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Help me fix this shit. https://archive.arisuchan.jp/q/res/2703.html#2703

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 No.500[Reply]

In telegram we discussed idea of creation mascot for the whole Internet. Maybe it will be Lain related style, or something new.
Post here your vision of this, or some realted arts, ideas, whatever.

Now mascot named cyber-tan, but everything can change
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 No.593

>>500
> cyber-tan
Cyber is too mainstream and overrun

Why not Wired-tan?

 No.595

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I thought this was the mascot for the internet

 No.596

>>595

I prefer my counterculture underground mascots to not be copyrighted by Warner Bros., a wholly owned subsidiary of Time Warner, to which a royalty is paid for every mask purchased. The Guy Fawkes mask is nothing more than the symbol of controlled opposition.

http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/08/29/how-time-warner-profits-from-the-anonymous-hackers/

 No.598

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What's wrong with Lain, Lain?

 No.599

>>598
This

Don't screw with Lain, you ignorant chat-dork



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 No.555[Reply]

He wallowed in dirt and drank cheap beer at the roof of Erika Computing Headquarters' building in the heavy rain. Actually, instead of beer he could buy triple cannabis with his peanuts but he took this filthy swill to show off to his buddies next day: look at me, I drink natural alcohol, it is not a hippy glitterboys' trash! The fact that there was no bit of natural malt in his bottle didn't interest him.
He was gulping brown water when three guys came there. The first wore a dark robe at his shoulders and Oppressor Mask at his head. The second likely was an employee at Arkona Internet Providing – blue-and-white uniform told about that. The third couldn't be unrecognized: Nakkole Krojtzel, the Procurator of Jaromarsburg.

Nakkole stepped forward, poked drunkard with his cane and said:
“Your passport, pan Wlesowski.”
Wlesowski fumbled in waistcoat pockets and stretched his passport out. Procurator opened the booklet and slowly leafed over pages.
“Juuwhen Wlesowski. Born May 19, 2042 in Vizovice, Czech Republic. Class O. And that physiognomy. There is no question. We found him, brothers.”

The Oppressor pushed Krojtzel, raised Juuwhen catching his neck and then threw him to concrete roof with his face down. Wlesowski howled. The Oppressor went closer, stepped on his nape with cobblestone boots and began to interrogate sometimes pressing Wlesowski's face to the sharp surface.
“Was YOU that bitch? Did YOU soykafted in Czech Vichan's /b/ 12 millions posts of fucking drivel?”
“Yeah, I did… a-aphhhh, you whore, stop it! Whach did I to you?”
“You murdered the most popular board in Province Czech. We had the strongest community in Europe, we were an anvil of original content. And then Hornak and Luwakowicz decided to make fun on us and made thousands of soykafting cockerels like you fill our home. Now I'm forced to visit bloody Nullchan. Why have you done it?”
“Knives pointed it for me… H-haaa…”
“And you promoted him.”
“Yes. He's kinda cool, doesn't use capital letters and saves his rep…”
“And it can inspire you? And for this soykaf you killed one of the best IBs at the Earth? You schmuck.”

The guy in Oppressor Mask kicked the soykaf brewer the last time, spitted and stepped back.
Procurator cleared his throat and uttered:
“Pan Juuwhen Wlesowski! For your brewing soykaf in court hall after you rewrite your OSK testing you surely will be downgraded to class S oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.576

>>555
Hello, Zuko

 No.578

>shilling for prussian imageboard that doesn't even work without JS
fuck off, comrade major

 No.585

>>578
Why prussian?

 No.586

>>555
Cyberpunk or not?

 No.587




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 No.554[Reply]

by ANDY DENZLER

Does anyone else do traditional art that emulates digital glitch art?
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 No.560

>>558
>Those are in fact paintings.
Oil on canvas.

 No.561

Very cool I'd like to see some of other environments since >>557 is right.

 No.562

>>557
>>561
Sure, let me just input some more bitcoins into my painting neural network human and it'll do some more for you. No need to donate, it's a gift from Alice Corp.

>wow it's not animu grills my programmer disorders won't let me take it

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 No.565

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made this not long ago, kinda bad but i guess it fits along



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 No.549[Reply]

Hey guys,
we are making digital biennale. The theme of this year - "The beauty of pure Artificial intelligence". All the accepted arts are going to be sold on auction after biennale is over:
https://www.facebook.com/iconic.show
https://iconic.show

We are waiting for modern digital artists to think the idea of A.I. and make it really sexy.


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 No.468[Reply]

Any good Watercolour style cyberpunk art? especially those that i can use as desktop wallpapers.
No Oil painting style pls.

 No.486

>>468
no oil painting!! except for one in op haha

 No.530

That's a good idea for an art piece i ought to do



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 No.515[Reply]

Today, for the first time I created a world with graphics in a dream, like in anime, I was in it, talked with people and traveled around the city.
Now I'm thinking of how I can transfer this state to the open world as Tulpu

I believe that in real life there is no sense in such realistic graphics and that it would be more interesting to live, I am ready to go for it.

 No.516

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You want to power an artificial world with your consciousness, like a dream?
How would you define "interesting"?
And what is Tulpu?

