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 No.308[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Lets draw stuff sushi's! It doesn't matter how bad u think it is, any drawing is good for you! (I hope this is on the right board…)
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 No.752

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this is a doodle of an ojamajo doremi kirby i did for a friend a couple days ago
>>500
cute! i love this.

 No.753

>>752
Kirb is adorable, good job.

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sorry did this with my trackpad



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 No.10[Reply]

Let's post our favourite movie of all time or a great movie you recently watched.

I'll start.

My favourite movie is Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove. The movie is amazing, very funny while maintaining the seriousness of the topic. [spoiler]The Coca-Cola part is fantastic[/spoiler].

Another movie that also really like is Persepolis (yeah, I'm reposting from the .tokyo thread). It's an animation film that tells the story of the author during and after the Islamic revolution. The art is quite unique and the main character is lovely!
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 No.739

I honestly don't think I have one.

 No.747

>>737
Is that so? Tbh I watched this film some years ago and I found it to be really boring, which is a shame, it has always got my attention
It even made me skeptic to watch another movie from him (Ivan's Childhood, that one I really liked), but now that I see you mentioning it again I'd like to give it another shot

 No.748

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my favourite movie is paprika. my favourite directors are stanley kubrick and mike judge.

 No.749

Not sure if I could pick a favorite. I like Blade Runner and the sequel a lot, as well as some silly stuff like the Princess Bride. But as you can probably tell I'm not really a movie person, most of the classics I have not seen, let alone all the well regarded artsy stuff everyone talks about online.

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"Mary & Max" is the coziest of them all



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 No.672[Reply]

I couldn't find anything like this in the catalog, so I'll be making a general art thread! Post art you like in this thread. No other rules or genres. Just art you like.
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>>672
>bronzecatworld
god i miss tosh :( i used to have entire folders of his art from around 2009-2016, he was hugely influential to me, sadly i lost those files

i mean he's still on social media and somewhat active but after the tumblr drama and lolcow threads its not the same

 No.759

>>758
I dunno who you're talking of, but those are cute pokemons

 No.760

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>>759
just an artist who draws cute animals, furries, pokemon, etc. in a childlike style also occasionally loli/shota and guro

 No.761

>>760
I see I see, their art is pretty cute, I like the style.
>spoiler
Well I'm not a fan of guro but I don't mind the other thing. It's interesting that those sorts of tastes tend to go together, along with the furry stuff.



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 No.548[Reply]

What are some good slice of life anime to watch? I liked Nichijou, Non Non Biyori and Azumanga Daioh.
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 No.594

>>593
I don't even smoke cigs, only got them cause I smoke a pipe (as in, actual tobacco one) like once a month or less.

I gotta say though, you wouldn't believe how satisfying that model is to use. Nothing like a bic, not really like a zippo either. Sometimes flick it open just to feel how nice the mechanism is. That clunk.
Got them for like $5 each at an army surplus store.

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id reccomend tamayura its very wonderful and relaxing. also sketchbook full colors.
>>561
seconding aria its amazing

 No.751

>>750
Everyone who likes goofy and heartwarming SoL should watch Sketchbook, it's really fun.

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GochiUsa. Comfiest, coffiest SoL anime ever and it's getting an S3 this Fall. If you'd like cute baristas doing cute things in a beautiful small town w/ bunnies, then this is for you. Also, Chino is a big mood.

>>750
>>751
They look wicked cute I'm gonna watch this soon.

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>>754
>They look wicked cute I'm gonna watch this soon.
Hooray! Post about it on the new board when you get the chance to check it out. I might rewatch it as well.



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 No.91[Reply]

What're some comfy anime series?

I'm relatively new to anime and am looking for something slow paced in story line, and atmospheric in terms of soundtrack/sound design or animation. Only ones I can think of are Mushishi and House of Five Leaves.
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I love Iyashikei anime, Lot's of great recommendations in this thread. Two really great and lesser known comfy anime's I recommend are

Someday's Dreamers II Sora ( https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/somedays-dreamers-ii-sora )

Kamichu! ( https://www.anime-planet.com/anime/kamichu )

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>>721
I loved Kamichu but I hadn't heard of Someday's Dreamers, I'll check it out!

My niche recommendations would be Zettai Shounen and Figure 17, they're both very slow and a bit odd but I really enjoyed them.

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Ah it seems like most things that come to mind for me immediately have already been discussed. I'll throw Yama no Susume into the mix though, it's a very nice series of shorts about cute girls climbing cute mountains
>>499
I want to marry Miyako!

