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No.1149 [Reply]

Iwakura Lain has had her FACE WIPED OFF!

Can you help her get a face?! Pls give her a face and post the picture in this thread.
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  No.4914

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No.1270 [Reply]

Hello lains, this thread is for 1998AD, a community project that we're working on. Come join us on freenode #1998AD. We've got a few artists and writers already, and if you have some ideas to contribute we'll be happy to listen.

Here's the original /diy/ post:
https://lainchan.org/diy/res/398.html#q921

"I had a pretty /cyb/ idea for a project that we could possibly work on together. Making some fiction, art, or multimedia stuff. I was basically thinking about some of Google's projects and what their possible long term goals could be. I ended up connecting the dots in a kind of plausible way.

The idea is centered on Fiber being a plan to create infrastructure to leverage software as a service. Google will buy out industry standard software companies and incorporate photoshop, autodesk, maya, etc. into the Google drive suite. With the 1GB/s throughput, all the software can execute nearly entirely server-side, making for uncrackable DRM. Because of this, having a good computer is now obsolete. All you need is a cheap chromebook to connect to software services. At this point Microsoft and Apple have pretty much had their market niche desecrated, and are acquired as subsidiaries. Intel and AMD quickly follow suit, since the only people who need good processors are developers and engineers. At this bleak point it looks like Google has an absolute monopoly in the tech market, and will probably just keep growing. Facebook and other social media are likely targets. Letting imagination run wild, I can imagine a Google Party running for office in the US. We've basically set the stage for a cyber-punk dystopia within the next 25 years.

There are tons of great narrative possibilities with this. Imagine criminal warez groups that break into company headquarters to try to steal executables and personal data. Linux users and free software may become culturally associated with terrorism because of their opposition to proprietary software. A sub culture of freedom fighters emerge who scavenge and trade black-market components for their machines and coordinate secretly via p2p, creating and sharing illegal software and data.

Definitely could make for some good graphic novels and short stories. I'd like to see concept art and mock propaganda posters or things like that too. Flesh out the idea."


At the moment we're mainly looking to develop things further. A few new ideas have been introduced about the setting, but we're not dealing with anything concrete yet. I think we decided that the first thing we'll do is work individually on some concept pieces. Short stories, fake news articles and propaganda, art and music. If you think you can do something that will fit, make it and show it to us. We want to get a sense of atmosphere and themes that we can work with. Afterwards, we'll collaborate to make something as a community.

Maybe someone will write a short story, and then if other lainons like it, we'd work with the author to adapt the concept into a longer novel or comic. We could group up into our own sub-projects, or, at some point we could have a main project that everyone can work on.

Once we have some solid examples of the directions that we want to take this, we might build our own canon that could be used as a setting for our work. In IRC we've already discussed a bit of this: one lainon brought up that different regions of the US could be under different levels of corporate control, with differing factions, and things like that. I feel like this would be a good way to allow everyone to explore and work on ideas that are interesting to them, without having it conflict with the setting. People could collaborate on very interconnected stories and chronologies, but also be able to write about something significantly different taking place elsewhere in the country, without having the stories conflict.

We're starting to put things together, so, if you're interested, drop by #1998AD and give us your input!
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  No.5258

>>1325
>8:45 am
That's really late in the morning, alphabet! A lot of people around here are already at work by then...



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No.1390 [Reply]

I just uploaded something to soundcloud, and then I realised we didn't have a soundcloud thread here yet. Share and discuss your music, give advice, etc.

Mine is https://soundcloud.com/the-gravid-myrmidon

It's almost exclusively piano stuff, because I rarely have the opportunity to record something else. Not really sure what the genre would be.
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  No.5321

>>1417
Big love for `error`, any way we can get a download link for it?

  No.5336

>>1390
All I've ever made are urban field recordings

https://soundcloud.com/karevaggio/tracks



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No.1399 [Reply]

Can we get an architecture thread? Yes, we can.

There's a wealth of futuristic architecture out there that I think far eclipses the sterile, minimalist architecture that's considered "modern"

This is the Skytree in Tokyo
Broadcast/observation tower, restaurant, 2nd tallest structure in the world (830m/2722ft)
Like all good things in life, it lights up at night
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  No.4748

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Raimund Abraham, avant-garde archtecture.

  No.4749

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>discussion about brutalism
>no one has posted the Barbican yet
honestly I'm disappointed in you lains

joking asside I think this has to be one of my favourite places in the world, from the first day I really discovered it, wondering around london stoned, discovering this unapologetic slab of concrete, getting lost in this cyberpunk labyrinth of a building; to now days where I go to see various music and art exhibitions there I'd say there is no where else on earth quite like it



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No.152 [Reply]

Any fans here?
Created The Shining, Clockwork Orange, 2001: a Space Oddysey, full metal jacket, and more iconic films.
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  No.5000

>>4971

used three of 10 lenses made by Zeiss that were used on NASA satellites to take pictures of dark side of the moon.

