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  • Hi, Gonknation just a brief question. Do you think CJ and Mordecai will be back together again?

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    • Hey Regularguy! Sorry I didn't reply to this sooner, I logged out for a bit and missed it. In answer to your question; I honestly have no idea! xD Personally I hope they do work things out, but with Margaret coming back who knows. The writers must have re-introduced her for a reason.

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    • You're opinion is greatly appreciated bro, I mean.... sis, I mean...... lady, I mean....... madam, I mean..... are you in you're early 20's? I mean bye

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    • No problemo! ^^ And yeah I am, haha, I'm quite old.

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  • It's me! BrooklynneMoon from dA~

    Don't be surprised. I've been here for 2 years~

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  • Hey, GonkhNation, I just wanted to drop in and congratulate/be slightly jealous of you for your awesome comic book collection. It's nice to know that somebody else is as heavily into the show as I am. XD I was going to comment about it on Deviantart, but I wasn't sure if I could or not because I'm not an official member. (I might like to draw, but that doesn't mean I'm very good at it :P) Anyway, I remember something else about your post asking if anybody else collected Regular Show memorabilia, and I just thought I'd comply and tell you that I certainly do!

    While I do have about a dozen Regular Show comics, I certainly don't have all of them at this point. (The closest comic book store is about forty five minutes away from my place, and Amazon charges a bit too much for shipping -_-) I also have a pair of Regular Show headphones, (Which unfortunately stopped working a few weeks ago, but I still kept them because I'm a dork :P) three Funko Pop figurines, (Which is about to be four once my Muscle Man is shipped here) five plushes, (Which includes Mordecai, Benson, Pops, Skips, and Muscle Man) a remote control golf cart which includes Pops, Mordecai, and Rigby, two Regular Show posters, about thirty shirts, (I actually made a bet with my friend that I could wear a Regular Show shirt every day of the month) a Regular Show radio, a crapload of Regular Show socks, both a Mordecai and Rigby keychain, a plush keychain of Mordecai, a set of 2 inch Regular Show figurines that includes the main cast, (Excluding Thomas) two Mordecai action figures and a Rigby action figure, three necklaces, quite a few rubber bracelets, a cup, a Mordecai hat, a set of gloves that say 'Fist Pump', a Regular Show Mad Libs book, a set of Mordecai and Rigby action figures that come with 80s style glasses, (They're a reference to the episode Prank Callers, I believe) five Regular Show magnets, four pins, a Let's Play Punchies wallet, all of the DVDs, the 3DS game Mordecai and Rigby in 8-bit Land, a belt that's way too big on me, both a Mordecai and Rigby pullback toy which feature stackable fedoras, a bookmark, two lanyards, (Along with one my friend just crocheted for me as a Christmas present) a 2013 and 2014 calendar, a small backpack that has Mordecai and Rigby on it, a Regular Show Christmas stocking, a Mordecai ornament, a pack of thumb wrestlers ft. Mordecai and Four-Armageddon, a few stickers, and a Regular Show book called Tales from Regular Show. XD I also make my own fanart out of construction paper. (So far I've made Death, the baby ducks, Eileen, two different versions of Mordecai and Rigby, Peeps, Park Avenue, and Iacedrom from the episode Dizzy.) Sweet Moses, I have a lot of stuff. O_O

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    • CharismaKid16 wrote:
      Chickenpeter wrote:
      CharismaKid16 wrote:
       
      thanks for the info,i guess its more of a lucky find thing in any nerdy store
      You're welcome. :) And nerdy store?! Oh, come on; I'm not that bad... am I? o_o XD

      Lol dude,being a nerd isent like it used to be,its accepted im a nerd and proud =D

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    • CharismaKid16 wrote:
      Chickenpeter wrote:
      CharismaKid16 wrote:
       
      thanks for the info,i guess its more of a lucky find thing in any nerdy store
      You're welcome. :) And nerdy store?! Oh, come on; I'm not that bad... am I? o_o XD

      Oh and about benson,try the cartoon network store online,search under toys or something simmilar.

