Joined Aug 29, 2011 at 10:48PM EDT
Well, it might be end being a red herring like with 2 (said to be a sequel but eventually revealed to be most definitely a prequel), but if the text is trustworthy, it’s not a pizzeria anymore, but an horror attraction, with it’s dark history of murder and dissaperance being used in it’s favor.
IN THE GATE KEEP SINKING DEEPER.
that’s what i do.
will keep that on mind.
but yeah, they are hilarious.
I’m better and faster at drawing traditionaly, but I stick mostly to digital because it’s the only way I can make something that looks good and doesn’t look incomplete.
“tumblr sjws do that too!” is probably the best argument for not doing it ourselves.
It’s obviously exagerated here, but real life has a version of this: hysterical strenght
It’s usually triggered by extreme cases of fight or flight, but it can also be triggered by seeing a loved one in high danger.
doing those things require different groups of muscles, but I would say that maud.
I hate that too. But because sif you go to sleep again, when you wake up in an hour you will be more sleepy than ever.
*smart. I meant smart.
Kind of lame though.
shit, I think that’s what it is.
It’s obviously is one of the advertised features, but if it works like in the ad, it would make 3d modeling and animation more comfortable and faster.
Every single advance related to virtual reality or similar things take as much as ten second before someone sees it as a step towards real life waifus.
yeah, but he means freely looking at the action. Probably woulr require a camera equipment like the used for the bullet time in matrix.
I don’t remember what those things are called.
well, that’s because they are masrt enough to not create a streissand effect.
Ok, guys, I hate Anita too, but these bullshit comparisons serve for nothing more than toxic circlejerks. You guys gotta realize that comparing Anita with terrorists is not very different from “Gamergate is like an ISIS of Hitlers”
more important, why would this make anyone angry?
Look at that shit, the question is how you don’t find it terrifying.