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Anyone remember that tag/meme running around where you grab your random musical thingy of choice (mp3 player, etc. whatever) and post the first 20 songs you get on shuffle to give an insight into your musical tastes? Well, duuuuuude, I haven't done it since I got my mp3 player (castoff Sansa ZipClip form my big bro)!!! (Remember, no skipping. And youtube links are optional.)
Here was my music of the morning: (Sadly no Arkham Witch, but plenty of other goodies.) ;p
1. My Demon Brother (Blood Ceremony) [link]
2. Hard Fight (Ashbury) [link]
3. Deeper the Love (Whitesnake) [link]
4. Haunted Palace (Manilla Road) [link]
5. Descending/The Savior (Iron Savior) [link]
6. When I Kissed The Teacher (ABBA) [link]
7. Fight Fire With Fire (Metallica) [link]
8. Trapped Under Ice (Metallica) [link]
9. Headlong (Queen) (Freddie Mercury :heart:) [link]
10. When You Were Sixteen (Barry Manilow) [link]
11. Before the Pain (Iron Savior) [link]
12. Equilibrium (Iced Earth) [link]
13. Human Touch (Rick Springfield) [link]
14. Metal Embrace (Johnny Touch) [link]
15. Shake Me (Cinderella) [link]
16. Hardest Part (Blondie) [link]
17. In Dark Places (Crimson Glory) [link]
18. Faster Than All (Iron Savior) [link]
19. Seven Cities of Gold (Rush) [link]
20. Judgement Day (Whitesnake) [link]

What does that say about my musical tastes? B-)
My older brother turned me into a bit of a metalhead.
But you can see I still have a great love of '80s rock, such as Queen, Cinderella, Rick Springfield, Blondie and Whitesnake.
Annnnd then you have things like...ABBA, or Barry Manilow--I like what I like, eh? ;)
So what about you guys? Any of you wanna do the music shuffle, share your own musical tastes and interests?
  • Mood: Questionable
  • Listening to: (all of the above) ;p
  • Watching: (some of the above music videos)
  • Drinking: ice tea (the powdered drink kind)

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djeffers Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the lama! :D (Big Grin) 
3Fangs Featured By Owner 5 days ago
No problemo! :wave:
GreaseZelda Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Student Filmographer
Thank you for the llama! :)
3Fangs Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014
You're welcome!
Thank YOU for the fav! =D

(OMG, I would totally watch/read something about a dog being voiced by H. Jon Benjamin.) :XD:
When you start posting pages, if I could PAY him to record it, I would. In a heartbeat. :lmao:
GreaseZelda Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Student Filmographer
Hahaha! Right? You're talking about my comic, Sckuzz, right? haha. I totally can just imagine H. Jon Benjamin voicing him, I swear. Have you checked out the introduction strip I posted in my gallery? I haven't gotten down to doing more, but it's a start! haha.
3Fangs Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014
Aye, hadda check it out after you mentioned H. Jon Benjamin in your description. :XD:
My brother got the How To Archer book and it reads just like his character from the show.
The only way it could be better is if I could get my hands on an audio copy with H. Jon Benjamin reading it aloud. (I wonder if there IS one??)
Because I mean. SERIOUSLY.
(I love going though the cocktail chapter.) :laughing:

(I suspect I like Mr. H. Jon Benjamin's voice too much. I even picked it out when my sisters had WordGirl on.)
It's like my crazy love for Nolan North's voice. Or Cam Clark's.
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Dark-Soulest Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Ohmy goshness!!!! THANKS FOR THE WATCH AND LAMMA!!!:huggle::heart:
3Fangs Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014
No problemo! I thought I'd already given you a llama--I'd meant to after viewing your picture, but I guess I got distracted ^///^--and as for watching you...well, it's as I said. It's more amazing to take the chance to see an artist grow into their talents. I hope to be able to leave you some more comments sometime. And I believe you'll be moving in to digital coloring shortly? That ought to be interesting to see as well. Your grasp of shading with pencil already shows much promise. I know the transition to digital coloring can be tricky (jeez, I think it took me like a year or more to stop using just flat colors, and now I'm falling back to that because I'm too lazy to shade), but I suspect you'll have fun with it, and do well in the medium. :nod:
Dark-Soulest Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Its okie, I understand on getting distracted ^-^ and aaaawww thank you, it'll be a real honor for you to comment on my art C: and hahe I've actually done it before. Draw digitaly and shawdows as well. But because I don't have fancy programs like some do, I get to use MSpaint for almost everything I do ^-^ and dont be lazy, shadowing may be a little hard but its what gives a drawing life and its charm ^-^ and yeah I will (: :huggle: hahe
3Fangs Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014
Aye, distractions happen to the best of us--and boy, they sure seem to happen to me specifically a LOT. :rofl:
OH LOOK, SOMETHING SHINY!!! *wanders off*

(It would be an honor for me to comment on your art.) :iconbowplz:

Oh please, you don't need fancy programs at ALL to make damn fine digital art. :dummy:
My friend :iconkimhura: has only ever used MSpaint for her colored art, and she's always produced such deliciously yummy results.
(Sadly she's cleaned up her gallery, so I don't think you'd see a lot of her stuff on display.)
But she'll be working on a comic soon-ish, and MSpaint will be her coloring tool of choice. B-)

I myself use GIMP (because it's free.)
But I do admit it can be very daunting to the beginner. (But than is Photoshop.)
I started using the GIMP in 2007, and it's changed a fair bit since then, but mostly it's just gotten more efficient with its tools.
Since you're not a Photoshop user, you may find it easier to pick up on--most PS users complain about the layout being different from what they know.
There are also a lot of tutorials out there, and anything written with Photoshop in mind can be converted to the GIMP, though tools may be named something else, or work in a different manner. But everything I learned was through trial and error, and reading Photoshop tutorials here on dA and elsewhere. Experimentation is the artist's best friend.

Another free program is Inkscape, which handles vector images quite well.
But I'm still unable to get the hang of it, mostly because of its layout, I guess.

A still fairly new free program is Fire Alpaca, which has been likened to Paint Tool SAI to some degree.
It looks a little bit easier for the beginner I think, at least judging from some of its layout. Although I still get fuddled and confused.
But I get that way with any program not the GIMP. (I'm used to what I'm used to.) :p

Although if you wanted to try either Photoshop or Paint Tool SAI, I have old free versions of each which should (I think?) be able to work for you if you'd want me to email the files. :shrug:
(But since the PS version is CS2, pretty much you can get the same sort of performance from the GIMP.)

I DID create some basic tutorials for the GIMP, but that was with older versions...I believe the advice therein could still apply though!
But, as noted, it CAN be very daunting for the beginner. I don' know how familiar you are working with multiple layers...(Does MSpaint use layers? I haven't checked it out in ages.)
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