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    Sticky: Re: Disney animation thread

    The Red Turtle was astoundingly good.
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    Re: Favorite Top Ten Movies

    That's cool, I like categorizing by genre a lot more than a generalized top 10 list.

    1. Fantasia
    2. Coraline
    3. Grave of the Fireflies
    4. Princess Mononoke
    5. The AristoCats
    6. Angel's Egg...
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    Re: FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil

    Yeah if the Costa Rican team had decided to just line up in front of the goal and not move the entire match it really wouldn't have felt much different.

    It was clever but kind of desperate and it...
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    Re: FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil

    yes

    yes

    and just like that we have a new national hero
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    Re: FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil

    I'm kinda the opposite, I want Germany to go through so we can have a chance to beat them ourselves.

    which would be gloooorious

    and of course isn't going to happen
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    Re: FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil

    Maaan, now you're just reiterating your point and nothing else.

    You can't just ignore everything people say and just go ''whelp live and let live'' as a response to specific issues being raised...
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    Re: FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil

    Literally nobody is arguing this.

    I see the difference. I too vastly prefer to see an emphasis on active, aggressive play, because, gee, entertaining matches are more fun to watch than boring...
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    Re: FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil

    I just have to pop in and point out the silliness in everything you're saying. I mean even ignoring the snootiness in all your ''I watch a lot of football so I know what I'm talking about unlike some...
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    Sticky: Re: Disney animated movies

    I remember seeing a behind the scenes for Tarzan which showed Phil Collins sang pretty much all the foreign language versions of the songs himself, which I thought was pretty neat. Did he do the...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    I feel kind of afraid to disturb this sleeping giant, but um. How's it hanging guys?
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    Sticky: Re: Disney animated movies

    Yeah, I definitely felt that in Tarzan as well. But I dunno, if I pretend I don't understand English the songs themselves seem well done and pretty catchy.
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    Sticky: Re: Disney animated movies

    So is this really the consensus? I don't know because I never saw Brother Bear, but I remember Phil Collins doing Tarzan which I still think is one of the more underrated Disney movies, and while the...
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    Sticky: Re: Disney animated movies

    That's interesting, but it's still nowhere near an objective analysis. I guess it's the smarminess that's getting to me a bit.

    Like that entire post of yours you referred to was mostly reactionary...
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    Sticky: Re: Disney animated movies

    Just popping in to point out how terrible this opinion is.

    Like I know it's purposely hyperbolic to elicit response but still.

    The worst.
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Whoa, like, what, just the message or the book already?

    Cause like, man, slow down, this thread isn't used to this much activity.

    Anyway, good stuff Huon, looking forward to maybe seeing some...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Just got home, have some scans you bastards.

    If they're considered passable quality maybe put them in the first post I dunno? I only scanned the actual drawings though.

    Also


    Maybe not...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Address received, book on its way!

    Yes I have scans but I won't be able to upload them for a couple days, I'll make it as quick as possible.
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Well that explains that.

    Cleared some space Huon, try again!
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Haven't really had the kind of time to do any big, sweeping setpieces unfortunately, but sketching on regardless. Should be done by the end of the week!
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    guys guys i'm holding it like right now like in my hands and everything

    Really cool stuff guys, having a blast thumbing through all three pages (and the blisteringly tight handwriting). Can't be...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Well you did but, uh, last I checked Groningen was still in the Netherlands and unfortunately I have no intention of moving south anytime soon.

    Pretty sure I didn't give any conflicting...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    http://www.geeksofdoom.com/GoD/img/2009/02/2009-02-27-professor_farnsworth-150x150.jpg

    After undoubtedly myriad comical misadventures Killax has let me know he has been securely extracted from...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Whelp, uh, I suppose Killax and me have different perceptions of the term ASAP. My patient thumb-twiddling has been decidedly unfruitful so far so I sent him yet another request for a status update....
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    Re: Rin (HAROLD Sakuishi) (( BECK ))

    This series really seems to be building up to something, but man is Sakuishi good at keeping that anticipation simmering without giving any real idea what that something might be.

    So far it seems...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Unfortunately no, the only word was ASAP.
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    He's in Australia.

    Basically I have no idea what he's doing there so excuse me for making completely logical assumptions based on the limited information I was provided okay
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    So apparently Killax has been kidnapped by bushwackers while trailing the Australian outback.

    Good news is Paul Hogan's been contacted so once Killax's been safely rescued from down under he'll...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    For what little my promises are worth, I can pretty much guarantee I'll have the book out the door within a week once I have it in my grubby paws.

    But obviously I'd like to get there sooner rather...
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    Sticky: Re: Traveling Sketchbook - Europe edition

    Cool, thanks!

    I sent him an email, let's hope he drops us a line soon either way.
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    Re: Sun-Ken Rock

    The strength of this guy's oneshots (check them out if you haven't) coupled with the great looking art motivated me to check this out but

    uuuuuggggh

    I didn't think a constant barrage of...
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