Fair Use – Reflection and Response

“Art is what you can get away with”

-Andy Warhol

-Banksy

-Matt Geiger

To understand fair use, we have to go all the way back to the Constitutional Convention of 1787. The Committee on Postponed Parts was responsible for ironing out the details on patent and copyrights. Needless to say, a lot has changed since the late 1700s, but let’s take a look at Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution to see what they came up with:

The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;

…To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries;

This is still pretty open-ended, but even then it was understood that all culture and scientific discovery is built upon what came before:

“The constitutional goal of the Copyright Act is to promote the making and the dissemination of culture” (1:45)

This is not an open invitation to plagiarism, but a declaration of a carefully orchestrated, and ongoing balancing act. On the one hand, we want a plurality of original works and the good faith use of existing culture to produce new works (Fair Use Doctrine), but we also want to ensure that there remains a secure and reasonable expectation for creators to receive just compensation (Copyright Law).

Like everything else in the US Constitution, this is a compromise.

You can use copyrighted material openly, and without permission from the holder of said copyright, so long as you meet three basic conditions:

  1. Your use is noncommercial: i.e., you’re not financially benefiting from the use of the copyrighted material.
  2. Your created work is transformative in nature: i.e., you are not simply reproducing an unaltered version of an original work, but are transforming it in a way that allows for new interpretation which is separate from the original work. This includes things like commentary, mash-up, remix, and critique. Here are some examples:

Commentary

Mashup

(WARNING: Links to torrenting site ThePirateBay, might be NSFW)

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Remix

Criticism

The third and final condition is that your use of copyrighted material must not “compete with the original or have any negative effect on its market.” A.K.A. “Parody Law”

Here’s something that pushes the limits: DUMB STARBUCKS

Intellectual Property is a complex web, and there is no guarantee that following these rules will keep you out of legal trouble, but it is still a good idea to follow rules of Fair Use Doctrine when using copyrighted material or even material that is in the public domain. The Center for Media and Social Impact has published this helpful guide of Best Practices for Fair Use in the Visual Arts, but if you want to save yourself the trouble of a single mouse-click, then scroll down for a short list:

PRINCIPLE: Artists may invoke fair use to incorporate copyrighted material into new artworks in any medium, subject to certain limitations:

LIMITATIONS

  • Artists should avoid uses of existing copyrighted material that do not generate new artistic meaning, being aware that a change of medium, without more, may not meet this standard.
  • The use of a preexisting work, whether in part or in whole, should be justified by the artistic objective, and artists who deliberately repurpose copyrighted works should be prepared to explain their rationales both for doing so and for the extent of their uses.
  • Artists should avoid suggesting that incorporated elements are original to them, unless that suggestion is integral to the meaning of the new work.
  • When copying another’s work, an artist should cite the source, whether in the new work or elsewhere (by means such as labeling or embedding), unless there is an articulable aesthetic basis for not doing so.

 

 

Photoshop – Cezanne Deconstructed

For our 2nd project, we’re working with a classic painting as an image source: Paul Cezanne’s “Still Life with Apples”

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Photoshop is a powerful tool for working with rasterized images in layers. Since there are several different elements in this painting (Potted plant, fruit, plate, table, and wall), we’ll need to create new layers for these elements.

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If you look in the lower right corner of this screenshot, you’ll see several layers listed (most cannot even be seen. There are that many).

Let’s take a closer look at some of these isolated elements:

This is where things get interesting. You’ve probably noticed that many of the objects overlap one another. How can we hope to get a whole lime when there’s a firkin’ lemon getting in our way?! Adobe has an answer for this: Content-aware fill

“Content-aware” is an algorithm which takes into consideration what the surrounding elements in an image are like: things like color, vale, texture, etc. Let’s try a practical example with our partial lime. We’ll start by selecting the lemon in this element:

 

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Those “dancing ants” let us know what part of the image is going to be filled.

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This is better, but it is still not perfect. You’ll notice that there is a “seam” where the content-aware fill applied its magic. We’ll need to handle this manually:

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I used the Healing Brush Tool to achieve this. This brush works in three steps:

  1. Select a “sample” area to determine what you want the “damaged” part of the image to look like.
  2. Paint over in small sections the area you want to heal.
  3. Repeat step 1, by selecting a new sampling area and then move on to heal a new small section

This method has allowed me to reconstruct the unseen portions of these visual elements. Next, we need to make these layers into separate files:

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This is what the files look like in Finder. You can download copies of my PSD files here.

 

 

 

Photoshop Calisthenics

Reference can be found here.

“1) Use the selection tools + refine edge to isolate objects from the Culture Catalogue image, then copy and paste them into a New Document, so that each is on a new layer.  Rename the layers, save as: lastname-isolated-objects.psd”

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Click here to download a copy.

“2) Use Retouch and Repair tools to modify radically alter the castle while maintaining a ‘realist’ aesthetic.  Save as lastname-weird-castle.psd

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Click here to download a copy.

“3) Recombine objects from the Culture Catalogue within the Castle image, using refine-edge to integrate the objects more seamlessly.  Save as lastname-weird-castle-2.psd”

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Photoshop Introduction

Week 3 – Day 2

Photoshop tutorial 

First, make sure you change three defaults:

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Auto-select/Layers/Show Transform Controls 

SELECTION TOOLS

Marquee//Lasso//Wand

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Modify Selections by holding down SHIFT to add to a selection or Option to subtract from a selection.

Note: By default, when copy/pasting, it is added to a new layer

Checkerboard pattern indicates a transparent background

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When selecting an object on a white background, you may get a white edge.

Use Refine Edge:

Option under selection tool.

Brush based retouch and repair tools

            Healing Brush

            Patch Tool

            Content-Aware

I started with this image:

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Source: Flickr User – “tickr”

I then decided it was time to “patch” this castle to it’s former glory…

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I expanded the vertical dimensions by more than 400%, and then proceeded to “build” more layers of bricks, up into the sky. I used the lens distortion tools to create an illusion of perspective. Finally, I decided to add a “window” by cloning and inverting one of the smaller doors. Overall, I am pleased with how convincing this image is, but there are a few “bugs” in the picture (redundant, duplicate patterns) that detract from the overall realism. Still, I think I’ve done a better job than North Korea, and their use of Photoshop.

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We miss you, Jon.

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Source: The Guardian

 

P̡̻̙͙̯̮̺̝ͩ̄̏ͤͧ͛ͤ̿͒̍͆̓ͣ͆̔ͪ͒͡R̢̮̯̪̦̺̮̮̰͊̓̈́̐̈́́̿̓ͅͅƠ̛͚̺̮̙͇̬̼̝̰̹̩̻͕̼̖̓ͧ͌͊́̀J̡͍̟͉͕̻̱̝̼͔͊̆ͭͥ̈́̏ͦ͂͑̅ͩͪͮͣ̆̏͋͡Ȩ̸̶̲̖̺̼̬̪̯͈̤̀ͫ͛ͥͩ͛͛̑͐̔ͨ͊͊̌͢͝C̫͇̥̟͔̙̺̼̱͕̪̩̣̟̰ͪ̐ͤ̌̊́̕T̵͚͍̳̘͖̝̦͖̯͎̟̫͖̘̣̩̣̝̄̂ͮ̆̿̽ͬ̃͆̒̃͌͗̓̊͒̀ͅ ̷̶͖̝͕̱̘̗͓̼̜͓̲̗͙̰̳͚̘͍͐̽̅͋̀͊̈̈́͋̃̅̔ͬͬͣ̍͑̈́̈́́͘Ģ̷̰͇̲̫͙̤͚ͬ̂̒̋̃͊ͣ̊ͫ́ͤͪ̍͘͟͠Ḷ̰̺̳̭̦̪̤͉͙̫̫̥̜̪́̈̍̎̿̋ͩ͌͂͛ͮ́ͨ͜͠Į̗̘̰̱̱̺̫̙̳͕̗̭̫̣̝̆̊̉͂ͨ͑̒͋͗ͤ̎̅̓͗͛̒̚̕͢T̷̵̸̠̦̤̰͖̘͇̪̖̻̹͉͚̘̭̥̾ͧ̒̾̌̽ͭ͜͡C̨̼̬͍̖̻̪̝̩͉̟͚̘͉̝̘̭͑̉ͤ̑͂̆̑̒͗ͦ̾͒̔ͩ̚͡H͎̳̜͕͚̲̲̲̬̫ͧ̉̎̆ͫ̀̊̆̀̋ͥ͊ͦ͛̔̋̑̔͢͝͡ ̷̵̤̖̗̺̳̪̰̭̘̭̝̺̠̞͙̮͓̂͑ͧ͋̊̽ͨ̎ͨ̅ͨ̓̏ͬͮ͒́̕͞

Week 3 Day 1

̜͓̮̣̖̙͎G͚͕LI̳̬̻͎T͖͉̲̲C̻H͙͎

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͔V̮̠͖̖̥̮͖ER̦̤̭̜̖Y ̻̱̤͈I̭̠͓͔͙̼͚M̗̪̪͇P͖̣͇̙̙̣ͅO̰̣R̳̻͈̬T̗̣͖̯̠̳A̗Ṋ̮Ṯ͕̼͔̞̼:͙̠͓͔̯͍͔ ̥̞͕̠̜M͍̭̟̹A̦̮̤K̦̲̖͍̪̲̰E̠̭̭̻ ̝͖̙̞̼͓S͈̖̝͖͖͈̳U͖̣̘̰͇̥͚R̦̳̞͙E̹̖͕̞̹̘ ͎̜̠͉̗̰YO̫̥̖̱͓̖̱U̖̙͇̦͓ M͇̯A͍̗K̰̗̲͓̜͖E͓͉͇̹ ̳̙̪A̺̤̘̦̝͉̜ ̠͕͕C͉̳͚̤O͍̰̝̙P̠̱̰͖̮̳̳Y ̝͚̜̟̼͓̘O̱̱̘̺͇̬F̲͔͖ ͚̙̮Y͔̮̹͔O͇̺̲̰͍U̹͉̩̯͚R F̦I͔̖L͔͚̙̳͙͍E̹ ͉̣͖̣̗̥F͍͔̼̙I̩̙̗͓̬R͉̥̦S͉͍̠̯T͕!̞̪̙̺͇!͉͖͙!͚̱

 

File -> Open

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L:et’s see what we cA̗̲͙̲n̤ ̤̤̘͕̜͕̯D̟̟͉̗̥͈͓ͅo̼̬͈̘͙̱…

 

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It already looks like glitch, but this is an ascii/unicode interpretation of the binary data contained within the jpg file.

Let’s do some substitutions…

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That’s better…

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Much||M̯u̢c̪̟͈̦͖h̘̥̙̣ ̞̙̬be̼̤̟t̖͚̱͙̥̤t̘̟̝̳̱̤̬͞ḙ̰͔͝r̵̙.̹͖̥̪̥̯͘.̗̪̤.̠̮̠̖͍̟̲ better

Let’s copy/paste some image data….

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Interesting!

