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1 Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:17 am

As I said, something totally unexpected.
Nobody saw that coming...

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2 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:20 pm

Death poot*?


*A subtle term for fart, used when dealing with toddlers. Don't want a bunch of sailors at age 5.

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3 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:03 pm

Face it. It exploded out its butt hole. HA! lol!

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4 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:23 pm

what just happened?

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5 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:35 pm

xivk wrote:what just happened?

I think Violet just remoted caused Scarlet's suit to assplode the big beetle.

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6 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:12 pm

...So did the suit explode? <_<!

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7 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:15 pm

xivk wrote:...So did the suit explode? <_<!
My guess it that the suit can store oxygen so Scarlet can breathe underwater and such (if needed), purging it expanded in a small space...well blow a balloon til it's full and keep on filling it.

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8 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:04 pm

Maybe we just pushed out a lot of things JJ might wanted to use XD

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9 Re: Bad gas on Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:06 pm

xivk wrote:...So did the suit explode? <_<!
She released the compressed oxigene stored in her suit and the bug did go like Kananga in "Live and let die" (IMHO the silliest death of all Bond villians).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBncb56Z_xI
Hmmm, now that I see this again... Was this the inspiration for the bugs end, JJ?

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10 Re: Bad gas on Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:10 am

wolfman-al wrote:
Hmmm, now that I see this again... Was this the inspiration for the bugs end, JJ?

Heh. Yeah, that was a stupid death for a villain. But most of Roger Moore's bond films (if not all) were pretty dumb.

Nope. It wasn't the inspiration for the end of the bug.
I got the idea from the "eye bulge" effect you get in cartoons. I wanted an excuse to use it.

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11 Re: Bad gas on Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:24 am

Quoth Jolly Jack:
Nope. It wasn't the inspiration for the end of the bug.
I got the idea from the "eye bulge" effect you get in cartoons. I wanted an excuse to use it.
That's probably the first time I recall seeing it being used appropriately and for a reason that's logical in-universe. Laughing

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12 Re: Bad gas on Wed Nov 18, 2009 1:58 am

jollyjack wrote:
wolfman-al wrote:
Hmmm, now that I see this again... Was this the inspiration for the bugs end, JJ?

Heh. Yeah, that was a stupid death for a villain. But most of Roger Moore's bond films (if not all) were pretty dumb.

Nope. It wasn't the inspiration for the end of the bug.
I got the idea from the "eye bulge" effect you get in cartoons. I wanted an excuse to use it.

Ah cool, thats a pretty good reason. Need to find such an excuse for my comic too, because that gag is too good to pass.

And yes, the Moore Bonds where too cartoonish and too silly for their own good (I like Roger Moore thou, he is a quite good actor and very socially engaged) Yet I still canĀ“t get over how stupid and absurd Kanangas death is. Its like you suddely switched from a Bond movie to Austin Powers or Monty Pythons Flying Circus. He just inflates like a balloon, he swallowed it so it just should inflate his stomache but his arms, legs and head inflates too. He rises to the celing (with an oxygene capsule?) and explodes with a bang. Where are the blood, bones and guts? Did he suddenly turn into a hollow rubber shell? There is so much wrong with this scene, even for a Moore Bond this is too dumb. The death would have been better if they would have showed just the water surface, then an underwater "Bompf" like from a water bomb and then a blood puddle on the water surface. Even thou his death would have been offscreen it would have been a million times more effective.
Sorry for that off topic rant, lets continue.

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13 Re: Bad gas on Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:26 am

So... the bug went 'pop' like an over-filled balloon. Scarlet would have been okay - the suit looks like it has a full seal but I imagine the kids would have overpressure-related injuries. Of course, IIRC, those are the little brats that snowball-surged Art, so they deserve what they get.

What I'm really interested in is how long it will take the quads to clean all the bug goop off of Scarlet's armour. That thing going 'pop' is going to leave a serious mess.

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OTHER KID: Best! Halloween! EVAR!!!

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14 Re: Bad gas on Wed Nov 18, 2009 1:29 pm

BenRG wrote:So... the bug went 'pop' like an over-filled balloon. Scarlet would have been okay - the suit looks like it has a full seal but I imagine the kids would have overpressure-related injuries. Of course, IIRC, those are the little brats that snowball-surged Art, so they deserve what they get.

