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    Talking Art

    Was sent this.
    It's all about some Korean guy bringing traditional works of art to life.
    Must've taken ages to do.

    http://english.ntdtv.com/ntdtv_en/ns...588513430.html

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    That's so cool!

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    Creepy. I liked Holbein's Ambassadors demonstrating the anamorphis, though.


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    Good way to expose some classical art to the little ones, I guess. I wonder how interactive it really is.

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    Wonder what the kids would make of Goya's Satan Devouring His Children.

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    That's not satan! That's Saturn.

    If the literature is correct, we're still waiting on Satan's first child to come up here and tear it up.

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    Oops! Another spelling mistake. Have you seen my brain recently?

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    Whoa, Mona Lisa has Gumby man-hands.

    The statues naturally lend themselves a lot better to 3d, you just can't quite match the nuances of paintings with polygons. Loved the winged samothrace, that would make for one bad-ass game character.

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    I'd like to talk to Jesus in the last supper painting

    me: "so Jesus, you're not mad at Judas for betraying you or anything?"

    Jesus: "nah I kinda saw it coming. Besides it was essential for the whole belief system, martyrdom and all that"

    me: "oh well, that's good that you don't hold a grudge I mea-"

    Jesus: "the Romans can go eat a dick though"

    me: "WOAH. WOW. I gotta be honest Jesus it's weird to hear you saying that kinda stuff"

    Jesus: "you saw the fucking Mel Gibson movie didn't you? they whipped me like a million times and kept making me fall down and carry that heavy cross to my own execution, you'd think that'd be enough to get some small amount of respect from 'em right? But no, they nailed me to some wood and stabbed me with a spear. And that fucking crown of thorns was just the icing on the dickhole cake"

    me: "okay man, just calm down Jesus, I'm sorry I brought it up"

    Jesus: "yeah, yeah man it's cool I just get worked up when I think about it, you know how it is"

    me: "oh well, at least you're not mad at Judas for putting you through all that"

    Jesus: "yeah well he hung himself after that, and the other disciples made sure to put in the Bible that he crapped all over himself when he died, so I figure we're even. Besides, Judas is a bed wetter"

    Judas: "I AM NOT"

    Jesus: "he's very ashamed"

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    I think that's very interesting! It's another innovation in art. And it reminds me of Harry Potter

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