Let’s Find/Replace some values…

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Ţ̩̠͓͉ͅh͖͎a͈͈͓͞ṱ̺̣͖͖ ̷w̸̝ḁ̬s̘̭͖̜͚̜ ̬̰̺̠̰̹̕d͎̻̼̩̳͜ͅe͍̕s͢ț͉̳̕r̡̖u͎̦ct̮̭̲̲iv̷̪ͅè̠.̻ T̡̹̦̹̲i̳̠̠m҉̦̹̝̟̯e̢̳ ̨̲̝͕̱̼̯t̤͍̼̭̪o͙̠̹̻̪̱̥ ̳̺̮s̺̜͕̜̦͘c̟͙̳̣̳̘re̵͕͎̘e̼n̸̬͎͕̤-̯̙̤͇ͅͅc̦̬̠̩̜̯͘a̤̱̥͇̥p̛̪.̪̙͈̀ͅ.̡͚̮̝̲͉.̭̣̗͖

 

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L̓͋̇͗̔ͪ̓ͧ̄̆͒͆͗̒҉̸̴̖͓̦̦͟ė̲̯̼̮̭̫̘͍̹̥͉͔̦̥̠̬̄ͯͫͤ̋̓̆͒̈́̅̌ͩ͘t̡̢͚̗̭͓̗͍͎̼̺̬͕̻͓̖̝̱̀̈̆ͦ́ͩ̈́̉́͂̔͑͛͑͝ͅ’̡̯̤̙͚̺̺͈͎̰̩̘̯̼̰̙̗̳̱͒̐̈̆̽ͫ͋ͭ͋ͯ̐̕ͅs̶̨̛̛̯͓͍̘̼͈̼̞͔̫̠̞̙͔̜͍̟̒̈́ͧͨͦ̌ͫ̓̏͠ ̡̮̲̱̫̩̹̤͖̗̹̻̻̰̫̦͍̣̭̬͌̓̈́̽͠m̢̛͇̼̮̹͒ͥ̓͆ͭ͘a̶̤̼̹̬͇̠̱̭̭̹͎̗͖̲̝̞ͮͪ̌̈́͑ͪ̃̿ͦ͟͞k̏̂ͪ̂҉̵̸̶̶̤̪̞͓̥̪̳̱͚̲͍̜ͅeͩ̄ͫͧ͑̉͛̅̿͛̈́͋ͥ͌̋ͦ̚̚͏̡̨̲̘̙̳̬ ̸̵̢̦̪̮̻͎͎͚̫͉͖̳̔͂̑ͫ̄ͧ̈́ͫͪͯͬͮ͐̍̚͜a̴̫̱̲̺̞̩̣̫̣͌̋ͭ̂̂̈ͤ̔͂͘̕͠ ̛͉̠̝̮̫̻̲̤̭̯ͮ͆̌̒̾̿ͪ͞ͅc̨͍̤͕̭̪̱̾̂̈̍̃́̄ͭͦͤͭͪ̋́̚͜͞oͧ̇ͤͫ͏͏̶̝̱̞̩͙̗͎m̸̡͉͎̱͖̩̩ͧͪ̐ͭ͒̒̇ͦ̇ͫ͐̽͟͢p̶̴͎͎̯̤͍̤̹̪͕̻͈̹͎͒̌̈ͯ͒̾ͤ̌̿̏ͥ̀ͨͧ̂̂ͤ̈́ͭo͕̜̫͙̪͕̗͎͇̞͖̲͓̐̄̑̔͑ͩ̌̔ͧ̎̿͌͆͜͢͢͜s̵̵̨̢̰̮̤͙̹̳̋͊̍̐͌ī̸̭̘̳͔̘̹̙̥̭̘͖̀̄̈̾̓̎̏̃̊ͨ̋ͯͩ̃̚͡͝ͅt̹̭͓̱̪̹ͮ̈́̈̂͗͂̆͒̚͜ȩ̛̻̮͖̜̭͚̦̹͚̮̘̲̂͋̀́́
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̶̶̵ͬ͋ͩ͋͗͏̡͙̭͕̺L̆ͥ̒́̅̈͊̄ͤ͗͛ͭ̾̂̆̈ͣ̆̀҉͍̳͕̤̣̗̲̫͍͙̟͍̱͡ê̸̵̡̦̜̱̪͚͙̥̝̪̑̑̽͐ͭ͜ͅt̵͖̬̳͈̫̰͚̭̟̗͉͙̲͖͖͇͕̓̏ͥ͌͝’̸̨̧̪͎̲͍͚̙̭̥̻̖̘̠̥̤͔̀͊͒͐͒͂ͫ̒̌ͦ͗̇͘͘ͅş̴̷̢͍̪̺̝͔̞̬̯̟͇͍̜ͫ̂ͮ͒̆̄͆̋̇́̚ ̧͒͂̏͑ͨ̽͌̓̒͗ͭ̅ͬ̉ͧ͐̐͞҉̩̥͕̞͎͈ͅm̢͙͈͈̯̜̩͇̞̉͆̊̐̏̐̾̈́͘͜͠͠a̡͖͍̙͙͍̣͍̲̼̬̪̬̮̦̫̙̟̘͍ͬͦͫ̃́ͭ̎ͮ̇̄ͦ̈ͮ͋̑ͩ͛̽͑͢͠ḱ̵̛͓̗͉̤̬̩̯̫͓̺̻̭̭͈̰̬͑͌ͤͤ̿͊̂͒ͩ̆͑̿̊̌̕͡e̡ͦͨ͌ͬ̃̎̉̏̋͑ͪ̑͒ͯͥͮͨͭ̆͏̴̛̲̩͖ ̧̲͍̣͍̞̞̱̗̯͓̮ͭ͛ͫ̇͋̀̀͠a̛͌̊͒͌ͮ̊ͩ̄̆͏͢͏̪͕̳̻̮̺̭̲͠ ͌̏́ͧͨ͋́͠͏̖̫͉͇͔̞͢͡c͌͊̇̓͋̽̌ͧͨ͏͉̝̱̣͓̯͔̮̘̼ͅo͉͍̙̟͇͚̪̟̻̥̘̪̪̐̎̂͆ͣ̾͗̉ͪͫ͢m̸̡̻̮̠̰̝̜̠͇̠̪̍ͦ̂̾ͯͦͪ̆̋ͬ̈́pͦͥ̊ͬͬ̍̅̂̓ͬͤ҉̶͏̦̱̺͖̝̗̱̻̣o̶̷̴̡̤̰̪͍̫͖̬͕͓͎̮̲͚̟̥̘̘͊ͦͭ̃ͭs̢̰͚̩̗͓̳͙̭̳͈̬̲̜ͮ̽̽̃̂ͬ̾ͤͤͣ͑̆̈ͫ́͑͢͜͡͞i̷̮̭͈̜͎͎̪̰̘͙͚̪̼̻͕̼̾ͦͩͮͣ͒̉̽̾ͣ̈́̄ͪ̑̇̚͘t̼̻̩͙̦̪͕͕̯͓̘̼̤͓̭̖͑͆ͭ̄ͬ̌̍̅̇́͞͡ͅe͔̪̪͇̗̼̯̱̫̔̈́̑̉͑̍͒ͯ̈́̈͊ͭ̊̎̾̃̀̚͢͠

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So, what’s going on here?

Check out these instructions for more details.

We are intentionally destroying code in order to create new images. It is a (im)perfect intersection of computer art and computer science. It subverts the idea of fidelity by emphasizing the very artifacts of recording (ambience) that our modern digital media attempts to hide. By highlighting these imperfections we gain a deeper connection with the artificial nature of our media and can begin to appreciate the processes that contribute to our ever-more digital world.

This isn’t about “trashing” code for trashing sake.

Another form of glitch – seen in this post – is based on the modern internet lore of “Zalgo”. (WARNING: LINK TO ADULT CONTENT ) Zalgo is a fictional character with a corrupting influence on technology. Observing this corruption (H̡͔͙̱͉̮̮̭̤̦̗̟̥͈ͮ͒͆͒̈́̅ͮͯ̆̿̎̌ͥ̋̑ͭͨ͢Ẻ̴̈ͮ̎̏̒̀͒̽ͣͭ͌̈ͧ͌͒̇҉̴̨͖͈̩̹͙̜͉̬̣̬̲̕ ̡̨̎̔ͧ̃̇ͪ̂͂̂͢͢҉̖̻̣̣̰͕͇ͅ ̵̵̟̙̪̠͎̗̻̗̣̳͔͍̒̿ͥ̊ͧͯͭ̋̌̓ͥ̓̍͒͑ͮ̓̚ ̬̰̺͍̮͙̬̟̃̉ͥ̂ͦͫ͛̈́̏̀̀ͅͅC̨̝̩̤͙̰͙͈̙͉̠̞̳̗̫̿ͨ͒ͬ̃̋̃̄̓ͨ́̐ͫ̔̐̓͘͢͠O̴̦̭̞̤͕͖͇̲̙̥͛ͦ͂̋ͥ̃ͥͧͨͪ́M̧̡̫̳̖͙͕͗́͐̑̇̑̍͊͋̋Ẻ̸͔̩̝̺̥̦̦̦̗͚̭̘̜̬̱͗ͬ͋͒̍ͥͩ͘̕͝ͅŞ̸̣͕͍͎̙̩̜̞͇̯̰̬̋̐́̎ͪ̊͒̇ͣ͆̏͒ͨ̌͝) serves as a warning that Zalgo is near, and will eventually apply the same corrupting influence to physical things (including people).

