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He was a member here at a certain time.

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Here's one of his latest pictures! It's so awesome! His style with the eyes is just so incredible!

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/32333075/

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:cry: Damn!

You know, I clicked that link and fully expected to see some garbage art? I'll hafta check this guy's site out now.

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I checked through the first page of his gallery. Sadly, none of the pics strike me quite the way the one ESF posted does. I mean, yeah, he's got severe talent and they all look great, but... Meh.

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He's making a art CD that is for sell, and I so envy people who are getting it. Not only does he draw random vixens, he also draws Krystal and I'm pretty sure everyone has seen one of them, if not, see one! xD

And I've seen a teaser of Krystal in one of 'em, almost stopped my heart.

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He has a pretty apealing style to say the least, but no offense to him, but the way he draws Krystal, just doesn't look like Krystal...

His art techinques seem a bit simplistic to me, but he gets to the point.

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Its "kinda" Hard to draw krystal perfectly...

everyone got thier own styles.. and well TR draws krystal very well imo.

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I want his Art CD. :twisted:

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I know you do, ESF...

..and keep it in a little black jwelcase in your sock drawer, right....

JK!....(me too)

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I bought the CD! Only, he has to actually send it over the internet, rather than an actual CD. Yay!

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I know you do, ESF...

..and keep it in a little black jwelcase in your sock drawer, right....

JK!....(me too)

:shock:

So he just gives you the pictures, Dwight? That sounds like a good deal, less hassle.

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If I got it, no way, for one he's prohibited that and I wouldn't dare break that rule. sweatdrop.gif

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Actually, yes. Because simply voicing your selfish opinion leaves open now the possibility of art theft. If you're not an artist, you probably wouldn't understand, but this guy doesn't go to the trouble of drawing and selling his art just so some little punk can buy his CD and throw it up on the internet for anyone to see. If you really want to see the artwork, then buy the CD yourself. If you don't have the fiscal independence necessary (i.e., your parents won't let you), then you'll just have to accept that as the way the world works, or else find a friend that you trust through whom you could make the purchase. Don't go ripping off someone who's trying to make a few bucks doing something they're good at; most of these artists make their entire living doing this.

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[a lot of stuff I agree with entirely]

Dude, it was a joke. If dwight hosted it for real (which I know he won't), I'd find where he lived and kick him in the shins.

...I just wish I could buy the CD without getting weird looks from my parents when it comes in the mail/they find it on the comp. :shock: Es la vida, no?

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If you really have to hide your desires from your parents, all it takes is a bit of ingenuity and timing. Think about it, and you can make it happen.

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"most of these artists make their entire living doing this."

I kind of find that one a little hard to believe. Not that I'm saying art theft is acceptable, it isn't.

In an econimic sense, it really isn't possible to make a sustainable living off of art unless you sell an incredible amount of it or your works become very valuble.

I have to disagree and sayt hat these people do this to rake in some extra cash on the side and have day jobs to keep food on the table and a roof over their heads.

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I suppose a better estimation might have been 'some'. Though you're entirely right, methinks. Apparently, I'm rather adamant about this subject, a fact about myself which I had not previously known. o.O So I spoke mostly in haste.

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If you really have to hide your desires from your parents' date=' all it takes is a bit of ingenuity and timing. Think about it, and you can make it happen.[/quote']

like this!

Or change the extension to .dll (dosn't hyrt the data) and hide it in the system folder

got a DR. comet pic that I LOST doing that....as in can't find it.......

How much is it? the cd?

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I think it's $30. I like his art, but not enough to pay $30 for it.

In terms of that program, it may contain adware, be caureful. You creally can't trust free (as in beer) software anymore unless it is open source (which is free as in speech). There was a time where the worst you would get is a nag screen with a banner ad. Now this "free" software is paid for by advertisers who want to serve ads to your computer nonstop.

Open source software doesn't have this problem because putting adware in a open source program is just asking for someone to fork it and make a version sans-adware.

Here's something you can do that doesn't require downloading anything:

Create your own user account (if you don't have one already). MAKE SURE IT IS AN ADMIN ACCOUNT! Use a secure password that your parents won't guess. When you walk away for a while, simply hold down the Windows key and press L (Win+L). You'll have to enter your account password to unlock the PC. You could also log out if you choose (it's nicer to your folks :) ).

