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Gandalfthewhite

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Age: 115
Date Signed Up:1/26/2010
Last Login:12/07/2016
Location:was on middle earth but i moved to the undying lands
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#27 - More realistic in that way though, i mean how many caves and r…  [+] (6 replies) 10/11/2016 on Skooma +3
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#36 - reiksman (10/11/2016) [-]
I think there should be a game where it looks just like Skyrim or Oblivion but instead you are an ordinary peasant and must live your whole life licking boots.
#51 - anon (10/12/2016) [-]
So, skyrim?
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#57 - reiksman (10/12/2016) [-]
No. In that you're a high hero who resorts to bootlicking. I'm thinking of a game where you're only a peasant.
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#81 - Gandalfthewhite (10/12/2016) [-]
well technically in Skyrim you start out as a peasant who licks boots. You can always roleplay that for the rest of the game
#29 - anon (10/11/2016) [-]
realistic is not always good, i think oblivion was fine but if it was realistic in this matter whole map would have been empty
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#30 - Gandalfthewhite (10/11/2016) [-]
true but i don't remember it being that empty in the first place. I used to go on raiding tours of every ruin/cave etc between Skingrad and the east side of the imperial city and making a shit load of profit
#72 - Only if he respects you as a fighter who can kill Xenomorphs o…  [+] (2 replies) 10/11/2016 on gromit 0
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#76 - elduroto (10/11/2016) [-]
You bet your ass I'm fighting with him
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#77 - Gandalfthewhite (10/11/2016) [-]
no i mean they only really care for people who can kill other's of their species or xenomorphs. It probably wouldn't let you join him after if you just kill the others on the list because to him they may not qualify as good enough kills
#18 - ok but how does it apply to the picture?  [+] (1 reply) 10/11/2016 on twitter +1
#19 - spamzor (10/11/2016) [-]
Look at comment #5, if you can place this pattern, enlargened or turned or whatever, onto an image, it indicates the porportions in the picture allow for an easy dividing of certain parts of it.

The larger parts making the background, the smaller the parts get the more attention from the viewer is naturally drawn to them. And as such, there would be a natural harmony between the intensity, or beauty, and the positioning of certain parts of the picture.

This makes for easy and smooth appreciation of what you see, much like looking at a single tree or leaf, or the shell of a snail. There is simplicity in form, but much beauty held within.


(As you can tell, it's a bit hard to describe, and I probably didn't do the best job.)
#12 - What is that pattern about?  [+] (3 replies) 10/11/2016 on twitter 0
#15 - spamzor (10/11/2016) [-]
Its the 'golden mean', the organic form of the fibonacci code. It's basically the pattern of beauty.
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#18 - Gandalfthewhite (10/11/2016) [-]
ok but how does it apply to the picture?
#19 - spamzor (10/11/2016) [-]
Look at comment #5, if you can place this pattern, enlargened or turned or whatever, onto an image, it indicates the porportions in the picture allow for an easy dividing of certain parts of it.

The larger parts making the background, the smaller the parts get the more attention from the viewer is naturally drawn to them. And as such, there would be a natural harmony between the intensity, or beauty, and the positioning of certain parts of the picture.

This makes for easy and smooth appreciation of what you see, much like looking at a single tree or leaf, or the shell of a snail. There is simplicity in form, but much beauty held within.


(As you can tell, it's a bit hard to describe, and I probably didn't do the best job.)