Because modern browsers include support for languages that function right to left and top to bottom, it is possible to inject special characters into english text and create nonsensical streams of gibberish/corruption. To try your hand at Zalgo text, try this generator.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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̸̦̘O̴̲̬̝̜̟p̜͖̠̜̼̣̜ẹ̟̙̠̟̠n̡͓̺̗͎ ̮̫a̷̫̙ ̭͕̦̖̖̪͞j̮̘̩̤͎p̺̥͕̠̣͈g̰̻̫̣̩ ̢̠̺į̬͇̥m̡a̖ģ̜͍e͈͙ ͠i̧͈̣̪̥̣̲ǹ̜͚̬ ̞̪T̨͔̲̣̖e̘̰̼͜x̲̥͚̼̖t̵̩Ḙ̻̀ḑ̙̭͔̰i͖̣̳̪̗͙̝t̙
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̡̝̪͇̹̗͕̱F̲͘i̬̤͓̱̟l̨̦͔͚̩̹e͎̮̼̹͘ ̹͓̦̖̼̫̥͘-͈̞͈͉̟̭͜&̖͡g̤̱t̲̙;̠̟̬͔̗ ͕̮̗͉O̻̞p̣͔͙̗͕en̵̤͉͔
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̩͓̀A͉l̢̮̫l͈̝̠̲͖̥ ͔̖̣̻͈̦ͅty̴p͜es̸̪ ̼̗̫̹̻̀ͅ-̖̬͓&͚̯͎͕g̞t̝̠̯;̯̗ ͖͍̗͓̺͇͇S͕̖ṯ͓͚̞e͖v͕e̡̝͉̙͓Jọ̡͓̩ḇ̟̬͖̱̞͞s_̩̣͉̠̮̥̼c̡̱̤op̫͚̦̪y̵̼.̩̲̖͚j̤͎͎̠͝ͅp̻̮̳̻g̭͉
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̴͖̯̘͍̲̜̲[̭̲̺͎̩̼́ͅc͎̘̮̞̦̳͔a͎̩̦̕p͠t̖̩̪̱i̭͕̲͍͠o̴̹̺͉̤n̝̟̦̺͓͠ i̡̟d͍͎̝̫̜̕=͏̦̙̖̗”̱̞͎̯̜̠͇àt͏̳͈̗̩͇ͅͅt̸̤̮̟̰̘̹͕a̦̳c͔̗͔̮̤̰h͏͚̠̮̬͉me̴̲͕̺̥n̢̩̥t͖̠͉̻̠_̩̤̗͉̙̣̺4҉͍̖̘2̹͓͉̹̠͞0̡̯͕͎̫̖̭”̵̖̲̘̰̬͎ ̮̹a̫̲̥̠̦͚̘ḻ̢̱̳͕i̳̻͠g̵͔͕̳n̼̗̰̫̥̰͍͘=̺͠”̢̟̼̖͙̞̗a͍͈l̨̻ͅi̳̳̹͙͟g̹̞̰̦͙̜n̼̞͓͍̫n̻̹͇̫͜o̰͖̦̺͙͝ṋ͎̗͚͙̹͢e͍͖̮̹͎̘̬”̩̥͈̱̯̘͈͡ ̞̬̬́w̨̠i͙̞͉d̢̹ţh̤͕̘̲͎͉=̻̝̰̖͈̳͟ͅ”̛̤̻50͎͇̞̗͈0̩̘̻ͅ”͖̬̱̪͙̜]͙̫̮͉<̹͈̻̭i͢m̭g̰̤̹̻ͅ ̪̜̳̺͙͖c̥͖̮la̳͔s̤̕s̲͉̞̲̬͇≠͎”͓̭͖̯̱͖͎͠a̙̞̳͔̯l҉̰̯̲̖͖̳̹i̞̜̕g̰̣͍n͖̫̬̦̭̮͉n͖̘̳o̖͓n͙e̝͚͇̖̤̻ s̷i̯̕z̸͙̩͇̞̜ͅe̙̳͎̠͙͖-̞̜͔̼̜͖̬͝f̵̮̩͙̗̫ṳ̸͉͔̠l̵̹̯͙l̳̖̝̱̘ ̥͓w̺͇̬͖͎p̢-͚̝̱i͓̫̤̝̭̘m̷a̞̲̥̙͎̜g̵e͘-̭̠̦̖̖̩̀4̸2̦̭̱͔̣ͅ0̹”̥ ̨̖͖̜͙̘s̺͇̪ͅṛ̺̺̲c̺̩̭͔͕̹=̟͝”̺̯̳͇h̶̝t͚̣̖̜̟̺͚t҉p̰̙̩̤̱̩̼͜s̀:̴̳̗̜̦̗̼͚/̵/͉̠̪͓͔͟g̘͎̟̤͙̠̳͢e͙͓̫͙̬ͅi̬͕͚͈̞̖͍̕g̱̬͉̕è͔͉̱̻̼̩̼r̦̬̝d͙̘̠̖͕i̮̳̗̹̲g̩͎̳̮̗ị͕t̷̩̭̙a͕̟̯͙̤l͖̺͚̝͠m̭̱̭̖̖̳̺͡e̠̻͖̗̘̫͢d̟̖͍ͅi̷͍̤̞̳̻̦̼a̷.͉͕͓͖̬̝͠f̧į̩̟l͍̻͖̦͢e͈̺̪̪s̼̪.̜͘w͈͎̼̰̜̩͠o͖̠̙̞̫̱͜r̝̲̹̩̤̝͢d̦̦͔̪p̮̬̰̭̝͚͜r̺͓ͅe͕̫̞͇̺͖̞͞s̠̣̮̗s͓.͖͖͔̟̭c̯̖̺o̙͕̰̲̱̼̲m̶̻̩̯/̢2̼͢0͏̗̬̦͍̗̱1̛̱̭6̦̙̹̰̤͜/̸̟̹̰͇0̧͔̞̹͙̗̙ͅ4̫̜͔̼̥̘̰/̬̬̫̖͙͇ş̗͕̳̼̱ͅͅt͈̥̯̭̺͈̥e̴̠v͏̹̺͕e͇͍̟̦̠j̸͙̤̞̮̥̱o̱̻̙̱͡b̵͎͕̺̮͈̗ͅs̭̫͔̞͓̠͡_̥̬͔̰́co҉̪̝͍͈p̻̻y̠͉̤̦̩.̱̭̗̲̙͠jp͏̩̬g̜̩̭̺͈”̷̪̺̱̠ ͕͙͜a͕̰̹̜̜̥̪l̲̤t̗̝͢=̶̙̺̟̼”͍͙͖͠St̸̞͙̮̖ev̢ḙ̸͚̩̬J̲o̲̳̻̤b҉̦s̭̗͝_̝͕c͚o̲p̬̯̼̗̩̗ͅỵ͎͉”̺͖̩̳̝͉͉ ̱w̺͕̪̤i͉̣͡d̻ṱ̺͇͇̜͟h̲͙̲͙̖̜͡=̬͙̲͉”̪͓̺̟͔̺͍5͈̮̦̦̫̀0̯͔̞͓͞0̜͢ͅ”ͅ ̞̱͡h͚̞͓̫̻͈̱ei͇g̞̥̩͕̫͚͚h̟͎̰̹̼͖̠t̻̼͖͢=̺͙̰”̼̤̻̹3̣̹͉̙̲͕3̬̹8̭̜̤”̡ ̘̲̦̫̥͉/̝̥͕̫>͈͉̖͔͟ͅ ́L̶͓͕̥:̝̜̀e̡͇t̗̜̺͕̖’̡̰̩̰̰s̡̤̼̗̹̲ ̱̣̫͓̲͕̼s҉͔͔ę̟̻̱̩̬̙̯e̺̪̬̖ ̰̮͉̮̞̯͡w̻̘̜̖͉h̨̹a̧̖̙ͅͅṯ̴͙̺̩ ̝̕w̛͓͎̖̰e͔̟̗ ̳̜͎̝̘͍̘͠c͘An̫̱̙̦͖̝ͅ ̟̻̞̗̣̀D͖o̻͉̥̹̠̲͠.̜͚̦.̵̯̠̗̻̰̹̞.̨̘̳̯̬̮̣̙[̧̲̲̬/c͍̗͉̟̩a̬͖̘̯̭̭p̭̲̫t̪͔͚͓̪͔͎͞i̺̪͓̪̘͜ò͚̗̱n̫̥̮͠]̧͓̮͓̼̟̗
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̢̗<͈i̸̻̘̩̳̘̰m͚̗̮͇̫͎g͉̮̞͈̩̦ ̼c͖l̢̟̲̻̼a̮̗ͅs͎̞͕̞͟ͅs=͖”̖a̫͓̗͍l̳i̛g̣̝̤͓̀n͓̺̯͖͈n̕o̴̭̞̪͖̱n̮̤̗͙̦e̠ ̘̠͖͓́s̜i̴̝͕̯̗̞͚͚ẕ͙͉͓͕͍̞e̕-̧͍͎͕̮͉f̰̟̪̀u̬̥̠̫̜͟l̼̭̜̖̮̗͚̕l̩̹̬̠ ͖͔̤̙͈ͅw̹̗͓͇̪̲ͅṕ̙͚̫͔̖-̱̙̮̦i͎͖̘̝̘̭̟͡m͖̗͔̳̮̳a̪̥̳̖͇ͅͅg̴͈̜̟̦̙̪e̟̱̝͇͕-̩4̲͔͘2͚̮̣͖̖̱͙7̜̱̪”̠͙͈͠ ͍̤̫̳͙s̶̤r̟̹̗͔͚̰c=̲”̨͔̠͓h̟̝͙t̪̪t̩̰͈̗̕p̢̙̳͚̗̖̼ͅş̟̪̺͓̫͍͇:̨̳͚̰̠̹̣/҉̘/̠͕g̮͈̥̟̜̀ͅe̼̩̘͚̺̯͞i̵̤̹̲g̼̻͓ͅe͍̙̖͇̥̼̳r͍͎̳̕ḏ̠i͏̗͇̟͙ͅg̯̻̮̪͙̬̦i̲͚͉͢t̜̝̳͙a̶͈̹̻̲̱̯͙lm͇͇̞̼͎ę͇̯͔͖̥̖d̗̰̦̥̠̗i͍͎͜a̻̳̭̮̙̼.̷̻f̡̗̪ͅi͎̫̹̼̦ͅl̼es̤̭̯̺͈̭.w̷̝͔͔o̼͔̖̜̲̘r̯̞d͚͕̝̣̀p͇̞͎͙r͏̜̜͈̮ȩ̤̗͚s̞̩̱s̖͚͠.͚͖̭̩ͅc̝̩o̟͚̥͎̯m̝̺͎͜/̰̫͕̲̩͎͓̕2̶̥̭̯̤̩̼0̝̲16̯̗/̶0̛̩̥̭͈̣4̶̞/͓̜s̲̞̠̮̠͍c̛̼̬͓͍̦̖r̺͇̲͓̝ee͔̫̼͉͕̜n̼̻̺-͉s̴̰̥͔h̼̘̮̭͈̠o̠t͔͔͔̯͉̥̘͜-͈̭̠̠̥̗2̮̻͡0̮̞̣̲̳͙̫͝1͍̭̤̮6̬-͉̻͙̦̰̘0͍̥̳4-̵̮1̵3͔̰̱͈͖͝-̺a̞͚̩͙̠͝t-̵͈̪̫̫͍͇͉5̷̗̝-̡̼4̢̳6-̡͈͎̜5̰͓̩̰̝3̴͇̼̘̦ͅ-̹͚̙̳p͉̮mͅ.͚̤p̴͍̫̦͖̦͔n̝̳̻͙͍g͇”̷̣̥ ̶a̦͉̲̞̗̮͘lt͉̩͚̙́ͅ=̩͞ͅ”͚Ș̱̫̞̯͕͍c̶̝̩̥r̢͉̫̤̩͎̖e̲e͏̜̥̫ṋ͙̗͍̰͖͈ ̼̣̥̯̭S̱̤̤̣̰̫̹͢h͕͎̜̫̰̲̭͟o̴͈͈̫̻͎t̹ ̮̰͚̱̰͢2͏͙͖0̞̖1̟̜̗̯̀6̲̦̭̥͇͇͈-̡0̶̟4͓̝̼͉-̡̯1̳̙̠̖̖3̨͚͔ ̼͉̦̻̰̼̩at͕͓͈ ̫5̠͇̞̖ͅ.̟̬̻͍͔4̩̳̣̦͢6̡̞͇̩͓ͅ.̡̺5̞͕3̭͚̭̥́ͅ ̨͔͚̞P̭̤̝̰͍̣M̠.͍̜͇͚͞ͅp̦̗͍̺̦͕̕ṉ̵̻g̣̮̟͉̞”͉̳̳̳̤͞ ̻͚̺̀w̭̩̙̖̮id͓̩͕t̥̟̱̪h̺͎̖͚=͉̯̱̭”͡6̶58̘̖̹̭ͅ”͙͘ ͖͓̟͟h̢e҉̬̤i͇̫͖̤̦̳̫͘g̢̭͎̳ḥ͙̯̟͚̮̮͞t̰̲̥̤̦͈=̨̰”̼͘4̞̻3̖̲̞̭͉̳͡0͙̳̼”͠ /͏̳̥̼͎̺̦>̯͖͇͍̠̕
