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by Ninja Skunk
28 Aug 2009, 00:27
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Creative outlets
Replies: 9
Views: 23174

Re: Creative outlets

Okay, I don't know if you're still interested, but hey, if you are, I did start a new DeviantART account. It has the stuff on the wall I was talking about in there, as well as a few desktops I've made.
by Ninja Skunk
28 Aug 2009, 00:22
Forum: Comics
Topic: Comic layout tips
Replies: 4
Views: 16807

Re: Comic layout tips

You know, Novil, the fact that you find all of these guides and tutorials online and then share them with everyone really lets me like you. Sure, just sharing what you find and think others may be interested in makes you a swell guy; but the fact that you're out there finding all of these guides in ...
by Ninja Skunk
25 Aug 2009, 03:19
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Funny idea I had
Replies: 3
Views: 6767

Re: Funny idea I had

Haha. It's even funnier when you realize that some "complete collections" are technically incomplete, too.
by Ninja Skunk
17 Aug 2009, 22:43
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Creative outlets
Replies: 9
Views: 23174

Re: Creative outlets

That's close enough; although, if you're going to do the same for color theory and design theory, I think it has to be a cake to count.
by Ninja Skunk
17 Aug 2009, 01:15
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Creative outlets
Replies: 9
Views: 23174

Re: Creative outlets

Which is to say you've done more than those eighty-six? Wow, I really need to start practicing more.

By the way, that reminds me, have you ever studied music theory at all? It helps me out a bit.
by Ninja Skunk
14 Aug 2009, 05:55
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Creative outlets
Replies: 9
Views: 23174

Recreative Outlets! Get it?

Well, if you think that some of that old artwork isn't bad, I might have to show you the crazy pictures I plastered on my bedroom wall. It's better, or at least far more recent. On to your music. Well, yeah, I have to admit it's not all the greatest of quality, but you did all of those yourself? Eig...
by Ninja Skunk
09 Aug 2009, 04:15
Forum: Comics
Topic: Your favorite comic strips
Replies: 40
Views: 103903

How about this one?

Does anyone else read Evil Diva?

Angels. Demons. A Really Old Guy.

Seriously, though, Evil Diva is strangely cute and light-hearted, although it does use the tired old premise of "stick mythical beings and legends in a school setting" premise.
by Ninja Skunk
09 Aug 2009, 04:00
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: Thus consider appear
Replies: 2
Views: 6752

Because I'm a Ninja

Hi back. See this? This is a picture of a crazy building. Now see this ? This is a picture of me beside myself on this one. That's why there's three of me in the picture. Back to your picture...yes, the building is really weird, but then again, so is the Slinky and the Wacky Wall Walker, and we make...
by Ninja Skunk
09 Aug 2009, 03:52
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: Ohai
Replies: 1
Views: 5468

Re: Ohai

If you're still around, I'll welcome you. Even if it is four months late.

Hello! Welcome! Kick off your shoes and stay a while.

And "up" is the direction opposite than that of the gravitational pull.

Yes, I do say that every time someone asks me "what's up?" I think it's funny.
by Ninja Skunk
09 Aug 2009, 03:46
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Knörzer with oe
Replies: 13
Views: 18228

You're Welcome!

You're plenty welcome!

If you ever forget, you can always do what I do and flail around until you find the right number again. I forget it every three days myself!
by Ninja Skunk
09 Aug 2009, 03:38
Forum: Comics
Topic: Wiley Miller (Non Sequitur) thinks $1.9M is a fair punish…
Replies: 4
Views: 16367

A Very Conservative Perspective

Umm...Did Kazzaa change recently, then? As far as I can see, it's a subscription-based licensed music download site now...with one less 'z.' To the point, though. I know and understand that people will hate me for this, but I'm going to have to say that the $1,900,000 fine is at least partially fair...
by Ninja Skunk
09 Aug 2009, 01:24
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Computers = Air Conditioning
Replies: 4
Views: 9062