Insane 0.7 aperture, is what allowed him to shoot in those candlelit scenes.

What made me want too watch it, stayed for the story.

  No.5003

>>5000
That's what it was, right. Him and Clarke had friends at NASA from consulting them for 2001:ASO.

I imagine that's what inspired the hurr durr kuby faek moon landins crap originated from.



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No.1612 [Reply]

A little something I churned up for Volafile and its Canadian visitors earlier on.

They thought it was pretty funny!

>They lyrics I wrote are based off of the lyrics of, 'Oh, Canada' which is the Canadian national anthem
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  No.5019

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HA! And here's another fun one!
Except when I did this originally, in place of the Volafile logo, his shirt read 'FREE HUGS'.
>the idea is that I'm lampooning the 'bad rep' Volafile sometimes gets for its uploads

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Made this one using a web-generator, too. It's a Space Marine, from Warhammer 40k, styled in Volafile's theme colors.



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No.2079 [Reply]

Hey Lains, I consider fashion and self-expression to be an /art/. What's your wardrobe look like? I just got an 1994 German flecktarn jacket the other day (pictured)
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  No.5115

*Always cargo/tactical pants
*T-shirt tucked into pants (as to provide easy access to pockets)
*Tactical belt, with hook meant specifically for climbing
*Hiking shoes (been wanting to find something providing less support, so my stabilizer muscles wouldn't rely on the shoe-support as much)

  No.5124

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Casually:
-Hoodie (mandatory)
-Random t-shirt
-Random jeans
-Skating sneakers
-This watch because I couldn't care less about what watch I use casually
-Leather bracelet

Condition:hawt as fuarrk



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No.2497 [Reply]

I'm depressed, recommend me music based on what I like.
>But what do you like anon?
Well...

>Ghost

-Deus in Absentia
-Ghuleh / Zombie Queen
-Secular Haze
-From the Pinnacle to the Pit
-He Is

>Apocalyptica

Pretty much everything.

>Jack White

-That Bat Black Licorice
-I'm Shakin'

>The White Stripes

-Seven Nation Army
-In the Cold, Cold Night
-Hypnotize
-Blue Orchid
-Catch Hell Blues
-Conquest

>Van Canto

Fucking everything, but
-She's Alive
-If I Die in Battle
-Dangers in my Head
-Neuer Wind
-A Storm to Come
-The Awakening
-The Bard's Song
-Water Fire Heaven Earth
Are all-time favorites.

>Kinoko Teikoku

Every single song.

>Mili

Start with Nine Point Eight.

>Mägo de Oz

Spanish folk metal.

>MGMT

-It's Working
-Brian Eno
-Time to Pretend
-Kids
-Indie Rokkers
-Metanoia

>Muse

-All Origin of Symmetry
-Knights of Cydonia
-City of Delusion
-MK Ultra
-Uprising
-Supremacy
-Panic Station
-Animals
-Psycho

>My Chemical Romance

-Demolition Lovers
-Vampires Will Never Hurt You
-Our Lady of Sorrows
-All Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
-All The Black Parade
-The Only Hope for Me is You
-Party Poison
-Summertime
-The Kids From Yesterday
I haven't listened the Conventional Weapons thing.

>Nightwish

-Wishmaster
-Whoever Brings the Night
-Eramaan Viimeinen
-The Kinslayer
-Taikatalvi
-Wish I Had an Angel

>Nirvana

-Love Buzz
-Negative Creep
-Serve the Servants
-Heart Shaped Box
-Dumb
-All Apologies
-Smells Like Teen Spirit
-Come as You Are
-Lithium
-Lounge Act

>Rammstein

-Ich Will
-Mutter
-Ohne Dich
-Amerika
-Haifisch

>System of a Down

Everything.

>I like classical music too

-Bach's Cello Suites
-Camille Saint-Saëns (all his work is great, start with La Danse Macabre)
-Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (start with Marche Slave and The Nutcracker)
-Arturo Márquez (Danzón no. 2)
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  No.5001

>>4996
It's like Nightwish, I really like the music, and I wanted to get into them, but the way they stabbed their first two singers in the back leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

  No.5065

>>4996
>what he did was fucked up
What is it that he did? I've heard a lot of vague rumors about things, though nothing clear



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No.2668 [Reply]

Favorite album(s) of the previous decade?
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  No.5339

>>3940
Chest flattener?

  No.5340

>>5335
Still, Nirvana, NMH, at least one of those BoC albums, etc aren't even from THAT decade.

