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  1. #11
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    That is one amazing picture, cute cloaked floaty guy really good!

    (I was a He Man fan as well)

    blasting into the room ..'I HAVE THE POWER!!'

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    Divian-thanks,yep thats him!

    Therm0s- I did try yesterday downloading to my desktop and opening with QT but no dice-no matter though cause I followed you link to the Moho forum and watched it there-now I like him even more alough I do feel a bit <blink> <blink> hypnotised like hes doing a Jedi mind trick on me

    Enchanter-I know lets grow up and be Masters of the ArtRage universe one day............for me since I now need to master the amazing skills of everyone here to become my super hero alter ego this could take some time....maybe you should take a seat while you wait for me to get skilled up with my new super powers...I'll have Waheeds painterly realism and Friendlys colours and Cyms evocativness and Bluebears imagination and AgedPs super smooth brushwork and Fasmirs pastels skills and Ill have your incredible eye for and patience with (fur) details and Gitas eye for capturing gesture and and.....etc etc et.al.

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    That's just flat out COOL! Yeah a little cute plus a little scary, but COOL!
    Be well,

    "Teach, Learn, Thrive"~DM


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    Wow! All this for my meager 3rd posting! Flattered to say the least. ops:

    Fashmir: Humble thanks. You underestimate the coolness of a properly renedered mantis! Truly amazing. How's the new Cintiq (jealous)?

    Selby: Eeeeexcellent! The keyword is Rhododendron. Await further instruction. <insert maniacal laughter> :twisted:

    Devian: Good question, big answer. Let's just say that ArtRage made this incredibly easy.
    1. Background/Characters/ghostly goop made as separate layers in Artrage
    2. Each layer exported as transparent layers (PNG)
    3. PNG output images cropped in Gimp (makes "deformation" easier than full-screen images)
    4. Images re-compiled, boned, and animated in Moho (more of an afterthought, but a bit of fun).
    Contact me directly for more detail. I'm happy to share source files, but large filesizes prohibit public posting. (This goes for everone. I'm just a noodler having some fun.)

    Bearblue1:
    Humble thanks. Love to see more of your stuff!

    Gita:
    Glad you got the vid to work. If Smurfs make you wax nostalgic, take this:
    Shirt Tales
    Snorks
    Disney's Gummy Bears
    Silverhawks
    Birdman
    Hong Kong Fooey (bong chick-a bong, chick-a bong)
    . . . Okay, I'm done for now . . . I'm gonna have awful theme songs running through my head the entire night.

    Thanks again!

    -Therm0lamadingdong

    People who speak in absolutes are always wrong.

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    Wow, what a doodle love the style and imagination that went into your work. A real charm of a picture and I love the animation.Regards,Tony

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    LOL, Therm0s, you are too much. You might have just a couple years on me, though, or perhaps just different interests? My little Smurfs associative exercise results in the following:

    Smurfs
    My Little Pony
    Care Bears
    Voltron
    Thundercats
    Transformers
    G.I. Joe (and knowing is half the battle)
    Sgt. Slaughter (obviously)
    Ta-na-na-na-naaaaa, Inspector Gadget
    Poochie

    Hmm.. I wonder if my leap from Care Bears to Voltron is cause for concern... =]

    .g

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    Haa! G- Your leap from care bears to Voltron is called balance. :lol:
    Be well,

    "Teach, Learn, Thrive"~DM


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    Gita and Therm0s-thats great : ) your bringing back memories of all my childhood favourites- all the ones you mentioned plus

    -Rainbow Brite
    -Strawberry Shortcake
    -The Mysteroius Cities of Gold
    -Jem (where Jemima twiddled her earrings and became her super alter ego Jem and saved people from all kinds of strife)
    -Astro Boy
    -Roger Ramjet
    -Pound Puppies
    -Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
    -Alvin and the Chipmunks
    -DangerMouse
    -Dungeons & Dragons
    -The Jetsons
    -The Scooby Doo show

    ......I swear though it dosent sound like it- I did do other things in my childhood than watch cartoons

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    aww you guys....hmmm......taking me back........70's and 80's


    sorry Thermos, have to put my bit in

    -The Mysteroius Cities of Gold ...oh i loved this one
    -DangerMouse
    -Dungeons & Dragons
    Smurfs
    Thundercats
    Transformers
    ....
    He Man
    Battle of the Planets
    Mighty Mouse
    StarFleet...and

    others

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    That anims cool 8)

    He-Mans rocks. I heard that the starfleet theme tune was performed by Brian May

    Some more great toons...
    Bangers & Mash
    Looney Tunes (why dont they show them every weekend any more :cry: )
    Bananaman
    Super Ted
    Garfield

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