Asking a 'baumer if they have Aspergers is like asking a Jew if he likes money. Do you even need to ask?
Why do you people call your food meat names and make those foods look like actual meat, sometimes right down to fake bones? Do you not see how psychotic that is? It's like fucking a Real Doll of a child and then telling everyone you're not a pedophile.Demeter wrote: ↑Mon Sep 04, 2017 9:49 pmDoes anyone have experience using Vector Graphics and know of a free thing I can download to create vector graphics?
Also, a program that can detect an outline in a drawing and make the rest of it pure white (or pure any color). Downloaded Gimp last night hoping I could do that with it but either I can't or I couldn't figure it out. Would make creating designs so much easier.
I think I'm going to buy this printer (needed a printer anyway - pain in the ass going to the library every time I need something printed): https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01 ... 270e0ead5a
And I'm kind of hoping Corel might do some or all of this for me, but IDK.
Demeter wrote: ↑Mon Sep 04, 2017 9:58 pmI don't eat stuff that looks like actual meat. I eat vegan nuggets, vegan hot dogs, vegan deli slices - none of that looks like meat. You don't own the copyright to those shapes. Vegans can use them too with better food. And the reason companies call their food stuff like chick'n is because it replaces the actual chicken people grew up eating. So people know, "Oh, I can just replace chicken with this, easy peasy." Trust me, it's actually an insult to the food, but if it makes it easier for people to make the transition then I'm all for it.