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Fri Aug 7, 2009, 12:21 AM
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  • Reading: 'The fountainhead' by Ayn Rand.
Now no more need for the journal css!

Sorry for the inactivity all. Been interesting lately.

Started playing ultimate frisbee again, always a plus. Doing a ton of web design stuff right now as well. Trying to write an app for Google android. Long distance season started for paddling. Trying to roll out a big update at work. School is heading into finals. Etc.

Once I have a life again I'll start with the whole uploading thing again. I have a bunch of new stuff.

Oh also, finished "The Fountainhead" by Ayn Rand today. Interesting book. Not as good as Flowers for Algernon (my current favorite), but it definitely makes you see why Ayn Rand readers are such pretentious bastards - they have a right to be so after reading that (or at least they think they do).

Yay for new page layouts!

Mon Dec 15, 2008, 11:39 PM
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  • Listening to: This is a line
  • Reading: and another line
  • Watching: hey look!
  • Playing: Zebra stripes!
  • Eating: Yay
Now no more need for the journal css!



Admin Journal CSS Style

Journal Entry: Mon Dec 8, 2008, 8:30 PM
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  • Listening to: This is a line
  • Reading: and another line
  • Watching: hey look!
  • Playing: Zebra stripes!
  • Eating: Yay

Hola,

Hey fellas, I just finished making this admin style journal. If you haven't noticed lately, the admins have a spiffy new css style for their pages. I figured I'd hit it up as well, and now have decided to share it with you. I'll upload a deviation with the files and the script in a sec.

Scratch that, here it is.

Pissing off greenpeace

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 2, 2008, 2:46 AM
  • Mood: Seasonal


Just got approached by some hippy chick
promoting greenpeace.

Her: "We need to stop global warming!
If we don't all the polar bears will die!"

Me: "Yea but with the polar bears gone
we'll have more baby seals to club!
They make great coats."




Needless to say she wasn't too happy

.

Where I've been

Journal Entry: Sat Jul 26, 2008, 4:43 PM
  • Mood: Seasonal
  • Listening to: "Dive Deep" by Morcheeba
  • Reading: A lot
  • Eating: Hawaiian foods
  • Drinking: Water!
I know I haven't been around and on lately, but I decided you guys deserved an update about everything.


Lately I've been working and paddling (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outrigge… a lot lately, and that's really been taking up most of my time. I'm still drawing, but I feel that the level that my drawing abilities are at aren't worth posting (yet).

I have been getting better though, as the background of this journal shows, but it's still not at the level I'd like it to be. I've mostly been practicing while doing my calculus homework, though often times this means I have a sketch of a figure battling out with the calculus integrations for space on the page.

Anyway, adieu for now; but hopefully you'll start seeing some stuff from me before the end of the year that I deem on par with the rest of my gallery.

Bus Fun

Journal Entry: Wed Nov 7, 2007, 8:17 PM
  • Mood: Suggestive
  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.


So recently, I've seen a huge increase in my drawing abilities due to my recent acquisition of a tablet PC (So nice to have). I've been doing alot of quick sketches ( practice drawings if you would ) with the tablet, some of which have turned out rather nicely. However, I often find myself spending upwards of 2 or 3 hours working on a single piece of art, which I find doesn't help my drawing ability, it just wastes time making the art piece have more depth (which I'm confident in my ability in). So in order to restrict myself, I've been doing drawings on the bus. As soon as I arrive at my destination, I stop drawing and save it. Done and final. Thus I present to you my next series of artwork, "Bus Fun", starting with Bus Fun #10.

Just a notice, I'll only be submitting #10 to my furryomnivore account. All the rest will be posted on my pwnies account. Enjoy all.

Bus Fun #10
Bus Fun 10 - Easter Island by furryomnivore

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OK GO once sang...

Fri Oct 26, 2007, 10:03 PM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
"there's a fire.... there's a fire."










