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New Wildcard: Comics and Cartoons -- Hard Mode ~ Non-Japanese Media

/lounge/

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 No.379[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Any drawrolls laying around?
Watcha working on.
>tfw working on drawing straight lines
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 No.2679

>>2678
You forgot to shade in the eyebrows in one frame.

 No.2681

>>2678
Makes me want to bust out that animation paper I brought but never really used for anything.

 No.2683

>>2678
how to get good at animating: ANIMATE!
drawing is just one of those things that if you do it a ton all the time you become an artist like BAM

 No.2703

>>2679
I noticed this after posting whoops
>>2681
do it!
>>2683
I need to work out a better set up so that the paper doesn't move while I'm drawing and also maybe some sort of light box so I can see through the paper a bit. And a better way of taking the pictures and stuff. It'll probably happen soon.

 No.2708

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>>2703
If you have the money to spare I'd suggest you get an animation peg bar and animation paper. Makes it all a lot easier.
Light boxes are like >$100 and pretty annoying to make though, you can get by without them it's just a bit more difficult.



/lounge/

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 No.2687[Reply]

Is this the main board of this dead site
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 No.2700

Anyone on line

 No.2702

>>2700
death grips is online

 No.2704

>>2702
Horrible band

 No.2705

>>2704
>>2700
we don't go on line for rude dudes, ron.

 No.2707

>>2705
Sorry.



/tunes/

 No.352[Reply]

Post your favorite MADs ITT.
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 No.368

>>367
>>366
lucky star is a very MAD-able show.

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 No.385

lots of good kemono friends ones.



/lounge/

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 No.1025[Reply]

Whatever comes to your mind
Keep it comfy
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 No.2614

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here's to hoping for a cold day tomorrow

 No.2615

>>2614
snow! snow! snow!
(crosses fingers)

 No.2616

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It is getting colder here and it is raining all day. The perfect weather to stay comfy at home.

 No.2645

Tomorrow's the last football game of the season at my college. It's been a fun season, but I'm glad to be done with marching band for awhile.

 No.2706

>>2616
You know what i find interesting? I spend every staying comfy at home, regardless of the time of year. However, when winter rolls around and it gets chilly and rainy, I still have that feeling of "Ah, *now* is the perfect time to do the same thing I do every day.



/hell/

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 No.743[Reply]

What other sushi rollymous imageboard sites do you frequent?
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 No.1223

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These days I rarely browse chans and rather stick with boorus. I love to dive through the pools at danbooru or enjoy some galleries at exhentai. The main difference there is that user comments are stuck to whole threads instead of shoved between the file posts, which makes it easier to ignore them entirely if necessary.

 No.1224

>>1223
>instead of shoved between the file posts
That's what makes chans special though. Threads ebb and flow in the same way that actual conversations do. It makes you feel like a part of something bigger each time you read through one.
It does for me at least.

 No.1225

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I frequent both sushichan and dreamchan fairly regularly.

Used to browse Lainchan.org before the split occurred, arisuchan feels very depressing when I visit it, so I don't go there much either.
4chan got way too crowded for me, so I only ever go there to /wsg when I'm really bored and need some cheap memes.

 No.1228

Nowadays I find it difficult to browse any image board at all. It increasingly annoys me to read about other peoples lifes, their problems, their successes.
I think the reason why I'm annoyed at this point is that I've kind of seen it all. The arguments always repeat, the topics barely vary and there are repeating attitudes towards the same controversial issues.
There is a never ending torrent of users and it is almost hopeless to come to a conclusion. More and more it seems to me that all the posters are really alone trying to express themselves while using the imageboard as a channel. And in reality all the collective similarities and the feeling of sharing certain emotions and lifestyles with others is purely accidental and a projection of ones mind. However I'm aware that this is my personal impression and it's relatively new to me as well.

Also I think I'm simply getting older and my need for direct and verbal affection is getting stronger. I have stopped searching for answers and overthinking everything. My time on the internet is shrinking and I like to be in nature or do something practical a lot more now.
Also I still like this board after all and /f/ from 4chan.

 No.1229

lainchan, arisuchan and wizchan.



/culture/

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 No.251[Reply]

Pick up your sword 'n rucksack and lets go adventuring!

 No.252

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This thread is quite a nice idea, I hope to see more of it.