Re: Computers = Air Conditioning

No kidding, but I guess they have less luck than I do when it comes to electronics. I've had keyboards survive ten-pound speakers, chocolate milk, and hedgehog pee.
by Ninja Skunk
06 Aug 2009, 05:54
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Creative outlets
Replies: 9
Views: 23174

Re: Creative outlets

May I point out that the way you use the word "art" is a misnomer? Music, writing and storytelling are also arts. The term you probably need is "illustration." Which is to say I actually partake in all of these. Illustration is the only one I have any sort of extensive history on, though--Eight year...
by Ninja Skunk
06 Aug 2009, 04:51
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Suicidal Racoon
Replies: 2
Views: 13928

Homicidal Raccoon?

I have to really question how the raccoon managed to get in the car trunk, without being able to get back out. 1)If the trunk was left open, I don't see how the raccoon could close himself in. 2)If there was a crack in the flooring, the raccoon could have escaped through the same hole. 3)Getting clo...
by Ninja Skunk
06 Aug 2009, 04:29
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Knörzer with oe
Replies: 13
Views: 18228

Knörzer with oe?

Wait, but haven't I spelled it Knörzer before ? Oh, wait, I just did it again! While it is true, there is no key dedicated to "ö" on American keyboards, I thought I'd point out it is actually still possible to type that character, along with all the other variants of letters, in Windows by using Alt...
by Ninja Skunk
06 Aug 2009, 04:00
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: So, there's a store now
Replies: 13
Views: 16267

Suggestions, you ask?

I feel that the biggest and most obvious suggestion is to put something out that you would buy yourself. Before, you go all "Duh" on me, think about a certain other strip... Calvin & Hobbes , of course. It never had any merchandise itself, but I know that both of you, Novil and Powree, would have lo...
by Ninja Skunk
06 Aug 2009, 03:12
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: art
Replies: 5
Views: 15041

Art art art

Think of it this way: How do we differentiate great artists from a sub-par artists? The quality of the art they make. There has never been a case of a baby being born alongside a fully painted canvas, so it would technically be impossible to be born an artist at all, let alone a great artist. Still,...
by Ninja Skunk
13 Apr 2009, 05:54
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Critique Compendium #4:
Replies: 0
Views: 5770

Critique Compendium #4:

Boy, when life hits you in the face, it sure hits hard. Let's get back on track. I think I left off with Critique Compendium #4: Nomenclature. Nomenclature is, actually, quite a bad strip. To start off, the writing on Nomenclature is fairly poor. Sandra and Richard come up with a bad name for the "R...
by Ninja Skunk
04 Apr 2009, 03:19
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Reading between the lines.
Replies: 4
Views: 7352

Re: Reading between the lines.

You started with the words "Let's get this train wreck moving," So why would I expect you to be serious? While we're casting a diabolic glare on everybody, though, I'd like to point out that Shadow could be considered a very evil, very scheming individual. Sure, Shadow stopped Woo from eating Sid , ...
by Ninja Skunk
11 Mar 2009, 06:32
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Feisty Fennec
Replies: 2
Views: 5865

Re: Feisty Fennec

You've seen a Fennec Fox in person? Awesome. I've always wanted to--ever since web-mastering class in high school, anyway--see a Fennec Fox, but there just aren't any I know of around here. They look cool and cute from all the pictures I've seen. Yeah, I know, I was web-surfing when I should have be...
by Ninja Skunk
11 Mar 2009, 06:11
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Critique Compendium #3: A Lesson For Life
Replies: 0
Views: 5465

Critique Compendium #3: A Lesson For Life

Well, I suppose it's time to start up the next one. Here is Critique Compendium #3: A Lesson For Life... ...and the first thing I bring up is the word bastard . Yes, I would, wouldn't I? Profanity can be an extremely precarious issue in published entertainment. What does it do for you? What does it ...
by Ninja Skunk
07 Mar 2009, 04:22
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Critique Compendium #2: Homesickness
Replies: 1
Views: 4609

