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- >gothic gauntlet >close helm >close helm wi…
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Ye olde lewds
- Fake, her knife hasn't been stolen in a random weapons sweep
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BBC TV Licensing squad
- I'd say that's pretty normal. We see and play stories of a bad…
"Everyone wants to be a protagonist, instead of an NPC "
Good quote for the modern day geek!
We see and read stories of men who face great danger in a world full of threats while we sit in home and worry about the fat around or hips while playing 8+ hours videogames.
We feel like we're part of this past simply because we have either the same nationality or ideology but we'd just another peasant from the next doors barn
But one can live during peacetime and modern Civility and still have a Warrior's Spirit!
There are many times I want to give up on Life.
But I think of Hermann, Siegfried , Alarich, Odoacer, Gaiserich, Roland, Walther, Hildebrand, Wieland...
Are you old enough to know these?
I think, Roland fought the damn Saracens, and kept the Muslims out of Europe, then fought the Basque, and then gave his life! And I going to be a bitch about my rent and gas bill? I have a Family that relies on me.
- you can never be too careful with mimics
That's absolutely terrifying. I'm no longer trusting phones.
Wait until you find out about Stephen King's novel Cell.
It's got warning signs. Just be alert and keep an eye out for stuff that does or doesn't have things it shouldn't or should and you're all good.
You can trust us
I mean them
- >you can't delete Shrek either shadman has pretty good bants
Smash mouth retweets "anime...
- god I love the edits of that retarded video
Top 5 Sexiest anime guys.
- proper chainmail, coupled with a gambeson, will stop most arro…
Well yes, I am jealous
- why do they have that weird squiggle in a bunch of them?
Every frame with a squiggle is a keyframe, so a fixed frame that defines the action, whereas the other frames are inbetweens, that fall into those keyframes and simply make the animation smooth. you can see that with the different line weights too. So I can just guess what exactly the squiggles actually mean, but they certainly symbolize how many inbetweens need to fall between the keyframes.
If you pause the scene there, you see it is like a timeline up to down. The highest point is the current keyframe and I guess the stops are the inbetweens. Every numbered stop ist a keyframe (they are numbered too, sometimes you can see this lower right). So if there are 2 curvy waves between those stops, that means one inbetween. If there are 3, that means 2 inbetween and so on. More inbetweens = animation moves slower at that point, but also more fluently.
So at least that's what I'm guessing. Everyone has a different way at organizing their frames.
- everyone loves an incompetent opponent
Trump likes Pelosi?
I thought that was Napoleon
Art of War has been around for many many years longer m8
Like, atleast 7 years longer.
After he went abd read the art of war
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