Those are my parents standing in front of the house. The car there is our truck, seen here The Truck by furryomnivore

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Synonym for "dissed"

Thu Oct 25, 2007, 12:12 AM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
burnt

Which is what happened to where I live in San Diego. My parent's house and a plot of land they own both got burnt. Sad times. www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCAFl_…

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CHANGING TEH ACCOUNTS

Tue Sep 11, 2007, 11:38 AM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
I'm tired of this name that microsoft randomly generated for me. It makes people think im some furry or something.

THUS: switching over slowly to mah new account: pwnies
Hell yes pwnies.

pwnies
pwnies
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pwnies
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  • Mood: Suggestive
  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
...that pees all over your stuff:

Because I can do this on it:
www.myspace.com/furryomnivore

Be sure to turn your speakers up.



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OMFG LAPTOP!!!

Sun Sep 9, 2007, 8:52 PM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
SO CLOSE ALMOST HERE!



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Dream about...

Sat Sep 8, 2007, 4:01 PM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
you it

I usually dream about meeting the perfect companion... however as of late all I've been dreaming about is my LAPTOP THAT COMES IN EIGHT DAYS OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG

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in my head

Sun Jul 29, 2007, 6:59 PM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is, I don't know what that sound is, I wonder what it is....

... has been going through my head for the last half an hour simply because either one could be used as the start or the end of the statement, thus I don't know if the one I just said is the beginning or the end of my statement, so to be on the safe side I add an ending to it... which might also be the beginning.

AAAAUUUUGGHGHGHGHHGHGHGHG

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pownce

Sun Jul 1, 2007, 9:51 PM
  • Mood: Suggestive
  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
New little social networking site attempt. It will be interesting to see how well it does. It puts an emphasis on file sharing and global messaging more than anything else, so it will be interesting to see how well it does, even though it seems like a toned down version of qnext.

For now though, I decided I might as well grab some high traffic usernames just for kicks. So if you are on pownce, be sure to add my three accounts as friends:

pwnies
photoshop
linux

For those of you who don't have an account and may be interested in joining, lemme know and I'll send you an invite. No pressure though, i don't really expect this to take off; but at least we can share funny pics if we're friends.



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Leavin' On A Jet Plane

Thu Jun 14, 2007, 11:33 PM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
I'll get straight to the point. I'm moving overseas. Leaving San Diego. How long? Few years, maybe longer.

To all my So-Cal friends: Lets hook up before I go, I leave mid August.

######################################
Download some .PSD's and learn somethin!

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.PSD Files Available For Download

Sat Mar 31, 2007, 5:20 AM
  • Mood: Suggestive
  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
DivineError has kindly provided me with webspace and bandwidth to host all of my .psd (photoshop file) files to my works of art. This means that you guys can download the actual .psd's so you can see the actual layers behind the finished piece. Note that this is for educational purposes only. I provide this so that you guys can learn how to use photoshop. Don't steal them or I'll stop hosting them. Anyway, without further delay, here's the .psd file list (I'll update this throughout the week and make it longer as I upload more):

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Enjoy, more will be added.
  • Mood: Suggestive
  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
Curse you and your unholy relationship with two wheels.

You see, riding is like a marriage. You have a relationship to your wheel. However, all you Godless bicycling heathens disrupt this relationship and have two wheels; and I think we all know that the only people who have two wives are cult leaders ("No really, I am god. And if you marry me along with my other 12 wives I'll give you salvation! For reals! Not for play-play!"), Mormons (Dial 1900-Mormon1 for a free book of Mormon and 50% of your next purchase at www.russianbrides.com!), and Muslims ("Marry me! Why? Same reason for everything, it's for Allah! I brush my teeth for Allah!").
Now you may think those religious views are offensive, but they aren't nearly as offensive as the mass amount of people who ride by me on their "bikes" each day. BIKE IS DIKE WITH A BACKWARDS "d". Utter disrespect.
Unicycles though are harmonious. You see, with a unicycle, your relationship to your wheel is two way. You need it and it needs you. It needs your balance, your precision, and your wisdom; and you need its support, its freedom, and frankly, its love.
With a bike on the other hand, the dual nature of the relationship is filled with greed. You only take advantage of the two wheels, you eliminate the need for balance and throw all your responsibilities on the ones below you. All the bike wants from you on the other hand, is your power. Nothing more. That is all you are to them, a powerplant.

