The Unlikely Artwork Of Giuseppe Colarus. . GIUSEPPE. Finally!
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#126 to #32 - Rascal (06/09/2014) [-]
#50 to #32 - nyeeeh (06/09/2014) [-]
Make your own ******* triangle instead of the triangle in the ******* center
#72 to #50 - epicawe ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
That is why it's funny.
#89 to #32 - drewilking ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
its the illuminate!
#133 to #89 - jarjarre (06/09/2014) [-]
That comment got 123 likes. MUST BE ILLUMINATE!
#20 - PhenomenalPancake (06/09/2014) [-]
Illusion increased to 23
User avatar #85 to #20 - tmgrskat (06/09/2014) [-]
It was so easy to level up Illusion in Skyrim, I was disappointed.
User avatar #73 to #20 - goobyman ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
increased to 23
User avatar #146 to #73 - dogfoodtaco (06/09/2014) [-]
*you tried
decreased to 23
#8 - effthree ONLINE (06/08/2014) [-]
User avatar #55 to #8 - EnergizierAnon ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
first thing i thought of too. but there's a problem. there isn't a nose piece to the cyclops glasses, so how would it stay up on her face?
#30 - helpmedudes (06/09/2014) [-]
The spray can one would be cool to see. They did something like that in pen form.
User avatar #70 to #30 - centifolia (06/09/2014) [-]
If that pen is real, where does it get an infinite shade of colors?
User avatar #75 to #70 - envinite (06/09/2014) [-]

It probably uses some small sized ink tube filled with base colors (red, green, blue and black). The color shade happens because the pen combined the ink colors.

Think about how printer uses their inks, but smaller.
User avatar #101 to #75 - centifolia (06/09/2014) [-]
I dont think that there's such a technology in the market yet.
#183 to #30 - stekcoptoh (06/09/2014) [-]
This. This right here. It looks ******* awesome at first until you start even thinking about it. How many colors does the pen have and choose from? What if you are drawing something you can't touch? I'm assuming it wouldn't work with touching something on a computer screen because of the LCD. For this to be useful would mean that you would have to have the objects on hand you are drawing, or have a sheet of a color pallet in which you can take colors from, then the pen would have to be capable of recreating all those colors and not just having an option of a few different colors.
End of rant.
#47 to #30 - desacabose (06/09/2014) [-]
"Okay students, choose your art project"
"I choose the sun, it'll be easy since it's ju-"
"Okay, sun it is. I expect you to use realistic colouring for it"
User avatar #48 to #30 - bodeejus ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
I may be wrong, but I think that pen "ad" may just be an idea. I am pretty sure that isn't available on the market yet.
#61 to #48 - xcoreyx (06/09/2014) [-]
How would that even be possible?
#68 - Rascal (06/09/2014) [-]
>canned hot coffee
#60 - dehfurk (06/09/2014) [-]
Portable glory hole
User avatar #3 - dabronydude (06/08/2014) [-]
is the point of this art "completely useless things"?
because if yes that spray can should not be here.
#9 to #3 - Rascal (06/08/2014) [-]
that spraycan is completely useless. You can't have all those colors in a single tube and adjust which ones come out with a slider. it doesn't work that way. All you'd get is black.
User avatar #11 to #9 - dabronydude (06/08/2014) [-]
not with our technology,
pretty sure someone 100 years ago would say that half the **** we have now a days would be
#19 to #11 - comradewinter ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
We don't have that technology, so why do you think it's useful? Maybe if we did some research on possible ways to alter the colors, but it still stands as a useless item.
User avatar #21 to #19 - dabronydude (06/09/2014) [-]
all the other items even if they was impossible to make are useless,
a spraycan that allows you to change the color of the paint at anytime is amazing
and very handy, even if we have no way to make one it is still a very handy thing.

