This chessboard.

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kapparomeo
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Re: This chessboard.

Post by kapparomeo » Sun Aug 29, 2010 8:11 am

(Gruff, husky, gravelly voice)

"Disability has changed. It's no longer about deformity, incapacity, or exclusion. It's an endless series of sexy delights evoked by amateur game coders and their fans. Disability, and its impairment of life, has become a well-oiled machine. Cute girls carry cute tics, use cute prosthetics. Hitherto unknown public consciousness enhances and regulates their wider exposure. Genetic control. Ambulatory control. Emotion control. Social control. Psychoses are monitored, and kept under control. Disability has changed. The age of cloistering has become the age of open participation. All in the name of avoiding treating different people patronisingly. And he who controls public morals, controls history. Disability has changed. When attitudes are under total control, disability... becomes accepted."
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Climatic
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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Climatic » Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:16 am

YOU FORGOT THE HOLES ON THE RAISED TILES
<duanemoody> you're ruining the illusion of craftsmanship we see in every commercial for some product
<duanemoody> like cheese
<duanemoody> it has to be a bearded intense man in a leather smock hyperfocusing on sculpting some pointless detail
<duanemoody> badly lit for maximum contrast
<duanemoody> LIKE THIS, visual novels are made

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Juno » Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:27 am

raemz wrote:this answers your guys questions about the box. edited with exclamation pts
Weee <3
And thus they were even more disabled than ever before.

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Metals » Sun Aug 29, 2010 12:38 pm

Image

WHAT'S IN THE BOOOOOOOX.

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by EDiot » Sun Aug 29, 2010 12:53 pm

TipsyRooster wrote:
Caesius wrote:what's in the box
what's in the box
what's in the box
what's in the box
what's in the box
what's in the box

WHAT'S IN THE BOX????
Kenji's dick in a box.
beat me to it goddamn.

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Guest » Sun Aug 29, 2010 1:35 pm

kapparomeo wrote:
(Gruff, husky, gravelly voice)

"Disability has changed. It's no longer about deformity, incapacity, or exclusion. It's an endless series of sexy delights evoked by amateur game coders and their fans. Disability, and its impairment of life, has become a well-oiled machine. Cute girls carry cute tics, use cute prosthetics. Hitherto unknown public consciousness enhances and regulates their wider exposure. Genetic control. Ambulatory control. Emotion control. Social control. Psychoses are monitored, and kept under control. Disability has changed. The age of cloistering has become the age of open participation. All in the name of avoiding treating different people patronisingly. And he who controls public morals, controls history. Disability has changed. When attitudes are under total control, disability... becomes accepted."
Emi, what's wrong? Emi? EEEEEEEEEEEMMMMIIIIIIIIIIII!

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Silentcook » Sun Aug 29, 2010 2:00 pm

Oi, go a mite easier on the general spazzing, quoting and reaction-imaging, people. :|
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Re: This chessboard.

Post by thursdaypostal » Sun Aug 29, 2010 2:39 pm

I know it's been said. But the black squares are missing holes.

The pieces would just topple over or wobble.

It is driving me nuts.

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by thursdaypostal » Sun Aug 29, 2010 2:41 pm

Sorry, that was a bit rude. It looks very good otherwise. Very clean and soft.

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Kazuki » Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:17 pm

Only on the internet can a box be worshiped like a god.
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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Csihar » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:43 pm

Know what would have made this a lot less painful?

Fucking magnets.
"I don't care," said Pierre, "I'm from France."

Now in handy DeviantArt form.


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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Juno » Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:13 pm

Adding the holes on the board was possibly the least difficult task by far. You'd still have to have raised black squares to distinguish them.

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Re: This chessboard.

Post by Kazuki » Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:47 pm

Csihar wrote:Know what would have made this a lot less painful?

Fucking magnets.
We can't use magnets; no one knows how they even work.
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Re: This chessboard.

Post by neumanproductions » Sun Aug 29, 2010 11:16 pm

Ichijo.jpg
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Re: This chessboard.

Post by TheFoxy » Mon Aug 30, 2010 2:55 pm

Amazing what people expect to be in a random box...

But why didn't you use the 3D model? There are great renders (is that the correct word?) that can make a 3d model look like a 2D illustration. And since you can use layers, you can render each part differently. Drawing/painting it from scratch sounds more like forced labor than art... Not that I really know what I'm talking about though. :mrgreen:

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