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̗̮͖̜͍I̭̙̮̻t͏̟̮̝͓ ̥̜̘a̢͕l͚͙̪re͖̯͖̪̞ͅͅa҉͙̙̮͇̦͕d̸y̺̟̹̳̼ ̟l̜̰o͚̙o̡̜͉ks̭̘ ̘͕̤͕͉l͈̼͇̻̘̩͎i̞̹̘͔̺͔̭ḳ̰͔̭̤̺̦͞é̼ ͚̳̰̻̮͠g̱͈̩͔̮l̹̺͞i͓͙͉̩͓̘ͅt̳̣͖ç͇h̢̗̮̠̞ͅ, ̨̳͔but̶͈͙̹͕̪̺ ̝́t̫̘͕h͉i͟s͉͎̟̪͝ ̧̥̖̣i҉̩̱s̱̰̯̟̺̣̬ ̠̹̘ą̹̫̲̼̻͔n̼̙̕ ̼̺͠a̟̬̹͟s̕c̢̮ị̣͉͇̘̰͈i͉͈/͓͓͇̩̦̜̺u͉n̵i̴̪̯̝͔̰̥̤c̘͍̹̲͙͖o̥d̴͚̺̫̪é̥͇ ͈i̪̫̺̰̺̬ṋ̳͈͈̯t̻ḙ͙̠̗͚ͅr̤͍͜p̙̖r̡̹̺e̦̫̩͈͉̯̣t̖̙͚̙͕̳a̻̗͓̦̟̘t̴̟͔̩̱͓̺i͍̙̩o̟̬͇͢ņ̲̗͓̙͉̭̙ ͅo̲̣͓̻̯̫̫f̹̬̼͓ ̵̼̱ț̬͔͕̯͝h̷̲ͅe̖̹͢ ̺͎̣̤̲̘b̸͙̙͔̮̦̺̥i͘n̵͖̦͖͔̩ar̛̰̜̣͍y̺̮͉̗̕ ̧d̬̤̘̳͇a̷͚t̜̘͚̣a̷̘̰͉̳͍ ̭̜̟̖̩̯͘c̰̱ͅǫ̝̜̺̺n̡̦tá̠̻̲̺̯̰ͅi͢ǹ̥͉̞e̴͉d̞̳̫̜̦̹̖ ̵̯͉̥w͓̭ͅi̝t͎̝͉͈͖h̗͔̘͎i̝̜̱̝͘n ̡͇͖̞t̠̭͍̳h͙̺͝e̛͚ ̦j̜̦͚̳p̱͟g̺̫͉̫̦ ̴͍͎̝fi͏̥͍̱l̮̺̮̳̰͢e̘̜̝̜̬͔.̀
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̯̜̭̠̲L̨͍̭̰̤ͅe̳̤͡t̞̭̩͘’̨̯ș̩̬͜ͅ ͔̱d͎̺ò ̣̫̱͕̝̦͔̀s̲͎̱o̞̺͎ͅͅm̝ͅẹ̲̩ ̛̯s̪̘̫̺̲̩͙ṵ̢b̴s̝͚̜t̪̻͍ͅi̭͔̻̗̩͔͢ͅt̜͉u̶̠̥̟͕ṭ̲͈̖͙̻i̗̻͕̩͝o͉n̞͈s̫̞͇.̨͔̹.͢.͡
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͔̪̣͡<͠i̫m̡̯̝ǵ̗̲͖̪͉ ͚̪̬c̵̫̱̜l̠̲a̡̯s̘̞̹̗̯͢s̮̱͙̟̟=̹”̩̲̭̜͓̪͙a͜l͔̹̦i̵̺͕̥̲̫̠ͅģ̟̖̟̟͔̟͕n̡̞̣̞̦̻̣ͅnͅơ̹̗̱̮̻͕n̜e̮͔ ̟s̭i͙̘̬̺͟ͅz̠̻̮̺̝e̼͇̱͈̺͙̤-̳f̯̗̀u̥͡l͏̰̘͉̖l̜͟ ̱̭̞͡w̦͚̮̬͡p̙̖̩̻͓-ị̣̥ͅͅma̴̬͉͉̞̝͙g͎̝̻̼͞e̛͇̼̼̞̙̘-͍̖̹̫̯4͎̞̠͠3̤͔2̺̥͙̣̬̹̜”͖̻̻͇̭͎̞̀ ̝͓͍͜ṣ̱̦͡r͎c͢=͓͉̗̺̙̱͕͜”̧͉͎h̬̰͜t̖͍̠̤̬̯t̵̗ṕ̯̭̟͖ͅs̸̲͎͉͍̖͓:̖̠̰͈͇͓͕/̬̘/͝ge̜̩̺͍͚̻͇i̢̱͙̣̙̹ge̴͔r͏̖̟̙̫̯d̺̮i͔̲̭͕g̝̹̮i͟t̩͙̲͙̫͕al̢͉͍͕̝̦̱m͎͙̝̟͢e̖̜̘̳͉̪͎͡d͟i̭̠̠͓͕͍ͅa.̸̦̭̰̳̯̮f͇͔̠̗̘͘i̺l͓̳͎e͍̥s͓̜̙̖̩͚.͔̥̣͎w̹̝o̢̭̙̙̭̻̯̲ṟ́dp̕ŗ͉e̛̦̫͓̱ͅşs.͙̜ͅc̷̠̠ơ͕͎ͅm/̰̥̹͖̪̪̩2̜̹͡0̠̹̱̥͖1̛̰͎̳̞̬6͈̰/͖͚̯̻̘̺0̷͔̰4͚̘̮̫/s҉͕̦̲̲cr͘ḛ͙͔̯͚e̯̳̩̺̪̳n͓̗͈͉͜ͅ-̮͠s̜̠̩̞̝̤h̶̺͙̞̗̪̜o̲͖̝̤͉̰̫t-̟̭̣20̥͇̝͚1̴̭͖͔̪͍ͅ6̖̝-̺͇͔̭0̼4̸͍̫-̳̫̝1̤̯̗3̠͉̟̥̰̳̀-͚̮͓͇͡ͅà̮t̯-̬̻5̤̦͓̠̳̕-҉̥̱̳̝̰̩͉4̸̼̗̟8̶͉̼͕͍͈͈-͍̫̗̣5͈̩͇͢2̫̙̣͡ͅ-͕̗̬̝̘̳͠p̛̲̗̝̩m̝̦̪.͘p͚̱͇͔͉n̤͔̹g̺̝̙̳͞ͅ”̲̙͖̥̥͈͜ͅ ̲͚͚͘a̮͕ͅl̙͔̲̮͡ṱ̥̙̙͖̮͡=”͝S̺c͏̝r̡͇̝̰̩é̪͚̭͚͖̙ȩ̹n̨͇ ̕S̼͖͈̬̻̞͙họ͉̯t̖͍̫͓̟ ͡2̥̭̤̣̳̥̯0̷̬̖̠1̶̭͕̰͓̣6͙͠-̯͍͓̯̘́0͙̣4̱-̠̜͔̹̲1̬3҉͉͔̼͖ ̣͍̘á̦̝̬̼t̺̯͈̭̱ ͝5̖͖̘.̀4̢͙̰8͙͔̞͈͕.̝̬̲̥̞͕̩5͉̦͈̹͓̬̘2͎͉̪̖͟ ͈̠̼̲̲̣P͚͕̣̭͘ͅM̫͕͎̗.̳̠̞͖͇͡p̪̙̥̻̳̘͟ͅṋ̰̱̤ͅg̝̪̬͜”̥̕ ̴̰͓̫͖̮̰ͅwi͏̻͈͇̖d̰̤t̰̼͓̤͢h̀=͙͕̗̯̺̝”̦͙̺̻6̳͎͓̣̱̻͘ͅ5͍̰̺͈̀ͅ6̩̟̪͘”̣̱̠ ̟̹̞̞̱̗̕h̝̙̰̳͓͎͡e̱̳͚̘i͚̹̣͖̗̯͇g̗ht͓͖̮̥̻̤͓=̦̤̰̩̤̗ͅ”҉4̛̝̙͙͉̣2̨̳̘6͎͉̙”̙͚͇͍̟͉̟ ̸͚̹̝͈/̗͟>̤ͅ
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҉̤̰̗T͓̬̕h̘̮̲̳̻̖a҉̖̘t͚͎͎͕̭’̷̜s̱̹̩̘̥͇̪ ̜̲̬͜b̫̪͖͉͕͡e͚̭t̴͚̮̜͕̥̥ț̝er.̡͉̫̬͙̰̰̺.̴͍.͕͖̗̭͖̣
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̡̹͙̙̠̱̮ͅ<̪i͏̱̟̣̲̙̱ͅm̰̗̫̯̘̀ͅg̖͔͘ͅ ̢̫̫͈c͍̥͎͉̫͟ͅl̲͈͠a̦s̥̜̻s͍̤̻͕̘͢=̘”̪͎̫͔͞a͙͕̟l̻͈̪i̜̙g͓̲̘͞n̤̩͈n̬͜ͅò̯͈̯̰̥n̶͙͉̭e͏̟̭̯̻ ̘̞̳́s̱͙̱͖̰i̜z̜̜͉͇e̙̘̖͉ͅ-̞̟̗̞̺̥fu͍̭̞̦l̳̖̝̳̖l҉̜͚̰ ͉͖͟w̘p͖-̰̪̖͔̟i͘ṃ́a̫͈̥͍̟͘g̶̫̰e͎̺̝̗̲̘-̬4̱̳͠4ͅ7͇”͔ ̠͡s̨̻̲̩̟̬r̳͙̣͉̳̬c̛̥̺̰̱͉̞=̵̜̤͖̖̗̩̪”̳͕h̘̣͕̬t̵̯̭̮̜t̩͍͚̀p̴͉͎͇ͅs͖̦͖̼̤͎:̸/̵/̞̟̫̮̯͡ge͉ͅi̩͖̰̣̦̠̕g̹e͔̬̞̗̼̬r͔̺̣͙̼̙͠d̸̺͔̖i̛͇̣̖̟̜̖̦g̦̟ͅi͙t̨̝̤̯͔̹a̟͍̲̮͔̳̱l̳͚̖m͇̜ȩd̙ͅi̯͖a̻̰̙̮͡.̤͖̣f̯͖̮̖ìl̪̜̯̱̯͈͢e̦͠s̻͓̖̖̮͙͞.̜͖̫̖ẃ̳̺̦o̕r͕̜̘̝̰̹̗͜d̲p̸ṛ̟͙e̛s̨̠̞͇͇̘s͉̞̫.͉̫̤͓c͈͇o̭͇̘m̰͇̲̩̘̯̳/̠͈̝͝2̗͓͓0̧͎̬̤̺̩̝1̷̯͓6̫̟̯̖̦̲̻̕/̷͉̝͇͈0͇̬4̡͖/̠̘͉̰̝̼5̹͖̰͍͠ͅ7͔̤̳̬̘̫̱͞3̟͔̺͈͈7̜̳͓̤͈̟͎͝31̛͍̞̙9̩̦7̴̙͕7̳̝̥8̙̟̲͓͚̣_̖͔͕̬̯͎͝ẹ̢͔̺̝͎̮4ạ̴̪̝̱9̸̣̜̬̤̥͇f̝͠a҉̭b̦͙̫͖̟͟ḁ6͚͈͡4͎ͅ-͙̟͔ͅć̺͈͎̞͙̩o̤̬͔̣̣p̯̤̰y̬̬͉͙̠̻.̣̤̱̝̼͔̭j̞̥̞̪͔p҉͉̖͙̗ͅg̬͕̘”̵̹̜͍̹̟̳ ̶̼̦̟̝͙a͕̺͚͙̺̻l̻͉̱̲̱t̷̤̝̲̰̯̘̳=̮͚̤̳̺”͎͔̮̦͢5̘̟͚̞̮̣͞7̱̙̤3̰͞ͅ7̢̣͙̰̘̙ͅ3͓̼̫1͈̯̟̩̹̠̟͝9͉̞̩͍͕̜7̖͇̺̳̲͝7̗̙8̢͉͍̫_͎͎͓e̫4̰̳͉͢a̤̝̹̯̯̜̤͞9̵͖̥f̙̳̰a̴̝b̘̩̝͍̦̥͙ạ̶͔͚̻̞̩6̦̲͈̞͞4͇ ͔̙͓̖̠͈͇̕c͔͖͙̳͓͔̙opy͏͓̪̼̤̬.͡j͕̀p̯͈̥̥͈͕̫ģ̭̗”̨̖̘̗ ̼̱ͅw͖͈i̘̙̖͕͔d̬̱̝̞̞̩̦t̢̟h̷=̷̜̖͉͔͇͕̣”͇̬̦5̯̘͇0͖͙͕͔̠͕0″̟̬ ͓̣̳̟͞h̶̻e̳̠̠͇͖i̮̰͈g̖̼͉̼̠̬ḫ̰̼͔t͙̳̥̗̖̬=̙̘̗̠̼”͔̲̙̮̩͙̖͠3̕3̡͙̪̱̹̫̣̤8̲͍̬͓͔̰̝͢”͕͖̩̞̦ͅ ̲͎̱̖̻̕/̘>̺͉͕