[/OCD]



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No.3053 [Reply]

I'm not sure if these kind of threads are allowed but I would like to know how you get into music production? Are there any good books/tutorials you would recommend? I have tried to make some stuff in FL studio but I'm a complete beginner and don't really have much music knowledge so I didn't really get anywhere with that stuff.
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  No.4986

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  No.4987

>Not using Mario Composer



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No.3191 [Reply]

What music do you listen to when you're angry?
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  No.4817

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Chase & Status - Control



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No.3396 [Reply]

What are your opinions on this show?
I dismissed this show as being a pile of garbage when I first heard of it but I managed to get through the first season and quite enjoyed it. I found some of the political ideas a bit cringy but that's probably because I'm getting a little tired of the whole critical commentary of capitalism thing. The 'tech talk' wasn't too bad but it seemed like they were trying really hard to show that they knew what they were talking about.
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  No.4918

>>3409
I share your opinion and from the majority here.

comparing the show to others in the mainstream, it's a good show. but it got too emotional for my tastes.

I thought it would be the best show of last season but then I watched The Expanse and really enjoyed it(less drama).

  No.5005

As many others are saying the first episodes were really good. But after that it all went down the toilet with a "meh" plot and unlikable characters. I wanted a lone hacker, fighting, or just having fun catching these "bad" guys. And maybe stumble upon some weird code in the network, conspiracy final plot thing.



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No.3413 [Reply]

Give me some cyberpunk (or anime, or just Lain) style for Android. Screenshots, wallpapers, icons...

Sorry for my English. Can you correct my message? :)
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  No.4857

T-UI = an android launcher that is a terminal emulator.

it can launch android apps by name like regular commands, plus CLI tools of course. looks almost just like >>3417, but its got a config file you can edit to change its appearance. that plus keyboard theme and it can look pretty good. i would imagine setting some simple aliases and using a gesture-based keyboard would probably make launching android apps from it much easier in a hurry, but i hate gesture stuff.

  No.5224

I like the deus ex theme on the play store even though it is incomplete



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No.3459 [Reply]

Any lainons produce your own music? I'd love to hear some, and I'd be happy to post my own (after some replies, not here advertising)
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  No.5331

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einskis.bandcamp.com

ambient/garage

  No.5332

>>5121
>http://www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-note
>The exercise could not load because Adobe Flash Player is not installed.
Is there somethings like this that does not require flash?



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No.3479 [Reply]

What are some good technology-oriented webcomics you all read?

Outside of webcomics, what are some good technology-oriented entertainment in general?

Bastard Operator from Hell
http://bofh.ntk.net/BOFH/index.php

It's old, but there's plenty of it and it's usually pretty funny.

The Codeless Code
http://thecodelesscode.com/contents

It's not bad, but it has an unusually heavy liking for Java. Some of the advice is good, but most of it's fun to read just to criticize the programming culture of the temples its set in.

Kevin & Kell
http://www.kevinandkell.com/

On The Fastrack
http://onthefastrack.com/

Sabrina Online
http://sabrina-online.com/

These three are so numerous that I've yet to read all of them. I don't care for On The Fastrack, but the other two seem to be good from what I've read. They offer old glimpses into computer culture and it's fun to watch the transition to modern life that you see with these, simply because they've been running for so long.

CommitStrip
http://www.commitstrip.com/

This is a more recent webcomic and it focuses on web development. It's funny sometimes and horrible other times, but it's usually just average. It's particularly funny that site of the webcomic focusing on web development is broken. The main page shows you "All strips", but if you go to the November of 2015 section, you can see more. The main page also doesn't show December 2015 strip information.

I can't remember any others I read right now.
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  No.4837

Cube Drone.

  No.4875

>Sabrina Online
Holy shit dude, I used to read this.

Jesus fuck, it started almost 20 years ago.

Thanks for the existential crisis OP.



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No.3561 [Reply]

How many of you listen to the radio, what things would you like to see happening with it..leave it well alone? or see some interesting developments happening, would love to know your lainon thoughts?
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  No.5250

>>3615
>>3619
I'm almost certain that the guy on the right is HuskyStarcraft

  No.5252

>>3865
I love this idea, I'd be willing to help set something like this up



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No.3656 [Reply]

Post some music that pumps you up!
This song feels like victory to me, like you've accomplished something, and are ready to take on a higher level.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sBs7vWqFXM
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  No.5143

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4e4FQoCZ2Sk&

I love listening to it while I'm walking



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No.3668 [Reply]

These threads were so much fun back in ~2013 when the graphic design board was added to Forechin. Let's revive some of that fun in this thread.

Band Name
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random

Album Title
https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Special:Random

Basis for cover image
https://www.flickr.com/explore/interesting/7days/

If you don't like what flickr is giving you check out other random image sites like these:

Random Imgur Pictures
http://randomimages.info/

Last 25 Livejournal Picture Uploads
http://www.mangle.ca/randomlj.php
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  No.4905

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No.3699 [Reply]

I'm wanting to buy some music.

Problem is, the store only supplies a physical in the form of a 12'' Vinyl, or a 320kbs MP3.

I really want the album, but I've never bought vinyl or a table before.

Should I try it out?
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  No.5185

>>5184
>Stacking them horizontally is a great way to destroy them for some reason
Stacking then horizontally warps them because of all the weight pressed onto their surface.