it is like saying that just because we do not have the technology to create a device that
allows you to walk through walls that device is then pointless forever.
#22 to #21 - comradewinter ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
Maybe it's from another series, I don't know. I agree that it doesn't fit in, but unless it's realized it will remain useless. I doubt making the colors appear will even be possible, so it's like inventing something that can never be.
User avatar #24 to #22 - dabronydude (06/09/2014) [-]
"inventing something that can never be."
yes because i love destroying things that can not be broken.
with all the technology we have, know of or can imagine a paint like liquid that can change to
any color is impossible for you?
#28 to #24 - comradewinter ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
The only plausible explanation would be using CMYK, but the processing speed of that is ridiculously slow and not easy to acquire in liquid form. Just look at printer color prices. Then multiply that by 3. That means a can can easily net you like 500+ dollars. It would be cheaper just to get a set of each different color and mix them manually.
User avatar #29 to #28 - dabronydude (06/09/2014) [-]
i was just saying that if this can could exist as it is it would be handy,
all the others would not.
#31 to #29 - comradewinter ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
**** you.

1. Stop discriminating against cyclops.
2. He just proved the EU is run by Illuminati. Look at the triangle in the middle.
3. Water so good you can never get enough.
4. Finally a roller than doesn't roll off the table.
5. Spinning the cutlery around makes for faster eating = more time on FunnyJunk
6. Holy **** this thang useless 0/10
7. This thing can actually fit paper perfectly.
8. Spraying splinters is a great way of ******* ****** up.
9. If you can't win with the hole, you'll never be a champ.
10. Now the **** won't spill when the useless waiter trips.
11. Thanks to the keyboard's usage of an ancient alphabet, yo momma can finally get on the internet

These things are cutting edge.
User avatar #33 to #31 - dabronydude (06/09/2014) [-]
random bad jokes is an interesting way to end a chat.
#34 to #33 - comradewinter ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
I can never take an argument with a guy called "dabronydude" seriously anyway.
User avatar #35 to #34 - dabronydude (06/09/2014) [-]
i understand Comradewinter,
there are a lot of wierd and funny usernames out there, i just wish i had not lost my original
account all that time ago.
User avatar #199 to #9 - herpderpstrom (06/09/2014) [-]
Actually it would probably be possible to create a can like that. It would have to contain several smaller colour dispensers (each filled with an individual colour), which then administer the correct mix of paint to be sprayed through the nozzle. It would probably take some kind of computer, but hell, that's essentially how you get the correct colour paint when you buy it in big buckets. You have a basic paint (often white) that you place in a machine. After that you tell a computer what colour you'd like to get. The machine then administers small doses of different colours (stored in tubes inside the machine) until you get the desired result. I'm not saying it would be sensible to start making spray cans like that, but I'm sure it's possible.
User avatar #42 to #9 - Razik (06/09/2014) [-]
Couldn't you have three compartments inside of the can each filled with blue, yellow, and red paint. Then the sliders could adjust the amount of each color that comes out when it is sprayed, and effectively changing the color.
User avatar #109 to #3 - cerbearus (06/09/2014) [-]
I believe the theme is unusual things or things that are different/don't quite make sense.
#54 - SteyrAUG (06/09/2014) [-]
Jeez, I didn't realize blowing holes through ping pong paddles with a supersonic ping pong ball cannon warranted art.
#122 - bithcwits (06/09/2014) [-]
As a finalist Egyptologist in the midst of his exams, I can fully endorse the final image as nfrwy in my_ ib._
User avatar #153 to #151 - bithcwits (06/09/2014) [-]
I love that the most ancient chat up line is a guy complimenting another on his arse..... You know, it goes on to say "My heart is gladdened by the sight of it".

The heart being gladdened was occasionally used as a metaphor for an erection.
User avatar #155 to #153 - adunsaveme (06/09/2014) [-]
Can that language actually be properly spoken? Are the hieroglyphs enough to tell you how it sounds?
User avatar #210 to #155 - bithcwits (06/09/2014) [-]
So tl;dr we have the consonants, not the vowels, so have a rough framework of pronounciation.
User avatar #211 to #210 - adunsaveme (06/09/2014) [-]
I feel so enlightened
User avatar #215 to #211 - bithcwits (06/09/2014) [-]
Anytime ;)
User avatar #209 to #155 - bithcwits (06/09/2014) [-]
Egyptian is a funny one. Hieroglyphic and hieratic script (Hieroglyphs are the things, hieroglyphic is an adjective) represent sound values, but these sound values do not preserve vowels, although they do preserve consonants. We tend to supply vowels so that we don't end up sounding like we're choking to death.

