Location: The Hamptons, bragging 'bout what I make
Joined Apr 28, 2011 at 08:41PM EDT
>mfw voice actors are cooperative, timely and seem genuinely interested in the project, and I have some delicious juice to go along with it
Two days to get two female voice actors? That’s a new personal best!
“At long last, I have found the long-lost temple of the Blue Screen! Legend states that the Aboriginal Ausmareians of old worshipped this deity as the god of death. Deciphering this ancient riddle will reveal to me the treasure inside. The riddle states, ‘>2013 >not wanted to ____ BSoD…’ What could the solution be?”
>inb4 I actually end up doing that
I spent like two months searching for voice actors for Heartbreaker, and ended up settling on, let’s be honest here, a fairly mediocre Rainbow Dash, and the day after I post the finished animation, the runner-up for Fighting is Magic’s Dash voice actor messages me and says she’d be willing to revoice it if I want her to.
I politely declined, since I’m more or less sick of the combination of voice actors and Heartbreaker, but I told her I’ll talk to her if I ever need another Rainbow Dash voice.
MFW too good at Flash
Seriously though, it’s like I’m a god with this stuff. It’s a bit too much to take at some times.
Well hey there.
Moving images? Das my turf, yo.
Daily reminder that your favorite pony’s favorite pony is my favorite pony. Stupid Dashfag.
I’ll have to make you a happier teal deer animation sometime. Maybe once Fifths unchains me and lets me out of his basement.
How long you had that rank, nigga?
@Everyone on this wall
Obligatory hey-maybe-Stunthead-stopped-being-a-pleb-I-should-ask-how-he’s-doing-with-his-animation post.
Because here’s how it’s going for me.
Every time I get into a debate about which superhero is the best, I always insist it is the Doctor. Everyone tells me the Doctor is no superhero. But I want believe.
I need to groom you and DeadParrot into god-tier animators like myself. That way, we can all work on some sort of collaborative project that doesn’t use those
terrible terrible Double Rainboom Flash builds.
Animate? Fuck, when was the last time I accomplished shit?
Apologies for the recent delays I didn’t tell you about. Here’s my life in a silly cat gif:
Yeah, my mouse was on the wrong side of the country for a week, I had to tour a bunch of colleges, make a decision so I didn’t get shafted on the dorms and roommates, fly cross-country on the first day knives are allowed on US planes and when I come home I find a note from my school saying, “Exudes needs to turn in homework on a more regular basis.” Also, remind me to not spend so much damn time playing Pokemon.
On the plus side, didn’t get stabbed.
Is that a Honda NSX I spy? I believe it is.
But you never ironically explained why SkyMall is or is not art.
Do pardon me. I must have asked my question on the silly premise that the true meaning of “art” was that one interpreted it on their own, and applied their own judgement, rather than simply stating, “Because someone with a degree and frizzy hair says it’s art, it’s art.” On these grounds, everything that can be interpreted as not art is art. What makes a blank canvas, fresh off the factory lines, not art, and what makes one that has been stared at for forty days art, without resorting to the opinions of others, for fear of crafting your own?
I hereby challenge you, Fifths, to an honor-bound duel, in accordance with the Gentleman’s Dueling Charter of 1672. I formally charge you, Fifths, to defend the following piece, “1000 Hours of Staring,” by Tom Friedman, as art, and to justify its display in a museum over this visual representation of SkyMall.
I was at the Henry Art Gallery the other day, since I am no uncultured heathen, and saw this displayed in their collection. It’s exactly what it sounds like; over the course of five years, Tom Friedman spent over forty days staring at a blank canvass before putting it up in a museum.
No seriously, wat.