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>no one mentioned Gin No Saji
Story is settled on an agricultural highschool, lots of nature atmosphere, comfy watch.
Nourin also has the same theme. You'll like both if you like nature themes.

Flying witch, one off and barakamon are also cozy country side animus.

 No.745

>>744
Oh, definitely I would second some of those! I've never seen One Off or Nourin, but the other three are all top tier anime.



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 No.724[Reply]

Hi sushi rolls. I got thinking about Katawa Shoujo recently - say what you will about the game (personally I'm very fond of it) but I think it's really impressive that a group from 4chan came together to make something like it. It got me wondering - what would Sushichan make? Would it be a visual novel, or maybe an OVA of sorts? Whatever it would be, I imagine it would be something you could fit into the iyashikei genre. I'm not like outright suggesting we start something, I don't know enough about how many people browse this site or how many creative types we have. I just wonder if anyone else has had the thought.
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 No.728

>>727
An OVA would take a lot more manpower than a VN (just thinking in number of illustrations/frames.)

 No.729

Not a big fan of VNs to be honest.

>>725 Not a bad idea, would play definitely. Though as for something I would like to help make, maybe just a gallery of artworks made by the users. A giant wall of art that we all scrawl on. Though that would also open the door for trolls…

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henlo

 No.733

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A VN would be easier than an OVA for sure.
The key part is organization though. Katawa Shoujo did not get serious until a small group of people moved off 4chan and made their own forums to actually work on it.



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 No.355[Reply]

I sometimes draw maids for fun. Since I think this place is nice and relaxing, I wanted to set up shop and have a fun little Maid thread.
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Don't mind me, just a maid poster passing by~

 No.650

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Don't know if OP is still watching this thread but your drawings are cute. Hope you're doing alright!

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>>368
While not as thorough as yours, this image is pretty inspiring as well.

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>>650
I've been ill for a time, such that I couldn't draw, in addition to many other things. Once I feel better, I'll be drawing more.

 No.720

>>670
gosh sushi, i hope everything is okay ._.



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 No.632[Reply]

Let's talk about the books/manga/etc that you are reading.

I'm halfway through After Dark by Haruki Murakami and I'm loving it, already bought another 3 books from him to read after this one
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 No.688

>>684
I bought a NRSV bible under the impression it would be better, but I see so many people hail the KJV as the best bible. Should I continue with what I have or just read the KJV?

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Currently reading The Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson for some reason. It's pretty silly. I was at the library the other day and they just happened to have The Early History of God by Mark Smith, which is considered to be one of the seminal studies of early Israelite religion, so I'm reading that as well.

>>688
Not that sushi roll, but I study biblical exegesis at university.
The NRSV is a good purchase. It's both literal and readable, and has the added advantage of being the closest thing there is to a standard translation among English-speaking academics. The idea that the KJV is the best translation follows from a religious conviction that the translation itself as well as the base New Testament text, called the Textus Receptus (which is different from modern critical editions of the NT), were divinely inspired. The majority of biblical scholars do not believe that the KJV is more accurate than modern translations, and most modern translations do not use the Textus Receptus.
Unless you're sympathetic to KJV-only denominations, from a practical perspective you're better off just reading the NRSV anyway. The language of the KJV is so archaic that many familiar words have completely different meanings, so you will either not understand or outright misinterpret it without some kind of commentary (I haven't read it personally, but I've seen the Norton Critical Edition of the KJV recommended). A common example of this is the word 'conversation' in e.g. Philippians 1:27, which has nothing to do with talking. The NRSV is also a revision of the KJV and the footnotes (if your edition has them) should point out the major passages where the NRSV's NT disagree with other manuscripts, such as the ones used in the Textus Receptus, so it's also good preparation for reading the KJV.

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>>689
>>688
I think everyone should read both, or at least multiple translations. I like the archaic language of the KJV myself, although I'm also a huge fan of Shakespeare and other 16th century works. From that perspective, it's an incredible work of art.

 No.709

>>693
If sushi is really into it for whatever reason, they could even learn some ancient greek and read the original

 No.711

Started my rereading (almost 20 years later) of Capital Volume 1 and I'm aiming to work my way through all three volumes this year. The current downtime will aid this immensely.



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My office sent all of my stuff home with me yesterday, and I'm working from home until further notice. So that's actually kind of neat. This is happening all over California right now. Is anyone else working from home or having their social lives or work culture change in notable ways due to coronavirus fears?

I'm going to be doing tech support calls and customer trainings in my underwear; it's kind of surreal.
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>>698
Security is a big issue now that a lot of our customers have home offices. We've configured VPN for them, but since a lot of people use their own private computers to remote in, they get access to company resources from an insecure system (outdated software, no functional security applications).

