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HOLY SHIT

Reply #270 on: June 23, 2009, 12:30:40 am
OMFG
I'm not one of the people to sit there, continuing to refresh browsers waiting for the image to be unveiled, but even as a latecomer (relatively) I'm god damn amazed!

IT KICKS ASS.  I honestly was not expecting this good of a turnout.  It's like post-modern art but awesome and c64y.  I freaking love it, this is going on my facebook.  Also this is the first time I've been motivated to save anything to my hard drive, challenge wise.
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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #271 on: June 23, 2009, 12:40:45 am
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v254/argylesock/Hexquisite-WIP-ANIMATION.gif

WIP animation constructed!

Each step is in 2 second steps, and it hangs at the final frame for 20 seconds and loops forevah!

Just pop it into your animation program if you wish to view each frame of the animation at your own pausable pace.  If I were a greater man and didn't have a baby that enjoyed banging on my keyboard when I do stuff with her on my lap I would have considered scripting up a flash applet with mouseovers et cetera but this is more than enough haha.

Hyperlinked to it instead of posting it up so that it wouldn't be halfway through the frame loop by the time people scrolled down to it in the thread.

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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #272 on: June 23, 2009, 08:50:11 am
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v254/argylesock/Hexquisite-WIP-ANIMATION.gif

WIP animation constructed!

Each step is in 2 second steps, and it hangs at the final frame for 20 seconds and loops forevah!

Just pop it into your animation program if you wish to view each frame of the animation at your own pausable pace.  If I were a greater man and didn't have a baby that enjoyed banging on my keyboard when I do stuff with her on my lap I would have considered scripting up a flash applet with mouseovers et cetera but this is more than enough haha.

Hyperlinked to it instead of posting it up so that it wouldn't be halfway through the frame loop by the time people scrolled down to it in the thread.

Very nice to view it like that.
However, tile 21 is moved down one pixel :P
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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #273 on: June 23, 2009, 09:23:47 am
I was skeptic at how well this was going to flow, but wow.

Also, I really like how the bottom-most tile is the girl, and everything seems to be flowing out of her head -- like they're all her ideas and such.

I think this is just going to be another one of those things from Pixelation that end up floating around the internet.

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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #274 on: June 23, 2009, 09:29:51 am
Also, I really like how the bottom-most tile is the girl, and everything seems to be flowing out of her head -- like they're all her ideas and such.

Great way for JJ naas to steal the thunder - I bet he knew what he was doing, too XD

I tease. That's one of my favorites. I love how BB turned her hair into a meal!
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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #275 on: June 23, 2009, 09:39:15 am
Thanks all for the comments about the girl. The hair flowing out of the hex wasn't what I initially started working on, I did her on a profile at first but figured after a while that it sort of just had to be that way.

The advantages of being the first to grab a hex. ;)

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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #276 on: June 23, 2009, 01:56:35 pm
HOLY BALLS! :o  That's more than awesome!  Congratulations!

Pity I missed this one. . . :(
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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #277 on: June 24, 2009, 09:09:58 am
=D ptoing is a fuckin genius...hexagons are an excellent shape for an exquisite corpse  ;D

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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #278 on: June 24, 2009, 03:08:15 pm
awesomly awesome.
took me 30 minutes to stop looking at it and restart working again (we've got a deadline here today!)

sorry to philliptr for the bad transition with the blocks btw.

Didn't give you much to blend with and your tile turned out awesome, so no hard feelings here ;)

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Re: Hexquisite Corpse Collab - DONE!

Reply #279 on: June 24, 2009, 11:13:42 pm
as an innocent bystander I'd like to say I think the transition fits rather well with the blockyness..... :D

This is a very beautiful thing, I really like how by just giving everyone their space and letting them mesh with everybody else everything turned out soooo pretty. Like a little anarchic miracle or something =) it's really beautiful and I HAVE to be in the next one  :o

The fact I just watched Synecdoche new york probably fuels my optimism here...but I really belive what I just said =)

I wonder if we could make one of these to tell a story...?