 No.521

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>>516
He probably means a former of "tulpa" which is basically a separate consciousness that exists in your own mind, with its own free will and personality. A lot of the crystal healing/spirit traveller's types claim to create tulpa for themselves, and apparently they don't go away once they are formed, and live alongside you like an invisible being only you can communicate with. Imagine Ryuk from Death Note, or even Slenderman.

I've never heard of people creating places in their minds that they can visit and travel to, but I guess that sort of goes along with tranches and spirit traveling stuff, huh?

 No.524

I do not know exactly where this is happening, but the tulpa is created from the consciousness, which means that everything that you think about can be transferred to the real world.
There is still a strange pressure on the body when the brain begins to create within itself.
I'm afraid that the body can not stand, although this is possible temporarily.

 No.525

There are still adrenaline emissions if you do not control yourself throwing out.
Overloads are also thrown out, in fact the brain can not constantly create something that is being overloaded inside.

As I understood the brain is missing some elements or it wears out maybe connected with neurons



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 No.439[Reply]

I'm not really sure what to call this type of artwork, but I've seen a lot of them and feel like we could fill an entire thread with them.

 No.440

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Apartments we'd like or some such.

 No.460

>>439
Oh yeah. I always loved cyberpunk themed room wallpapers. I kind of want to live in one myself. Working on it atm.

 No.499

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 No.513

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>>460
After like a nonth i remembered to post what i could find in my mess of a collection.

 No.514

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>>513
*month



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 No.480[Reply]

(Feel free to move this to /r/)
Included in japanese versions of SEL videos and DVDs there was a short series of 4 panel manga. It has already been translated into english - https://www.cjas.org/%7Eleng/lmanga.htm - but as far as I know the images have never been edited to include the english text, so I have decided to do so, along with a few image and language clean-ups.

This is my first time doing something like this, so let me know how I am getting on.
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 No.483

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Second ones done.

 No.484

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I need some help figuring out what text goes where. The text is as follows:
01: Iwakura Diary
02: Lain: People often tell me that I'm a slowpoke.
03: [fluster fluster]
04: Oh, I forgot to put toothpaste…
05: Oh, my hair got slept on in a weird way…
06: This is perfect for me [accela]
07: Now I have 12x speed!
08: [Kids don't copy]
09: [She can't drink it without water]
10: This is dad's toothbrush.
11: [fluster fluster fluster fluster]
12: I though this was jam and it's kimchi paste.
13: I have two right socks on.
14: [the tears she sheds are also 12x]
15: Lain: Today…is Sunday
16: [fluster fluster fluster]
17: Mika: So annoying.

 No.485

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A nice easy one this time.

 No.488

Looks like absolute soykaf and the font is barely readable
but you don't have much to work with, the source is tiny
good job nonetheless alice

you gonna make the 2 colored ones?

 No.489

>>488
>Looks like absolute soykaf
Yeah, I might redraw them at some point when my art has improved.

>The font is barely readable

Sorry about that. What font do you think I should use?

>You gonna make the 2 colored ones?

Yeah, I just need to get back to my computer that isn't an idiot so maybe later today.



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 No.243[Reply]

I have collected quite a few cinemagraphs, but very few with a cyberpunk aesthetic. I am hoping others here may have some!
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 No.419

>>418
whats that from?

 No.420

>>419
Pretty sure it's from Sneakers.
I remember it by it's catchphrase

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sneakers_(1992_film)

 No.421

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This is from a movie called Brainstorm, but I've never heard of it before.

 No.458

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 No.459

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 No.56[Reply]

Does lain make origami? I just started a few days ago. I am not especially creative, but I thought it would be wise for me to have something concrete to help me practice mindfulness. It kind of forces you to be delicate, focused, and patient. Once I get better I will start sharing my work here. I would like to see what lain can make, but feel free to share the work of others too.

The attached image is the ツノヅル (horned crane) by 神谷 哲史 (Satoshi Kamiya). I think the juxtaposition of simplicity and complexity is especially beautiful. You can find more of their work at
folders.jp
.
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 No.219

This is so beautiful.

 No.220

>>61
Oh I remember doing that one, it was so hard because of the resistance of the paper, particularly when fanning in out, the center of the figure just crams and the locked parts outside start disassembling…
In the end, when I tried to turn it around the way it's supposed to, I could only do it up to a certain degree before it started tearing apart…. Fun stuff. And yes it's hard.

 No.423

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>>56
>I am not especially creative, but I thought it would be wise for me to have something concrete to help me practice mindfulness.
That is precisely why I started folding. I actually just started today. Here are a few I folded.

 No.437

I still remember I used to be really obsessed at origami when I was young. I really like Jeremy Shafer's works especially the flashers because of how beautiful and complex it is.

boy I should try to make at least one of his works after a long time

 No.438

I used to do origami. Not so much more recently though. It's fun but stopped being meaningful after a while. I never did anything with the results. Usually I'll fold flappy cranes just to pass time. But learning origami definitely does require being delicate, focused, and patient, especially if you're trying to learn something new.

For the masters of origami out there: Have you managed to "understand" origami well enough to be able to fold your own things without needing to look for directions? Will that ever happen? Is it easier than I assume it is to create your own folding patterns?



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