“TwickABros” wrote: The thread where I put all my Kensington related questions go.
Kensington Question: Here is my fancy match up shot thing so far:
I’m using Blender so any tips on how to make it look better would be great.
Second Kensington Question: Anyone know any fancy audacity tricks? For example, how to make something sound like it’s…
“RevMen” wrote: I’m going there this Friday for a tour. I’m on the design team for Disney IM Digital’s new motion capture facility and we’re going to Skywalker Ranch to get information about what our design should be like.
Eat your hearts out, nerds.
And… people should care… why?
Because to be politically correct and all that crap and to respect other people’s holiday’s, you can’t have a Christmas thread without a Hanukkah and Kwanzaa thread. And that’s just American-centric holidays. There should also be a Boxing Day thread, Immaculate Conception thread, etc.
But that isn’t required.
When people sign up for a PHP…[Read more]
But why? In what way does the current system not fulfill the needs (and what are “the needs”)?
EDIT (sheesh, we edit a lot): I’m not trying to attack you or anything. These political times have made me more… aware.
I’ve seen on several other arts-related forums that members operate better and kinder towards each other as…[Read more]
I said “Section” not “Forum”.
I guess I should have clarified that.
I just think they could have a better set-up if there were several forums under the “Community”
Like how there is “General Discussion” and then under it is “Community”, “Site Feedback” and whatever else there is.
Actually, that’s my job, so I would like to ask MindGame to leave the bashing to me.
Anyways, we try to keep things more centralize in one thread, rather than multiple threads. Reduces the clutter and makes things more organized. Make an effort of searching next time before posting a thread that’s nothing more than a…
Exactly. I even agree with Kwlguystudios, mostly because people like MindGame won’t have to go telling everyone how wrong they are, when they could, in fact, move on.
“Night Owl” wrote: Livebrick, you’re overreacting. Calling somebody a Nazi because they disagree with you is pretty dumb; it’s more egotistical than anything others have said.
And I’m surprised you decided to go against MindGame instead of KwlGuyStudios, who actually was sort of insulting.
He didn’t straight out attack my post, therefore, I…[Read more]
“Steviecolli” wrote: Same here, well a lab top running vista, a new mic and a webcam(microsoft 6000 thingy) but ithe webcam has bad quality so i’m probably going to change to a quickcam pro 9000 if i have enough in the vouther got off my god father.
-Steviecolli, trying to get used to typing on a lap top.
Incorrect. Please try again.
Find joy in making others feel down? Want to feel superior to everyone else? then the Nazi Party is for you!
Edit: I really don’t understand WHY ON EARTH you’d shoot down a topic that is just celebrating a merry affair, I mean, seriously. It means alot to me, therefore…
“LegobrosJon” wrote: But this is 9/11. They hit America, and killed AMERICANS.
This is quite possibly the most selfish, hateful, and stupidest comment I have ever seen.
It just makes me feel fantastic when we in the US only care about the lives of our own that are lost, no one else’s.
“Night Owl” wrote: Aled, don’t do that. It ruins the reputation of people at Brickfilms.
Though I agree that Blunty is essentially an ass.
WHY THE HELL DO YOU SAY THAT?!?!
He was only an “ass” because most of you are egomaniacs who either suck up to him, cause too much drama, or you just wouldn’t respect him as a fellow brickfilmer, but…[Read more]
“Timothy__Ratner” wrote: Don’t forget “who” and “whom”.
I think that’s a bit too detailed, don’t you? I mean, that’s fine tuning English, and that may overstimulate the minds of people who can hardly comprehend the difference between “To” and “Too”
“Captain Bulldog” wrote: Those are pretty common spelling mistakes, and it bugs me every time I see them spelled wrong. It’s time to set everyone straight!
They’re so easy to fix and are pretty hard to mess up if you’ve at least mastered English.
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