What we write as vowels in our representations of these sound values are strictly scholarly conventions, and when we shift them from what is referred to as the "transliteration" i.e. the direct writing of the sound values, into an anglicised script, we usually just stick Es in where we don't have vowels. For example, the ghost is saying nfrwy pH kwi in transliteration, rendered into Neferwy Peh Kewi. As you can see, this secondary shift from the transliteration can seem a bit random at times, and different schools have different conventions; some writers like to transliterate what I write (as a British student) as W into U.

Some Egyptian phonemes (sound values) have no direct equivalent in English, so we tend to shift these into recogniseable ones. The value we treat as a short A, called aleph, was nearer to a glottal stop.

Having said this, we do have a broad (and I mean broad) guide to pronounciation through the latest form of Egyptian; Coptic, which was spoken from around 300ADish to 1200AD. This was written using a Greek script, so preserves vowels, allowing for guesses about pronounciation; for example, the word often rendered from sdjm to Sedjem in scholarly convention is (taking verb forms into account) spoken as Sadjmi in Coptic. However, it must be remembered that even the earliest form of Coptic is around 3000 years away from Old Egyptian, and the language changed enormously over that period, hence the caveat of it being a BROAD guide.

We also have comparison through the transposition of Egyptian names into other languages which render vowels orthographically, such as Akkadian or Hittite.
User avatar #207 to #155 - bithcwits (06/09/2014) [-]
#78 - lastgentleman (06/09/2014) [-]
Everything except for the spray can is terrible, 2/10 horrible inventor.
#39 - thenewgizmobox (06/09/2014) [-]
okay, who was ******* with the nocollide tool?
#10 - mosaicbrain (06/08/2014) [-]
This one is messing with my head.
#69 to #10 - Rascal (06/09/2014) [-]
This isn't artwork anyway
#56 to #10 - Rascal (06/09/2014) [-]
did you figure it out?
I have no idea whats wit hthe sink
User avatar #18 to #10 - warioteam (06/09/2014) [-]
it works like this
its a sink
User avatar #27 to #18 - mosaicbrain (06/09/2014) [-]
I know!
It's messing with my head BECAUSE there's no drain!
User avatar #216 to #18 - indeef (06/09/2014) [-]
I JUST noticed holy ****
#13 to #10 - lildo (06/08/2014) [-]
Let your stupidity "sink" in
#74 - chrispoot (06/09/2014) [-]
Wake up America!
User avatar #79 to #74 - inuares (06/09/2014) [-]
I'm more concerned as to how those coins got into the console and typed in "noclip". Or perhaps "Tcl".
User avatar #88 to #79 - chrispoot (06/09/2014) [-]
They ebabled sv_cheats first!
User avatar #104 to #88 - huskygunner (06/09/2014) [-]
#128 - masterboll ONLINE (06/09/2014) [-]
these are actually decent stuff
#135 - bagman (06/09/2014) [-]
#140 - fukyeahraptorr (06/09/2014) [-]
love the spray one
#142 to #140 - threeofclubs (06/09/2014) [-]
I didn't get it. What is it?
User avatar #156 to #142 - melllvinnn (06/09/2014) [-]
its a spray can that you can supposedly change the hue by moving the switches
#165 to #156 - threeofclubs (06/09/2014) [-]
Oh I meant the wooden spray bottle.
User avatar #170 to #165 - melllvinnn (06/09/2014) [-]
it sprays toothpicks
User avatar #191 to #170 - cormy (06/09/2014) [-]
Holy **** is that what it's supposed to be?! **** pepper spray I want a toothpick machine gun!
#116 - joshthepoet (06/09/2014) [-]
That's what's called art now-a-days? what the hell happened?
User avatar #117 to #116 - ohmygwad (06/09/2014) [-]
can i see your art work?
User avatar #154 to #117 - adunsaveme (06/09/2014) [-]
Does he have to be an artist to judge? That's not how it works.
User avatar #121 to #116 - dutchfag (06/09/2014) [-]
trust me, this is better then most modern art
User avatar #97 - moonlander (06/09/2014) [-]
its called cringe art
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