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  1. Just watched my brother (not the one with the kids) put some Cool Whip on his apple pie, a little judgmentally since vanilla ice cream suits apple pie better. Whatever, he's an adult and can make his own decisions. 

    So then he goes to the freezer and grabs the ice cream to put on his pie. Yes. This madlad put both Cool Whip and ice cream on his slice of pie.

    I chuckled a lot at this point. There is no way that isn't going to taste like poison.


    I suppose the Thanksgiving holiday is about consuming as much processed sugar as you can fit in a bowl for lunch.

  2. Context behind the chibi style?

    Jeepers, my eyes keep watering at Aaron's drawings, why is that...
  3. Reading some old-timey comics



    1. DragonMage156


      I didn't ready that in a horse-like voice at first XD

  4. Decent Webcomics

    There are at least forty million free-to-read comics on the internet. Some of them are bound to be good, though they may not be immediately discoverable in the rancid webcomic swamps. Recommend some good ones you've found with a little description in terms of genre and stuff. Paranatural by Zack Morrison. Urban fantasy, (copied from website) Paranatural is a comedy/action comic about a group of superpowered middle schoolers fighting evil spirits and investigating paranormal activity in their hometown. Tiger, Tiger by Petra Nordlund. Fantasy, (copied from website) A young noble lady steals her brother's identity and his ship to sail across the world to find love and adventure, and to write a book about her favourite subject: the fascinating life cycle of sea sponges! It should be noted that this comic may contain some mature content in future updates. Currently it's just the occasional swear, but that may escalate. Lavender Jack by Dan Schkade. Thriller/mystery (ctrl+v) What begins as a simple game of cat and mouse leads the two opposing forces of Detective Ferrier and Lavender Jack down a rabbit hole of mysterious organizations, betrayal, and lost love. Lackadaisy by Tracy J. Butler. (ctrl+v) Q. What's this comic about? A. It's about a gang of tenacious (if not shady) characters running a St. Louis speakeasy in the era of Prohibition. I suppose it falls somewhere in the realm of historical fiction, parody, dark comedy, and abject nonsense. Rising Sand by Ty Dunitz and Jenn Lee. Fantasy. (ctrl+v) Erj is a world kept alight by a sun that has orbited faithfully since recorded memory—and now, that faith is faltering. A band of extraordinarily unlikely heroes will try and keep the sky itself from falling while facing threats they could never have imagined. So, you know, the usual. Due to extreme graphic violence and the occasional boob, Rising Sand is for mature readers only. Hopefully, you’ve read this page. Honourable mention goes to Never Satisfied by Taylor Robin. An on-going webcomic about Lucy Marlowe, a magician's apprentice competing against other apprentices for an important magical government position, dealing with issues of class differences and how hard it can be to understand others. Happy reading.
  5. Dupe-A-Day!

    keepin' it spooky in October, with that one spooky thing I made up. Asteroid's haunted.
  6. I need Art advice... again, for a concept

    Keep in mind that the Klei devs and animators are working with much different tools than you, so it is unfair to yourself to compare your art to theirs. I'd recommend not drawing every single raindrop, but rather finding a different sort of shortcut. For example (assuming you will be using pencil), shade the background as you please and then use a sharp eraser to take out some lines. Rain drops IRL are not super distinct and visible since they move so quickly, so you may want to try simulating that. This way you won't have to shade around each and every raindrop, making the background look weird. Tip for shading (again assuming you are using pencil) You can use a paper towel or tissue to smear the graphite around, making it much smoother. This way you may be able to get a cloudy look without needing to meticulously make sure your pencil equally covers every square millimetre of the paper. If we are looking up at the shopkeeper, we should be looking at the underside of their umbrella. You can retain the mystery by shading the interior of the umbrella and the shopkeeper's head as darkly as you can. Lastly, I'd say your background is pretty good already. However, in the lower left at least, the trees are too regular in size and height. Maybe make the leftmost two a single larger tree to add some variation. Good luck.
  7. Some of the skin tones don't seem to fit all that well with the overall colour aesthetic of the game. Things were probably kept minimal for the sake of consistency... or minimalism or file sizes or somethin I dunno Yo @Savin, Watermelen seeks knowledge.
  8. Book Club

