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Web / Deviant-Art
« on: August 16, 2007, 02:29:28 PM »
I thought while I was thinking of it quickly, there is probably more than a few dev-art users on here making things and postung them up. If you have an account, post a link to your work eh.

I have a stock account which people can access and do whatever with.

So with that concluded I'll now brag, and go yay, got my second daily-deviation in as many months  8). I love you dev-art.

Photoshop / Re: Chris Orchard - Work
« on: August 08, 2007, 10:46:07 AM »
Love the water (or is it a sea of blood?) and the rain effects there.
How long did it take to make?

I guess all up maybe 2 hours? It took more time however to think of what i wanted to do and then finally lay it to rest and say i was happy with it.

Photoshop / Chris Orchard - Work
« on: August 06, 2007, 02:57:50 PM »
Not done for any subject or whatever, just an experiment in mixing photomanipulation and matte painting. Hopefully you like it. Its pretty big, ha ha ha

Music / Re: Festival of the Dead
« on: July 11, 2007, 12:03:37 PM »

Date: Sunday October 21st
Doors: 12 Midday - 10pm
Venue: Charles Sturt University, Crowbar
Cost: $40+bf

Bands: The Berserker (uk), Ackercocke (eu), The Amenta (aus/nsw), Fleshgore (ukr), Leicohtica (aus/nsw), Grotesque (aus/wa), Mytile Vey Lorth(aus/act), Sobrusion(aus/nsw), Diamorah(aus/nsw), Heathan Ritual(aus/vic)

12:00 - Doors
12:15 - Heathen Ritual(vic) 30mins
13:00 - Diamorah (nsw) 30mins
13:45 - Sobrusion (nsw) 30mins
14:30 - Mytile Vey Lorth (act) 30mins
15:15 - Grotesque (wa) 45mins
16:00 - Leicohtica (nsw) 45mins
17:15 - FLESHGORE 60mins
18:30 - AKERCOCKE 60mins
19:45 - AMENTA 60mins
21:00 - BERZERKER 60mins

Additional Information;
Ticketing information coming soon.

Photoshop / Re: is photoshop doin sumthin weird? post here
« on: July 11, 2007, 11:56:52 AM »
not to worry, im a photoshop ninjaaaaaa  8)

Photoshop / Re: is photoshop doin sumthin weird? post here
« on: July 10, 2007, 02:01:18 PM »
the problem in that image dude is that a feather of 25 pixels for that smaller area is way too large. It woont let you crop with that big feaher in a small selection area...

PC / Re: Post Your PC!
« on: July 03, 2007, 03:16:49 PM »
The Desktop - UPGRADED

Intel Core 2 Duo 6600
4GB DDR2 RAM Sticks
2 x 250 gb Hard Drive (16mb cache)
1 x Dual Layer DVD Burner
2 x Nvidia 7600 Graphics Cards (SLI)
1 x M-Audio Delta 1010 Sound Card (
2 x 21" LCD Monitors

Upgrade is -
1 x 4 Port Firewire card
1 x Control surface Mixer (
1 x 8 channel pre-amp (

Meaning My simultaneous In's for audio is now 24, and my simultaneous outs are now 28.
I can switch between 7.1, 5.1 and shoot stereo signals from my computer all over the house to different sets of speakers, i even have a dedicated rack for headphones with an 8 way splitter and a/b choice on it... the joys of being an audio junkie! Damian will probably understand  ;D

Movies / Re: New Batman Suit
« on: June 25, 2007, 02:19:23 PM »
my boots lasted a good 3 years before i needed size 13 clogs. Then again, i kept them polished etc.

thank f*** someone else understand tha pain of massive feet, ha ha ha, i also have size 13 feet and there is f*** all around in the way of awesome footwear.

Movies / Re: New Batman Suit
« on: June 21, 2007, 12:55:14 PM »
leather softening? you dont need leather softners on GP boots! FAIL!

