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 No.58261[Reply]

Just watched a Shawn Keller interview last night, and I have to say, he's quite possibly one of the most wizardly animators alive today.
>60+ year old virgin
>A man that has no need for *o*en, only making cartoons
>He can pump out a completed professional 11 minute cartoon in under a month, something an entire studio takes 10 months to make
>Dude's been around the oldschool comic fetish/furfag communities before even usenet existed, got fucked over by furries he was kind enough to help out, but still forgives them, like a wizardly furry Jesus
The interview's still up on YouTube, and they're going to be doing another one today at 3:25pm EST. It'll be streamed here cytu(dot)be(slash)r(slash)mlp-con2
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 No.58271

>>58269
God what I would give for some official Maid Marian porn.

 No.61590

>>58261
This guy was a professional Disney animator but i'm wondering where you're getting this 60+ year old virgin stuff from? yes i know this post was made a year ago.

 No.61597

>>61590
It's baseless projection.

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 No.64479

amiga 500 wiz



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 No.64286[Reply]

ITT we post pictures and discuss our love for parks.
When did you realize you loved parks?
What is your favorite thing about parks?
What is your first memory of a park?
What is your favorite memory of a park?
How often do you dream of parks?
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 No.64357

%%

 No.64359

>>64339
>>64341
lol bullshit

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 No.64362

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Modest park with cute bench and classic green trash barrel.

 No.64396

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Cool bench.



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 No.57193[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Piss-off-your-mom-being-in-kitchen-all-day-and-not-cleaning edition

Last thread: >>26323

Recipe links:
http://ck.booru.org/index.php
http://www.wikihow.com/Category:Recipes
http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/gefp/episodebyorder.htm
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 No.64029

>>64027
Nice. the last Shepherd's Pie I made was with venison. Came out great

 No.64031

>>64027
meat pie?

 No.64033

>>64027
I didn't know pictures had the prism effect switched on.

 No.64101

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potato stuffed flatbread, holy fuck rolling out the breads was way too much work. I'll probably just eat the filling instead next time. Also my pan was too small

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Pork's feet. It's delicious, there is a high proportion of bone, but its a great thickener, and I love sucking the marrow.


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 No.60202[Reply]

Anyone here interested in researching serial killers? I find some of their backstories and psychiatric evaluations really interesting…
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 No.64153

>>64151
All homos have some unresolved mental condition

 No.64165

>>64153
Does fantasizing about homosexual rape (recieving end) as a straight wiz count as being a homo?

 No.64167

>>64165
depends;is the rapist a muscular, hairy man or an androginous,boyish femboy?

 No.64170

>>64167
Any… This is for my wizfriend btw.

 No.64172

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he is a gang leader(narco/los zetas) and not a serial killer, but he personally executed 320 hand-tied inmigrants so I guess he counts. (mexicans bitch about USA border but they themselves kill central american inmigrants like its nothing)



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 No.64109[Reply]

I've found myself perusing books written by governments. It's really weird, because it feels like some bureaucrat spent an immense amount of time studying, compiling, and writing up a book that feels so oddly disconnected to them. Some of them are well known:
The 9/11 Commission Report
The Army Survival Field Manual
Some are stuff you'd never hear about normally, but it makes sense that some people would know about them:
Airplane flying handbook
https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/airplane_handbook
But what I really find interesting are the ones that are really obscure and clearly had loads of work put into them, or so ridiculously specialized that you wonder who wanted it, or you'd figure there's already a textbook about it why would the government want their own? E.g.:
A book about Mulberries
https://archive.org/details/mulberryothersil119oliv/page/n1/mode/2up
A report about U.S. shipping
https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.227416/page/n9/mode/2up
Finite element analysis for bridges
https://permanent.fdlp.gov/gpo160253/hif18046.pdf

https://catalog.gpo.gov/ is a good place for a lot of these.

 No.64111

>It's really weird, because it feels like some bureaucrat spent an immense amount of time studying, compiling, and writing up a book that feels so oddly disconnected to them.
This characterization reminds me very strongly of Chinese imperial records, written in Classical Chinese. Imperial bodies used to record a great deal, though of course the vast majority of it is buried in chinese academic sites. There are a few very famous instances, such as the zuozhuan (左傳) which would be roughly equivalent to the roman annals from the regal period.
A personal favorite of mine is the story of the efforts of astronomical prediction in ancient china, described in the book "Heavenly Numbers: Astronomy and Authority in Early Imperial China" by Christopher Cullen. Of course, I wouldhave never heard about any of it otherwise.