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̳̫̙̰̮͙<͙̰͓i̬̹̝m̻̫̜͕̜̗͘g͓͓̰ ͔̖c͕̫̼̞̺ͅl̸a̠̭͕s̹̰͔s͙͚͕͓̞͔͘ͅ=͚͖͍̘̤͎̞”̖̦̘̬̗͝ͅa̠̩̟̦̭li̧̯̮g̬̙̤͇̪ͅn̘̫̘̜͉͉͜ṉ̫͎͖͔̩̥o̗ṇ̲̙e̜͇̞͈ ̕s̤̠i͓͓̯͈̘̹̞ẓ̙̬̕e̻͔̹-f̖͉͕̭u̕l̯͇͖͖̺͍͖l̦͇̠͙̥͝ ̛͈̟̯͇͚̯̞w͓̮̲̗͕̤̩p̖̥̭̳͠-̹̙͖͍̘ͅi̝̰͇̟͈̲͘m͏͖̬̻ag̨̰e̜̮̝̭͍-̩̯͉͖͢4̪̞̣͓̰̼3̳̫̠4͖̣̗̪̪ͅ”ͅ ̴̮ș̴̪͉͉͙̲r̜c̣̫͈̺͠=̢̮͔”̷̲̯h̸͙̞ͅt̜̩̩͔͚t͈̦̻͓̝̻p̡͔̻̻͍̩̤̠s͓͕ͅ:҉̬̘̗/̤̮̙̖/̘̙̼̯͚ͅg̘̳e̶̼̪͖̥̯̩ͅi̧̟g̥̗̺͜e̝̼͖͕͞ŗ̺͕̺̣d͕̜i̢̺͓͖̮̗g̻̖̻͕̞̖ͅi͉͍̮̪̙͔̙ţ̦͔͙a̦̮̩̫̖l̰͇̙̭m̖͇̱͠e̮̗̠d̻͕̳͖̬͔i͝a͞.̤̞͕f̴̙i̟͟l͉̝̘̩̤͓ͅḙ̰̦̞̘͙͞s̷͚̜̗͕̹͉̺.̴͍͎̙w͕͇͚̖o̰̘̮̦͉r̥͝d̷̜̳̻̟͇p͕̥̯̰̤̹r҉͍͉͍͓͍e̺͢ș͚̀s̠̙̩̮̭͓̩.̘͈̟̭͚͟c̰̗̻om̹͓̖̠̯͎͘ͅ/̡͖̞2̡̱͚̠̺̳0̪1̰̳̗̰͈̤6/̣͔͓̘̦0͈4/̹̱̩͞5͉̪7̖̺̩͜3̧̘͍̺̬͍̘̤7̬͝ͅ3̲͈̣͔̮1̠̦́9̩7͉͔̞̯̘7̳̗̙̘̤8_̘̝̼͜ͅe̷̦͉̣͈ͅ4̬͢a̧̖̯9̫͚̮͍ͅf̥̲̘̦ą͖̹b͍̫̪͈a̛̘̯̲̩͔̜6̦̱̭̳ͅ4-͖co̦̕p̹̱̝͚̗y̹͝-̭͍̱͚3̘̻̜͍̘͎.͎̫̠̫̞̙ͅj̼p҉̺ģ̤͎ͅ”̩̠͈͙̻͕ ̞̯͍̟̦̫͈a̵̠̱͓̖̣l͎̲̯͇ͅt̢͎̲=̛̮̼͎̦̤̰”̺̙̰̤5͍͕͕̦̼͉̞7̗ͅ3̳̹͓̼̣͚͙7̖͝3̣͍͖̞̻ͅ1̸̻̗9̙̤̘̱̲7̦̬̣̺͎̝̗͡7̬̜̲̮͠8̢̪̝_̗̯̰̲̥͓͠e̸͖̗̗4̸̘̠̻̹̺a̛̠̼̳9͔f̛̪̹͓̻̯͍͈a̡̟̞̼̫b̨̪͎̣̥͉̻̬a̵̲̦̟̬ͅ6̮̳͙̟͎̳̼͝4̼ ̲̙͈͟c̹͔͍̳͞ͅo̻̹̟p͚̭̤y̢̬ ̙̫͈͕͚̳3̗.̲j̷̫̳p͕̳̗̖͙g̩̞͙̼͝” ̳̤̬̠̞́w͚̻̺i̪̮͓̜͘d̡͓̬͉͍͕̼͇t͎̲͚̻̯̩̩h͕̯͖=”̦͠5͈͎̝͓̜̺̹͢0ͅ0̸̹̤̭͕̮̜”̹̮̯̮̼̳̹ ̧̦̤̟̳̩ẖ̵e̡̼̬͙̗̜̯i͉̥̳̲ǵ̪͔̥͕͚̘ḫt͍̭̰̠̱̝̳͝=̪”̷̰̝̺3̛͇̜3̧͈̱8̜͔͈̟̭” ̡͚/̠̹̺̯̣͝>͍͟
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҉̺̗̪<҉͇i͠m̥̗g͞ ̰͕̱̙̩c͏̺l̫̝͍̜͇̬͜aͅs̘̺͍̠͚ͅs̙̣̳̗=͕͔̮̖͕̱͠”͈̩̗̳ͅͅa͢l̙͍i̤͓̮̥̪g̥ń͕͉̳̩̙̳n̠̣̫̙o҉̝̯̜̺̪̣̖n̫̠̤͠e̝̹͟ ͔͇͎̫̮ͅṣ̜͘i̧ͅz̬̖e҉̠͉-̼͚̜f̢͍̜ṵ̧̝̬͕̭l͎̤͝l̜̻̘̻̣͢ ̴̣̠w̕p͞-҉͖̦̟̜̜͓i̟̠̻̬͔͎̰m̺̘̪͕̰a̹̹̦͙̰̠͔͝g̴̰̼͕̭̦͍̞e͇ͅ-̗͍̼̫4҉͉̬̹͇4̀0͔̲̳ͅ”̴̦ ̙̙͎̗̝sr͍͉c̥͈͓͙̦̕=̷̹”̝͎̞͙͖h̨͚͕̲̭t̝͉̭t̴p̛s̞̯̯͈̣:͎̫̭̗̝̲̟̀/͚̳̜͝ͅ/͉̪̞̱g̡͉̖e̗͈̦͔̦i̖͙͈̟͍̯̗g̵͖̹̣̼̰͎e͖̩̘̜͙̮̟͠r̵d̟͈̹̥̖̕i̷̙̪̻̫̰g̲̭̣͕i̸͔̙̟̻̻t̥̣a̟̳̬͕l͍̩̮̻̱͈͙̕m̦̖̭e͎͚͚̟͝d͙͎̘͚̥i̪̰a̤.͖̫̥f̵̭͈̖͙ìļ͓̪̯̩̬e̲̱͕͉s͝.̫̫͔̹̲̦̥́w̤͉̰̥o͜r̛̯͓d͎̦̥p͔͍̼̥̟̝̰r̸̹͔e͖̦̥s̴̬̲s̶͙̮̦̜̣.̗̣̗c̹̘͍̮̱o̳͉̠̖̣͖m̮̖̞͞/̹͍̳̰̜͍ͅ2̡͉̹̻̰0̱̮̗͇̯1̴͙̠͕6̘/̱͚̞͎̣͖̖0͏̠̲̜͖̭̬͓4̖̙̖̲̜͙/̪͎͚̤̪̘̙s̯̬̰̳̳̠͟c͏̺͖̱̯̙r̷͍͍̦̣̜̙e̘̪en̮̥͘-͓͉̀s̹h̞̦͔̻̬͢ǫ͎͚͕t͚͠-̶̙2̠͖̹̞͘0̘̯̥͔̟̲1̩͍̮̬̻̤6̻̼̖-̴͉̝̯̗̪̤͈0͕͔͇̝ͅ4̬͍̤̼̜-̺̫̠͉̘̩̼͠1͖3͍̩̼̥̺̜-͓͎̻̩̦̲a̡̗̭͎͔̤̭ͅt҉̮̤̰-͏̳͈͕̜̩̳̣5-̯̠̟̙̪5͖͙́1͔-̵͇͉2͘1̬-̳̪̘̻p͏̜͈̫̪̩ͅm͙̖͕̗̟̩͔.̗̰̰̺̠̳p̬̗͕̰̬̹n̲͡g̠̗͙̯̹͖”̻͚̪͉̭͢ ͕̹aͅl̠͉̣t̨͉͇̻̺=̡”̷̟̟̲S͏̼̼͕̜͉̯ć̟̞͈r̶̦̯̬e̝en̫̺̬̹̣͙ ͔̙͎̳̦͎͡ͅŞ̩͓̝h̙̩̭̜̘͍̙͠ọ̯̦̹̗̻͟t͈̼͟ 20͚̫͚̟̞̯1̪̣̼̤̖́6͕͔̲̤̩͕-̝̫0̜͖͓̞͖4̡̩̼̹̮ͅ-̰̣̺1̶̟̭̬͕̯͕3̘̼ ̸̺̹̯̪̬͍a͙̩̖t͇̘̻̣ ̴̣̝͙͕͎5̜̺̗͚͜.͚̥͙̗̰̗̹͡51̗̱͖̪̯͚͓.̙͇̞͔̞̮̜2̼̤̣1̘̼͉̟̼̟͘ ̫̳͙̟̬̙P̥̝̣͍̠̞M.̰͉̤p҉̮̫̺͔̯͔̳ńg͓̪͇̪͙̪͘”̲̬̠̝̮͖͍ ̲̞w̲̣̜͈̥̱͙į͍͕̘̣̝̼dt̮̺̞͕h̻̳͎=”̺̜̠͖̥͍̗͘6́5͟8̢̬̭̦̞”͔ ̼̪͚͔͉h͏̹̮̣̖e̙͝iǵ̘̞̼̥h̩̼̩t̜̘̝̳̕=̯̞͚͎͈̬͈”̞̟̥4̝̮̼̯̮͕ͅ2̖8″̧̮ ̴̲̠̯͈ͅ/̷̘̺͇͙̜̝>͖̦̖̟̫͓͝
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̫͙̮̮<̰̜͈̮i͠m̧̻̼̰̼̳͕̼g̪̮̦̼̝̤ ̲̱͔͉́ͅc̗̬̭l̹a̫͎̖s̠̲̼̱͖͍̝s̗̯̭̝=̷͎̟̮”̰͇ạ̘̟͎̜l̖i͇̫g͍͔̤͖͡ń͙͕̻n̖͡o̠̹̰͖͉̦n͈̺̼͇̞e̟̳ ̩͍͚̭̰͕s͓̫̞͈̱̙̪͜ị̫̬̪̼̯z͉e̝-̵̺̦̳͍ͅf͙͔̘̞̩̖͡ul͝l̢͚͉ ̳͚͙͝w̜̯͝p͙̝͈̪̤̥̯-̬̮̝͎̕i̢͍̦͚̗ͅm̞̕a̧̯g̫͙̹̙̦ͅe͝-̦̮͠4̱͎̪͎͙̺̮5̡͕̯̪͙͉͍̜0͏͇̬̺̟͍̤”̮ ̼̳̜s̼̤̩̭̩̫͝r҉͔͍͙c̱̣=̺͖̭͇̤͞”̬̹͎̯͖̀h̥͍̻tt͇͕̻͙̯̟̝p̧s̰̫̺:̡̙̜/̖/͏̮̰͚̗̬͇ͅg͍̲͕̩͢ei̴g̷̱̞͈̺e̗̼̻͇̦̼̥̕r̞̱̜̺̦̟͜ḓ̴͈i͈͎̫̼̙͙͙gi̙̮̟̰͍t͎a̻̱̭̮̖̫l̹̭͞m͇̙̻͔͔̫e̸̳d̹̙̭ͅi͇̬̙͖͈͝a̯̣͔̫̙.̤̰͉̤̞͠f̦̭͚̺̩́i͉̙͕̞̲l̴͖̯e̦̥͢ṣ̗͈̖͎̼.̰̰̝̮w̻̳̟̼o̠̼̞̲ͅr̸̠̖͍̥̼d҉͕͉̺̫̦̳pr̙͎̟̭̜͕̺͝e̶͉̝̪͎̜̗s͉̞̭̪ͅs̻̪̲̜.ćo̷̜̪̥͙̠͕ͅm̠̪͓͉̲/̝̙̤̘̪̺͈͠2͇̰̙̯͖͇0̰1̦6̧̬̠̼̳͎̥ͅ/̤̘̮̞̬͈̩0̹͓̖͠ͅ4̖̹̹͎̀ͅ/̭̣̝̬̺͟s̝͉̝̮̘c̶̭͇̰̰̲r͉̱̗̖͕͓e̻̼͚ͅe̥̦̲̮n̤̖ͅ-̱̼̖͡ṣ̵͚̥͚̝h̷o̭t̠̳̙͈̥̜̕-̛2͕͠0͍̗̝̤̹͜16̞̞̯̞̜-̹̰͙͈ͅ0̹̪̦̼̤͝ͅ4͇̭̯͉̪́-1̯͇̠̭1̩̬-̻̭a̼̰̥̗̹͎t̥͕̩̯͉̙͠-̪̱͙8̱̫͈̱̤̼͈-͏̥̩͈̱͍0͝6͖̰̩͠-͙͜3̣̖̣̜̰ͅ9̴̠̟̫-̤̼̗͚̻p҉͉̖͍̣̦m͎̼̣͙̣̣1̴͓̖.̯̗̤j͇̯̺͢p̨̱̘̼̖̳͉g̲̬̠̮̯͔̰”̠̖͉̫̣̦ ̵͓͎̲͚̘̬̙a̺͖̹̪̖͈l͓̘̭͚̩t̟̳̳=̶̭͕̲̬̟̖͈”͇͙̥S͈͘c̣͍̜̙̠̗͘r̢e͏̤e̲̜̼͚̦̼͘n͙̱͓̮̞ ̩̜͠S͏ḩ̥̝̺o̳t͎͢ ͓͍͇̟̱̭̕2̬͉̖̜͕̙̦0̦̰̜̯1͚͍͕̯͞6̛̳͎̤͔̜̜̤-̬̥̭0̡̘̺̥̖̹̳ͅ4̩̱͔̲̥͍-͎͞1̢̦̼̥̹1͓̹͖͕̺̬ ͚̹̖̬͘a̦̣̖̕ț̵̪̙͉̘̳ ̡͚̮̼8͙͓̘̲͕.̛̩͈0̣̖̯͚̗̤6̯̀.̰͓̺̖̗́ͅͅ3̶̘͓͉͙̯ͅ9̢̠̖̩̦̼̜ ̹̗̲̝̻̻̝P͎̻͉̱M̺͓.̜͖̻j̡̮̫̱̘p̬͈̥̣g̘̫”̘ ͇͖͎̠͢w̗̖̬͞i̛̜̦̞̞̲d҉̯̲̠̦̞̥̩t̰̠̙͚͚̣͇h͖̺̫̖̘=̱̘̹̀”͈1̜̙͖͠3̨̪̤0̮̤̻̝̻9̝̫̜̩”̮̝̺ ̵̫̹͇̱h̩͉͈̮ͅe̢͙͇̤i͈̯͇̰̙͇g̼͔̮̥̯h̟̮t͖͍̥̠̣=͇̮̰͚̖ͅͅ”8̺́5̮̲͈̖̫̣͘4҉̣͍̦̯”̦̯̲ ̗̱͓͔͓̜ͅ/̰̘͟>͇̳̙̗̟ͅ