What I'm really interested in is how long it will take the quads to clean all the bug goop off of Scarlet's armour. That thing going 'pop' is going to leave a serious mess.

RANDOM KID: Woah! I've got bug guts all over me!

OTHER KID: Best! Halloween! EVAR!!!
Lets just hope none of the tykes swallowed any of the mutojoos-infested bug guts...

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15 Re: Bad gas on Wed Nov 18, 2009 4:01 pm

If this were Marvel comics, one of the kids would become The New Blue Beetle!
Forget pressure issues for the kids.
Forget that it was designed to be a robot, not powered armor.
Remember it's a cartoon and cartoon physics have often applied. Razz

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16 Re: Bad gas on Wed Nov 18, 2009 5:37 pm

GothGuru wrote:If this were Marvel comics, one of the kids would become The New Blue Beetle!
Forget pressure issues for the kids.
Forget that it was designed to be a robot, not powered armor.
Remember it's a cartoon and cartoon physics have often applied. Razz

Some of us did show restraint though. I could have started nitpicking at the entomological correctness of the 'bug'.

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17 Re: Bad gas on Thu Nov 19, 2009 3:14 pm

The Doctor wrote:
xivk wrote:...So did the suit explode? <_<!
My guess it that the suit can store oxygen so Scarlet can breathe underwater and such (if needed), purging it expanded in a small space... well blow a balloon 'til it's full and keep on filling it.
Except...

Wasn't the suit originally built to be a "giant robot"? So why the oxygen supply (and the control on the outside to empty it)?

Unless they intended the "robot" to be a piloted mech (and therefore not actually a robot), in which case the oxygen would be needed to keep the pilot alive. It still doesn't explain the wrist control, though.

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18 Re: Bad gas on Thu Nov 19, 2009 5:22 pm

McClaw wrote:
The Doctor wrote:
xivk wrote:...So did the suit explode? <_<!
My guess it that the suit can store oxygen so Scarlet can breathe underwater and such (if needed), purging it expanded in a small space... well blow a balloon 'til it's full and keep on filling it.
Except...

Wasn't the suit originally built to be a "giant robot"? So why the oxygen supply (and the control on the outside to empty it)?

Unless they intended the "robot" to be a piloted mech (and therefore not actually a robot), in which case the oxygen would be needed to keep the pilot alive. It still doesn't explain the wrist control, though.

Unless the suit, like the NASA rockets, used liquid oxygen for propulsion (assuming it could fly)

Otherwise, if this error of size occurred during the construction of what would have been a Mech to fight the Giant bug, then yes, it would have held oxygen to keep the pilot alive in airless environments.

My best guess is however that they girls in their their attempt to create something had their usual issues being just think-tanks and created something kinda like what they wanted, yet completely different.

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19 Re: Bad gas on Fri Nov 20, 2009 12:10 am

They built the thing in no time at all.
It's possible they made alterations before Scarlet suited up.

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20 Re: Bad gas on Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:58 am

And it is the author's writtings?!?!?

Not before: after.



P.S. What was the general inspiration of this(theese) characters?

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21 Re: Bad gas on Fri Nov 20, 2009 7:49 am

26_994 wrote:P.S. What was the general inspiration of this(theese) characters?

Scarlet showed up in a random pin-up I drew one day. The design was spot-on from the start, so I kept it.
Her backstory (and thus; the other squirrels) developed as time went on....and as I played more of Portal Very Happy

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22 Re: Bad gas on Fri Nov 20, 2009 9:13 am

jollyjack wrote:Her backstory (and thus; the other squirrels) developed as time went on....and as I played more of Portal Very Happy

Yeah, we could tell from the GLaDOS clone, the hidden lab filled with people killed with lethal nerve gas and the appearance of the Cube. Wink

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23 Re: Bad gas on Fri Nov 20, 2009 1:41 pm

Portal is clean,have played this game too.But I am about this "four"playing of characters
and...
Pin-up?!Mad<sigh...sigh...sigh...>pinup...theese words are really hurt me...<sigh>,becase...<sigh>...you've drawn...<sigh_sigh!_sigh!!!_SIGH!!!_BOOM!!!>

P.S.Well...I am going to use SbaGen,then.

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24 Re: Bad gas on Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:57 am

PORTAL!!!! (zoop!)

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