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Journal Entry: Mon Nov 10, 2014, 4:11 AM

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So yeah, life has been keeping me away from here for some time now. Although I do get a chance to catch up and keep tabs on what's happening thanks to my smart phone and the interwebs.

Been getting some weird comments recently though. Something along the lines of "I approve of your technique. You are worthy of drawing [insert fanfic Marie Sue* character name here]." or "OMG i really like [insert existing TF character name] in the show but if my OC character had been there back then, he/she would have done so much better and won the day and everything. And your art is great BTW!"


I won't go in to how these usually make me feel (makes me laugh) and the answers I give (if any), but these seem to be on the rise. Or maybe it's just me. :shrug:

At any rate, catch you all on the flip side!

* : In fan fiction, a Mary Sue is an idealized character, often but not necessarily an author insert.

  • Mood: Sunny Mood
  • Listening to: Music
  • Reading: up on stuff
  • Watching: To many things to list
  • Playing: Music
  • Eating: What I need to survive
  • Drinking: Tea


Gone today. Elsewhere tomorrow.
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I Speak French by ClockworkStampsJe suis un québécois juste assez bizarroïde qui, de temps à autre, se retrouve avec trop de temps libres et un débordement d'imagination généralement trop important pour ma propre santé mentale; le tout se terminant généralement par la genèse de petits dessins reproduisant des personnages de bonhommes animés. Ou bien quelconque autre lubie du moment qui me passe par la tête. Ouais... ^^;

Si quelqu'un réussit à comprendre la personne que je suis, il/elle obtiendra un biscuit pour son travail. :cookie: En admettant que quelqu'un n'aille mieux à faire avec les vingt prochaines années de sa vie. Petit rappel, il se pourrait que le biscuit ne soit plus très frais rendu à ce point là. Juste comme ça en passant. Hé hé. :D


I Speak English by ClockworkStampsI'm just this Quebecer guy who, once in a while, gets to have to much time on his hands, always has way to much imagination for his own good and nothing better to do with all of it other than create miniature replicas of cartoon characters. Or whatever spur of the moment thing my brain latches on to. Yeah... ^^;

If you can figure me out you get a cookie. :cookie: That is, if you have twenty years in front of you and nothing better to do with 'em. Incidentally, the cookie might have gone stale by then. Just a thought. Heh. :D



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flippytiger Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the :llama:!! :la:
ZacAvalanche Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014  Student General Artist
:llama:  Captain Jean-Luc Picard by ZacAvalanche
Dragobyte Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much for the information about sushi-formers!
GojiraFan96 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014
As a *considerably* less experienced TF pixelist, I gotta ask a question about a problem i run into a lot- do you ever completely finish a sprite, and then realize it is much too big for the toy/character it represents? Maybe it's just my lack of planing ahead, but usually if this happens, I have to copy said sprite into MS word (to more steadily minimize it then paint allows) and then paste it back into paint. I was just curious if you ran into this problem too, and if you knew of any G1 and/or Unicron Trilogy Size Charts. Thanks A million, Goji 
SigmaCore Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No, not in many, many years. I use a size class based system for my sprites, and have now for years transposed existing toy size classes onto my sprite size classes. Only some characters I automatically do in specific size classes whatever the original toy size (Generation Laser Prime I did as a 'mega-sized' sprite even though it should have been a 'deluxe/standard' one. MS Word? Never used it.

As for charts, I have no idea if any exist outside of what Google returns for G1. UT stuff seems a tad more difficult to find. My suggestion: make your own chart on what seems and looks good to you through trial and error and go with that. That's what I did over time.
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