  No.5240

Why would you buy physical music formats like vinyl? Digital music is free and, needless to say, more cyb



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No.3730 [Reply]

fite me irl

  No.4713

The Plague is a great book by Albert Camus.
It may come a day in which the plague, in disgrace and teaching, wakes up its rats and send them to die in a joyful city.



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No.3783 [Reply]

I have asked you once /art/, and now I ask again!

What can compare to I, the mighty T-Rex!? Is there anything else as awesome as I?
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  No.4745

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>>3783
only 2 things more deadly...

  No.4747

>>4745
Nice file names.



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No.3797 [Reply]

Anylain know of free QR code generator websites that allow QR customization like the one I made shown in the picture? I made this one with a non-free site that has a temporary redirect before taking you to https://lainchan.org but I'd like a 100% free QR gen that I can make lainQR's and print them off and leave random places.
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  No.5254

>>4983
>>4991
How did you generate base.png?
Or did you do it by hand?
It's probably a stupid question.

  No.5257

>>5254
I made it by hand from OP's picture



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No.3834 [Reply]

C O M F Y
O
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F
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>>4789
I had a ton just like these that were animated as well. If I can remember (and find them) I'll post next time I'm here. Trains not related but still comfy.

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No.3932 [Reply]

HEY YOU! LISTEN TO THIS! https://clyp.it/crcnpm3z

Celt here back with another episode/mix for Lainchan radio. This is the second time I’ve put together a radio show for Lainchan radio. If you missed the first one and/or don’t know what this is; this is me doing a GTA radio-esque thing, in the sense it’s a fictional radio show and things occur on the show which are not based on reality. The other GTA-esque aspect is the dedication to one sound or vibe, in this case cybepunk (obviously).
This episode is more music focused/less “in-universe” focused than the last one, just because that’s the way it organically panned out. A few talking points I raise on the show and I’d like to see maybe discussed in this thread are:
>What’s your view of Nero? Too mainstream? Cyberpunk in style but not substance? Or the real deal?
>What did you make of Burial? Did you like the sound? Was it too minimal for you? Did you like the ambience?
What did you make of Gary Newman’s 21st century version of Are Friends Electric?
>And in general, just what you did and didn't like about the show

>TRACKLIST

>SONG NAME // ARTIST NAME
King of my Castle – Wamdue Project
Drowning – Sixth June
Dark Allies – Light Asylum
Are Friends Electric? (All Saints Basement Sessions version) – Gary Newman
Reaching out - Nero
Etched Headplate - Burial
Babylon Fall - Goth-Trad
Their Law – The Prodigy
Obsura Kisses – Summer of Haze
You know me – Violent Trip aka V ✝
Design for Living (Blade Runner Edit) – Nona Hendyx

I hope you guys enjoy it, it’s made for your enjoyment and listening pleasure. I hope on this episode I’m not rambling on about the music but if I am let me know. And let me know if you want more of the “in universe” stuff from Episode 1 or you think it should just be an ebb and flow/organic thing.

EPISODE 1 AVAILABLE HERE IF YOU MISSED IT: https://clyp.it/zwy3iusk

I don't know what the story is with the server costs, but regardless, I enjoy Lainchan, I hope it continues, and as a result of continuing, I hope I'll have an opportunity to make more of these if they're in demand. Long Live Lainchan\\Let's Love Laincha.
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  No.5140

>>3932
Really good job. But i think you need to pick up some music from thread in /art/ maybe.
Will wait for next time.

  No.5141

I enjoyed Burial, gave me some good vibes. I like tunning to some schwey music and have it playing in the background while I work on my pet projects.

Also I really enjoy the in-universe stuff. It gives a great feel of immersion that compliments the music.



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No.4080 [Reply]

Anyone interested in any forms of vaguely artistic vandalism?
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  No.4934

>>4084
That is nice.

  No.5343

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>>4731
>got any advice to someone who wants to get into graffiti?
Practice often, try everything and have fun.
>How do I not get caught?
Keep it casual and try not to look like a vandal/burglar/terrorist.



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No.4172 [Reply]

https://github.com/jcjohnson/neural-style

I got this running.

I will post shit it makes.

Post images if you want me to mix them.

Dumping a few.
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  No.4777

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I've played with it as well, but I really need a new GPU.

  No.4778

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>>4777
And the sources. I used a picture of a PCB as the style for lain but I'm too lazy to resize it before uploading it.



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No.4197 [Reply]

Hey lainons, I have a redbubble store up right now and I'm trying to find more inspiration for designs I can slap on shirts/assorted merch. Have an etsy shop on the side too, where I sell cyb clothes.

So, lemme ask this: What are some phrases you'd wear on a shirt? Any graphics come to mind? If I get a good amount of replies I'll post my store link.
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  No.4330

>>4244

Heya, I chose redbubble because their shirt quality is the best I've found. I tried teepublic but my designs all came out feathered and blurry at the edges--kind of a detriment to my designs that rely on crisp lines.

Redbubble also has the best shirt quality, from heavy cotton to soft and drapey fabrics.

