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Joker last won the day on August 29 2019

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  1. All of... Pearl Jam Red Hot Chili Peppers Ian MacKaye The band Cake I could fill up this thread for hours...
  2. I can attest... I have a hummingbird feeder and watch them birds fight for control over it like it were the final ten kilometers of a flat stage in the Tour de France. I'm also old, so it makes sense.
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    Toys post here...

    For those looking for help with Drop Shadow and 3D...
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    Toys post here...

    @Ray40- those last two for the win. Both look pretty good to me for someone just starting out. A few thoughts... Do your fill-in and embellishments before you do your final outline. This includes your stars and bubbles. Also, once you're done with your outer outline (example, the yellow outline on the bottom image) go back in with the black and clean up your final outline so that's perfect. Your drop shadow needs some help but overall this is great progress!
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    Toys post here...

    @EkONE23- we can work on 3D at some point, but the letters look good to me! Keep working them and refining them and they'll get even better.
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    Toys post here...

    @EkONE23- looking good. Some thoughts below on how you could tighten it up...
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    Toys post here...

    He's basically saying that as you're learning the basics of letter structure, aligning each bar in the letter to vetices or a vertex is a best practice. To answer your question about the letters L and T (or X, H, K, and R) - he did point out that there are exceptions to this rule as indicated by the letters I mentioned, including the letters L and T. Your sketch shows that you understand the basics of these letters, and understand his ideas about how to connect the bars in each of those letters. Letters like R and K can get a bit tricky but if you follow the YEP example below you'll be fine. All too often, especially when starting out, folks follow the NOPE example... which is incorrect. I think I've mentioned it before but just imagine you're writing these letters with a chisel-tip pen, and it should make sense to you.
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    The Cider Thread

    A local pub here in Portland makes their own black cherry cider that is awesome, and I’m not a fan of anything cherry flavored. Right now these two ciders have been sat-les in my fridge for the last month...
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    @Giant- Dude... don’t give up on that P. I like it. I had some fun with it just now and it makes me wish wrote Poker.
  10. Mine was similar minus the “weed” part - replace that with “take lots of LSD” and we’re set. That said, I was smart but lazy in high school. I chose to skip class, skip homework, be disruptive when in class... you know, that typical annoying teen angst type shit. I ended up in what was commonly referred to as Learning Disabled classes. In there I learned how to write checks, how to balance a bank account, and other everyday life hacks. It was simple, kinda boring, but I didn’t really have to think and ultimately that’s what I was after. Sure beat having to know the difference between their, there, and they’re... and how to use them. I kid...
  11. I never said I was right and he was wrong, I only voiced my opinion about something that seemed odd... well, to me.
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    Agree with the above feedback. I do like the P but I think it needs some love. Nothing really changed, just some work on how it's written. But the idea of making the O bigger on the end really helps.
  13. Personal opinion, but hygiene, human sanitation, and germ prevention should be taught at home. It's a parent's job to teach their kids to have proper hygiene, know where to defecate/urinate, and how to prevent the spread of germs. The idea of leaving that up to teachers seems really odd to me.
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