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̤͓<̨i̸͔̩͕̰̳m̩̭̫̙̯̟̯̀g͕̪̜ ҉͙̬̲̞cḻ̢̱̘a̲s͔̝̭s͔͓̠͈̘̣=̯”̰̠͔̲́al̫͙̬̞̜͍̱i̶̘ǵ̦̜̙̱n̫̘̰̝̥͎̠n̖̻̳o͓̲͔̳͙͡ͅṉ̣̪͎̘͓̕ͅe̷ ̶̖̺̘͍s̰̖̺͘i͉̣z̖͍̣̥̳͕̹e̘͚̪͙-͕f̡̤̭̗u͔l̫͢l͘ ̲̥w̝͇̦͉̭̠̫p̡̹̙̻̤̱̣͕-̻̼̼̯̦i̥̦͍̤m̸̻̖̖̫a͓g͈̟̞̮̺̮̖e͏̯̦̜-̛͙̺̪͍͍ͅ4̰̘̥̤́5̛̮̤̹͚̜̟̬8̼͕̭”͏̼̝̟ ̵͉s͕̙̤̖ṛ͎̼͜ć̘̭=̴”̢̩̜͎͙̱͍̥h̸͎̤̤͍̟̜̲t҉̪̠̬̭̖t̫̫͉p̡̟̞̙̞̙s̵͈̟:̱̤͍͉̼/̼̱͠/҉̳̤g̢̞̝̘̙͓̗̰e҉̬̬i͔͎̦͖͎͎͉͞g̗̖̣e̴͔̖̠̻̪̤ͅr̮͚͙͔͔ḍ͚̞̠͘i̟̟̖͖̥̙̳g̷̱͇i͓͍̯̗͘t̻̼ą̥̼l͜me̝̝͙̜̯̳̟d̸̟̘i̼̮͓̘̞͎a̶͔̠͔̦͎.͙f̻i͖̩͘l̡͚͉̼e̶̫͚͉͔̥͔s̴̻͔̖̖̠̭͇.͔w̠o̥rd̪̯͉̙̙p̴͔r̖̣̞͈̠ḙs̰̫̼̱̖̫̩s.̣̰͇̫̲͘c̼o̢̼͔m͇/̜̹͡ͅ2̺0̜1̺6͖̫͓͈ͅ/̵0̰̗͍͍̳̹̱͞4̣͡/̺̰͖ş͓͙̣̼̞͎̯c͏͈̠̫͉r̡̰e̱̬̜̥͜e̥̠͇n̵̹̥̙̮̙̯-̞s̻͎̣͖͡h̜o͇̕t̩̹̩̠͍̱-͔̙̗͍̙̣̟́2̸͎̤0͍͖͉1͉̱͉̗͞6͔̖͍͈̗̺̻-͉̼̮04҉̪͖ͅ-̷͓̗̪̠͔̺̱1͚͙3̥͡-̝a̹̭̖̤̙̠̟͘t̠̮-̭̬̱̫5̙̝̠͎͖̕-̝̲͓͕̝̘̥̀5̭̹̤̖͉ͅ5̶̺͚-̝̮͔͙͔̜͔4̶̙͔̣̠2̝̮̪̺͖-̵̪̥p͈͚̣̭̫̳m҉͎̞̭͕͈̻͔1̹̻̲̲.̞p̭̣͍n̟͓͇͎͟ͅg̞̩͔͓̰͍̲”̩͎ ̖̭̹a͏̞̯͔̱̪͙ͅl̪̼̣̖̗͎͝ͅt̞̥̖̬̻=̬̥͙̹̹”̵͎͙̩̖̜̫͔S̺͈͓͚c̗̀ͅre͎͈̦̳̠̟̜ẹ̙̭̲̻̬̮̕n̛̯͇̰͇̟͓̳ ̶̩̘S̶͉̯h̳̼̠͎͡o̧͙̰͎̲̤t͠ ̫̯̹̱͖̬͠2͕̱̝0̛̬̻̤1̛6̴̘-̦̀04̡̠̞̻̱-1̶͇͓3̵̰ ̶a̢̞̞t̵̞ ̤̭5.҉5̰̮́ͅ5͙̖̟̟̱̯͟ͅ.҉͎̮̰̯ͅ4̀2̤̳ ̦̟͕P̥̻͎̯̦M.͇̟̰̘̻̻pn̪̩̮̼͖̬̮g”̩̻̗̰ ̷͉͉̦̬̮w͏͉į̝̘̭d͍͓͇t͖͔̀h̜̞̮̭̠̕=̴͕̻̲̮̟”̜1̵̥͔̥̹̦2͚̝̻͚̫9̟̯̳̞̫͘9″̘̖̘̺͍̳ ̞̱h͓e̺̞͙̗̻͉̬͝i͘g̶̳͎͇͇̗ẖ̘͔̟̦̭̻t̯̦͓̙=̧̞͚̥”̨1̭̗͎͉̯͝2͔̲͎̱6͚̮̯̜ͅ0͞”͔ ͔͕/͝>̺͎
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̖̦̦̫͈͉͟T͉͕̼̖̜h̟̝a̷̻̯t͕ ̨̲̥̟͓̬̟w̵a̯͍̜̤͘s͉̬̼ d̡̮̮̬̯̣e͏̪̦ͅş̲t̛͇͓̟̥̹̤͚r͇͚u̘̱͕̭̼̮͍͞c̼̱̠̟̥̟t̘͡i̠̙̩̙̲̟̤v͙͈̼̣̙͇̤e̯̝͎̯̭.͏̪ ͙̝͢T͖͖i̯̝̩͔̺̪m̞͇e̯͙̩̼͠ ̹̺̟̲̘̖t͓͉͎̻̀o̘͎͖ ͚̜̣̹̗s̷̠͈͓͎c̲̫͕͓̳͜r̮̟̀e̸eͅn̦̘-͍̱̞c̮̝̣a̙̺͍̬p̙͎.̬͔̬͕̹͕.̷͈̻.̼
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̙̙͍̜̘̼̥<͎̫̪͟/͉̳t͖͕̰̙̣ͅṟ͟>̴
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̷̪̘̘̻<̥i̴̤͎̫m̴̼̺̝̤̭g̲ ̥̭̯c̫̘l̢͓̟͇̩̰̮͈a̢̩͚̺̬͉s͇͕̲ş̯͎̹͉̲̖͚=̖̣̠͔͓”̙a͈̲̖͍̝͞l̮͓̱͈̲͞i̟̺̭͈̥͟g̲̫̻͇͈̱̘n̫̪n̥o͓͉̹̦̗ͅn̸͔̖̱͉͈̥͉e̸̗ ̛͕͎͔̖s̹̜̣̮͔͇̟i̯͓̞̹z̲͜e̤̘͓͔͔͈̞͡-ͅf̴͙̻u̹̖ll̡̮͔̪̘ ̶̮ẁ̬̠͍͔̮p̻̱̝̜-̪̬̟͎i͈̕m̙̭̫̞̭̀a̧g͕̟͠e͙̠̜̲̻̩̯-̜́4̬̤̬̻͖6̷̹5̸̣̪͕̯͎̩”̷̹̩̳ ̖s͍͕̲̜r̢͔͓̜͖c̼̟͖̹͇̻͍≠͓͎͚̝”̦̣̻͉̠ͅh̲̗̯̱̖̤t̺̣̩t̜̬̣͖̲͈p̜̯̤̱͈̩s̨̺̪͓̜:҉̙̣͕̠͈/͓̺̜̹̝/͜g̢̹͔̪͙e̠̞̮̣̭i͖̘͓̭̘̬̤̕g̳e̪͉͉̮͍̣̘r͓̖͓̥̫̳̹d̤͖̮͕̳i̖g̸̜̪̲í̭͍̩ͅta̵l͍͙̖̮̫͎̟mͅe͇͔̩d̡͕͖͕̤͙i̪a̜̬.̥̟̯̹̻̩̭͡f̷̰̱i͓̹͈͝l̙̯͈͉e̦̫s͖̩̝̻.̳ͅw̫̼͙̖͟ͅo̻̖͎̝̯̤͞r̸͇͔̩̥͕̻̥d҉p̣̺̖̰̞͉̝r̦̤e̷s̜̦͞s̖̻͓̜.͈̜͈̭c̟̬̳͎̜ó̳̻m͍͉̯̖͉/̧͔͙͎̫̘2̨̤0̷̤̝1̭͍̥̬͠6/̰̪̟̗͍͙͙͠0̧̻̘̻̼̝4̸̪̺͖̬̫/͓͇̼͚͚ͅș͖͎̦͝t͝é̟̯̖̠̝̤v̲͞ȩ̹̜ģ̱̠͓̹l̗͎͎̻̦̞̕i̜̯t̝̙̲̪̟͇͓͠c̤͇̟h̸̦̯͇͎͕͚̲9͏̖̩.̴̠j̼͇̝p̹̱e̥͕̪̗͈͟g”͠ ̛̝͍͕̱a̢͍̻͍̻̜̦̩l͖̥͚ͅt̘̤͈̯̝̲̟͝=̕”͉S͕͈̠̟ͅŢ͚E̫̱̝͘VĘ̠G̤̭̳̙L̪̯͖̜͉̪̪I̤̻̹͇T͕͉͕̹̬͙C̵̬͍̬̯͓H̴͖̟9͏̱͍͙̝̜̼̪.̘͖̣̦́jp̣̦̖̦͟e͍͇̺̩̳̪͇g͓͙̟̳̯̤̝”͔̟̹͕̠͢ ͎͖͙͎ͅw̫i̙͇͙̬ͅͅd̟̪t҉̳̫͍͇̙ͅh̟͔͡=̩̹͚̗͇͝”̜̗1̮͎̞̯͙͙3̯͓̺͖͚ͅ0̬͇̠͕̫9͓̹”̴̦̝̯̰̦ ҉̖ḫ̺̮̠̟̳͎͡e̮̪͙̦͓i͈̭̻͙̪g̭͘h̟͉̫͟t̼͔=̻̹̟̦͔͞”̵͈̯̩̙͚̹̰8͏͍̰̟͔̣ͅ54͖̱͓̟̬̘̲”̯̮̼̱ ̥͉̠̫̮̩͎͜/̳͖̦͔̳̺>͓̳͡
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͈͡S̳̦̖̭̼͕͢ó͎̫,̭ ҉̻͓̭̯w̴̟̗͇ha͘t̺̰’͓̲̞̩̞͜ś̼̰͔̥͉̹ g̱͕͉͜o͇i̼̣͎ṉg̀ ̘̯̖o҉̪̖̫̥n̛̤̠̳̦͉̰ ҉̥̦̹̘͍h͎͎͔̙ḛ̬̠͙̣r̫͈͙͇̻e̼̘̩̼̙ͅ?
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̸͍̭̪̜̦ͅ<̬a̪͔̻̘̘ͅ ̫̠̗̭̗̺͝h̢̹r͉e̛̠͔̼f̰̼=̤͎̘̗͇̘͟”͓̠̠̣͘h̼̘̗̳̜̱̹t̗̖t͖̖̱̬̦̫́p̞s̗͓̜̳:/̱/͏̬̠͙̖a̤̱͚͈r͉͙̫̖͡t̸̹̪̭̩̞̹͓1̞1͉̣̭̤̹9̸͎̻̝sp̛̤͍̙1̢͉̝̘̼̰̞6̹̰̖͚͟.͡f̥͓i̭͙̞̺̫͎̤͜l̦e̻ş̳.̬ẁ͇͙͔̬̗o͎̥͓̺͘r̟̻̗̼͟d̯̥̭̼̝̹p̠͈̮̕r͎̞̲͜e͈̹͇̩̜̹̱͡s̸̟ͅs҉͈̬̝.͙͕̩͇c͖ͅͅò̥̯̻̥̲̱m̼̗/2̗̙̻͍̬͓̗͝0̜̩̠1̧̮6̱̺̯͎/̵̺̖̞̪̯̥ͅ0̣̝̼̻̠̮4̵͉̮̲͎̞̲͈/͎̹̝͍̭͇g̺̫̪l͕̹̦̯͓͚i̴̠t̖̜̲̹̯̩̩c̱͚͚h̢-҉a̲̜̞r̸̼t͏͈̣-̥̳͜t̞̹̩͢ṳ̵̻̖̦̣t͈̙͓̙̫o̹̲̞͈̯r͔̩͕i̠a͏͖͚̙l̛̞̠͎̜̞̲ͅ.̸̩̼̞̪p҉͇̗̜d̯͈͉̤͉ͅf̢̲͕”̪̳̠̲̩͙>͎͉̺͕͔͚̪C̢͚̺̱͙͔h̵̲̩̝͚͚̱ḛ̼̟͓c̡̭͙͎̙̻̩k̷̺̦͔̝̯͈ ̟̠o͏̮u̡̜t͎̰̺̺̻̘̜͜ ̛͔̼̹̹͖ṱ̷̞h̬͕ͅͅe̩s͙̗̬̯̩ḛ͍͚́ ̴̭̗i̷͓̘ns̨͇t҉̤r̬̰̖͠uc̰t̻̩̟̜i̳o̥̱̝̰͈ǹ͖̳s̢ ͏̫̩̪f͔͉̥͚o͏̭r҉̱͖̖͖̹̪ ̱̩̤̙ͅm̨͇̠̖̬̳ͅo̹̭̯̠͟r̗̺̹̻̫͞e͓̞ ̱det̠̭̪̠̫a͏̱̜̳̲̜i͓͚͍͎̯̞l͔̺͔s̮͓̲͕̘̪.͏̦̯̫<̻̦̗̲̥͟/̬͙͜à̗͖̪>̤͚

