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By Anonymous - Posted on 13 March 2009
Link to El Nuevo Siglo Americano
YOU FOUND IT! Simply outstanding. I'm guessing the link to "El Nuevo Siglo Americano" is how you can get a DVD of this. How's it going, everybody! Good, I trust.
WTF? Anybody having luck getting a hold of the original version in a language I can semi understand? FireFox has a download feature to capture these .flv files and convert to .avi (which I can convert to .iso or .vob (DVD)), but it's not going to do me any good in spanglish. I got a cousin that's fluent in taco talk; at least he'll get some good out of this. Please post a link if you know how to order this direct. Thanx.
Robin , do not despair, apparently this is a just temporary situation brought about by the filmmaker for legitimate reasons! Hat tip to CrimsonEagle over at TVnewslies.org for finding out why :
"Yank, I think that this will only be temporary.
'NOTE: The film was removed by the creator so as not to interfere with submission to several film festivals. He said he will post it again in time. If you want some other excellent documentaries check out these films. The Age of Transitions is brand new and my personal favorite. - Chris'
This quote was from http://www.informationliberation.com/index.php?id=26614 on March 3rd."
Oh goody! I'd make you breakfast if I had some eggs to make ham and eggs, if I had some ham! I burned off a copy for me Spanish speaking wunderkin cousin. Larry the Cable Guy speaks Mexican better than me (that's pretty shitty). (≥_≤)
ARREST BUSHCO & RICO PNAC/FARA AIPAC...PNAC is Bush/Cheney's "Helter Skelter" !
Chip, EXCELLENT! So glad you posted the Spanish version (and really wondering why Google hasn't yanked it yet... guess they don't hear Espanol , or read Spanish sub-titles during the English parts! LOL)
Okay, this Italian director IS smart... he is making us salivate for the English version, like Pavlov's dog.
OFFICIAL SITE for "The New American Century" by Massimo Mazzucco
I thought I'd see a four leaf clover. Maybe it has to be approved first? I'm so dumb; have mercy on me.
Besides , I can't get it to image either. Beautiful lucky clover ! http://i713.photobucket.com/albums/ww138/Napewaste/Picture49.png
Hey, check out this new tool bar! I wonder if we need new lessons to do imagery?
ARREST BUSHCO & RICO PNAC/FARA AIPAC...PNAC is Bush/Cheney's "Helter Skelter" !
I just signed up to Photobucket last night so I could get a "tag" (html code for pasting in comment section) and when I did it last night in the wee hours (paddy talk), all I saw was the code (so I'm guessing it had to be approved first(?)). Now I must learn SCALE! (eeeee!) On my Photobucket page at the top where your upload options are, there's a drop down list of what size you want to upload(?) your picture. I used the default setting of 1024 x 768, (there's one size larger and five smaller (100x75; 160x120; 320x240; 640x480 and 800x600). I was hesitant to use a smaller size fearing it would compress it permanently at Photobucket and if I wanted to send it larger, it'd be pixelized (but I think I'm wrong on that? I'm asking). So my question to Chip or David is what's a good size (about a quarter of the one above? I could experiment, but I'm guessing somewhere around 160x120 or 320x240... (recommendations are welcome). I know I could use html on the code, but I don't know if I'd use a standard size (like listed) or would it have to be a specific ratio (i.e. 153x117 instead of 160x120) to keep from skewing the graphic? Hey, I'm asking NOW before you go out and drink vast quantities of green beer!
The reason you can't click on the graphic above is because I selected "private" on the viewing (if I didn't, I'd lose all intellectual property rights), but I'm not Leonardo so I'm going to change that back to "public". That way you can see other stuff I've done. (I did let a potential business partner get too close of a look at a shifter I designed in the 80's and then we went our separate ways. A year later I saw FULL PAGE ADS of my shifter in magazines (HotRod, CarCraft etc.) and learned a valuable lesson about patents, copyrights, and so forth.
So David (and Chip), if you'd allow just one more that size, I'll show you the entire graphic where that clover was a detail and if you need me to do something for your (our) cause for your very fine website, I'll be glad to donate my time and full rights of graphics to AfterDowningStreet. It's the least I can do.
The title to this is Ace's table top. What I imagine a war weary german fighter pilot of WW I sees in the evening, after killing strangers all day. The irony of good and evil and how we justify what we do in this life. Enjoy (or not).
Happy Saint Patrick's day and be careful (as you're able :)
In other words, are you the graphic artist that designed this?!? This is amazing work!
The only thing I researched closely was the "Blue Max" medal (the highest honor a German fighter pilot could achieve (they made a movie by that name with George Peppard starring)) from archive photos of three different ones, but I drew it myself. Everything on there is my design, even the walnut burl table top. Absolutely no copy and pasting for me. Everything is from imagination. I worked as an artist at a head shop back in the early seventies and went to building murals and eventually design. All self taught. I'll have to load up my photo bucket account to let you see some other stuff. I did this in a vector program (Lineform®) but I just bought a Corel Painter® program so now I can make "fur" and other neat textures a lot easier (I hope). Practice practice practice! Take care.
This really different. I have not seen this before. Really beautiful. Does each have a specific meaning? The shadows and the smoke from the cigar makes it look like you could pick it up. Really nice!
and you have a kindred spirit to an artist in my home, Robin :-)
Austim Spectrum Disorders tend towards the visual arts. What their brains lack in social and/or communication centers, it actually makes up for in their visual center! I have seen brain scans of "normal" people compared to those with autism spectrum disorder at the Autism Society of America conference, and it is fascinating...some autism brains have visual centers twice the size of other people!
