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    The "literally" one literally made me laugh, and I feel that I may have learnt something about Latin. But seriously, exactly how much free time do you have?

    Also I didn't realise that Barricade had so many smarts.
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    It's not quite as time-consuming as it used to be thanks to smart phones and WiFi. It's not like the old days when I would use film cameras, take photos, develop the film, scan the photos, then add captions/effects. Yeah. Or even after digital cameras came along, I'd still have to attach the camera to a computer, download the photos, and then add captions/effects. Now I can just point and click with my phone, upload wirelessly, then add captions/effects. One thing that's never changed is that I still use MS Paint for effects/captions, which is a pretty simple program. The most time-consuming thing so far was placing Jetfire in front of that Megatron poster. Because obviously there was nothing behind those toys when I photographed them, and the idea was to simply copy and paste that image behind them. But stupid me wasn't mindful enough to keep tall Jetfire clear of the space that I wanted to paste the image onto, so I ended up having to manually crop Jetfire's interfering wing/shoulder back into the shot. Guh. But except for stuff like that, these photocomics are fairly straight forward shoot, add text and load. Most of these are also taken at night; usually after the rest of my family has gone to bed.

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    These are hilarious

    aaaaaand now Moonracer has Salma Hayek's voice in my headcanon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaZZerath View Post
    These are hilarious

    aaaaaand now Moonracer has Salma Hayek's voice in my headcanon.
    Salma as in Salma or Salma as in taco?

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    Love these.

    And speaking of voices, thanks to the correcting Latin bit, in my head Barricade is now John Cleese as the 'Romans go home' Centurion from Life of Brian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Kitty Fantastico View Post
    Love these.

    And speaking of voices, thanks to the correcting Latin bit, in my head Barricade is now John Cleese as the 'Romans go home' Centurion from Life of Brian.
    Bahahaha now I can't undo that either

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