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Post  Ellen-Natalie on Mon Jun 04, 2012 2:15 am



Last appearance of Ginger and her friend for awhile~
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Re: Furry Experience Page 209

Post  Zenny on Mon Jun 04, 2012 6:12 am

So Hunter knows art after all! Sitting in all the lectures? Also, seeing Cat is looking stressed in the last panel

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Re: Furry Experience Page 209

Post  Mr Ed on Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:21 pm

Is there a blue cat slowly turning pink in the background?? I love you ...and a pig turning green in the foreground? Laughing Ginger has an interesting expression in the last panel too, and so does her friend. Hmm...

Is Hunter also a student of some kind? (I assume he -is- since he's apparently in Cat's age range.) Or is he strictly a full-time model?

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Post  oneuglybunny on Mon Jun 04, 2012 9:09 pm

Ah, learning by immersion. The idea of a paid live model is ... interesting, but not very practical. Once Hunter achieves twenty hours per week or more doing modeling for the university, Department of Labor standards kick in. Hunter must be documented, taxed, inspected and insured. Minimum wage comes into play. Such would make Hunter the functional equivalent of adjunct faculty; good for Hunter, but an "entanglement" for the University.

Although, may I point out that in his autobiography A Cast Of Friends, cartoon legend William Hanna started as a janitor for Harmon-Ising studios in California, and learned cartoon-making by immersion. Hanna's first credit for a cartoon came as director of To Spring in 1936. He would later meet Joseph Barbera when MGM studios formed their own in-house animation studio. When MGM shut down their animation studio in 1957, Hanna and Barbera opened their own cartoon studio, and produced more than seven thousand cartoons, unequaled to this day, even by Disney.
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Post  LeonMcBane on Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:32 pm

Immersion is almost always the best way to learn. Heck, I'd have never learned spanish unless I had been thrown across the border like I did.
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Re: Furry Experience Page 209

Post  Mr Ed on Tue Jun 05, 2012 12:42 am

And you found your way back here how?? :-) (I'm just teasing!)

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Post  Slim Shadow on Tue Jun 05, 2012 1:31 am

GldnClaw wrote:Immersion is almost always the best way to learn. Heck, I'd have never learned spanish unless I had been thrown across the border like I did.

Mission?
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Post  LeonMcBane on Tue Jun 05, 2012 6:43 pm

yeah
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Re: Furry Experience Page 209

Post  EddieFox on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:05 am

I think Cat is thinking. NO NO NO GO AWAY! Or at least she should be considering that's about what happened in the last time when Cat first got accepted to the class.
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Re: Furry Experience Page 209

Post  Latrans on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:55 am

Actually I'll put my money on Cat not having yet realized that Hunter has made his way over and is studying her work. Hilarity will ensue in a moment when she does realize. Very Happy
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Post  oneuglybunny on Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:24 pm

My thought? Cat is too perceptive to be unaware that Hunter is reviewing her work. Cat's pose coveys frustration or despair at a depiction significantly below her personal standards. She knows her portrait thus far is "off-model," and perhaps needs more time to compose herself, reconnect with her artist mode, and capture both the substance and the depth of the subject.

Hopefully, Cat doesn't horsewhip herself (figuratively) over this. Anyone can have a bad session; the trick is to ride it out, and re-attack the work with fresh thinking and renewed vigor. Very few great works of art were created in only one day. cat
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Re: Furry Experience Page 209

Post  Mr Ed on Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:34 pm

Either that or she's suddenly realized that she's overcompensated for her earlier fig-leaf problem. Rolling Eyes

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