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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Sagara » Thu Dec 29, 2011 11:56 pm

Klaudandus wrote:
Treck wrote:666 was taken?


Nah, we already had the 666 page a while back


Duly noted: prepare a pic of Galaxy Express 999
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Re: Random Picture Post

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Heil » Sat Dec 31, 2011 7:19 pm

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Lightbeard » Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:39 pm

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Postby Jabari » Mon Jan 02, 2012 2:57 pm

"Dare to dream"

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Klaudandus » Tue Jan 03, 2012 10:22 am

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Brutalicus » Tue Jan 03, 2012 8:28 pm

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Sagara » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:12 am

It's Ta'li. Ta'li is too awesome not to look good.

You're forgiven.
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Lightbeard » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:44 am

Sagara wrote:It's Ta'li. Ta'li is too awesome not to look good.

You're forgiven.


That pic was perfect timing, just finished beating Mass Effect 2 (saw it at Gamestop for 15 dollars).

I picked Miranda however despite her being an MJ lookalike, Ta'li was the first of my crew to die on the final mission


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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Sagara » Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:33 pm

Lightbeard wrote:That pic was perfect timing, just finished beating Mass Effect 2 (saw it at Gamestop for 15 dollars).

I picked Miranda however despite her being an MJ lookalike, Ta'li was the first of my crew to die on the final mission


Miranda was my first choice with a non-imported character, besides, her loyalty outfit is... interesting?
Still, for the sake of ME3, I've completed the Lyra "romance" - there's something touching about Shepard, the ultimate space Jesus talking about settling down. "Lots of blue babies"... Daaaaaaaaaaaw.

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Lightbeard » Wed Jan 04, 2012 4:04 pm

I was surprised how much I enjoyed ME2

I absolutely hated ME1, rented it and quit after the first level, I don't even remember why I hated it so much but it was just not enjoyable at all

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Klaudandus » Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:41 pm

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woulda been more awesome if he had a Wilford Brimley mustache
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Postby Brutalicus » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:30 pm

Lightbeard: you quit ME1 after the first level or so because... the first half of the story really doesn't have the hook that keeps you going unless you're a hardcore sci-fi fan. There's some cool little moral quandries, aliens, extinct aliens, robot aliens, sure. The last 5-6 hours of the game are pants-shittingly good, though. The final two planets and the climactic last level are

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby kenshin648 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 12:56 am

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This is obviously wrong. That car on the top right is in way too good of shape to be a girl's car. It should be crumpled up in a ditch or wrapped around a tree or something.
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby theckhd » Thu Jan 05, 2012 6:34 am

Sagara wrote:Image

Something really bothered me about that outfit, until I finally figured out what it was. I think the hexagonal pattern was added in photoshop. It doesn't seem to obey any perspective rules, or be attached to the fabric in any way (if you note, wrinkles don't seem to disrupt the pattern).
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Zobel » Thu Jan 05, 2012 7:25 am

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Sagara wrote:Image

Something really bothered me about that outfit, until I finally figured out what it was. I think the hexagonal pattern was added in photoshop. It doesn't seem to obey any perspective rules, or be attached to the fabric in any way (if you note, wrinkles don't seem to disrupt the pattern).

No, that's just the magic of spandex. You can see the couple lines of hexagons descending along her right lapel curving much farther towards her left hip than they would if they were added in post production (like the laser/glow and robot).

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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby theckhd » Thu Jan 05, 2012 7:42 am

Zobel wrote:No, that's just the magic of spandex. You can see the couple lines of hexagons descending along her right lapel curving much farther towards her left hip than they would if they were added in post production (like the laser/glow and robot).


No, I don't see it. You can draw straight lines across the photo and the hexagons follow it exactly. It's especially jarring in the areas with wrinkles. For example:

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All I've done there is draw horizontal lines in photoshop. A line going through a vertex goes through all of the appropriate vertices. There's absolutely no twisting or distortion of the hex pattern, not even when it goes through a significant wrinkle (or more significantly, when the fabric curves around her sweet, sweet hind end). Also, you can see that it ends near some of the seams, leaving a gap.

There's no way that hex pattern is actually on the fabric. It was definitely added in post-production, just like the laser glow.
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Nikachelle » Thu Jan 05, 2012 7:51 am

I like how the hexagonal pattern manages to flow perfectly without disruption from one leg to the other on the butt shot. lol
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Belloc » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:32 am

kenshin648 wrote:
Lightbeard wrote:
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This is obviously wrong. That car on the top right is in way too good of shape to be a girl's car. It should be crumpled up in a ditch or wrapped around a tree or something.

Not pictured: The severed pump nozzle sticking out of her gas tank.
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby djlar » Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:42 am

She has a nice body, but those 'A' cups are a downer..
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Treck » Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:17 am

theckhd wrote:All I've done there is draw horizontal lines in photoshop. A line going through a vertex goes through all of the appropriate vertices. There's absolutely no twisting or distortion of the hex pattern, not even when it goes through a significant wrinkle (or more significantly, when the fabric curves around her sweet, sweet hind end). Also, you can see that it ends near some of the seams, leaving a gap.

There's no way that hex pattern is actually on the fabric. It was definitely added in post-production, just like the laser glow.

Now look at the vertical lines :P
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Even lazy work for photoshop tbh.
Just putting the the pattern over the whole pic rather than new pattern for each zone.
Not to mention its perfectly vertical to the borders of the pictures, every one of them.
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Shyrtandros » Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:22 am

theckhd wrote:
Zobel wrote:No, that's just the magic of spandex. You can see the couple lines of hexagons descending along her right lapel curving much farther towards her left hip than they would if they were added in post production (like the laser/glow and robot).


No, I don't see it. You can draw straight lines across the photo and the hexagons follow it exactly. It's especially jarring in the areas with wrinkles. For example:

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All I've done there is draw horizontal lines in photoshop. A line going through a vertex goes through all of the appropriate vertices. There's absolutely no twisting or distortion of the hex pattern, not even when it goes through a significant wrinkle (or more significantly, when the fabric curves around her sweet, sweet hind end). Also, you can see that it ends near some of the seams, leaving a gap.

There's no way that hex pattern is actually on the fabric. It was definitely added in post-production, just like the laser glow.


I read "half done Cosplay = no good".... while thinking "huh what - thats hawt, amazing and props to the people who did it!" :)

Although I will admit.. I did OH SO ENJOY verifying for myself that the butt shot was definately shopped... ;)
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby theckhd » Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:32 am

Shyrtandros wrote:I read "half done Cosplay = no good".... while thinking "huh what - thats hawt, amazing and props to the people who did it!" :)

Although I will admit.. I did OH SO ENJOY verifying for myself that the butt shot was definately shopped... ;)


Oh no doubt, it's amazing cosplay worn on an amazing body. I definitely have no basis to complain about the presentation - after all, it would probably be quite a bit more annoying to try and find or create fabric/latex/whatever with the hex pattern. The lack of perspective just threw me for a bit, because I couldn't figure out what it was about the image that felt off.

She's still an awful lot of fun to look at though, she's got an incredible body. Almost too good - I might not have noticed the pattern had I not been staring at her ass! :P
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Re: Random Picture Post

Postby Klaudandus » Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:50 am

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