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Commando!

"What did you do with him?"

"I let him go!"

HAHAHA :(

You've got the guy's suit and hair just right. How did you do that? On a tablet? It's pretty impressive for a quick knock up job.

I can't play this without a mouse. Maybe tomorrow when I'm home!

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:( Just cos you don't know the fillum.

Paint is pants. Besides Artrage is free.

http://www.artrage.com/artrage.html :(

Download it and have a play.

I do, there was one of those film shows where they discussed how the duke doesn't cross the threshold because he represents the old "wild" west, where men like him are a dying breed and shit...

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but isn't that, like, the WHOLE POINT!?!

I thought the whole point was to draw a scene from a film in an art package. It's not as if I'm using a photo is it?

All it does is give a nicer effect, I still have to do the sodding drawing, don't I?

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Besides which I have a Mac and don't have MS Paint, I'd have to use Photoshop. Who cares? It still looks sucky.

:D

I thought I could make it as an "artist"

Yes to Hard Boiled BTW

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I thought the whole point was to draw a scene from a film in an art package. It's not as if I'm using a photo is it?

All it does is give a nicer effect, I still have to do the sodding drawing, don't I?

Classic Movie Moments, in MS Paint

sure, if you like...

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