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/silicon/

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 No.168[Reply]

How much does the average sushi roll's computer cost?
How many of you own fancy GPUs/processors, and how many of you prefer simpler/cheaper hardware?
Does anyone own more than 2 or 3 computers? If so, why?
As always, keep it comfy~
Thanks for your input!
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 No.654

My main machine cost about £600 back in 2011
It's had a couple of new drives and a new GPU since then, I put most of the cash into the motherboard and processor so it's aged fairly well.
The processor's an i5 2500k, easily one of the best investments I've made, 6 years on and still quicker than the average mid range processor. 3.7GHz stock, but does 4.5GHz just fine with a fanless air cooler.
It's single core performance is still up there with the best of them, which is useful for me as I use a lot of CAD and simulation software that doesn't really scale to multiple cores efficiently.
It's nice for the occasional big compilation too.
I don't play much vidya anymore, so the GPU isn't that useful to me, originally a GTX560, now a GTX970 bought from a housemate with more moARMney than sense when he upgraded to a GTX1080).

When I'm not at home I share the eternal comfiness of >>202 with a T400, though lately I've been tempted by the lightness and everlasting battery of a chromebook (Running Linux of course).
When I scrape some cash together later this year I'm going to have a go transplanting some modern low power silicon into an old T60 chassis.

 No.665

desktop is about 400 USD rn, if i earn enough to upgrade it'll jump to abt 600. I also have a laptop that was like 300, for school. I really wish i could justify buying a newer hard drive or ssd, but theres no real benefit other than convenience and they cost too much for me :(

 No.673

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My current desktop cost me ~$1000 when i purchased it, but that was in 2011. Now my motherboard is showing signs of death and I'll probably get a new CPU to go along with the replacement. I don't really play games anymore at all but for some reason I still feel the need to get top of the line stuff. Trying to keep myself from going overboard when the most I do is TF2 jump maps on weekends.

I also have a X200T, but never use the tablet function. It needs a new battery and I've been thinking about putting an SSD in it.

 No.753

>>649
Some computers you just really mesh with. I still have my first PC around, had no social life then so it was my life kinda. Have fun memories with it too, when I first reinstalled the OS I didn't have the proper drivers for the integrated graphics, so when I played video all the colours were wrong. Watched through several seasons of House MD, with all the flesh tones being blue. Not a light blue either, really intense blue. Smurf MD. Was real weird having to get used to ordinary flesh tones again after I got the drivers installed.

It was already oldish when I got it second hand, but it worked just fine for me. So many hours of morrowind and UT99 on there, years of MSN.

Had to use it a while not so long ago since my new main PC broke and I had no budget to get replacement parts, were stuck with links and lynx for web browsing since modern internet took forever to load on a "real" browser even with scripts disabled. Then some time later I realised the RPi I had laying around actually had better specs than the full size PC without sounding like an airplane taking off. Think it had a Coppermine processor at 533Mhz, only computer I actually remember the CPU name of. Never cared about any other enough to commit in memory longer than needed to copy paste it.

I'm so disappointed that I threw out the CRT I used it with back in the day. I really miss that charming KA-CHUNK when you turned it on. Pavlovian response of getting comfortable in your chair, exploring the internet while it was still exciting. Greeting your long distance friends in the chat.

All those memories you got with that special piece of machinery, your wings that let you fly.

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$100 Thinkpad X200s, 1.86ghz. I don't like 16:9 screens. And after experiencing how handy and comfortable the nub is, I mourn on newer laptops. The only comfy (with nub and 8:5 screen) laptop newer than mine that I could find is X201.



/lounge/

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 No.2528[Reply]

hello fellow rolls
i just wanted to come here and say

uwu

that is all. thank you for reading my first ever post!
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 No.2677

What's with this owo thing?

 No.2680

>>2677
It's fun!

 No.2692

ow0

 No.2698

What's this?

 No.2701

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>>2680
No. It's not.



/kitchen/

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 No.23[Reply]

Can we talk about dishes that don't require a lot of effort to cook?
Do you have some tips to make a relatively simple dish taste great, or maybe enhance something that doesn't even need to cooked?
For example, for the most delicious cheese toast ever, try to spread a layer thin or thick, don't be afraid to experiment!
of mayo on a slice of bread should be a really soft type of bread, white farmhouse is perfect. Avoid thin slices then cook on a frying pan with the mayo facing down. While the breads cooks, put the cheese on it so it can melt. Fry until the mayo side is of a golden color. Do the same for the other slice of bread.