̝̲̫͉̞̝Ẁ̭e̼͔̪͔͓͈̖ ̱͚͈͈͓ạr̗̱̟̼̙e̦̝ ̥̲i̯̳̞̟͕̦͈n̴̜t̸̰e̘̯ṋ̢̟̤̤̤͍͙t̺̰̩̟̱i̤̝͔̜͘o̺̜̬͚͝n̛͔͉͎̘a͍͟l̘͚͚̞̤̜̤͜l̳̰͝y ̫͓̼d̯̭̼͖̳͙̭e̸̟͔̙̼s͈̼̠̫tr͝o̶y̻̗̱̬i̱̻̖͘n̝̣g̶͎͙͔ ͏̖c͈̺͙̰̠͍͝o̫̟̺̝͟ḏ̯̳̥e ̴͎i͉̣̹͕͍̥̗n ͉̪̣̪̼̲o̼̕r̝͓̼̬̖͝d̠e̸r͔͕̲̗͓ͅ ̡̫̪̬̗̻͇ț̰̜̱͇͍͘o̧͙̠͙̫̝̣͓ ͝ç̝͈̞r̯͙̦̲̦e̛͔ͅa̗͓̤͢ţ̼̠̻ę̯͖͈͍̤̠͍ ̢͔̥̞̤͈͇n͕e̢w͕ ͏͓̬i͉͔̲̤̣ͅm͚̫a͞g̝̩̺͍̼ẹ͈̥͕̱̩s̮͈͍̣̙͈͝ͅ.̣̗ ͓͚͙̖͉̠͖͘I̬͓͇͔̖t̹͡ ̞̭̹̗̯̝í͓̞s̗̲̦̠ ̖̜̲à͍̲ ̺̙͕̥́(̢i͟m̡)͏̞̰̻p͕̜͕͖͎e͎͈̦̲͡rf̡̝̝̯e̼̗̤̹̣̰c͖̣͞t̶͕ ͖i̸̥̟͇n̻̩͔͡t̲̬e̷͚r̜s̢̼̞e͕̙̟͝c̴t̺í͈o̸̞̹ͅn̨͕̤͚͍͓ ̱̲͕̣̗̱͠o̰̫͈͞f̡͕̘̼ ̴̹̻̯̬̭͔c̶̳͇o̮̺̮̯̹͙̝m̮͓̻͙̹͟p͕̹͇͕̩͇u͖͍̟̹ṭ͓̯͖̣͕̥͡e̱̖̺̯̞r͈ ̟̟̰a̴̬̬͙͈r̘̼͚t͖̫͖̰̣̤̕ ̣͕͟a̖̠͎͇̲̪nd̘̹͞ ̘̝͓̟̭͈̮c̶̝̪̭̞o͔͜m̸̲̝͉͚̗͉p̥̱͔̰̫ͅu̧̬̺̮̜̹̝t͈̯̱͕̙̜͜e͙r̰̦̪̳ ͎̼̠̰͙s̡̝̼͓̦ͅc̸̬͎̖̫i̶͖e͎̟̥̱͙͔ń͔͕c̲͕e̝͉̖͉͖͟.͍̲͟ ̖͈̦ͅI̢t͎̥͚̳͘ ̰̪s̡̫̦̭͔͚̹̯u͙̬̜͚̮̹̟b͙̰̤̬̯̬̦́v̧̙͓̖̺͕̱e̷̯̜ṟ̨̱̹̟͈t͟s̳̱ ͔̺͈t̙̲̥h͇̫̤̥̯e̛̬͕͍͕ ̼̤̥̙ị̤̦̯̙̘͎͞d͟e̺͎̭̫̯̜͍͘a̞͖͉͇͇ ͍͙̰o̼̜͈͉̲̥ͅf͏̮̣̯ ̣͘f̱͞i͖͇̫͓͈̬d̢̰̳̩̜e̞̱͓̤̘l̵̲i̶̗t̮̦͉̪͘y̝̰ ͏͚̰̱b̹͚̰̬̫͕ͅy̖̳̠̲̤͠ͅ ̡̺̲̦e͍͓̳m̶̹̻p͈̘h͚̠͈̼a҉̲̼̠͕̗s̙̫͉͈͔͕i̦̫͓̲̙zi̭̠̫̜̟̞n͍̰͉̞̗̤g̪̙̝̘̫ ̱̜͕̹̻̯t̡͚h̼̀e͉͜ ̻̭̗̥v̳̥̝̥͚͎ͅe̶̤̯r̥̗̪̞̥y ̼á̹̝͈̭̝̬̣ṟ͓̰̖͎̤͟t̴͙̞͉i̢̫f͖a̫̗͙c̱͝t̟͕̪͇ͅs͙ ̴̤͉͚ͅo̥f̜̺̖̹ ̝̙r̪͓͈͕͓͈̣e҉͓̗̘͎̬̞ͅc͍̥͕̠͈̲̯or͓d҉͔̻͇̬̬̰̳i͕̫̳̙̞n̞g҉̠̳ ̧͓͖͖ͅ(͍͓͜ͅa̟̟̯̘̠͓͓m̵̱̺͖͖̖b͈̼̩̪i҉e̴̮̭n͙̖͔͎͝c̺̩̕e̲͕̳)̛̜̳̠̼ t̨̻͚͎͈ͅh͚̬̘̙̪͔a̜̯͇̜͔͜t̴̻̠ ͠o͙̙͙͔͙͟u͚̪̪r̬̜̝͕͎͔ ̷̖̙̟͔m̕o̺d̷͖̤̤̜e̢̫̲r̴̺̘͎̠̠n̲͓͕͞ ̦͓̣̭̯̥ḍ̸͈͎̯͉̮i̦̱̣̥̫ǵi̥ta͜l̤̩̦̮̘̭ ̟̖̱͉ḿe̢̻̤d̫̪̳̙̰̗ͅia͉̣ ̬͞a͘t̢͎̳̻̟̜̜̺te̖̜̙͕͔̞̮m͏͉͇̭̻̥̪̲p̨t̤͈̦̬̪̰̟s̡̻̠̱͕ͅͅ ̤̪̻̞t͟o̭ ̗̱͔̘h͏̭̺̣̟̮i̜͍̯̩͎d̮͈͎͢ͅe̠̫.̙͙ ̮͖̭͉͞ͅB͚̩̪͈́y͓͉̳̤̘̕ ̣͚͉͍h̀i͈͎͈̤̼͖͟ͅg̵̣̜h͇͇͈̥̫̬l̪̤̬̖͈̖i̖̠͖̣ͅg̷͈̜̺̳̟h͖͓͕̙͔̝̲t͔̠in̬̫͕g͍̞̝̘̙̥͚͠ ͉͞t͏̙̗͎̬he͕̪s̖̬̹͢e̶̠ ̙̠̳͕͓̥͢i͙̙͕̞͈͜mpḛ̫̺̖̤̟̭r̸̮̤̼̪͎fe̩c͓͔͈̫̘̺ͅt̸̰͇͉i̴̭̼͔̼̝o̲̰̼͎͎͡n̴s̙̤̭͙̰̕ ͅw̳̩̰̜e͏͈̬ ̴͖̮̳̤͕̖g̵̣̳̳a̳̻̩̺i͇̦̙̞̝n̰̥͎͡ ̥͓͈͔͚̟̯͘á̯ ̢̬̘̫d͈͈̞͉ę̘̬͉̳͚e̦̬̦p͖̼̹̟̞̲e̮͈̠̩̞͇͘r̷͉͎̰͚͉̫ ͎̩̖̜c̪͖̠͖͉̖͠o̥̙̞n̼̲͍̠̞ͅn̴̩̙̘̦e̥c̭̝̪̮͍̀t̴̯͉̥̖̺̪io̘̝̬͎͓̪̗n̙̫̠̕ ̡̞̻̯̰̬w͉̞̗ͅi̧̦̜͍͍̰̖t̘͚̘̲͚ͅͅh ͉͇͜t͙h̞̼̘͓͓͓ͅe͚̤̖ ̷̟̺̣a̡̖r̗̖͝t̟̪̫̠̮̰i̲̭̺̘͈f̥̼̤̯̼i̼̫̖c҉͖ì̝̳̰a̫l̵̺̮̲͚͎̪̱ ̢̦̪̰̹̦̦̙n̨͇̱̪a͔tu̧̜̥̩̪͈̱r̵̳͕̥̞̳͓ę̥̘̜̺̱̫ ̬͈͉͓̲͇of̤̠͎̪̞̀ ̣̹͍ó̩͍̫̼u̡ŕ̼ ̜̲̗̯̠̲̹͘m̤̫͝ȩḑ͓̹̤͔̜i̩̕a̢̤̫̩̲͙̰ ͔͓͖a̧̗͚n̹̼͚͎͉̭̮͘d̳͓͕͕̘ ̠̭̟͓̥c̨̞̭̖ͅa҉̗n̮̦̯ ͎̻̞̻̭͚̞ḇ̮͠e̵̥͈̰̗ͅg̖i̵̦̞̖̘̲͈n̜̝͙̮̘ ͚̤̪͚̬̯t̨̹̹͈o̰ ̶̺͇̖̥a͈p̖̻̼̘p̪̦̳͍̺r̯̲͞e͓̱̘̤̳̭͉c̡͙̱̲̦̠i̗̰̲̳̝a̘͢t̰̯̙̖̫e̤̘ t͎̟͈͘h̸̗̲̜͍̻ͅe̸ ̰̱̘p͈͓̥͚̩̦͟r̩̫̯̪͓̥o̶c̬̼͔ęs̩̹̩̠̰̩͔̕se̤͍̼̼̮s̞̦̖̪̲̦͈ ͙̫t̯͙̣̝̯͢h̻͈̖͉̺̫̜a̕ţ̭͙͈̰̯ͅ ͖̜͍̖̀c̳̹̲͙̭̦̜o̺n̤̖̳̹͓̟͢t̗͖r̦͔͉͓ͅi̠̪ḇu̺͓̦͠t͖e̙ ̟̣͚̤̘̗t̵̲̞͉͉̻o̰̳̫̜̲ ͕̣̲̜̲̤̱ò̩u̟ṛ̻͍ ̨̥̱̻̬e͎̯͜v̟̜͔̻̙̝ẹr̙̻͚̤͚̜ͅ-̤̦̱̜m̺̫̯̖̼̞̥o̦̲̤̹r̘͎e̷̤̲̦̙̰͓͇ ͕͈̟͞d̳͇̹͈̪i̖g͈͖͈̙i̢t̹͉̣̺al̛̹͔̼͚ ̵͍w̠̞͟o̼͓̮r҉̫͎̥̪̞̮l̯͔d̻̜̜̟̦̖.͠
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͔͎́B̬̟͉͈͍e̢̲̤̯̗ͅc͖̜̬͙̪͠a̮͙̺̫͎̙ͅu͞s͡e͕͓͖ ̴̥̦̲͈̹̩̥m̩̺̝͕͎͢o̲̩̠̤͠ͅd̰͎̹e̯̱̱̤̹͇r̶̯̜n̩̘̭ ̶̹̦͖̤͍̖b̹͕̰̞͉r̮͉͍͔͉͝o̻͈ͅw̬͔̳s͏͙̯̝̱͈̭e͎̘͔͓̰̩̝͞r̪̗̜͡s̟̜ ҉͙̻̟͎i̦͎̣͇n͖̤̺̖̭c̗̰͖͎l̥̦͓̜u͉̱d̵̫̯͍͔̪e̦͇͉̜̠͠ ̡̥̩s̥̙͔̳̝̜͙u͉̼̝̘̜̤ͅp̧̣̤̩̼̜p͇͕̙͈͍o̱͎͙̼͍̫̲ŕ͚̝̥͖̤͖̖t̨̜̬̳ ̠̘͉̖͇̱̞f̢̩̭ͅͅo͚ͅr̶͍̱̱̰͈̺̼ ̘̼͕͕̀l̘̯͍̳̪̥a̲͇̘̱͎̪n͏̳̜̮g͈̺̖͍͙̗u̠͓͇͢a̵̭̺͈̰̗̝̠g͔e̶s̳͖̙̗̥͕ ͈t̯̖̖̙̭̞̥̀h̭̩̭̫̺a̡͉͇̘͕̼̙t ̛͈̜͖͙̦f͉̞̭̹͉u̱͈ņc̱͚̘͘ͅt̫ì̙̱͉̦͔̠o̡̦͖͉̻̼̦n ̷̩r̦͙͇̤͡í͓̱͍g̰̦̫̖̦͇h͜t̴͓ ̠̼͇͇̺̙͘ͅt̼̯̦͓̼o͉͠ ̜͟l̘e̶̼̱f̜͠t̤̦͓̞̝͍͔́ ̘̞̱̺a͙͕̖̹n̗̙͓̻ͅd̙̻͇̦͓̮͕ ͕̩̯͓̠t̢̰̲͇̦̳o̰̘̲͉͞p̻͞ ̰̘̫͉͓t̮̖͖̝͕o̜̙̯̟ ̴b̬͍͎͎̺̜̖͝o̵̭̘͍͚̗͎t̨to̜̲̫̮̪͓m͞,̥̠ ̵̝̥i̸̫̱̭̫̳t͎̜̘͍͚ ̺̗͎̣i̮͔͟s͉͍̗̬̬͝ ̣̞p̖̜̳o̦̬s̡̹͖̜̻̳̪s̻͇͖i̮͔b́l̡̹̖̯̜͚͔e ̹̤̲̭̺̹͟t̙̫o͇̗̲ ͏̘i̜̺͖͉n͍̹̲̩̖̥͘j̱͎͎̀e̪͈̘̭͞c̸̤͉͖t̼̘̘̯̯̜̠ ̴̬̼̲̩̟s̖͉̫̬͍p̺̻̙̲͕̠e̘̞̦c̡͎̟͕̼ia̭͕̱̼l ̳̥c̻h̬͖̟̣̖a̷̮̰͔̬̭ͅr̺̰̪͠a͏̣̘̦̤͖ͅc̩͕͓̣t̶̲̝͔̱̟͚ͅe̩̲̞ŗ̘̥̳͇̳̺̞s̻͖̯̼͙̀ ̶̱̱̘̭̭̫͈ìṋ̜̮t̶o̯̭͓̦̩ ̢̠̹̼̝e̠͍̱̬͟ǹ͙g̶̦͓̠̹͈ͅͅĺ̜̰̟͇͉̪i̴͖̼̻s̷̘h̶̝̯̙̪̺ ͓t̖̰̤̺̯̗e̖͇̙̹͘x҉̩ͅt̡͉͖̤ an̴̪̭̥̗̖̖ͅd͇ ̶͙̦c͇r̭͙̱̥̕ea̩̻̳̘̯̘t̷̯ḛ̛̟̝̰̙̬ ̱̲̮̖͓̪n̼͎͉̭͟o̫ṇs̡e͏̳̗̰̦n̳s̥̥̜͉ͅi͈͓̜͚͉̩c̙͚͓̬̥a̛̹̖̥̤̜̹l͓̩̮ ͚̼s͏͕̫̞͇t͚̹̗̫̟͢r͍͎̗͔̯e̟̯̮̻̥ͅa̦̜͖̪̳̮m̵̜s̼̬̦ ̧͍o͈̮̰f͉̞ ͈̭gi̵̟͉̝̭̯b͔̩͠b̶͔e̺ŗ̜̫í͕͉̭͚s̺̥͓͖̗̟̩h̛̦̖̹/c̺o͔ŕ̹̰͖̜̪̟̻r̜̻̤u̻̲͢p҉͙͙̜̱t̲͙͈͈͇̦i̴̮̮̤̣o̭̭̠̙n̜̖͖͇̟͉̤.͕̘̟͠ ̖̭̩̼̥̦͚͜Ţ̯̜̣̩͓̬o͚̼̳ t̙̯r͜y̬̝̤ ͕͓͇͈̲̪̹y̢͓o͚̬̥u̴r̪̥͖͍͕̯͡ ̨̺̭̼h̸̯͖̯̫̲a̸͇̥̙͕̫ͅnd̡̞̞ ͎͈̞͠a̧̬̦̻t͇͙̕ ̤͇Z̴̫a̵̭ͅl̪̤̻̼̳g̟̟̪̣͔̥o͙̻͈ͅ ̼̩̥͡t̢̥͙̰̞e͡x̛̟̩͍̬͙̭͍t̛,͔͇͔ͅ ̼͕͉͘t͕̦̣̀r͓͓̦y̦͍̜̘̙ <̠͉̪̞a ̲̰͉h̤̞̤̤͍̫r̴͇e͙̪̬͙̠f͖=̷͕̯̰̲̟ͅ”҉̩̰̻̻h̳̜͈̥̙t̝̤͎̞ͅt͉͖̭͉p͈̩͍͎͚̹̖:̝̰̪̘̘ͅ/̧͖͙̳̘̪̲/̼̠̞͜w͕̗͎͎̤̺w̲̜̠̳̫̟͇w̛.e̷̩͉͔e̞̘e̱̥͓m̙͝o̬̹.̖̤̳̪nẹ̬̫̦t̨̠̗̙͔͕̫”̹͟ͅ ͟t̳̰̩̪̠̤a̜̣̝̕rge̝̰̬̜͎̕t̛͍̣̯̲̳̥ͅ=̪̥̩͍̣̰ͅ”̻̮͔̖͙̗͡_̵̮͔̗̞̰̱bl̗̮͘a̻̻͇̩͍n̝͚̩̫̝̭̭ḵ͖̀”̛̩̱͇̥̰͈>̲͎͍̱͓̲͜t͜hi̶̲̺̘͙s̷̪ ̡͕̜̪g̹̪͕̣̦̟e̤̦̮n̩͍̟e͕̟̟r҉̞͇̬̪͚̮a̼̭̳͈̣̠̕ṭ̻́o͎̱̪r̴.̧̱̞̻̰̩͍ͅ<̰͔/̤̻̪̖͎̱̥͞ą͉͖̦̥̲>͚͇͙̼͙
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͙&ṉb̯́s̟ͅp͈̼̥;̠̤̭͉ͅ
̞͉͙̀
͏̟̼&̗͚͎̞̩̣̝n̛͍̙͙̮͖̳b̙s̵̞̫͓͔̜̲̭p͓̭̞̳͈;̵͕͉̼̙͔̼̜
̞̟̹͈͓̫͎͜
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Project 1: Final Product