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  • I just checked out your devainart its really good!,I have one question though do you use a program or plain pen and paper?(I doodle too but i dont really know much about how its done)

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    • I concur with Peter, your art is great Gonk! :D

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    • Thank you very much Peter and Rack! I really appreciate the support. ^_^

      And in answer to your question Peter, my pictures are scanned rather than drawn using a tablet, though I do use Microsoft Paint to do some very basic editing like smoothing out the lines. I find using a black fineliner pen gets the best results in these cases.

      If you are interested in going digital and using more sophisticated programs, I have some experience with the small Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Tablet, which can be bought online for around $85. They come with software programs like Clip Studio Paint which I find easier to use than Photoshop, and there are plenty of online tutorials out there on how to get the best out of it.

      A warning though, the thing with something like a touch tablet is you'll have to look on your computer screen while you draw, and not the tablet itself. The co-ordination can be tricky to get down, especially if you're doing something more complex. Most videos I've watched says it takes at least a week or so of practice to fully get right, so just be prepared if you've never used something like this before.

      Another option is to get a cintiq which features a digital screen on the tablet itself, but those tend to be very pricey and most of the good ones I've seen are over a thousand dollars. The best advice I can give regarding this is do your research before you buy and find out what is right for you. Hope that helps somewhat. =)

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    • GonkhNation wrote:
      Thank you very much Peter and Rack! I really appreciate the support. ^_^

      And in answer to your question Peter, my pictures are scanned rather than drawn using a tablet, though I do use Microsoft Paint to do some very basic editing like smoothing out the lines. I find using a black fineliner pen gets the best results in these cases.

      If you are interested in going digital and using more sophisticated programs, I have some experience with the small Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Tablet, which can be bought online for around $85. They come with software programs like Clip Studio Paint which I find easier to use than Photoshop, and there are plenty of online tutorials out there on how to get the best out of it.

      A warning though, the thing with something like a touch tablet is you'll have to look on your computer screen while you draw, and not the tablet itself. The co-ordination can be tricky to get down, especially if you're doing something more complex. Most videos I've watched says it takes at least a week or so of practice to fully get right, so just be prepared if you've never used something like this before.

      Another option is to get a cintiq which features a digital screen on the tablet itself, but those tend to be very pricey and most of the good ones I've seen are over a thousand dollars. The best advice I can give regarding this is do your research before you buy and find out what is right for you. Hope that helps somewhat. =)

      cool thanks for the info =D

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    • Chickenpeter wrote:
      GonkhNation wrote:
      cool thanks for the info =D

      Anytime~ ^^

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  • Hey, GonkhNation, I just wanted to tell you that you did a really nice job on the plot for Take the Cake and Thomas Fights Back. Plots can be pretty hard to describe, (I just did a good part of one for Skips in the Saddle, it took me a while) so I just thought I'd give you a technological pat on the back for a job well done. I hope to see you around the forums! :)

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    • CharismaKid16 wrote:
      Hey, GonkhNation, I just wanted to tell you that you did a really nice job on the plot for Take the Cake and Thomas Fights Back. Plots can be pretty hard to describe, (I just did a good part of one for Skips in the Saddle, it took me a while) so I just thought I'd give you a technological pat on the back for a job well done. I hope to see you around the forums! :)


      Wow, thanks CharismaKid, I'm very honoured that you liked them! I just read your contribution for Skips in the Saddle and I must say you did a bang-up job yourself. I love how you included all the little details like Skip's shirt ripping and T-Shirt Man's frowny face shirt. xD Keep up the good work friend!

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    • Aw, thank you, GonkhNation! :) I'm just glad that you liked it. I hope to see more of your awesome plots as well. :D

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  • Hey, GonkhNation! I just wanted to drop in and wish you a happy Independence Day. :)

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