I do agree about the stickers though, definitely not the best quality. I like stickermule for mass-producing stickers.

  No.5173

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No.4229 [Reply]

At the subject suggests, just post some cyberpunk images with a similar art-style and whatnot.
Easy.
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  No.5117

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  No.5118

Loving all of this (especially OP's first pic), wish I had something to contribute



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No.4339 [Reply]

Last thread reached bump limit.

>Only OC allowed. If you don't know how to do it, I consider this tutorial a good place to get started: http://paulhertz.net/factory/showcase-2/databending/


to whoever made the flower in pic related, mind if i use it for a shirt?
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  No.5385

>>5358
In the past I've simply removed the header temporarily while I work on the rest of the file as raw data. Then when I'm done put the header back.
This seems to work fine so long as you dont change the size of the image.

  No.5399

Moved to >>>/cult/1793.



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No.4387 [Reply]

hello there . Becoming a working artist is very hard.
i was curious , if there exists a systematic visual artist training program that one could do at home on their own.
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  No.4816

I think being a good Tattoo artist is the way to go. People will pay.

  No.4821

http://drawabox.com/ is pretty good at explaining fundamentals, it gives you homework after each lesson as well as some challenges



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No.4398 [Reply]

Last hit bump limit. I'll start us off.

Function - Burn
https://youtu.be/WohpK8IDOHQ
Function - Immolare
https://youtu.be/S9FAkDzkhFA
Function is cyb as fuck. Strongly recommended.

IVF - Celine
https://youtu.be/g2N1kJ9jJ10
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  No.5397

bump

  No.5398

Moved to >>>/cult/1.



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No.4403 [Reply]

anyone know any good free music theory books?
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  No.5123

>>5035
holy soykaf it even covers microtonal composition
bookmarking and archiving in progress.....

  No.5175

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>>5123
can you upload your archive? the website is down now



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No.4451 [Reply]

Hey lains, I finished up this cyberpunk album for the 1998AD project. I thought I'd put it out there while we all wait patiently for the zine. Thanks for the input, those of you who were on our irc channel.

https://soundcloud.com/skolskoly/sets/deus-intra-machinam
https://skolskoly.bandcamp.com/album/deus-intra-machinam
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  No.5024

Normally I find sounds on lain too grungy. This was nice. Thanks lainon.

  No.5025

It feels very scattered overall, even on the best tunes, the title track and the one where you sample that one tune from the lain OST, like you're trying to put too many ideas into a single tune, but maybe that's just my reductionist club music based approach to music talking.

The last tune is very good, great natural progression and a clear concise outline.



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No.4483 [Reply]

Can we get a pink and light purple thread going? I've been loving those colors lately since they feel good to look at.
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  No.4703

I understand the appeal but a lot of these give me a headache looking at since there's so little contrast with your pinks and whites.

  No.5226

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No.4521 [Reply]

So this just dropped today. Any thoughts on it?

I for one really liked it, i think it is better than Amnesiac and The King of Limbs.

Magnet link for listening purposes: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:a96714407c7f02cad9702f42b728b07127b14b14&dn=Radiohead%20-%20A%20Moon%20Shaped%20Pool&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.opentrackr.org%3a1337%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2fglotorrents.pw%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3a80%2fannounce
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  No.4889

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>>4528
/mu/ used to be a lot of fun until someone invented the concept of /mu/core and they all started circlejerking over the same ten artists everyday. There are teens who effectively grew up on that board and it was their only introduction to music beyond the top 40 so that's all they know :(

  No.4893

Definitely liked it more than TKOL (which I didn't hate as much as most people) and In Rainbows, nice to see 'Head back in form again



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No.4561 [Reply]

* if this becomes a problem tells us and we'll leave *

https://plum-on.tumblr.com/about

Plum project is a collaboration between several enthusiasts evolving around promoting 2hip2u amateur music.
Basically promoting good music that might go under the radar or simply disappear from the interwebs unless
someone picks up on it and promotes or preserves it.

For now our format is intended to be strictly plaintext articles for portability reasons but in the future we could
start doing other types of media, and while I'm typing this we're looking into compacting digital releases for small
time artists, if not help by showing them to the world but by preserving their music.

At the moment we're mostly writing, trying to gain a foothold in the social media, and exploring music in general.

You make music? Post it here.
Want to join us?
Have a question?
A suggestion?

Go ahead.

Since most of the team is comprised of lainons we thought this would be the best place to base our "operations"
from. To discuss what we are - going, supposed, already - do(ing).
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  No.5103

have you listened to Goodbye Tomorrow? an interview on them would be cool

  No.5129

I'll be inactive for a while now.



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No.4791 [Reply]

why is there no /cyb/ wallpaper thread?
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  No.4809

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>>4808
part3

  No.4810

>>4804
Yes Yes, except the results tend to repeat on a subset of shit images that half the time aren't even wallpapers. So, back to the point maybe?