Critique Compendium #2: Homesickness

Hello, and welcome back! Before I get started, I'd like to remind everyone that I try to be impartial and impersonal here, but these are still my views. Yours will be different. Also, although I am reviewing Sandra and Woo here, I try to include points that anyone who writes or illustrates can learn...
by Ninja Skunk
06 Mar 2009, 07:33
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Critique Compendium #1: A Sly Raccoon
Replies: 5
Views: 8649

Explaining the Critique

Hmm... Now, nobody take my summary wrong; I love Sandra and Woo , have absolutely no problem with the focus being on Woo, and very much like video game referencing. However, I try to keep all of my criticism as global and impersonal as possible. You know, looking at the big picture. Things that I me...
by Ninja Skunk
04 Mar 2009, 08:51
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Critique Compendium #1: A Sly Raccoon
Replies: 5
Views: 8649

Critique Compendium #1: A Sly Raccoon

Did you notice how none of the activity in the Sandra and Woo forum involved actually discussing the Sandra and Woo comic? That's a little weird; so I decided I'd start up this little series to set and attempt to get some blood moving in the forums. Let's start with Critique Compendium #1: A Sly Rac...
by Ninja Skunk
25 Feb 2009, 03:37
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: New here :)
Replies: 7
Views: 10124

Haldo!

A hale and hearty greeting to you, Urthdigger! I would think that it's a bit too early to know exactly Sandra and Woo will end up. The archive is only thirty-six deep. Sure, thirty-six strips of this kind of quality is nothing to sneeze at, but still not enough that the comic's direction is paved an...
by Ninja Skunk
21 Feb 2009, 03:41
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Make your own music album cover
Replies: 5
Views: 17804

It's Blue!

Here's my amazing masterpiece. Took me a whole twenty minutes once I decided to do it. I don't know what, exactly, the Roman Catholics Archdiocese are doing releasing music albums, but I guess they do already have a one-billion-member fan base. Sure, it sounds more like a marriage problem, but when ...
by Ninja Skunk
18 Feb 2009, 19:20
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: Josh Nickerson's The Nolans
Replies: 2
Views: 6535

Re: Josh Nickerson's The Nolans

Well, yeah, I concede the point on the funny and insight. Not everyone seems to have the ability to pull it off all the time. Just because something isn't perfect, though, does not mean it isn't good at all. Or am I just too easy to please? But more to the point of this post: The Nolans is a webcomi...
by Ninja Skunk
18 Feb 2009, 18:40
Forum: Comics
Topic: My rare Calvin and Hobbes memorabilia
Replies: 14
Views: 35625

Re: My rare Calvin and Hobbes memorabilia

The funny thing being that even Bill thought he went overboard on his stance against merchandising. Quoting again from The Complete Calvin & Hobbes : "In hindsight I see that, with so much money at stake, the artistic issues I argued about were irrelevant . In the end, it was simply might makes righ...
by Ninja Skunk
17 Feb 2009, 01:26
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Recommended applications and tools for the PC
Replies: 2
Views: 9607

Recommended AND Free!

Sweet. Mind if I throw out some things I've found? The first programs I have to mention are the free, open-source equivalents of popular-but-expensive proprietary production software. You can do almost everything the same for the mere cost of whatever you pay for internet access! GIMP : The G .N.U. ...
by Ninja Skunk
17 Feb 2009, 00:16
Forum: Comics
Topic: Your favorite comic strips
Replies: 40
Views: 103903

Girl Genius?

Good job on finding Girl Genius, Torg, but as a fellow reader, I'd like to point out that Kaja Foglio coined the term "Gaslamp Fantasy" for Girl Genius because steampunk wasn't all that accurate of a description.

Still a totally awesome comic, though. Moloch and Dimo are easily my favorites.