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supercerealoso supercerealoso: Happy Fourth! (A Little Late)
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Like on facebook, please! :3
Posted: 8th Jul 2013, 1:11 AM
Keywords: murica, america, fourth of july, 4th, july, independence, washington, freedom
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I'm just sayin' maybe Washington wasn't that great
How dare you?!
He was so awesome he even had his own martial art!
Freedom do!
supercerealoso supercerealoso: RGB (last blog entry)

I did an experiment to find out which color is the easiest to remove from sketches. I used red, green and blue because those are actually the basic ones used in image files. This is the original image that I scanned:

Now this is the red channel of the same image:

This is the green channel:

And this is the blue channel:

It seems that red is the better option, at least with the specific tones I have available, which is weird because everybody uses blue (at least that’s what I’ve heard).

Posted: 25th Feb 2017, 2:04 AM
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ranger_brianna_new ranger_brianna_new:
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I forget where, but I once heard something along these lines:

As far as military tactics go, Washington was nothing special. In fact, there were other generals who knew how the battlefield worked better than he did, on both sides.

...However, in terms of strategy, he was basically unrivaled. He knew how to keep his army in-tact. He knew how to pump them full of moral, he knew what he needed to do in order to catch The British off-guard, and he knew what he needed to do in order to get into the positions of power he got into.

In other words, he was a brilliant man, highly manipulative of others, and quite admirable in how he used his skills, despite his shortcomings.
Posted: 8th Jul 2013, 2:21 PM
supercerealoso supercerealoso:
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True...
Posted: 9th Jul 2013, 5:02 AM