*sigh* yes, you do, its a mixture of vitamin-e and beeswax (just like in boot polish). Vitamin E just like with moisturiser returns old dry boots back to nice malleable leather. When you buy GP's they arent made with comfort in mind they are made to basically be as middle of the road as possible so they can fit almost anyone. You use it to loosen the tight leather so you can then allow it to dry in a shape that is a better fit to your feet. Hence not getting blisters, cracked heels or other crap, trust me, its far more awesome that way.

Then the beeswax acts as a natural polish to the leather hide, it also makes them waterproof again if you have any cracks and acts as a natural sealant. Similar again to polishing them but minus any chemicals. Take it from a dude who has many, many pairs of boots, ha ha ha.

Your probably going "pussy" but i dont care for the military crap, i buy shoes for comfort, lol.

Movies / Re: New Batman Suit
« on: June 20, 2007, 04:12:30 PM »
Gp boots are hell comfortable, you just have to know how to 1) prep them for wearing when they are new and 2) tie the laces

I have all the leather softening stuff you need to make them mould to your foot shape without cracking but they still lose out for me over my other boots... ha ha ha, a man with many shoes.

Movies / Re: New Batman Suit
« on: June 20, 2007, 09:35:33 AM »
i want the boots... the boots r awesome.
eh, Gp Boots are better.. probably more comfortable to...

I have a Pair of GP's, a Pair of Doc's and a Pair of New rocks (like what batman has on) and I have to say, that of all the three the order runs New Rocks, Docs then GP's in order of comfort, BUT the otherway in order of affordability.

Movies / Re: New Batman Suit
« on: June 18, 2007, 03:38:30 PM »
One time on the way to a party my mate was dressed as batman, drove through the macdonalds drive through with the batman theme playing... best part was, my other mate was dressed as ronald mcdonald, so they played it up like batman had gone out and chased down ronald for them to give him back.... brilliant... but not as brilliant as when he got drunk and needed to pee so he cut a whole in the crotch of the unitard to do his business out of... [end rant]

PC / Re: BOOOOM!!! There goes my computer :(
« on: June 15, 2007, 09:29:08 AM »
Just another machine for the silicon graveyard... does it need a minutes silence?

Current Affairs / Science Geek Stuff
« on: June 13, 2007, 04:18:37 PM »
Well, Im a Science nerd, I subscribe to New Scientist amongst other things, and well, this sort of has to do with all of yuo, as we know how annoying wired things are these days.

Scientists light bulb with "wireless electricity" 
    BEIJING, June 8 (Xinhuanet) -- Scientists may have signaled an end to electric cords and batteries when they lit a 60-watt light bulb from a power source seven feet away without using a physical connection. The researchers have named their concept "WiTricity" as in "wireless electricity."

    MIT physicist Marin Soljacic started thinking years ago about how to transmit power wirelessly so his cell phone could recharge without ever being plugged in.

    The problem with wireless power transmission is that broadcasting energy in all directions can be very wasteful because a vast majority of power ends up being squandered into free space.

    Soljacic and his colleagues devised WiTricity based on resonance. Two objects resonating at the same frequency tend to exchange energy efficiently, while interacting weakly with objects not resonating at the same frequency.

    Instead of sound, the MIT physicists focused on magnetic fields. Most common materials interact only very weakly with magnetic fields, so little power would get wasted on unintended targets.

    "The fact that magnetic fields interact so weakly with biological organisms is also important for safety considerations," said Soljacic's colleague, MIT physicist Andre Kurs.

    The scientists designed two copper coils roughly 20 inches in diameter that were specially designed to resonate together. One was attached to the power source, the other to a light bulb. The practical demonstration of their earlier theoretical work managed to power the light bulb even when obstacles blocked direct line of sight between the source and device, findings detailed online June 7 in the journal Science.

    The researchers demonstrated roughly 40 percent efficiency in power transfer. Kurs told LiveScience they are currently working on improving the efficiency of the power transfer as well as the maximum distance allowed.

    "For the moment, we are focusing on power transfers on the order of 100 watts although, in principle, more power could be transferred," he added.[/quote]

Music / Heavy at Home - June 16th
« on: June 08, 2007, 09:33:48 AM »

So, you should all probably go...

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