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Warmond von Vrupp
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  • Dec 25
  • United States
  • Deviant for 11 years
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I've seen it: It's Coming -- Stay Tuned!
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My Bio
Oogly boogly boo...

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Favourite Visual Artist
Tsutomu Nihei
Favourite Movies
Blade Runner, Akira, Princess Mononoke, Interstellar
Favourite TV Shows
Babylon 5, Sidonia no Kishi, Legend of the Galactic Heroes
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Bear McCreary, Powergove, Lazerhawk
Favourite Books
Dune: The Butlerian Jihad, Once an Eagle, BLAME!
Favourite Writers
Kevin J. Anderson
Favourite Games
Battlezone I (1998), Halo: Combat Evolved (2001), Napoleon: Total War (2010)
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC
Tools of the Trade
1x Pentel 0.7mm Twist-Erase mechanical Pencil with 2B graphite
Other Interests
Engineering, world-building, politics, aviation, science fiction-fiction, and music
Obsessed with Interstellar...

Art is...

Art is...

... a function of Technical Skill multiplied by the Average Audience Reaction divided by Intent. A modifying Environmental Constant may be added on, representing how current events affect the outcome. A positive Environmental Constant means that there is a more favourable reaction as the work resonates with the times, where a negative Environmental Constant represents dissonance with contemporary values. Short form: A = SR/I + E

The Straw that Broke the Camel's Back...

The Straw that Broke the Camel's Back...

It's a sad thing indeed when the only good episode of a series is the one that is merely a montage of its preceding series. I'm talking about Last Exile here. Gonzo has successfully destroyed everything that made the original an engaging anime, and in doing so has not only wiped out but also made a mockery of one of my favourite science fiction universes. Now, I'm not very big on anime, but I can tell when something is good or not. This "sequel" is an atrocity on every front. Allow me to elaborate: 1. They failed to pragmatically design the technology of the world this time around--tiny vespa = greater longevity than vanship? Paddle treads

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DBleazardHobbyist Writer
I just read your comment on $techgnotic's journal... we have a winner. :XD:
I'm not the type that believes in miracles, what can I say. There's an explanation for everything. :p
DBleazardHobbyist Writer
Yeah, I agree on that one :)
Thanks for the :+fav:
Purgatory2010Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch and continuous support. We won't let you down :D
Hey, it's been - 6 months since I last check dA? Anyways, I just want to thank you, because that really helped to clear up my understanding of the actual Claudia engine. And yeah, as you found out, the whole concept was based around using Bismuth as a source. It was the metal with the strongest reaction to a magnetic field I could find with a few minutes quick research. But I appreciate that you actually took the time to let me know of that.
Love the PZL.XXV by the way.