So people I urge you, give up your heathen and polygamist ways and try a Unicycle. Oh and Lance Armstrong - I loathe you.

(I am so getting banned for this journal...)
  • Mood: Suggestive
  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
:macos::tux::windows:

Burning stereotypes, raging fanboys, and simple ignorance contribute to the vast misunderstanding of the differences between these three operating systems. Granted, like politics, these stereotypes can be quite humorous; just check out Apple's recent mac vs. pc ads. So for the one or two people who actually have continued to read beyond this point, I'm going to attempt to explain the real differences and advantages between these systems by defaming myths about these systems.

First off, let me point out that I use all three operating systems. I'm not some windows fanboy, I'm not some elitist mac user, and I'm not some social outcast in his basement making love to his linux box (at least, not usually).

[Level One]
:macos:

Myth: Mac OS never crashes, unlike windows which gets a blue screen of death
Reality: Not true. All last year I used a mac at work to do all of my artwork. During that time I had plenty of times where it froze and/or crashed - All computers do. The reality of why Mac's don't crash as much as PC's is simply because Apple controls the hardware that is put into a Mac. This means that they know and can compensate for ALL hardware being added to the system. Linux and Windows boxes on the other hand aren't made by the developers of the software, which means that they have no idea what will be put inside the machine that the software will be installed on, and thus will have to do vastly more work to make sure that the system works together without crashing. Both Linux and Windows have done an excellent job of this when you think about the sheer mass of things they have to cover. But are Mac's better since they only use Apple certified software? For stability yes, but from a financial and customization aspect no. Due to the hardware only being sold through Apple, the company creates an monopoly on all mac hardware, eliminating competition and driving up prices. It can also eliminate a person's ability to customize their system to their preferences.

Myth: Mac OS is better for artistic purposes and other media
Reality: Again, not true. Lets take a look at some major production companies. Our first example will be ILM (Industrial Light and Magic), the company that revolutionized film and visual effects when it first did the effects for Star Wars. The company is the largest visual effects company to date, doing graphics for movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean, The Perfect Storm, Harry Potter, and of course, Star Wars. So what operating system do they use to make all of your magic? Linux. Yes, Linux. "But wait" you might be saying, "Do they only use it to render the final product?" No, all aspects of modeling are done with linux as well. They use Alias Maya and Softimage XSI installed on linux systems to do this. Also, once the final scenes are rendered, they use a home-built program for Linux to composite the entire movie - no Final Cut Pro here. Take a look at this slashdot article to read more about it ( slashdot.org/articles/02/06/12… ).
That aside, it would be one sided to not say that alot of artistic media is produced on Macs. In fact, it has been shown via tests that Photoshop runs slightly faster on a mac compared to a PC. But this does not mean that if you are doing artistic media you have to use a mac, as shown by the slashdot article.



[Level 2]
:tux:

Myth: Linux is only for programmers, hackers, and that creepy guy who takes pictures of me and talks about Star Trek.
Reality: Yup, and btw, those pictures of you are hot. Rawr. Just kidding. No! Absolutely not. Linux has greatly advanced over the last few years, and is being improved everyday. Linux is immensely easy to use these days, and is a great free alternative to windows or mac OSX. Ubuntu, one of the most popular "flavors" of linux, is built to be user friendly and powerful. Thanks to .deb files (Ubuntu's version of .exe files in windows, or .dmg files on a mac), programs are amazingly easy to install. Not only that, but most flavors of linux are already packed with powerful word editors that are equal to Microsoft Word (OpenOffice), media players (VLC), amazing image editors (The Gimp), and many other programs.    


Myth: Linux looks like crap, just take a look at this screenshot www.linux-magazin.de/Artikel/a… ! I'd rather use OSX because it looks nicer.
Reality: Linux is greatly customizable, and tries to fit the needs of as many people as possible. What is shown in that screenshot is merely a graphically stripped down version of Linux's many window managers. Want to see how pretty linux can look? Watch this video NOW www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZD7Qra…. OSX has nothing on this.