>in b4 muh spoonfeds


I already looked, now where are the cyb-girls that are curated by lainchan glitterboys?



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No.4890 [Reply]

You have however long you want to draw a cyberpunk gondola and post it here.

  No.4892

File: 1465808490349.png (32 KB, 200x125, gondola.gif)

Feel free to make a background, if you want.

  No.4896

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No.4891 [Reply]

The music is based on my life experience, inspired on cyberpunk movement and a mixture of 'existencial progressive depressive experimental music'.

I passed 5 years recording each feeling. Can be a little weird for some people, is a lot of introspection.

https://chaoticlambdas.bandcamp.com/album/the-eternal-phoenix
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  No.5050

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Will be expecting more from you OP great stuff so far, love the atmosphere you create. Thank you so much.

  No.5052

>>5016
this. is it original?



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No.4926 [Reply]

Lets's make our own Lain images and upload them.
Why shouldnt we help us to make them better.

Currently I am working at the Lain-Inside Picture. Any suggestions ?

Now it's your turn.
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  No.5183

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>>5181
i like it

  No.5186

>>5181
Thank you very much.



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No.4935 [Reply]

So, after reading the article in lainzine 3 about how to get noise from random files with audacity, I put the PDF itself through audacity and got great results.
Post anything notably good or interesting you've done that with in this thread, too
If you listen closely, you can hear voices in the noise.
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0L3D7QKyDXR
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  No.4978

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  No.4979

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Wahwah



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No.4990 [Reply]

Halfaxa was a great album.
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  No.5061

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>>5058
Would you set my house on fire if I said I preferred Art Angels?

Skin and Oblivion on Visions were, to me, the standouts, while on Art Angels, Kill V. Maim, Flesh without Blood, Realiti, and World Princess Part II I all really make their presence felt.

Am I exposing myself here as Pop sympathiser scum?

Anyway, I think Art Angels caught a bit of harshness from 1) The expectations of the fans going into it, and B) Track 2 is California, which is not that strong a track and very poppy compared to previous work and that pressed a lot of people's panic buttons about her direction very earlier into the album.

Ultimately Art Angels is way more upbeat than Visions and that's not going to everyone's cup of tea, but if you're someone who can enjoy upbeat and downbeat music I think Art Angels was strong in it's own right.

  No.5116

Some really schway tracks on Geidi Primes too
AVI MVP



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No.5010 [Reply]

Anyone going to Summerfest this summer? If so, what acts are you interested in seeing? I know there's at least one person here from MKE and if there's enough interest we could get a group to go.


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No.5027 [Reply]

Can we have some painting thread?
Yes, we can.
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  No.5194

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  No.5196

>>5157
> I want to start to paint. How do I start?
Buy some paint and start painting.



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No.5028 [Reply]

Let's talk about youtube, what are some cool channels you know about? Where do you think the site will move towards in the next few years?
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  No.5178

dillonthehacker; like his satire, though he's blowing up a lil
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNWWfrI-o2gNPhdUzrw2w6w

shamlife; comedy/vlogish/behind-the-scenes channel run by the people behind EMH. i wanted to keep these guys my dirty little secret but... i just couldnt lol. with some time their content could be pretty legendary i love it. just all around seem like good, funny, likable people.
https://www.youtube.com/user/TheShamlife

  No.5251

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpKk-VBmrnhNkM9kglq0jJg
too late for making vaporwave, but guy uploads few karaoke songs every week for over year



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No.5076 [Reply]

Season starts tomorrow on USA network

whos hyped?!?!
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  No.5352

>>5076
last week's episode parodies 90s sitcom; gave me some real amrshall mcluhan vibes

  No.5354

>>5352
Alf + Mr Robot ah ah



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No.5086 [Reply]

Give me your /cyb soundtracks lainon.

police state edition.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkjIVDrs9Ao
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  No.5119

here's mine
not sure if it's 100% /cyb
theres no real order to it so i usually randomise it
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFXtYsOBzCw3zgf1QUED-VLcx_cDSajUy

  No.5120

>>5089
>>5099
Good shit.

Gary War is p cyb

Also most of this guys other stuff isnt but this song
https://youtu.be/7lw1MrMHQ9o



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No.5151 [Reply]

Looking for rappers to spit on my new beat. Email if interested!


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No.5154 [Reply]

I've been trying to decide which creative commons license I agree with more for my music. One one hand I don't charge anything for any of it, on the other hand restricting it and putting a non commercial license for others to use is a restriction. Idk.

Basically the CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 vs the CC BY-SA 3.0

  No.5155

This one seems pretty cool too: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/



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No.5156 [Reply]

I made you a mixtape, Lain.

You should make one for me too.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/80zs5amvj9s9m75/fruitMix.zip

  No.5161

File: 1469470923652-0.png (68.45 KB, 194x200, 5mzAL8I02NE.jpg)

And here's my mixtape

http://dropmefiles.com/NiN49



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No.5162 [Reply]

Do active ASCII/ANSI art communities still exist? Post stuff like that.