If it was up to me, they'd only have RDP access to their work computer, and nothing else.

I think there will be a lot more cryptolocker cases over the next few months.

 No.701

>>690
Uni is closed and is going online. I still lack the motivation to focus on doing assignments regardless so not much has changed. Oh well.

 No.703

My university was closed and that flipped my life over. They also shutdown my gym and workplace. I went back to my home city, where all I could do was hang out with boys. Now it is literaly illegal. In my college city I am pretty much different person, fully motivated and wishing to learn - but here it is very hard to do anything productive.

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Currently in college. All classes have been cancelled and moved online. Half my classes were online already and most teachers found it easy to transfer work in an online format so I'm OK. The weird part is my toughest professor is pretty chill online.
My main problem is my time management is shit so I always spend to long or to little on my work.
What I can't take is that I'm stuck at home with my mom. I thought living with my parents while taking gen ed courses in community college was a good idea to save money, but no that I'm stuck with her I can't take it. She tells me how to manage my diabetes in ways that aren't possible and pseudo science, she nit picks everything (sushi roll you have your backpack on wrong, sushi roll your jacket isn't right, sushi roll your pajamas are ugly), and she can't cook (vegan cheese, yeast powder, and hot dog sandwich)

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I've got a paid vacation starting march 17. It was planned earlier and happened to start exactly the first day of quarantine in our country by coincidence. Our cafe was shut down and everybody is home under quarantine, until further notice. I'm drinking tea in the comf of my house; people outside were panicking at the beginning, but it seems they've calmed down a bit.
That's it so far. Here is a picture of a blooming peach tree on my backyard.



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When the economy tanks, more people go to trade schools or study STEM as opposed to art. Studying art is seen as a bad financial decision. What kinds of cultural effects do you think this has, when art and literature are seen as frivolous?

My mom studied art because it's supposed to be enriching, even though it's not all about career goals. I was basically forced into a STEM major for economic reasons. It has a very clear career path, but that's about it.

Or do you think some good things can come of it?
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 No.612

>>446
I personally find subjects such as art, philosophy, and music to be incredibly important to humanity. Quite frankly, a large number of jobs don't require a college degree, much less one in STEM. All it takes is a decent head on your shoulders.

In fact, working in IT I have discovered people who major in any arts or philosophy to be far better than someone with a computer science degree. It takes a lot of creativity and abstract thinking to be exceptional in that field. Not someone who was only ever taught how to follow a process and think in a straight line.

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I think the average IQ of an artist has dropped because only passionate and stupid go into art. 70% of those in art colleges are often stupid because unless you got to the cream of the crop art school most art college are degree mills. A lot of people I see going to art schools are the 'I wasn't really sure what to do in college (I'm a slacker with no fore thought), but my friends said I was good at art (they usually are a big fish in a small pond, lack a grasp on fundamentals, and turd polished their way to 10,000 Instagram followers) and I like art (they like doodling art for their forgiving audience that lets them slack on their comics month on end, refuse criticism, and start shit. They would burn and crash in an actual job), so I'll go to an art school'. The only places willing to accept these types are degree mills who wont really prepare them. Stuff like pic related want to make art their career
The other 30% know what their doing and if they get into a top college they can connect enough so they can get the job they want. The other half art stuck on instgram/youtube as hobbyist who will have hard time getting professional work because they lack connections. If you look black comics, cartoons, and the like were a wild west, but now it's don't have '50 connections? Go away'.
The biggest effect I see is the 'starving artist donate to my ko-fi' will increase. As I said 705 of artist are stupid so they will suck at budgeting their limited funds, get fired from any real job, and refuse to listen to criticism. A lot of kids get high off their blind fanbase giving them commissions, but aren't ready when they become 20 and selling pic related isn't a good career choice.
This is all the digital art, and not the modern art community.

 No.626

>>446
inevitably the whole trade school meme is going to self implode because the reason trade schools were so cheap, and trade pay decent, is because nobody was going to them in the first place. Now that trade school is starting to become a popular option due to redditors constantly shilling it, the pay will decrease and the price of the schools will increase because of the increased supply of students.

 No.671

To many people will cause a bubble to burst like the other sushi roll said, but we also can't forget what trade does to the body. Being a welder, constructor, or lineman sounds good till all that hard work- climbing, carrying, smog - catches up to you in your late 30's to early 40's. Do you know how fucked the economy and the children will be one they're stuck caring for for their parents at age 40? Also trade people are hit the hardest when the economy tanks if I recall correctly

 No.687

Do art as a hobby instead, no one needs an art degree to do it



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