[Level 3]
:windows:

Myth: Windows gets the blue screen of death all the time, and it freezes a ton because of viruses
Reality: Windows only gets to the state of constant blue screens and freezing if you ruin it to that point. You see, since windows has the majority of the market share of operating systems, almost all viruses, spyware, and other goodies are made for it. However, you can only get these things if you are foolish in how you use windows. It's like a car. If you leave it unlocked with the keys in the ignition, its going to get stolen. If you use common sense while using it, you'll never get any of these things, and Windows will be as stable as any other operating system. I had one of my windows machine on for forty days straight. No resets, freezes, nothing. Simply because I was smart with how I used it.

Myth: Bill Gates owns your soul if you use Windows!!
Reality: He already owns Canada, it's just a matter of time before he takes your soul anyway.

Reflection and my opinions about each operating system and where they should be used:

OSX - Great for a laptop or a portable computer where you need stability, efficiency and ease of use. Because the hardware and the software are in such unison, integration and execution of things is as smooth as possible. As a downside, macs are much more expensive than PC's. A MacBook Pro that costs $2,000 has the same specs as a dell laptop that costs $1,350. I'd never recommend a desktop mac for people though, as they are simply too expensive.

Linux - So many flavors, so many possibilities. Still the hardest to use of all of the operating systems, despite huge advances. However, it is, and always will be 100% free. Great for the tinker or the rebel. Also you can use it to impress your friends!

Windows - My primary operating system seeing as I cant afford a mac, and Linux can't run Photoshop. Windows also runs games the best, which is of dire importance.


Well thats the summary of the operating systems in my world. Lemme know if you have questions.

vote yes on prop GIVEMEBACKMYPREVIEWS

Thu Nov 16, 2006, 11:54 AM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
No more custom previews young lad.

What does this mean?

It means for people who have .png images with transparency, they look like this when you thumb them:
HOW TO make a noose by furryomnivore

Wow thats bad, what can I do to get previews back Jacob?

Well you can vote in hexentanz 's journal here hexentanz.deviantart.com/journ… , that'd be a good start.

I'm not entirely convinced that we should have previews, can I have some more info?

Sure no prob. Check out DivineError 's journal, he makes some good points: divineerror.deviantart.com/jou… . Be sure to also check out the help forum that hexentanz references in the poll question: forum.deviantart.com/devart/he… . Don't vote without knowing what you're voting for though, make sure you understand the topic and choose what you believe. Deviantart is a community, and a community can only run smoothly if it runs in the direction that the group wants it to. Voting blindly ruins the democratic process involved.



I carry a knife. It likes squishy stuff. You're made of squishy stuff.

stalk me

Wed Nov 1, 2006, 7:28 PM
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  • Listening to: some sitar music
  • Drinking: Water. Only water. Never anything else.
all resources provided.
for any additional questions, please contact subject on his SkypeIn phone number (1.619.822.2104)

Skype Account: kplronskype
SkypeIn Number: 1.619.822.2104
AIM Account: furryomnivore
Cell Phone: 1.619.993.3859
Email: jjcm.linux@gmail.com
Mailing Address:
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Residential Address:
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Birthday: 10.March.1987
Height: 72in / 183cm
Weight: 160lbs / 63kg
Hair: Blonde
Shoe Size: USA-11.5 / EU-45

Assasination Specific information:
Extremely sensitive skin. If skin comes in contact with any form of normal rash producing plants (poision ivy/oak) hospitalization may be required if left untreated after three days. Skin also reacts to various toxic saps (i.e. mango tree sap), as well as sulphites (specifically sulphur dioxide [preservative used in dried fruits]).
Doesn't go to sleep until early morning (2am-4am), however subject does not sleep on his bed. Subject sleeps under his bed. Attempts to stab him through the covers will prove futile.


I carry a knife. It likes squishy stuff. You're made of squishy stuff.