The hell I wouldn`t...
The hell I wouldn`t...
Something I found funny, if you recognize this drawing it's from Luca Cambiaso, note the silly pose in the upper left corner. The second image shows someone who made the same pose with 2 wooden manequins. I think you get a bigger sense now of how silly the pose really is.
Monty Python's Gumby characters make me laugh no matter how many times I've seen the clips...
And my personal favorite....
"WELL...I THINK...uhh...CEMENT...is MORE INTERESTING...THAN PEOPLE THINK!"
Critters! Dinosaurs! Lovecraftian horrors! ~~~~~> My creature sculpting thread!
The Savage Goldfish Blog
"I started to see human beings as little lonesome, water-based pink meat, life forms pushing air through themselves and making noises that the other little pieces of meat seemed to understand."
A bit late for this year, but still useful
the auto-tune remix
Last edited by LORD M; January 5th, 2011 at 12:19 AM.
^ Oh my god, I think I just found the most intelligent YT comment on that video:
Anyone else noticed how the apple logo is the biblical symbol for original sin?
hehe ya beat me to it Slug but here's a new vid
One of many interviews at radio station interview 2 days later:
He had many many job offers at the radio show including a permanent job and house from the Cleveland Cavaliers! (I was unable to listen to the whole show so he may have a number of other awesome job offers!)
Last edited by The7Artist7; January 5th, 2011 at 12:27 PM.
- Sketchbook of the Me type person -
My YouTube channel
SuperHero Challenges 2013 - Everyone welcome!:
Marvel/DC co-op Superhero Challenge Challenge! - Deadline 15th of October 2013!
Possible super-articulated pose ref manikin!
What the hell is with this 9gag site? They're a funny-picture aggregate, great - I have no problem with that, lots of websites do that. Reddit is a major one.
But throwing their watermark on things that aren't theirs? That's bullshit. The problem isn't that images are being rehosted and traffic is being diverted, it's that they're implying a claim to the material, which clearly isn't theirs. They even put watermarks on the comics of smbc, and it's hard for me to comprehend how that is in any way acceptable.
Sega has launched a console in gents toilets across Japan that is controlled by wee. That's right, ur(ine) the controller.
It's only January and we reckon that you won't find a weirder gaming announcement all year. A console that you take a whiz on? Really?
Anyway, how does it work? The system - which isn't actually called the Sega Wee, unfortunately, it's called Toylet - consists of a screen that goes on top of the urinal, which is loaded with four games, and a sensor that goes in the urinal.
"Players" urinate on the sensor, which detects the pressure and angle of the flow. We can't believe we're writing this.
What kind of games are we soaking here? This is where it gets even better:
- 'Mannekin Pis', which challenges you to wee as hard as you can
- 'Graffiti Eraser', which sees players remove paint by weeing on every part of the picture
- 'The North Wind and Her', as poetic as it sounds, is just a classic case of weeing hard enough to increase the strength of the wind and try and blow a girl's skirt up)... finally.
- 'Milk from Nose', our favourite. This pits blokes against each other as they try to wee harder than the chap before them. While you're doing it, for some reason, an on-screen character sprays more milk out of his nose.