stand up comedians often talk about the little things.

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    It is a photograph of a crucifix in a glass of...

    It is a photograph of a crucifix in a glass of urine. A pretty good photograph, at that. Very iconic. (pun spontaneous)

    As for as OP's rant - it fails to be actually funny by a short margin,...
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    Squeaky-clean vectors. Can't stand them. Can't...

    Squeaky-clean vectors.
    Can't stand them.
    Can't stand even the look of them.
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