Started by C-Chan, August 13, 2006, 09:11:07 pm
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QuoteROFL. huh, interesting point. *throws snakes at you and runs away*
Quotesankyuu~ I also noticed that OS/2 was first announced in April, and all my >C symbol needs is a line to make it look like a Pisces. XD; But I thought it would be getting too obscure by then. heh
QuoteHaha, sorry, I had to get to class by then. She's actually chiseling something. Going along with the art theme there cuz I couldn't think of anything else. Hammer and chisel. yep.
QuoteQuote from : C-Chan'kay, I'll s'hedule a little time for CPU-tans in December..... '09. Mwahahaha... ^___^'In the meantime, I just finished my new OS-tan Chibi of the week! ^.^I'm putting her in the same thread as OS/2-tan because:a) She's also a member of the Anti$oft Coalitionb) She's OS/2-tan's very reliable second in command. (or, as OS/2-tan would say, her "Number One") [15 points if you guess the reference] ^_-c) If I keep making new threads for each and every new OS-tan released, eventually Pitkin will turn me into bacon.... ^^;So without further ado, please give a warm welcome to RISC OS-tan....! ^v^Post-and-run again, you know the drill.... -v-RISC OS-tan is considered one of the (if not THE) most efficient and stable operating system in the world. But sadly she's not very outgoing, hence the reason why you've probably never heard of her (unless you're British a big fan of ARM computers).Feel free to review the usual literature... ^__^http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RISC_OSShe's a member of the Anti$oft Coalition only in solidarity with OS/2-tan (another overlooked OS-tan with great potential). Otherwise, she has no specific gripe with Windows-tans other than the occasional infringement in her niche market.If you know the system, you can probably identify the logos interspersed throughout. In case you're wondering, btw, her pistol is a British-manufactured Webley Mk IV Service Revolver. No need to panic as she is far more cool-headed than OS/2-tan (and besides, has horrible marksmanship anyway). Her pistol is really more for show, as her real strength lies in her physical traits. She's amazingly fast and agile, and while not particularly strong she is considered to be "unbreakable" (think the "Bruce Willis" kind).
Quote from: "SleepyD"um... yah.I had an hour or two between classes, so.... yah. Quick drawing, don't expect quality. Legs are horrendous. Anyhoo, I was just getting my ideas down.I tried not to put too many logos and things on there. I mean, if people want to draw her, I don't think they'd be drawing logos, would they? The thing on her collar? I put the symbols ">" and "c" together. "> c," "greater than the speed of light," "WARP". Follow my logic? ^^ And... I simplified the idea with the hair. I'm not sure if actually having an exact number would go well with artists... ^^; It's hard to even get her in a pose where you see em all. ...well anyway, at the bottom, you see I had fun with the hair idea. ^^...I don't know why I thought of putting a stock on the phaser. XD;; I mean, do those things have much recoil anyway? Why stock on a pistol? yeah... got the idea from H&K VP70. Thank you Gunslinger Girl for introducing me to that.
QuoteAll I know is that this is available on Acorn computers and it is widely know n in Europe. Although it is popular in Europe, this was almost never heard in Asia and it has a very few amount of users in the American continent. My Linux user buddy told me that he have those ones as a gift by his dad in Canada, but since it is to believe that this is not available in the United States. It was shipped from Toronto to New Jersey for him to use it.By the way, nice job you made on RISC-tan . I like her outfit and the expression of his face. Keep on rollin's pal!
QuoteGood work too SleepyME-tan being there was comical!
QuoteAn ME-tan? right here? Meh, I am not in the mood for dirty work... Melinda-tan, Iloveyou-tan! *tells other Virus-tans that there is an unguarded ME-tan.
QuoteOh, btw, what programming did you use to make it?