I dunno if anyone else knew about this, most people just build the sandwich and pop it in the oven.
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 No.399

>>79
one of the problems with instant ramen is, that the noodles are often deepfried to speed up the production (and thus contain alot of unhealthy fat)

 No.402

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>>23
I tried some basic cooking this month, here are some recipes :

>Croque-Monsieur

Put a slice of ham on a slice of bread, and spread the sauce of your choice on it. Then add a slice of cheese (or grinned cheese) on top, and then another slice of bread. Put it in a pan on low heat and flip it once in a while, until the cheese melt and the bread toast.

>Cucumber toasts

Spread thick cream on top of a slice of cereal bread, and sprinkle some herbs on top (I use chive). Then just top it up with cucumber slices and it's done!

>Tuna salad

Mix canned tuna, mayo and avocado, make sure that the avocados are soft enough to get mashed.

>Poutine

Cut potatoes in small bits and put them in the pan until they are cooked, then add grinned cheese and BBQ sauce. If you have an oven you can do the same with fries.

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 No.411

Cheese Omelette:

- 4 eggs (use a big pan, non-stick or seasoned pan)
- splash of milk
- cheese (grated or cut)
- salt and pepper

Heat pan with butter or oil on low heat.
Mix eggs, milk, salt and pepper in bowl.
Once pan is hot, pour in the mixture.
Wait until you can put a spatula under the egg mixture without it breaking (about 5 minutes)
Fold 1/3 of the omelette toward the center.
Put cheese on top of folded bit and in the center (it will become the glue that holds it together)
Wait a bit for the cheese to melt.
Fold the other end of the omelette on top of the cheese.
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 No.412

Tuna & Rice
It's a super easy dish that I quite like.

Ingredients:
rice
tuna
mayonnaise
peas -> optional
tomatoes -> optional

You should cook the rice and then mix it with the tuna and the mayo until everything is even mixed. You can add peas to the mix if you like them and even carve some tomatoes and put the rice inside it (my grandma used to do that) and it's good as well.



/wildcard/

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 No.351[Reply]

For me, it was bone

It was drawn really well, it had incredible world building, and it was overall an epic experience

I remember renting pic related from the library during summer vacation and spending hours upon hours in the playhouse/swing thing (you know what I'm talking about) trying to read as far as I could. It was this really special feeling, and as far as I could remember, it was the first time I was truly emotionally invested in a piece of media
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 No.363

>>362
Few pieces of media are closer to my heart than Calvin and Hobbes.

 No.364

>>362
I used to read the localized Calvin and Hobbes magazines, until I realized no new stories were being made, and the local publisher just kept reprinting the same old ones.

I should buy them collected in books. Even tho the same ones got printed over and over, I still loved reading those stories.

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 No.366

>>365
Yeah was looking at that yesterday. It's a bit pricey, so I think I'll get a copy for myself as a christmas gift once I'm done with exams.

 No.367

>>356
>>359
I've use to read these two all the time and also Garfield and some Peanuts ones.



/tunes/

 No.336[Reply]

I'm a city dweller who's a big fan of hip hop. While I enjoy the harder stuff too, this place seems like the perfect spot to share the smoother, comfier parts of the genre that I love. Whenever I come by, I plan to share a track or two that I find comfy, and the situations I often find myself listening to them in. Hopefully you enjoy some of what I post!

Noname is almost exclusively for the summer. When the weather is warm and the flowers have bloomed, I'll put on her album Telefone and go for a walk.
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 No.342

I've been so busy, now that university is back in session! I have to wake up rather early every day, and since I don't drink coffee it can be rough sometimes.

With the weather cooling and school in session, I'm listening to a lot more east coast hip hop. Your Old Droog has some great tracks to start a day off with, and a really nostalgic sound that reminds me of my city.

 No.343

>>336
Love Telefone myself, sushi! An extremely comfy song from a great album.

 No.346

hehe i like jazz riffs and loops.

 No.347

hot off the press:
https://soundcloud.com/konbiniradio/sets/paris-l-a-bruxelles-red-bull

Alchemist killing it as per.

 No.384

Does anyone else listen to hip-hop mainly for the beats, the rhymes being secondary?



/lounge/

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 No.2106[Reply]

Does anyone here actually have a regular social life?
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 No.2610

>>2568
>>2607
I like to think that the details of an exchange aren't the important part–at the end of the day, most of us just want to talk with nice people. If you're a kind and genuine person (and I can't imagine a sushi not being those things) you might be surprised at how much people enjoy your company. Just a thought.