Who knows, I might be gifted like your son. My communication and social skills leave a lot to be desired. He's probably just a purer version of me :) To this day I remember drawing the Roadrunner (fastus maximus) or Wile E. Coyote (Genius) or Snoopy on a skateboard and show it to my mom and she'd say "oh that's nice" (in a condescending way) or "that's more of a primitive technique" and it pissed me off, so the rest of my life has been "I'LL SHOW HER!". I guess I work better mad :)
Encourage him (not like my mean mom (I keed!)) and one day he may just stun you in some sort of skill or way! Tell him I said "hi!". Take it easy.
My son is gonna freak out, I cannot wait to show him your Photobucket site!
I unlocked my Photobucket account so I guess you can see stuff now. I believe my E-mail can be had there too (I don't think that's allowed here). This is just playing around with my new digital pen/brush & tablet. Can you imagine making all them little swirly hair with a mouse! This opens a lot of doors to my capabilities! Take care and enjoy :)
I just HAVE to show your works to my son, he is considering taking graphic arts AS after his AA , and your works and techniques may motivate him. His brain is stuck on Fine Art (pencil drawings, amazing ones) , but if he can transfer his work to a graphic art venue , he may be employable someday!
I thought you could just click on my picture and go to my page, but apparently all you go to is the Photobucket main page. I made my page public so just query by my site name of Napewaste (Lakota for "Good Hands") and that should take you there.
I'm glad to hear he likes to pencil draw. That's VERY important! You can learn a lot with a pencil and not get confused with too many other distractions like color, value, shading, shadows, texture ad infinitum (color being the main distraction!). If Dick Cheney outlawed color tomorrow, I'd be perfectly happy to go back to pencil, charcoal or pen & ink (black and white is probably all that bastard can see, anyway :) I pride myself on being an illustrator before an artist. Pencil is paramount to focus on form and shape. I've never had formal art training (could probably use it), but I've seen graduates who knew the perfect light study and color combinations but couldn't draw stick people. Oh, the blobs they paint are perfectly complimentary to the other blobs of paint on the canvas, but you get my meaning.
I'll tell you something that not many people realize, but the condition of your drawing hand has a very big role in how well you draw. Like gymnastics or diving or anything else, unless your hand does what your brain tells it to, no matter how vivid you can see something in your minds eye, you'll not be able to produce it (well, at least not without a five pound bag of erasers). Here's how to get your hand in shape/condition- DOODLE! DOODLE! DOODLE! He can practice hatching (i.e. ////////////// and \\\\\\\\\\\\\) leaning in both directions, loop de loops (like how I drew the "New Guinea Man's" hair) and a bunch of other techniques. Muscle memory is what it trains you in. I had to brush up on using my "drawing hand" (I'm a lefty) after so many years of drawing with my right and and a mouse. Yes, I was REAL rusty but after about 10 pages of doodles, I'm getting back in the saddle. Tell ya what, I'll make a page showing examples of hand exercise "doodles" and post it on my photo bucket page (it'll be the one without color :) You can print that off and have a reference if you'd like. Take care and give me about an hour.
but now I remember it at Photobucket. It's Napewaste.
This is pencil, in case your son doesn't think you can do stuff with one.
WOW, your pencil art style and genre reminds me of my boy!!! So he can transfer fine art pencil drawings to graphic art. I wonder if he knew that already?
I will find your photobucket and favorite it... thanks very much, Robin, he will get a big kick out of your creations;-)
PS Oops, I am not finding your photobucket site, and I joined just now . I just put Napewaste in search bar? Is there another trick to it?
My sister had a problem with that too, but I walked her through it (I had to figure it out my self, first). There are two search boxes with the word images in the box on the right with a little black triangle just to the side. Click on the little triangle and a drop down menu appears and select people. Type in Napewaste and then you should be able to see it (I thought I had changed it to public, but it didn't, thus requiring a password. I just made sure it's publicly accessible now, so you shouldn't have a problem). The tutorial I made should be the first one you see (upper left). Just click on any of the pictures and it will show them bigger on the next screen. Above the picture to the left will be a scale size of picture (i.e. 63% for instance) and above that will be a button saying 100%. Click on that to see the graphic full size. O/T there's a picture of one of my designs for a big block chevrolet V8 powered motorcycle. I had a business partner interested and a bunch of parts suppliers intrigued until this damned recession hit. Oh well, life goes on! Enjoy!
P.S. If you join this Photobucket, you can place graphics in comment sections like I have because it will automatically writes the code for the picture (< h r e f ... which you just copy and paste), but MAKE SURE you put some dimension code in there!!!. When I pasted those dragons in here this morning they were HUUUUUUUGE! Like 1300 x 1100 pixels!!
David and Chip would have chewed me out if I didn't learn how to scale that graphic back (the picture was so huge you could only see about half the picture on the monitor and the scroll bars were teeny! It's funny now, but I was freaking earlier :)
No doubt, you'll at least find some humor here...
My the ol' boy is all over the color wheel, isn't he! Obviously he's from my generation and he smacks a little of Peter Maxx... on better weed :) (or something). I'd feel more prophecy if the painting was in someone else's hands that shows the jets and smirkey. You can always add stuff like that if you have it handy. Call me cynical.
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