Welcome to the AnimeFuel Community Forums, I'm the owner of this website Demon fox and lucky for you I'm not here to use my ninja skills on yah, plenty of time for that later I assure you. Instead I'll be telling you a little about this place.
As you should be able to tell by now you are not registered with us as of yet and probably need a good reason to do so. Between you and I we both know you're a lazy bastard and so if you don't even want to listen to the rest of my introduction speech you may as well just go register.
Otherwise here's what you can do on our forums once you've registered. When you register you will be able to chit chat in our forums, entertain yourself with games and share videos with other members. The forums allows you to get access to free downloads shared by members, fast and direct support with video problems from members and staff and make anime requests which are priortized above anyone else's.
There are many more things you can do but our aim is to bring together a community of video fans where you can feel comfortable and make lots of friends around the world. God knows you need them.
So get your butt over to the registration page and join my I mean OUR community. Oh and one more thing watch out for a crazy guy with a gun he's wandering around somewhere in these pages and you'll probably see him if you become really slack with the forum.
This message will self destruct once registration is completed.
|Home||Forum||Register||FAQ||Members List||Army||Arcade||Search||Today's Posts||Mark Forums Read|
|Mentality Symposium An establishment of higher thought.|
||Thread Tools||Display Modes|
Anime Fuel Hero
Location: north of the border.
The Art Gallery
This doesn't necessarily need to be off topic, but I thought a touch of culture would do us all a little good. I chose to post this here in the hopes that sharing our favorite art works/ artist might provoke some interesting discussion and debate, while avoiding pictures of lol cats and such.
I say it doesn't need to be off topic, as I'm interested to see the fine works done by anime artists as well as those of past and current masters of visual art.
These guys start the show for me:
you can check out most of his work here: http://www.paolouccello.org/ but these three paintings of his in particular I find astounding.
Battle of San Romano
Bernardino della Ciarda Thrown Off His Horse
Micheletto da Cotignola Engages in Battle
From what I recall they originally hung in an estate in Florence, but were separated (thievery I believe) and the three haven't hung together since. Two were purchased by Du Louvre in Paris, while the third remains in Florence.
Not long ago I purchase the manga Purgatory Kabuki and I've been stoked on this guy's art ever since. I'm quite the fan of detailed art work, which is often cause for my appreciation of anime and manga, but Yasushi takes it overboard and manages to make even the elegant and beutiful look deadly and brutal, and vice versa.
cover of purgatory kabuki vol. 1 (it's big so you'll have to click, sorry)
Analog's underwear are digital. right now they're set to inverse 1 (I think that means they're on my head).
|Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)|