True art guys
True art guys
This is one of the greatest things I've ver watched.
Dude’s not painting loud enough.
He needs some coaching…
AHHH! screamed, would require red paint.
AHHH! in yellow paint, would have to be sung.
That’s my synesthetic analysis.
Last edited by bill618; December 18th, 2012 at 01:39 PM.
And uh, how exactly is that guy a martial artist?
"Work for your self first. You can paint best the things you like or the things you hate. You cannot paint well when indifferent.
Express a mental opinion about something you are sensitive to in life around you. There is a profound difference between sensitivity and sentimentality."
~ John Sloan Gist of Art
Look! How infinitely high his level was! There're extremely few human beings can match his skills for sure, this is an absolute truth, so please don't argue with me on this statistics. I guess most of you would meditate in your hearts that this is madness and incuralbe brain injury. No, it is not! He's using the sonic wave tool of human body. You have to roar with a voice at this tone and volume to get the perfect sonic waves of infrasonic and ultrasonic for affecting your paints effectively correctly and perfectly. By operating this tool so precisely like this, you can command your paints in the deep layer of molicuel level. Moreover, you can communicate with your paints and listen to what they are thinking and what their cherished desires are, thus you can get to be really intimate and work harmoniously together. The major importance of this trick is to make the paints automatically ajust on the strokes to be exactly the way you want. It can hugely fix your lack of painting skills. Look over what he painted, this video is not very close and clear though, if you get the original painting, you must be shocked on how perfect it is. So, everybody, please experience its essence very carefully and humbly, and practice on it. This skill will be helpful tremendously in your career.
Bill678 at #4 obviously didn't get it. The loudest volume like how that soilder was making doesn't mean it's precisely effective for paints. He he. You're too young, dear bill618.
That lady at #5 showed another highest level. It's on the psychology end. If you ask me to sing in this melody and lyrics so well and seriously in public, I will surely pond vastly with my sweating. However, she was so calm, leisure and affective. It seems she was intoxicated into her performing and enjoyed it very much in an unmatchable mannar. The greatest singer I've ever seen.
Sadly Van Damme has been remarkably silent while fighting in his films lately. That's a falling behind.
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Oh this is going to be great. I wake up to this. Gonna grab some popcorn even though I don't like popcorn that much.
Dammit I missed out and I don't think I've seen bcarman that excited about anything since I've been a member here.
Hooray for Psychotime!
I am surprised at the chirping crickets here. No one has anything to say about someone saying that John Lennon is a dimmer light than Yoko? Or the sonic wave as artistic tool? Very disappointed.
Is it really worth commenting on? A lot of the bullshit that gets thrown around here is about as worthwhile to me as screaming at paint would be.
For a while we had a pretty good sense of what art was, it seemed like something we could easily draw a circle around. Then Andy Warhol just drew a soup can and we were like, "Yeah, okay, that's clever, I guess. We can count that." And then Pollock started just fucking dripping paint on canvas at random and bros were like, "Well, I guess we can call that art too," but they started shifting uncomfortably in their seats, because they saw the floodgates starting to open. Suddenly some assholes started literally smearing shit on things and going, "What about this?! Why isn't this art?" If you've ever seen a thing in a museum and gone, "THAT'S not art..." then you've had exactly the reaction the artist wanted you to have, and his entire point is, "Oh yeah? Who gets to say?"
But again, 'art' is probably one of those words we all know how to use but can't conclusively define. As the Supreme Court said about another important subject, "We can't define it, but we know it when we see it." When you look at a shit-smeared statue and go, "That isn't art!" if the artist says, "Oh? How do you know?" All you can do is throw up your hands - "Fuck you, it just obviously isn't! C'mon! That's not even close to what we mean when we say, 'art'! We mean a certain thing, and that's just not that thing!"
"Astronomy offers an aesthetic indulgence not duplicated in any other field. This is not an academic or hypothetical attraction and should require no apologies, for the beauty to be found in the skies has been universally appreciated for unrecorded centuries."
Last edited by untier; December 21st, 2012 at 03:24 AM.
Look, everybody is kneeling to her... Or are they struggling to stand up? ... 0_o!
The truths. Please go over what I instructed above. Yeah~ You see them. As for the super stimulants, weren't you stimulated to be hurt, while you're watching those simulating videos? Um.
Untier, if nothing else, your posts are definitely not boring. That last one actually made me laugh...
These boards sure have gotten calm. There was a time when if someone had said that essentially Yoko was better than John that there would have been torches lit and a grand chasing of the monster by the collective village. But now we get a few shoulder shrugs. Chalk it up to the kindness of the holiday season.
That's my new ringtone.
Phone:"AHHHHH! AHHHHHHH! AHHHHHHHH!"
Twinkle, twinkle little star
I don't wonder what you are
For by spectroscopic ken
I know that you are hydrogen - Ian D.