If your parents have admin accounts, they can log you off by entering their credentials, but it won't show that what you were doing.

To keep them out of folders, you can use NTFS permissions. Now, for this to work you hard drive needs to be NTFS-partitioned.

You can tell by going to My Computer. Single click on the drive. The pane on the left should tell you the filsesystem. If you turned that off, right-click on it and hit "Properties." It will tell you the File System type on the General Tab after "Files System."

If it is FAT32, this won't work.

If the secret folder is in My Documents of the old account, move it. You will cause problems if you deny someone from their My Docs folder.

If you are using XP Home, do this before continuing. If you are using XP Pro, skip this link. http://www.tweakxp.com/article36707.aspx

Go to the Folder Options. (from My Computer, click the "Tools" menu and then "Folder Options." Go to the "View" tab. Scroll down to the bottom of the list and make sure "Use Simple Filesharing (recommended)" is unchecked. Hit "OK."

If the user account you will now be using account DID NOT create this folder, do the following first. If your user accound did, skip these next few steps (Go to ------------- ).:

Log in as the account that created the folder. Go to the folder you want to lock. Go up one folder so you can select this folder. (I.E. if it is C:my stuffhideme go to C:my stuff)

Right-click on the folder and hit "Properties." Got to the "Security" tab. Click "Advanced."

On the "Permissions" tab, click "Add." These "Select Users or Groups" dialog appears. Enter your new username that you created earlier. Click "Check Names". Click "Ok". On the next dialog appears, scroll to the bottom of the list and check the "Allow" box (left one) for "Take Ownership." Click "OK" on all boxes until you are back to the folder.

Log off.

Log back on as your new account.

Go to the folder again.

Right click the folder and go into the properties again. Go back to the "Security" tab and click "advanced" again.

Go to the "Owner" tab.

Your new username should appear in the "Change Owner To" box. Select it. Check the "Replace Owner on subcontainers and objects" box if you want to change owner on everything in that folder (I would).

Click "OK."

Skip the next step.

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Next, select the folder you want to lock. Right-click. Select "Properties."

Go to the "Security" Tab. Click on the "Add" button

The "Select user or Groups" dialog opens.

In the "Enter Object Names to Select" field, type the usernames of the people you whom want to deny access to the folder one at a time, hitting the "Check Names" button in between. If you want, you can continue after just one username and repeat these next couple of steps for all users you need to deny.

Select the first user you want to deny from the "Group or User Names" box on the security tab.

In the permissions box, check the "Deny" box (right one) for everything.

Repeat the last 2 steps for all users you want to deny.

DO NOT JUST UNCHECK ALLOW! The "Not Allow" permission (neither Allow or Deny is checked) is overridden by the group permission. If the person you are trying to deny is in, say, the admin group, that group's allow permissions will override the ones you just set. Deny trumps all, even if the group permission is set to allow, a Deny on a user will deny them acces regardless. DO NOT DENY THE ADMINS GROUP AS YOUR ACCOUNT IS IN IT! The group deny trumps a user's allow. Instead of a shortcut, you're creating a big problem.

If you fear you'r parents will try to take ownership of the folder to find what's in it, just go to the advanced button, permissions tab, click add, type in their username(s) as before, and check deny on take ownership.

Sounds complicated, but it is easy. No spyware risk.

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Why bother with that?

You can just save it to a folder somewhere totally random where they won't look (Like in a savegame folder in a game - if you uninstall the program, it'll leave any unrecognised folders, by the way) and rename it to 'SaveGameData' or something. Then just set it to hidden (Right click, properties, down at the bottom of the window click 'Hidden', hit apply. If it just fades, click in the Windows Explorer window Tools -> Folder Options -> View tab -> Change the radio button to 'do not show hidden files and folders'. When you want to get back into it and don't have any shortcuts, just go back to those Folder Options and change the radio to 'Show hidden files and folders')

It takes about ten seconds to override, but if your parents aren't /looking/ for it (And I don't see why they would be), that's more than good enough.

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