I'll post some of my favorite IRC artwork.
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  No.5238

>>5235
at least I don't have to turn my art into an image before posting.
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  No.5239

>5238
Its a picture of a post.
Or, a preview of a post, particularly, since it wasnt actually submitted.



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No.5164 [Reply]

Post Wallpapers you made, edited or glitched here.
GIMP, Krita, Inkscape and Blender are your friends.
Feel free to ask how things are made.
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  No.5389

>>5386

looks like mandelbulber probably

http://mandelbulber.com/about.php

  No.5393

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3D glitch screencaps

these are fun to make, even if my CPU disagrees.



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No.5171 [Reply]

could a lainon tell what font is used for the "make me sad" text? i'm trying to replicate it for a project i'm working on.
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  No.5190

>>5189
thank you fellow lainon

  No.5191

>>5171
For future reference, I've had good luck with the automated tool "What the Font": http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/



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No.5193 [Reply]

What was the most cyb release of the first half of 2016 and why was it Capsule's Pride?

>could literally be an alternate soundtrack or electronic opera of one of the most cyb animoos of all time

>originally released on Tor hidden service
>given away completely free because cyb

I have listened to this a few hundred times since it dropped.

What are your midyear cyb favorites, lains?
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  No.5266

>>5263
for the full cyb experience download it via the .onion

  No.5327

>>5263
>>5265
>>5266
Ah, got it now. Thanks. Had to change page style from basic to no style to see everything else.



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No.5259 [Reply]

My life is my art

  No.5261

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>>5259
>>5259

I know what you mean.



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No.5262 [Reply]

What are you working on, /art/ ?

  No.5304

File: 1470475362824.png (500.91 KB, 200x150, 1444197582321.gif)

Working on a few DIY instruments for a music project - amplifier, overdive and tape delay. Already done the amp. Most of them them are re-purposed hardware and various scrap.

  No.5305

>>5304
Somewhat offtopic, but please post about the DIY instruments on /diy/; I'd absolutely love to read about it in a thread there!



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No.5267 [Reply]

Are you watching the new season of mr robot?
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  No.5280

The first episode was just bait for getting me to watch some anti-capitalist drama

  No.5281

Honestly I've been let down so far, It moves so much slower than the last season, episode 4 was really the only one that really got me. The rest seems just uninteresting hopefully the fbi hunt makes it intesting



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No.5282 [Reply]

Wallpaper thread

  No.5283

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  No.5284

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~~



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No.5285 [Reply]

I'm back. Can we have a wallpaper thread?
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  No.5301

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  No.5302

>>5301
Nothing worse than minimalist stuff compressed with jpg. Waste of bits all only to its detriment.



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No.5308 [Reply]

A thread for sharing and discussing free-licensed music.
What are your favorite albums, artists, sources, netlabels, ~

https://archive.org/details/netlabels
>the Netlabels collection at the Internet Archive. This collection hosts complete, freely downloadable/streamable, often Creative Commons-licensed catalogs of 'virtual record labels'. These 'netlabels' are non-profit, community-built entities dedicated to providing high quality, non-commercial, freely distributable MP3/OGG-format music for online download in a multitude of genres.
http://www.actsofsilence.com/netlabels/
>Big list of netlabels
http://panda.cd/
>Panda.cd is a BitTorrent tracker that features free, legally distributed music with Creative Commons and artist permission.
http://bt.etree.org/
>Bittorrent tracker provided by the etree.org community for sharing the live concert recordings of trade friendly artists.
https://libre.fm/listen.php
>You can listen to a selection of the Libre.fm community's favourite tracks on our Community Station. It's made up out of a random selection of all the tracks that Libre.fm users have said they loved, with the most popular ones being played most frequently.
http://www.frostclick.com/wp/index.php/about/
>We scan the web, keep in touch with netlabels, try to stay on top of the news and pick the best of free & legal content available online. We are big champions of Creative Commons licensed content and we will always give first dibs to artists that are opened to fans freely sharing their content with friends and family.
https://www.jamendo.com/en/
>The heaviest website on the wired is full of free tracks.
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  No.5312

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Ektoplazm has tons of Creative Commons licensed psytrance:
http://www.ektoplazm.com/

  No.5314

http://machtdose.de/
A ccmusic podcast, not everything is in german.
http://magnatune.com/
Free music, it also has a series of podcasts sorted by genre.
http://cchits.net/
A podcast of ccmusic, the songs to include are selected by vote.



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No.5315 [Reply]

Post something you like no matter the genre.
Chromatics - At your door https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ppbeb54uQmE
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  No.5323

>>5322
I forgot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CE3yiB7T07c

This is something like church music. There's endless variations.

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No.5317 [Reply]

Does anyone happen to have pdfs or good information about getting into calligraphy -- more specifically creating computer-fonts?

Also, calligraphy general thread
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Good enough for Knuth, good enough for me.
METAFONT is one of the coolest things no one seems to know or care about.