That’s all, folks!

My final three images for the typographic portraits:

 

 

For information about how these images were made, check out my updates:

Introduction

Illustrator Tutorial Notes and Critique Notes

Weekend Update

Illustrator Files:

Accident-Prone

Hostage

Magician

(Link to Google Drive require @pdx.edu account)

Project-1: Weekend Update

I’ve taken the criticisms into careful consideration, and here are the latest image updates:

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I spent a lot of time figuring out how to use perspective to give the blood spatter a solid “floor,” but the letters felt too flat against that perspective surface. Carl had some input on this, and the end solution was to include a 3D Extrude stylization filter to give depth and dimension to the letter “A”. There is a nice contrast with the flat letters in the background, and a slightly more gray value is applied to the background letters to emphasize this.The blood was given more detail by using the Wrinkle Tool. Overall, this is a pleasing change and I’m much happier with the results than earlier versions.

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What kind of magician would I be without a rabbit? The peer critique included an earlier, rougher version of this critter, but I’ve refined it to a point where it is a welcome distraction and not just a proof of concept. The sparse grayscale image really Pops thanks to the included red bowtie. This was created as a series of shape (Rectangle Tool) and a thicker brush setting for the outline. A heavy use of Gradient was applied to multiple Layers of the top-hat to give it a more three-dimensional appearance. Abracadabra!

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The lion’s share of time went into this third image. Carl had an interesting suggestion to give the background a crumpled paper appearance. I scoured the web for a few options on how to do this. One suggested using a gradient tool in Photoshop and importing that image into Illustrator like so:

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This wasn’t a bad approach, but it didn’t really “look right” in Illustrator. The better solution I found came from a multistep approach involving actual crumpled paper (Read here). I started by crumpling a folded piece of paper, and then scanning a highDPI image of it and saving the PNG for use in Illustrator. I then used the Image Trace tool to assign shapes their corresponding values (4 shades of gray). The end effect was more convincing because it was derived from the genuine object. Next, I created improved letter “clippings” for the ransom note stylization by choosing a variety of fonts and color combinations, grouped with rectangles that were altered using Transform to give them a more natural appearance.

The final steps involved creating a severed finger – because just one pool of blood in a project is never enough. I started with the Rectangle tool and created two segments, for the third segment (the fingertip), I used a pair of Ellipse tool shapes (fingertip and fingernail), which I altered with the Pen Tool. I then used a gradient fill to give the nail some depth, but struggled to find a gradient to give the finger segments an illusion of depth. I decided to hold off on that detail and used a regular color fill from the Skin Tone Library (color swatch). I then rotated the segments to give the finger a more curled appearance, and the Pen Tool to create the creases in the skin.

Solution for creating depth: I layered four stacks of cloned finger (object groups) on top of one another and then used the Eraser to create a gradation of shadows (Stylization and Drop Shadow) to create a rounder appearance. The end effect is consistently cartoonish with the rest of the image.

Finally, I created a “blood soaked paper” effect by changing the fill color of the surrounding Image Trace generated shapes and the Wrinkle Tool to give it a more distressed appearance. The one effect I want but haven’t been able to figure out is how to “crinkle” the ransom note letters themselves. They feel a bit too flat, and out of place, but after a few failed attempts with the Knife Tool to create segments I’ve decided to error on the side of caution. If I come up with a solution by Monday, I’ll be sure to update the results here.

Project 1 Update

Minimal Realism:

” When I look at a wildlife or nature subject, I don’t see the feathers in the wings, I just count the wings. I see exciting shapes, color combinations, patterns, textures…”

Illustrator Demo

Type Text “CARL”

Object -> Make Outline

DON’T FORGET TO: Ungroup Text

Knife Tool -> Cut “waves” through the text.

Color the top half “Fill” Brown

Color the bottom half “Fill” Blue

Brush Pallet (icon looks like books on a shelf (i.e., library))

            Using the brush tool change the outline of the letters to give a more “watery” look. Change stroke size to amplify effect.

Texture Pallet

            Just like the brush library, you can fill an object with a variety of textures.

Command: Paste in place

This creates a copy of an object directly on top of the original; useful because you do not need to align the new object.

How to make triangles:

Use the Polygon tool, and then rightclick for a menu to select “sides”, change to: 3

 

Create object from center:

Hold down the option key

How to create “Distressing” shapes

Use the “Warp Tools”. The Icon looks somewhat like a tulip.

 

PNG Export: (For blog)

            Use Artboard

            300 DPI (High)

Background color: White

Critique Notes:

As of Wednesday evening this was the status of my three images:

 

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My peers had some excellent suggestions.

Image one (accident-prone), is too flat. Consider moving the other letters of the text “back” into the image to create more depth

Image two (magician), needs more color. Black and white images are less interesting in this context, and more stylization of the letters would really help. Just as adding a gradient to the “wand tips” gave greater depth, consider adding more depth to this image as well.

Image three (hostage). This is an early start, and needs more work. Particularly, the texture on the letter “A” isn’t working well. The concept is interesting, but more details will make this a successful piece.

 

Project 1: Typographic Portrait

The first day of the week and we’ve hit the ground running on this first project. It’s almost the end of class and I’m just now getting to the 2nd (of three) portraits. I asked for help on my first iteration, because it seemed like something was missing. I had followed the basic draft pretty closely, but it felt bare and uninteresting.

Typography - Accident

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After talking with the professor, it was clear that I needed to express a greater range of tools. This was my second iteration:

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Better, but not great. I added an organic shape and used the gradient tool to create a shadow effect. Still, the image felt a little too flat. One more tweak:

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This simple vertical offset creates a bit more motion and surprise. I’m not sure what more I could add or subtract at this point. On to my second portrait…

In order to create a three-dimensional “floor” I used the perspective grid tool:

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Typography Magic

 

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It isn’t really easy to see what I’m experimenting with just by looking at the image, but I have several elements that are grouped into logical objects. The “wand tips”are made using the rectangle Shape Tool, arranged above the Text and then individually grouped with their respective “T”s. Same for the “shirt buttons” on the “M”, as well as the top-hat. I’m not sure if this one would benefit from color or not. Perhaps I can use the gradient tool to give the “wand” more of a cylindrical appearance?

Adobe Illustrator Reading Response – Art 119

Over the weekend I had a chance to sit down and read over the first two chapters of Adobe Illustrator guide. I think I may have just confused myself. One of the key challenges is the fact that I have very little experience with Adobe’s Creative Suite. It’s like a whole new language. Furthermore, I do not have this software at home, and thus cannot easily relate to these new sets of terms. It is hard to apply knowledge when everything about it is purely theoretical. Last but not least: this was just a ton of new information.

At least there were pictures.

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Clear as mud, but at least you can see it. Page 33 (Artboard printing)

Illustrator is a massive heap of skeuomorphisms, and this only makes sense for those who began their careers in print making prior to the advent of computers in Graphics Design. This can be a huge challenge for newcomers, but this challenge is hardly unique to Illustrator. True story: a seventeen-year-old in one of my freshmen courses once described the save button in MS Word as a “purple truck”.

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Beep! Beep! I’m a truck!

See, the thing was, she’d never even seen a floppy disk before. This graphic held no contextual meaning for her. She never experienced the joy of inserting a 3.5-inch piece of plastic into a clunky (yet essential) device to save her document. By the time she was old enough for K-12, the iMac was standard, and those computers (controversially) never shipped with a floppy drive.

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“No floppy, no problem! You’ve got the World-Wide Web, son!” source: betanews.com

She accepted the function (saving her document was important, after all), but couldn’t make the connection between function and form. I’m not telling this story because it is funny (I still laugh when I think about her), but because I can now relate to her better after reading about Adobe Illustrator’s Tool Bar and Control Panel. Some of the symbols are easy to recognize, despite the fact that I’ve never actually used them in real life:

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Page 3 – The tearoff toolbar

I’ve never used a fountain pen. I’ve had a classmate spatter ink on me accidentally with one, but that’s really about it. Generically speaking I “get” pens. I’m fond of needlepoint over ballpoint, but that’s not the graphic here. What if I’d never seen a fountain pen before? How’d I ever hope to recognize the function?

I’m sure I’ll catch up, and with enough practice become proficient with this tool set. I just wonder how many “purple truck” moments I’ll have along the way.