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DoomRater wrote: A properly functional Bio-support suit that looks nearly identical to the one you see sprayed onto Agent 5 in the original Journeyman Project. Maybe I'll finally get around to building it one of these days.
Can you really do that?
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The Bio-support suit? I can't make it shrug off particles due to time travel, but I could get it to resist temperature changes and offer me a readout of the suit's currentvstatus via eyepiece... The technologies to help regulate blood temperature already exist, just not in glove or boot form.
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I want a SD2IEC of a 1541 ultimate II ;--;
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1. A system that can record your dreams in 4K quality.
2. A never ending, healthy, and always cold coke can.
3. Doom 4 to be the game I've always dreamed.
4. The perfect, ultimate computer.
5. A virtual reality with absolute manipulation of the surroundings.
6. A swift, painless death. (depression sucks.)
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Ribo Zurai wrote:1. A system that can record your dreams in 4K quality.
Man, I'd even settle for crappy early-1990s CG at 512x342, with the dithering and everything. (My dreams are often Myst-like.)
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wildweasel wrote:
Ribo Zurai wrote:1. A system that can record your dreams in 4K quality.
Man, I'd even settle for crappy early-1990s CG at 512x342, with the dithering and everything. (My dreams are often Myst-like.)
I don't do drugs because my brain does that for me while I sleep. Trust me, some of my dreams I could sell to Hollywood due to their complexity and 'storyline'.
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Ribo Zurai wrote:1. A system that can record your dreams in 4K quality.
2. A never ending, healthy, and always cold coke can.
3. Doom 4 to be the game I've always dreamed.
4. The perfect, ultimate computer.
5. A virtual reality with absolute manipulation of the surroundings.
I really like your wishes! I wish I also had a system that could record my dreams, my dreams are mostly funny *laughter*.
But...
Ribo Zurai wrote: 6. A swift, painless death. (depression sucks.)
Uh, well, huh, are you depressive?
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Also speak for yourself, I'd rather get killed in the ring than have a swift painless one.
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Ribo Zurai wrote:A swift, painless death. (depression sucks.)
I feel ya on that one. I've definitely been there. I think for me, I would prefer a temporary and unnoticeable "teleport out of reality" button. I could at least plow through my gaming backlog that way. (However, I've never had a sleep-dream before - only nightmares - go figure!)

Anywho,
  1. The ability to absorb programming knowledge from examples/my surroundings instead of detailed tutorials
  2. The removal of my perfectionist worries
  3. The ability to put out perfect video games on my own with no effort
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A finished Mordeth would be nice.
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But that will remove their meaning of Mordeth, lol.
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cambertian wrote:1. Just enough knowledge of anatomy to draw figures without drawing a skeleton
It doesn't have to be a detailed one, but it is always a good idea to have one for every figure you draw anyway. It's the best way to figure out new and complex poses, but also to double-check on all of your body proportions. You should scratch this one from your list.
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An end to racism and sexism, if only so that my internet friends will stop having heartbreaking/useless arguments about them. And so that I don't have to feel mad at one of my otherwise pretty mellow co-workers.
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Project Dark Fox wrote: It doesn't have to be a detailed one, but it is always a good idea to have one for every figure you draw anyway. It's the best way to figure out new and complex poses, but also to double-check on all of your body proportions. You should scratch this one from your list.
I'm more of an exaggerated-animator type; the last tutorial I had seen was by a professional from the industry, and all he did was draw a quick line and use it as a spine. You make solid points though. I think I'll go ahead and remove it.

Here's some more from me:
  1. Build my own raycaster
  2. Better decision-making skills
  3. More satisfaction from big purchases
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My advice with big purchases: focus on experiences rather than goods. Materials are replacable. Memories last as long as you cherish them.

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