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I've been told by many that I have the patience of a Saint.
I've also been told that when I'm angry Satan himself would shit his pants.
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Well my dear watchers you probably have noticed for some time that no new work has squirted out of my noggin
All current personal work have ceased for the time being as i am concentrating on course work. I am however going to do a Digital Poster and Promo video for a holiday Company "Celtic Winter Getaways" using the animation mechanics in cinema 4D.

So. it's going to be quite hectic couple of weeks for an amateur like myself.   
  • Mood: Tense
  • Listening to: Knife Party

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thanks for the fav :D 
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Kreba Dec 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
no problem
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Emma-hime Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Been meaning to ask you this for a bit, I noticed from your comments and that one journal you've seen the odd anime here and there. Berserk, Phantom, full metal alchemist , shinsekai yori off the top of my head I can remember, I was wondering if you had seen many or any others? 
I've been well versed with manga/anime for about 16 years or so and have become cynical towards it while still finding some to enjoy. =< =>
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Kreba Mar 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
atm i've only been watching Space Dandy because the anime looks similar to RedLine and DeadLeaves
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Emma-hime Feb 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Personally, which films by  Shin'ya Tsukamoto would you feel would be best to watch/recommend? I've not seen any of his work, I remember you mentioning him and I felt I should look into his films. 
I've been getting back on the Japanese films lately, saw Hana-bi and Sonatine earlier, very very good meshing of violence and downbeat drama/humanity , Sonatine kind of dragged in the middle but was beautiful filmed. 
I also looked into one of those dead or alive films you told me about =3 It delivered on a lot of high notes, bromance, crazy shootouts , kinda funny in parts and I found myself surprisingly into the two main characters, I watched the second one quickly became my favourite Miike film too => Thanks ^__^
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Kreba Feb 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Shin'ya Tsukamoto - Tetsuo & Tetsuo 2 both films are about combining flesh with metal scrap and quite bizarre outcomes, the film is a little psychedelic  but overall a good watch. it kinda reminds me of Katsuhiro Ohtomo's Akira with the body.

Ichi the Killer is a good film to watch although a little over the top killings and a little confusing at the end. It's that typical Mafia gang type film, but not boring, it has some funny moments.

Shin'ya Tsukamoto also starred in Dead or Alive 2 Tôbôsha, he played as the Magician Higashino.
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Emma-hime Jan 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
As I recall you were into dark souls?
I found this recently: www.animenewsnetwork.com/inter…
What'll they think of next! =P
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Emma-hime Jan 4, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I remembered your comment about Americans and remaking/messing with films made  by foreign directors, have you ever heard of an upcoming movie called snowpiercer, its made by a Korean director, based on a French comic about a group of people trapped on a train at the end of the world...apparently in the American release of the movie they tampered with it to cut over 20 minutes off the runtime =<
I also looked into cape fear again there recently, was wondering if you'd seen/what you thought of the film? I was surprised by how well it still holds up despite age (both versions) that guy was creepy as hell and it remains suspenseful. 
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Kreba Jan 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
theres two version of cape fear? hmmm i will look into that, also the new film you mentioned i will keep a look out for that. thank
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Emma-hime Dec 23, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Given that your into foreign European films are you familiar with any Spanish language ones? Guillermo Del Toro has done a good few like the devils backbone, Pans labyrinth , chronos. 
Theres also the orphanage and an old 70s film about a young girl and fleeing soldier that has her fascination with the Frankenstein story mixed in  too called spirit of the beehive. 
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