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    Quote Originally Posted by Haroo Husky View Post
    Hugs. Hugs make me happy. =3



    Why not pizza? It's the most amazing food on earth! O: And I really like coffee (especially with cream) except it makes my stomach sick... >w<
    Pizza is great. Just not with coffee to drink. The flavors clash too much.
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    It really makes me happy when things I sew go right, like that blanket I'm working on. I still need to get pictures of that thing. I started a little bag too since I have a bunch of fabric to use up.
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    This Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_2...1l9nybp5oOB9lQ
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    No matter what happens, I will have always produced more visible work on my solo project than Ken Penders has on his in the last five years.

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    That wash of relief the moment you get home and sit down in the chair/couch after pulling a bullshit overtime shift.

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    Watching Xhaolin Showdown makes me happy!
    “Do you have any idea how that made me feel inside? Furious! Outraged! Sick with anger!”
    —Lord Ghirahim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haroo Husky View Post
    Watching Xhaolin Showdown makes me happy!
    Aw dude that brings back so many memories
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    The uguu uguu.

    Not the weeb things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlaringFeline View Post
    It really makes me happy when things I sew go right, like that blanket I'm working on. I still need to get pictures of that thing. I started a little bag too since I have a bunch of fabric to use up.
    Ooh, sewing! Sewing does make me happy... When it goes right, I mean. ^^; (Picking out stitches is NOT fun.) I kind of want to revive one of the sewing threads, but I haven't actually sewn much lately except for a wonky plush ball. It came out football-shaped because I forgot to account for the stretch of the fleece. ah well, I don't think the kid I made it for (my cousin's son) cares, as long as he can play with it. XD

    I would like to start making plushies again sometimes. The only obstacle, really, is doing patterns. Patterns are not fun for me. >>;

    Quote Originally Posted by Haroo Husky View Post
    Watching Xhaolin Showdown makes me happy!
    Ooh, I remember that show! I do tend to enjoy watching shows from when I was younger, heh. (I think I mentioned I'm watching Megaman, but a while back I was marathoning Jackie Chan Adventures and Ultimate Muscle. Never finished either of them though. Whoops.)


    I've been in a bit of an art slump lately, not being happy enough with my drawings to finish them. Today, though, I was away from the computer pretty much all day, and decided to go back to pencil and paper for drawing, rather than doing it digitally... Made a world of difference. I actually finished some drawings for once! (Three, in fact!)

    I do want to continue practicing digital sketching, but for now, I think I prefer to do most of the drawing traditionally, then outline/color/shade after scanning it.

    Anyways, I'm really, really happy that I got to finish some drawings for once. It's been a few weeks since I last finished something, I think, so this feels pretty great.

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    You should probably join their forums: http://formulafusion.co.uk/index.php?/forums/

    I've streamed a bit last week, had fun with the FOV setting.
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    It's definitely closer to the original WipEout in terms of how unforgiving hitting the walls can be. The general motion of it though once you stop pinballing is closer to Pure (though without the pitch control).
    "To tell us that every species of thing is endowed with an occult specific quality by which it acts and produces manifest effects, is to tell us nothing; but to derive two or three general principles of motion from phenomena, and afterwards to tell us how the properties and actions of all corporeal things follow from those manifest principles, would be a very great step." -Issac Newton, Optics
    "You are what you do not do." - Relax

 

 

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