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03 August 2012 - 07:27 PMWell, since it's been a fair bit of time since I last frequented this place, I figure it's time to reintroduce myself.
So yeah hey, how are y'all doing?
QuoteSup this is BeachSideCheese, and I hail from North Carolina. I play a fair bit of video games, play guitar,and love to sleep. Nice to meet ya'll.
Sadly not much has really changed since my last introduction, except for the fact I'm trying out long hair for once, and I work out in a parking lot for a living.
Anyways, good to be back, hope y'all feel the same.
02 August 2012 - 10:11 PM
Many people do find their style through emulation, yes, I was referring to the very same "anime god" argument here, actually, and hence speaking generally. (Which I tried to represent by using passive "one" instead of... well, some other structure. I'm sorry if that was unclear.)
If everyone could understand everyone everytime, it'd probably be a boring world.
I did not want to imply this, either. I wished to say that if all one does is emulation they'll only learn to emulate.
That said, I have followed this thread (lazily) ever since it was initially created. The join date or posts on this account do not necessarily equate to the first time I've been on these forums. It is very possible to view threads without logging in, for instance.
Fair enough. Not like I have any room to talk on my argument when my comment yesterday was like the first one I've done here in I'm guessing a few months anyway.
And as Taeshi said on the debates not really looked down upon. You should dig around a bit through some of the older threads and see some of the ones people here got into. Some can get pretty damn harsh at points but you might be in for a good laugh or three depending on your sense of humor.
01 August 2012 - 10:07 PM
It's a silly stylisation. First of all eyes wouldn't generally even be hidden below hair, and secondly drawing them that way just seems very lazy. As if you wanted both to hide the face and to show it. Silly.
First off we're just gonna get this out of the way and say that opinions are things everyone should have. I'm not gonna fault you for it though some might and will.
And it is indeed this young lady I need to point it out to for, as far as I know, she is not obliged to follow any style set by other people. And shouldn't be. If all one does is emulating someone else they'll never develop their own style, which is either just sad or both sad and detrimental to their artistic growth.
Telling me to simply get out for pointing out a matter that irks me is also somewhat rude. I sincerely hope you won't do it again for I meant no offense. And if you do, I'm expecting you to provide a reasonable argument for why exactly I am wrong.
Anyone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong, but don't many people find their own style through emulation? No one truly has their own at the start and uses the works of others as a starting point. Eventually after branching off through all kinds of different styles one would make their own through something radically different or an amalgam of what they've learned before.
Anyways, I think you may be jumping the gun on saying Tiggy is stunting her own artistic growth. I mean you just commented on this page when? Like two days ago?