 No.2669

>>2286
what are you living for? 80h should be minimum for us

 No.2670

>>2106
I have a few friends that I mostly talk to online since I live far from them. Other than that, I meet some people from time to time, but the friendship is superficial and I mostly go to their events in hopes of meeting more people. I don't think I have a personality suited to hang out with most people regularly and it's difficult to find common ground with most people.

 No.2686

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>>2284
Well I quit that job a month ago. Since then I've become a hermit once more. I rarely leave my house, can't even will myself to get food and smokes some days. I still have my one social media(Snapchat), but rarely talk or post on there anymore. All the work I put into improving myself this year has come full circle and I feel awful. This year was truly one of the best years I've had in a long time, and I want next year to be even better(doubt it sadly), but to even reach a fraction of this satisfaction would require me to do something drastic between now and the end of the month. I can't go back to being a recluse because I can't manage myself on my own. I need some sort of motivation. I thought I might be able to solitarily motive myself by working on a project like a game, a music project, maybe some sort of traveling. I still think I can do this, but I just have to do it. I don't want my happiness to be dependent on others, but at the same time, I want a healthy connection to somebody or some body of organization.

I'm going on a family trip this weekend, so maybe that will inspire me once more. I'd also like to get another job after the holidays.

 No.2697

Oh shit, this is so me
I came down all the way from being the most popular and honorable kid in the class, protecting the weak, gentlemaning ladies and helping out and consultibg teachers on discipline to havin two guys I occasionally go out with feeling comfortable. Dropped out this year after a gap year since I never really wanted to be there anyways (parents). Couple of mental disfunctions, but im really looking forward for the next year to start having a job and trying to keep myself busy with my hobbies. And of course get the fuck out of this town asap.



/yakuza/

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 No.619[Reply]

Merorin


/lounge/

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 No.2576[Reply]

Hello there, I am a foreign entity that has chosen to spawn here. I am required by natural and spiritual law, to present myself in some form or shape that resemples something of your own, but as will be seen, I am not very good at pretending. I am not like you. I stand alone on this ground, and I am merely asking for a helping hand.

Can I stay a while here, and warm my weak soul on the comfortable glow of your hearts in here, and let my heart grow as vibrant and soothing as yours?
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 No.2646

>>2630
I love you too sushiroll.
We all got problems. I got mine.
I'm sorry if mine weren't interesting enough for you.

<3

 No.2647

>>2618
I think he meant Argentinian. I think.

 No.2663

>>2647
Nah, arg as in argument I presume. For programming. It's just still a very vague question.
>>2611
>>2618
To give a more refined answer;

You never defined what "this" is. Thread start post? Your reply?
And what is it passed to?

But if we go for generalities, of course it's an arg. It's just that if you don't know what the effect on the function is, or what the function even is to begin with, you can't tell in advance what the arg will cause. And undefined behaviour leads to bugs if you're after a certain of finite states. You're just playing with glitches at that point.

You have to be more precise with your arguments if you're after a certain result or answer. Don't expect real answers to bogus input feed. Don't except answers from the correct entity if you don't even specify if you're calling host or guest system. You're just shouting into the wind.

 No.2666

>>2663
>>2647
are you two baiting or something? He very clearly meant alternate reality game

 No.2685

>>2666
Different words same intention.
If you give no argument, how could the reality alternate? No arg no ARG. Single state machines tend to be uninteresting.



/lounge/

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 No.294[Reply]

This was one of my favourite threads on the old sushichan. Post comfortable audiovisual experiences utilising the WebMatroska container format.

The audio is: Boards of Canada - roygbiv
The video is of San Francisco in 1905.
https://www.loc.gov/item/00694408/
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 No.2656

>>2654
This tune has been spooking around my mind for so long. Finally I found out the name by searching up the lyrics: Ningyou Hime by glorious Rie Tanaka. At first I thought this was Hello Little Girl by Yoko Hikasa.

 No.2658

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finding a hobby that you really enjoy isn't as easy as it sounds, no?

 No.2668

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video: The Last Movie (1971, Dennis Hopper)
audio: 光と影の誘惑 by REBECCA

 No.2682

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>>1113
I know that street!

Boston really is a cozy city.

 No.2684

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