    This forum is probably not the best place to try this... but I'm giving it a go anyway. Ya like books? I know ya like vidya garms, but it's good fun to embrace other media as well. Personally I find that, as much as I love video games and as strong as stories as they may have, they don't scratch every itch. Novels are their own beast, as are movies, shows, and games. I'd consider putting comics in another category as well. Excuse me a moment as I wax lyrical about storytelling: Sorry. Had to get that out. The book that spurred me to post this was Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, which I enjoyed more than I could have expected. It could be that I simply forgot how much I enjoyed reading, or it could be that I was reading a genre I haven't really explored ever and found the freshness pleasing. Indeed, I'm the sort of person who abhors romantic subplots anywhere and everywhere, but when it's a more primary focus of the story, it is much more palatable. Anything that feels stuck-on, or merely added to check off a requirement, makes for a crappy read, but a well-planned, well-written, and thoughtful romance actually doesn't suck, to my slight surprise. Of course, it's all a matter of taste, and it seems I'm more susceptible to sentimental nonsense and drama than I had previously thought. Possibly uncomfortable points: It should be noted that Jane Eyre is also considered a gothic novel, and isn't entirely romance-centric. Other stuff happens too, such as child abuse. Personally, I related to the titular character Jane (and her quest to become a valued, but not submissive, person) quite closely. That probably helped a lot with my enjoyment of the book, for as fun as it is to read something new and foreign to your mind, there is something to be said for familiarity. It is also fascinating to consider how old this book is, and how people haven't really changed much aside social expectations. This book is by no means perfect, naturally. A lot of the complaints to be had with it are "product of its time" things. Some of these points may really bother some people though, such as a flavour of racism and British imperialism. Oh, and that, uh, spoilerly thing TL;DR: Read Jane Eyre, liked it, wanted to share my love of books. Has anyone read anything lately? Pretty much anything counts; it doesn't have to be a classic, fiction, or even a physical book. Audiobooks count as well. And remember, even if you think you have no time for such frivolous things as reading, even a few pages before bed every night will get you through even the vastest tome eventually. Audiobooks are popular because they enable people to multitask. You can do it! Hopefully you find something you like-- and here is the place to rave about it.
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    @DragonMage156 I have good reason to believe that Jouste was perfectly fine and, in fact, attending a wedding.


    1. DragonMage156


      Oh... Heck, I need to change it. Damn I thought it was the flu or something (the devs didn't say! ^^;; )

  10. What games have you been playing?

    Can confirm that Later Alligator is amazing.
  11. Thanksgiving meme: "Behaviour of the Extended Family regarding Politics" Kinda glad I'm working this weekend. Have a nice holiday, Canadian folks.
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    1. Russian Philin
    2. ResettePlayer


      The Holy Algorithm favours me! I have conquered Instagram as well.


    3. Russian Philin

      Russian Philin

      It's cool =) 

  13. Book Club

    Read Pablo by Julie Birmant and Clement Oubrerie. A Graphic biography of Pablo Picasso. Award winning, apparently. Maybe I'm not artistic or bohemian enough to appreciate it, 'cos it felt like it didn't make very good use of it's hefty 342 pages. Some pages and spreads tried to do interesting things, and honestly I would have preferred less pages that do more, yanno? It was fine. It's intent was to show the earlier days of Picasso's career, and it did that. In the end, it felt like it was more about Fernande, Picasso's main girlfriend and narrator of the book, but I understand that it was probably a good choice to show Picasso's weirdness from an outside perspective. There were areas of needless fluff that I suppose were there to make it more fun. It was fine. More for entertainment than information certainly.
  14. That moment when you realise you're just an NPC in everyone else's story.





  15. "Other Grafts" and "Other Cards" have a random NPC put in there. As you can see, it's a completely different dude whenever it's loaded up.
  16. While we're on the topic, I'm gonna bet an imaginary shill that Smith's name will be/has been changed as well.
  17. Holy heck this is some high-level stuff!! You make very good use of hard edges and painterly rendering. I love how expressive Woodie and the spider are, and your comic layouts are very good as well! Thanks for sharing!
  18. dokinary's gallery

    This is some good draughtsmanship! I really like your use of texture while keeping things very simple. Welcome to the forums! Feel free to post as much as you like.
  19. why did you join the klei forums?

    'Cos I wanted to post my terrible Don't Starve fanart. Things are slightly different now. My art is less bad and I've fallen for Oxygen Not Included and Griftlands.
  20. There probably is not a way to express my profound disappointment in the state of popular culture nowadays.


    The amount of scrolling it takes to see any comic Jughead--the true Jughead-- is way too much.

    I understand that this is the dumbest thing to be furious about, but ****

    1. ResettePlayer


      Hypocrite alert: it's been a long time since I've read anything Archie or Jughead related. Will amend that soon.

    2. minespatch


      Just stick with Archie's Weird Mysteries.

      Your reaction reminds me over the popularity of Umbrella Academy and seeing how they massacred my fun baby.:wilson_cry:

  21. Hopefully. Every time I hear "Falcon" in the context of a name my brain just
  22. The Cute Animal Thread

    Temperatures have dropped to the point where I'm responsible for keeping these two losers warm.
  23. My brain keeps calling him Lex Luthor.
  24. Looks like our boy Agala drew some promotional art for Crypt of the Necrodancer.


    I don't know where to find the full illustration, unfortunately.

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    2. DragonMage156
    3. minespatch


      Jeff has such a strong hand at perspective and action.:wilson_goodjob:

    4. DragonMage156


      And we have the man himself on team Klei >u>