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No.5319 [Reply]

[OC]
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  No.5394

>>5388
I use the plebeian tumblr, cuz it's easy to use: http://salems-city.tumblr.com/

  No.5396

>>5394
thats fine, lets me easily keep up with artists. do you know about the PixelArt Academy?
https://welcome.to.pixelart.academy/



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No.5341 [Reply]

Any 3D artists/lovers around?

  No.5366

>>5341
i am not very good at modeling but i like glitching 3d and rendering my wallpapers, does that count?
if you got resources or models, please share.



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No.5355 [Reply]

Prisma is an application that use neural networks to make sole good effects on your pictures.
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  No.5391

>>5390
Why not?

  No.5392

>>5390
I agree. Its not good art by any standard at the very least.

Though you could argue the program creating it is art.



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  No.5363

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>>5362
SOrry, that shit's animated

  No.5365

>>5362
>LLNpMoX9cMVPNvr_rypKmRVQ

"This playlist is private"



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No.5369 [Reply]

An album whose I wrote about despair and depression during my bad feels... and the tentative to suicide.

Take 6 years of recording exploring extreme feels.

Good hearing. The philosophy of music is based on the existencialism crisis of Serial Experiments Lain.
chaoticlambdas.bandcamp.com

  No.5374

I like it, but I won't be listening to it constantly.

Keep up the good work, lain.



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No.687 [Reply]

Title says it all. I'll go first:

>Interstellar (2014)

>Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
>Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
>Gravity (2013)
>Metropolis (1927)
>The Signal (2014)
>Robocop (2014)
>The thirteenth Floor (1999)
>District 9 (2009)
>Prometheus (2012)
Obviously The Matrix, and some others I purposely don't mention.
These are just some on a long list of movies I really enjoyed. What about you Lain?
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  No.5055

>>4514
"If..." blew my mind. That kid was in a lot of great movies as he got older too or at least mediocre movies where he was still great. Just look him up.

>>4292
Europa Report didn't strike me as lonely exactly though I guess there is that one scene :(

  No.5070

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The Evil Dead (1981)
Demons (1985)
Tampopo (1985)
Seven Samurai (1954)
The Duellists (1977)
Perfect Blue (1997)
Dracula (1992)
Enter the Dragon (1973)
Suspiria (1977)
The Seventh Seal (1957)
Shogun Assassin (1980)
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)
Aliens (1986)
99 and 44/100% Dead (1974)
Escape from New York (1981)
Evil Dead II (1987)
Highlander (1986)
Ninja Scroll (1993)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
El topo (1970)
Taxi Driver (1976)
The Holy Mountain (1973)
Tetsuo, the Iron Man (1989)
Subway (1985)
Repo Man (1984)
The Keep (1983)
Phantasm (1979)
Ms .45 (1981)
Deliverance (1972)
Duel (TV Movie 1971)
The Final Programme (1973)
Five Deadly Venoms (1978)
The Ninth Configuration (1980)
Army of Darkness (1992)
The Fifth Element (1997)
Stalker (1979)
The Supergrass (1985)
Planeta bur (1962)
Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991)
Five Fingers of Death (1972)
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Hard Times (1975)
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974)
Brazil (1985)
Pixote (1981)
Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)
Bad Taste (1987)
Withnail & I (1987)
Brain Damage (1988)
Kill Or Be Killed (1976)



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No.778 [Reply]

Please recommend one film that you think is a must watch and a short description about it.

Mine is Short Term 12. Just heard about it today and streamed it. So. Many. Feels.

It's a great story about a home for troubled kids.

http://www.solarmovie.ws/watch-short-term-12-2013-online.html
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  No.5209

>>5172
I can't find it anywhere. Do you have a trusty link?

  No.5217

>>5209
No. I originally watched it on Netflix, but the recently removed it.



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No.84 [Reply]

Post some drawings from your sketchbook lainons.
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>>5146
aand more

  No.5148

https://youtu.be/k0ufz75UvHs

This video has helped me immensely, and if you can process it fast enough turn it to 2x speed or 1.5 and you should be able to save some time. Its well worth it though. If you have trouble simply learning to draw by looking at a figure or picture and copying this is for you. Il summarize the key thing here he pointed out which I really liked

When most of us (i know one lainon here cant picture things in his head) dream or visualize things we can vizualize them perfectly right? Exactly as they are. His idea is that being a good artist simply involves bringing that to paper, and the best way to do this is to take it directly from your mind. Instead of copying say an arm from an anatomical textbook, draw the arm in the specific pose you want off memory. Repeatedly draw that arm making small changes and seeing what looks best, we all know when something "looks off" right? So the whole point of this is to both get more practice and also help make us better at pulling this stuff from our brain by being able to recognize not only when something looks off but how to mke it right. At the end you can look at the actual photo of an arm, and by then you will have a good enough grasp of how to draw an arm that you will be able to see exactly what is missing in yours compared to the real one.