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SermonOfMockery

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  1. i'm guessing it was done in japan, but i could be wrong.
  2. http://www.joystiq.com/2007/10/17/capcom-a...reet-fighter-4/ this is incredible stuff- hands down the best watercolor style rendering i've ever seen, even eclipsing psyop's work. love the use of color and subtle, moody palette. anybody know who did it? the camera movements and animation are really great, too.
  3. i would have done the lines in another color, perhaps a unique one for each object- like, say, brown for the monkey, red for a piece of fruit, etc, and with a pencil-like line (like in jj & maithy's Pink Panther spot). i guess it's only a detail, but i feel like it would have made a big difference.
  4. man, i LOVED fruit leather when i was a kid. i didn't know that's what this stuff was. the old man and the monkey are great.
  5. i caught a commercial for these "organic smooshed fruit" snacks during Prison Break this evening- anybody know who did these? http://www.fruitabu.com/ click on "the movement" and then "play video" or whatever- the site is slooooooooooooooow. i wish the line weight wasn't so heavy on the cel shading, but overall i think these spots are great. the character design is top notch, especially the old man that says "fruit to the people!" or whatever. reminds me of the Robear Berbils from Thundercats: http://www.geocities.com/lady1venus4/thund...ds/berbils.html so, who did these? and what's "smooshed fruit"?
  6. fellows- nice job on the naming of this style. i salute you.
  7. yeah... i know he's not there anymore, but i'm imagining erik spiekermann's if someone suggested this direction...
  8. this wasn't a tour, it was just a one-off show at some YMCA in CT. they played with Bold, and Judge was rumored to be playing, but they didn't.
  9. never saw them, but i saw Civ play about 6 GB songs in 95 or 96, it was a lot of fun. never saw YOT, either, but i saw Shelter play a bunch of YOT songs around the same time. well, i saw a YOT reunion in 98 or 99, but that doesn't really count.
  10. is this a joke?! the whole web 2.0 bubble logo thing makes deer heads and growing vines seem positively fresh by comparison. i've never thought adobe had the best identities out there, but as a company that's very close to many parts of design culture, i'm kind of shocked that they would go in such a terrible direction. http://www.brianoberkirch.com/2007/08/14/s...ooshy-logos-20/
  11. you could definitely do this with a shell script in linux or os x... or using cygwin in windows. it would be pretty easy to loop through each line of a text file, see if there's a match in the contents of a directory, and throw and error if there isn't.
  12. i use it... but i'm not quite sure what it's all about... i mean, once you're connected, what do you do?
  13. i don't see why it would be a problem, especially if you're good. some people might disagree with me, but it seems completely reasonable to me.
  14. the old Associates in Science reel was like this... not sure if that's what you were talking about, though. might be on here: http://www.associatesinscience.com/
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