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 No.61410[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

All you need to begin drawing is a pencil and some paper

Feel free to post any drawings of yours in this thread. Illustration, doodle, traditional, digital - anything goes. Discussion on skillbuilding techniques and fair critique of other wizards' work is welcome.

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>>62771
The entire field of Japanese animations was directly inspired and modeled after Disney animation you dolt. Go look up the early career of Osamu Tezuka.

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>>62779
Disney used to trace literally everything. They call it rotoscoping.They also had mostly Asians do the tracing because they were too retarded to even trace. Sounds like you're the one who needs a history lesson, calarts cope master.
Either way, fact of the matter is, American artists are obsessed with ugliness and Japanese aren't.
Minions and shrek VS. sanrio. It's been this way for a long time.

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>>62780
Calarts comes off natural to me since I am white, believe it or not, I used to draw cartoon network shit like PPG and Dexter's Laboratory on my elementary school books.

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>>62714
some more, it is good fun but kind of a money sink if you are a neet. no wonder people sell their art… digital art is infinitely more forgiving and affordable

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>>62783
wew. How does one make left and avoid right if you're not a sliteye?


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 No.53574[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What are some hobbies that don't involve consuming anything? You purchase a 1 time item and very rarely if ever have to replace it. Learning yo-yo tricks would be a consumptionless hobby in this case. There are obviously thinks like whistling or playing the spoons too. The idea is it has to make as little foot print as possible while being something you can develop and grow at. Drawing wouldn't count because you need paper.
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>>53574
I scavenge animal bones, pelts, skulls and anything cool from the beach to make sculptures.

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 No.62578

Sunbathing.

 No.62591

chess. you can obviously consume all the learning material you want but you can also just get good by basically playing a ton of games on the internet or against a computer if you try to learn from them

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>>62155
wheres my intermittint fasting bro


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As the several traveling threads prove, there are plenty of wizards who are curious about the world. Here, we talk about our traveling wishes and interests in a more abstract and general sense. What countries have you visited? What were your experiences? What countries are you curious about visiting and why? Any particular place you'd avoid like the plague? It doesn't matter if your traveling ideas are realistic or not, just share what interests you.

I was personally always more intrested in the more obscure and mysterious places that you never see on TV, and how people live there. Some islands in the middle of nowhere, certain African countries with an unremarkable present but a cool history, the mountain villages of Tibet, stuff like that. I've travelled around Europe a bit and was shocked how big a difference in culture there is between countries so close by, in the countless details of culture, food, architecture, people's temperament, and so on. I'm hoping to save up enough for a trip to Asia and/or Africa. There's a lot to experience out there.
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>>62213
Another map update, albeit a small one. Collected a bunch of subdivisions in Croatia and Bosnia.

>>62459
The stretch I cycled from London to Portsmouth was kinda shitty. The Southwest is a lot nicer, particularly the River Avon area. Haven't been to Cornwall.
England in general is pretty alright actually, both for cycling and in terms of scenery. The North has a bunch of stunning national parks and areas of natural beauty, some of the most beautiful shit I've seen on my travels in Europe. Even Northern England's industrial heritage has a certain charm. Bongs tend to be good cunts.

Bongland is infinitely nicer than neighboring Ireland IMO which somehow has a way better reputation despite being lame as fuck for the most part.

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>>62620
What was the absolute best country you have been to?

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>>50303
I am a yuropoor and i would lile to go somewhere nice and not too expensive for a bit. Do you have places you have been to you would recommend?

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>>50377
>who doesn't know russian.
You do realize they actually have their own languages? If you went there speaking Russian you'd probably get beaten up

 No.62765

>>62760
Are you joking?
Russian is still the lingua franka in central asia many people speak besides their own language and you can get by using it.


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I contemplated on which board to post this and ultimately decided I'll do it on /hob/ this time, as it seems to me that collecting and enjoying pictures of houses, towns, areas, natural scenes etc., is in fact kind of a hobby.

So post pictures that you associate with comfyness. I personally have a thing for forest cabins and quaint little town streets.
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Thought you guys should know this site I've been using, when it comes to finding a lot of these comfy photos that I've posted on this thread.

Link - https://www.flickr.com/


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 No.41822[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

what language are you learning and what tools do you use to learn it?
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>>62319
>>62321
The point is, people who actually care do learn japanese to overcome the trajslation barrier.
Casuals won't and they get fucked for that.