 No.63065[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

who's in making a video game together? I was thinking about a visualnovel, with japanese style design. I was thinking about something horror-y like higurashi or corpse for example.
making a japanese style would be great, and I think a lot of people would like to.
I think theres a lot of otakus/weeaboos who would love to make a project and I think wizardchan can be a good platform with solid people.
what do you think?
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 No.63978

>>63927
I think there's programs available to make mega man fangames and mega man romhacks which should make this a lot simpler.

 No.63979

>>63927
mega man is for crabs

 No.63980

>>63927
https://cutstuff.net/mm8bdm/
Just play this. The gameplay is fun, the maps are good, and the weapons/setting is all pretty faithful to the series

 No.64066

i remember before i could program, i had no problem making assets and art and stuff. but that is boring as hell now. the most interest part of a game is the programming, solving problems with trying to create code to define the game. but once those problems are gone or the problem isn't interesting… no desire to continue

im sure this in some form can be generalized for other parts of game dev, besides programming. and so i feel the only way for certain people (who will never make a game) to actually make a game, is to do some sort of game jam and rush something out, before you become bored and disinterested with it

 No.64081

>>64066
so…are we starting?


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 No.63944[Reply]

I literally am autistic and now I just want to swim.I have a job,but refused extra hours,which would let me earn more,to have plenty spare time(I sleep 8 hours, I could work 4 hours +sleep only 4,ive done it before…)but I want to really live "downsized"so I can swim.
>so far I take lessons with a good coach 5 times a week, around 70 minutes each
>My goal is to have 2 Daily classes 6 days a week
Do I need to lift for swim power?I already do basic heavy lifting, for health. what special items can I buy,such as Weight Belt, Water wrist,ankle weights etc?
>how much KM should I swim per hour\per 20 minutes?
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 No.63951

Go swim faggot, there's nothing to it beside that.

 No.63954

I swim in the river. Been a while.
Why don't you look up books on swimming if you want to optimize so much?

 No.63955

I don't know anything about swimming. I'm pretty sure it's in the same domain as calisthenics insofar as the effort you put in is what you get out. If you're doing it twice daily 6 times a week I'd suspect you're overtraining insofar as this is even possible for a water-resistance type program. Swimming is a full body workout if you're going hard so forget about lifting at the gym

 No.63956

>>63955
*you probably want to visit free weights once a week just to avoid losing your existing gains

 No.63958

https://www.amazon.com/Complete-Guide-Navy-Fitness-Third/dp/1578262666
Actually you might be interested in Stewart Smith. He's an ex-seal who writes fitness programs designed to qualify for various mil-type occupations. I can't find the exact download link for a pdf online but you can look around or buy it off amazon/get it from your local library. I have one of his books and it's all extremely punishing calisthenics workouts with minimal use of free weights if at all. There's also plenty of entry to BUDS type guides around you could use

https://www.sealswcc.com/pdf/physical-training-guide-2020.pdf
https://navyseals.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/naval-special-warfare-physical-training-guide.pdf



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 No.49409[Reply]

Anyone here have weird, niche interests? I’m curious about this kind of thing. I like hearing about people dedicating their lives to one specific strange thing. Post about them here.
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 No.63533

>>49409
>Anyone here have weird, niche interests?

I don't think you could consider them "weird", some of them are weird (in relation to the culture where I live).

>experimental and alternative music

>playing many instruments and music recording
>philosophy (specifically existentialism)
>alcohol and drugs
>skincare
>minimalism
>running, hiking, walking long distances
>weightlifting and exercising
>literature (specially literature in my language, manga and non-cape comics)
>internet forums
>cooking (specially pescetarian diet)

That's pretty much it for me. I'm heavily immersed in all of these hobbies and I engage them almost every single day. Being an autistic wizard has its perks.

 No.63693

>>49409
Vintage mechanical keyboards.

 No.63711

I like classical chinese and calculator astronomy.

 No.63749

I am obsessed with creating AI generated music. I always have some generation running, and Google colab is the only thing I pay monthly for.

 No.63957




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