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A true Master of MS Paint
Paul whoknows
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September 2004
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LennyLen
Member #5,313
December 2004
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That's nothing! In half the time, I did a much better job:

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Marco Radaelli
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December 2002
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:o

Sporus
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August 2003
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Neat. The guy's other videos are worth a watch too; the Brolsma painted with chocolate and the Spurlock done with fries and ketchup were pretty sweet. :)

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GullRaDriel
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September 2003
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This guy rocks ! We were killed ... me, and my poor paint skills .

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BAF
Member #2,981
December 2002
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That reminds me of an old screensaver my grandmother had on her computer, and it would paint stuff like that. I used to sit and watch it when I was bored. :P

Kibiz0r
Member #6,203
September 2005
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My sister, when I showed her this:

galadriel101 •Apr 6, 3:53am Helpful? yes / no
Horrible drag queen foreground with a minimaly developed background. Mona Lisa threw-up in her mouth a bit.

Art History majors...

OICW
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November 2003
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I saw another video where some guy draws Porsche GT3, it look cool too. Enjoy.

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Samuel Henderson
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August 2003
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Wow, that guy is good. I have a friend who does all his stuff in MS Paint. Most of it does not look too bad. I haven't seen anything of this quality produced using paint though.

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Rampage
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December 2002
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I saw it two weeks ago. I thought it was old, so I didn't make a post about it.

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relpatseht
Member #5,034
September 2004
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Don't you know the rule, Rampage?
Nothing is old until it is posted here, at which time it has existed for what may as well be years and has, quite obviously, been seen by every sentient being ever to walk the planet, including the dead and electronically impaired.

Kibiz0r
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September 2005
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All the "Draw [thing] in MS Paint" stuff is old, but it's always entertaining for some reason.

bamccaig
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July 2006
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Having very limited drawing ability I'm very impressed by it. Then again, as I watched the majority of the Porche video (skipped through most of the Mona Lisa) at the end I thought...

"However long this took (obviously a ton more than 7 minutes) at the end all you have is a static picture of a Porche... A digital camera can do it in seconds."

At least if he took the time to model and texture 3D objects he could have programmers bring them to life afterward.

For me, high quality computer generated images such as those used in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children are far more beautiful than any painting I've seen.

Dustin Dettmer
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October 2003
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Quote:

I saw it two weeks ago. I thought it was old, so I didn't make a post about it.

Ditto

Arthur Kalliokoski
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February 2005
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I wouldn't be surprised if he took a scanned photo of Mona Lisa and made a proglet to "unpaint" it (with some hand editing) and play the frames in reverse.

Nothing matters and what if it did

Dustin Dettmer
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October 2003
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Arthur said:

I wouldn't be surprised if ...

I would be.

gnolam
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March 2002
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bamccaig said:

For me, high quality computer generated images such as those used in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children are far more beautiful than any painting I've seen.

Or maybe you're just a final fantasy fanboy. I base this guess on the 11-line sig you have going there.

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bamccaig
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July 2006
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Anybody else have zero respect for anyone that uses the term fanboy ever? ???

It's not just Final Fantasy, however, Square Enix does seem to do it better than the rest. I even prefer PlayStation graphics, like Metal Gear Solid, to anything painted.

I do appreciate airbrushing cars and tattooing though. :D Those can be done well enough to meet my approval.

Rampage
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December 2002
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Anybody else have zero respect for anyone that uses the term fanboy ever? ???

Only fanboys do.

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Kibiz0r
Member #6,203
September 2005
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There is a lot of merit to digital animation, I say as I sit in my Modelling and Animation class. You can do things in it that are impossible in any other medium, and the wide variety of styles exceeds traditional art forms, I think.

@gnolam:
As for bamccaig being a fanboy... I see it, too. But, whatever, if he likes FF a lot, that's fine. You seem to like being cynical a lot. Perhaps we should call you a cynicboy? :D

Rampage
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December 2002
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What are you, the defender of fanboys? "Oh, someone is picking on us fanboys, what will we do?" "Call Kibiz0r, he'll save us!"

-R

Onewing
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August 2005
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Quote:

Anybody else have zero respect for anyone that uses the term fanboy ever?

I have zero respect for people who call me American. That's okay though, because I have a zero tolerance policy, so it's tolerable.

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bamccaig
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July 2006
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Kibiz0r said:

You seem to like being cynical a lot. Perhaps we should call you a cynicboy?

I'm not cynical. I just don't follow the crowd. There seem to be a lot of cynical people on Allegro.cc that don't like that about me.

I think for myself and apparently on Allegro.cc that's frowned upon. ::)

Rampage said:

What are you, the defender of fanboys? "Oh, someone is picking on us fanboys, what will we do?" "Call Kibiz0r, he'll save us!"

And then you have the followers.

Dustin Dettmer
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October 2003
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Rampage said:

... "Call Kibiz0r, he'll save us!"

He is striving for redemption from the Allegro Gods. Treat him well, for one day he may become your savior.

Onewing
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August 2005
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Or maybe you're just a final fantasy fanboy. I base this guess on the 11-line sig you have going there.

@bamccaig: Let me try to rephrase my point above. What's so bad about being a fanboy? I'm a ff fanboy, as pointed out by a.ccers when I first got here. Yeah, I'm biased towards ff for the most part, maybe they even think less of me because of it, so what? Besides, as I quoted gnolam above, he does have a very good reason to consider you a fanboy. ;)

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