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 No.62625

I'm trying to learn english and some things that i do are for example, change the language to english on my pc and my phone, watch youtube videos in english and make post like this one that help improve my writting and my reading

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>>41822
i have a physical book for learning chinese, haven't touched it in a decade

 No.62704

>>59072
How long did it take you? Trying to get through Spanish then French. How did your roadmap look like for the romance languages?


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I added a togglable title only view to wizchan.
It shows the number of newly added replies to each thread since you last visited.

 No.62680

>Tab characters are not allowed in Ren'Py scripts.
>#if c == u'\t':
> #raise ParseError(filename, number, "Tab characters are not allowed in Ren'Py scripts.")
u cant tell me what to do, fartsniffer

 No.62693

how would you go about reversing the reflection from a curved surface? for example a sphere… i think you'd have to raytrace, but in reverse? like project the reflection's pixels values to a curved 3d surface representing the mirror in the image

is there software for this or is it a good opportunity to just make my own tool

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>>62693
like this for example. if all you had was a 3d model of the blob mirror, and the reflection from its surface

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What's the last movie you've seen? The last movie thread has reached the bump limit.
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>>62233
i didnt like it, it wasnt bad but it definitely wont surprise you and its not as good as other clint eastwood movies like the outlaw josey wales and the good the bad and the ugly. i try not to watch movies that arent the best of the best because i dont like wasting my time on shit movies and i only have so much space for torrents to seed, so if youre like me, dont waste your time with this movie.

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>>61160
Not poster above but found a magnet link since >>61067 couldn't find one

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it's just pictures of dead people with anton lavey explaining how they died

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Bougas


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Piss-off-your-mom-being-in-kitchen-all-day-and-not-cleaning edition

Last thread: >>26323

Recipe links:
http://ck.booru.org/index.php
http://www.wikihow.com/Category:Recipes
http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/gefp/episodebyorder.htm
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>>62239
Tonight's omelette. Four cheeses: cheddar, gruyere, raclette and pecorino romano for salt. Very good. The eggs are nearly perfectly cooked, perhaps I would prefer them a tiny bit less runny.

>other ingredients:

>onion, cabbage, garlic, peppers, cayenne pepper powder, paprika, sumac

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>>62547
I got a boner after eating it.

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A pic of a ham omelet that I made last sunday

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>>62661
Mmmm looks like an abscess

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>>62661
did you use liquid eggs or something lol why does it look like that


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 No.54504[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This is the new reading thread, wizards. The previous thread can be found here: >>50386
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>>54902
I'm reading this almost entirely because of your recommendation. I had the three volumes of the Penguin translation but never felt like reading them until this. I'm still on the first volume, just finished the Tale of King Umar and his family. Very interesting. You almost forget it's a frame story since that one was as long as a normal novel. I really liked the story of Aziz + Aziza as well as Princess Dunya.

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Are there any literary websites anyone on here reads? I like Misery Tourism.

 No.62435

I've been reading The horus heresy for the last few months, currently on book 52 heralds of the siege. I should have finished it already but I ended up browsing image boards for the last 6 hoours.
So far it did not disappoint, however. I really liked the myriad shortstory, there is something really comfy about an AI that can exorcise demons and evil spirits using math and logic of all things, to tell the entity that it was not supposed to exist, therefore causing self destruction I presume? The other stories were not terrible but failed versus reading random threads. I hope I can finish the last 8 books in the next 10 days, then I just need to wait for for the release of Echoes of eternity and The End and the Death.
I Started this series last year but due to a multitude of real life factors had to put it down, only getting back at it this trimester. Next I am planning to read non fiction books exclusively. It was fun and I think I improved my reading comprehension as well as memory and creativity, but I need to check if I can apply those to other hobbies.

 No.62671

Hey,

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Yoga is a great way to lose weight because it's a slow process, so you don't feel like you're losing control of your life. It also reduces stress and helps with breathing—two things that are often linked with obesity.

If you want more information about how yoga can help you lose weight, check out my site at: https://bit.ly/3eEjbj5

Thanks so much!

Regards
Joanne Miller

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 No.62667[Reply]

Started getting into this very recently after watching some videos about it on YouTube. I then bought some Sibley and Roger Tory field guides and a Nikon M5 Monarch Binos. Was wondering if there is anyone else who enjoys doing this as well. Seems like a friendly hobby for everyone and its gets you outside and "touching grass".

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>>62667
Here are the recent books I bought that I was talking about



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