Hobbies @ 4-ch

Do you do something enjoyable away from the computer from time to time? If it's a hobby, and it doesn't belong on another board, talk about it.
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1: howdoimakesixfig with 3d cg (7) 2: Any good birdwatching websites? (4) 3: Looking for actual, intelligent and logical input on biomechanics (3) 4: finding position and orientation of limbs in locomotion (8) 5: Guitar and Bass questions (19) 6: Looking for some wild, non conformist method to animate (8) 7: Why should i listen to you when (3) 8: Neeed to knowww about animationnn (14) 9: Easy, Simple Yet Useful Recipees [n00bs] (36) 10: 8 Steps To Becoming A Weaboo (11) 11: ITT: What food made you sick/stomach pain, but it was worth it? (13) 12: Supercapacitors as a rapid-charge battery replacement for low-voltage, low-current device (1) 13: I am Japanese.Do you have some question? (21) 14: Help me choose a new hobby (93) 15: Smoking (46) 16: Let's share funny something!! (20) 17: Firearm Thread (4) 18: feedback please (5) 19: Check out this mmrts (6) 20: Breakin (8) 21: Hunting the Undead (53) 22: profit from games and anime and comic (3) 23: Weeaboo... they just want to be Japanese, or any Asian is okay? (140) 24: Go/Baduk/Weiqi (11) 25: Board games (27) 26: HAM Radio questions (1) 27: [Nighttime] Amateur Astronomy/Stargazing [Comfy] (15) 28: [Bicycle] Hey, lets go ride bikes! (31) 29: Chemistry (7) 30: [Food] General Recipe Thread [Cooking] (4) 31: I'd like to learn guitar. ._. (14) 32: fascinated (2) 33: wowhello (3) 34: urban exploretion & occult (7) 35: Looking for a special hobby. D: (39) 36: Tabletop RPG & Homebrew Worldbuilding (14) 37: Otaku? (14) 38: Please help! I don't want to be an otaku anymore! (155) 39: Anyone else keep beetles as a pet? (5) 40: I think of all the dead boards on this site... (2)

howdoimakesixfig with 3d cg (7)

1 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-04-15 08:52 ID:g0u527p+

also thats what they want of me

2 Name: Mr. 2 GET likes to 2 GET : 2022-04-15 10:11 ID:YjElWcCW

Howdy. No need to brag. Who's “they”?

3 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-04-26 13:41 ID:0TkQLMS9

>>2
depending on who you're talking to it could be:
the jews
there mom
there friend
there father
there Jewish father
god?
god want's 3dcg

4 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-04-30 11:42 ID:Heaven

*their
*God
*wants

5 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-04-30 17:08 ID:5cgvp8zo

>>4
DQN

6 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-05-02 16:48 ID:Heaven

>>3 simpleton

7 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-05-03 00:06 ID:Heaven

I think you could type a 6 in whatever font you like in AutoCAD or something then extrude it to the thickness you want then plug your PC into a 3D printer and print it

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Any good birdwatching websites? (4)

1 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-01-27 07:21 ID:wAgVWMYo

Hello. I apologise if this is misplaced, my first time on this forum. I like birdwatching and I was wondering if there were any sites that have tips for birdwatching and pictures. Thank you

2 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-01-28 07:06 ID:Heaven

I'm sure there is some info on various birds on wikipedia, and various channels about birds on youtube, plus many books on this subject. Or do you want something more specific?

I think birdwatching forum refers to forums that are very very slow, is this the joke you are going for?

3 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-01-28 13:38 ID:wAgVWMYo

Through surface searches I find a few good channels, but I ask here to see if there’s any more obscure ones people would recommend. Or just good ones in general,I didn’t mean for the birdwatching forum joke, but that is kind of funny haha.
Searching for the underground birdwatching tips, if that is a thing that exists

4 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-04-02 17:43 ID:FN6u7Rfl

I got my birdwatching badge at scouts, one thing I learned is that those guys can fly, so you've got to keep an eye on the sky as well on the ground and in the trees

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Looking for actual, intelligent and logical input on biomechanics (3)

1 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-30 04:03 ID:lLQ29IZW

Trying to understand walking animation, thru procedural system. Doesnt work well, since i seem to learn more visually than not. https://devforum.roblox.com/t/procedural-walking-cycle-animation/809116
https://scialert.net/fulltext/?doi=ajsr.2015.165.181

Is there a way for me to "generate" correct motion, other than 3d computers graphic, maybe mathemathically or visually, so that a gait is generally correct, realistic of sort, or just at least functional looking, with relevance to things like weight, speed, conditions, which changes the posture of the gait itself somehow??? ideally i only work with information like xyz coordinates but anything with proven image, or gifs, seems valid then.

Otherwise I cant find anything more, dynamic than mathemathics... so without it i d need to own a farm like disney and feed a bunch of cattle which, could be ideal, but then, maybe not either.

2 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-30 04:32 ID:7t6pebfq

warning: thread is not for lazy roto artist who have farms.

3 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-30 11:38 ID:Heaven

bro

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finding position and orientation of limbs in locomotion (8)

1 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 13:14 ID:FZ//32VA

I said how to calculate. not trace a fuckinh video.

2 Name: Mr. 2 GET likes to 2 GET : 2022-03-18 12:22 ID:Heaven

If you do an animation course, you're expected to have experience in life drawing, and sometimes they include a life drawing module. This is so you have a good understanding of how bodies move, so you can make realistic animations. Tbh mate it seems kinda stupid looking for mathematical formulae to work it out for you. Maybe have a look and see if there are any life drawing clubs in your town? There's a good one here in a bohemian bar where you can have a pint or six and draw some real titties, you can even tell them how you want them to pose

3 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-19 12:15 ID:0ikpEVxG

>>2 if animation is as easy as being good at drawing there is no need to invent animation tools

4 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-19 13:33 ID:Heaven

>>3 It's not so much about "being good at drawing" but understanding better how bodies are put together, how the muscles move in relation to each other and stuff so you can make more realistic animations without the need for "animation tools". You think Walt Disney, Hayao Miyazaki, Tex Avery, any of those masters, learned using animation tools? It sounds like you're asking how to be good but you don't want to know the basics.

Since usually it's not really realism you want in an animation, you're trying to express the character's feelings and emotions through their movement, if you have a good understanding of how bodies (humans or animals or anthropomorphic objects) are put together, you'll be able to exaggerate and accentuate the movements your character makes in a way that's expressive but also looks natural

>as easy as being good at drawing

It's quite handy! If you're the same guy that posted pics of sketches you did recently, you should draw for another few thousand hours before dismissing it so easily

5 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-30 04:01 ID:GkvToEIz

>>4 well you were the one who only suggested life drawing and dismiss mathemathics as stupid.

>bodies and muscle and put together.

clearly this is not the same topic but maybe you have hard time noticing it.

>using animation tools?

yes, they rotoed, i suppose. or actually use some brainy solutions i have not read, or you.

>Basics

i m not sure if mathemathics is not basic, given it is a discipline existing in just about many things.

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6 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-30 04:28 ID:jtVsNwIt

>>4 also this isnt some childsplay pornart business where you can get by just by drawing two pebbles side by side, so unless you are really really talented, or just a plain cheat, making realistic motion is, an actual, thought out mechanical process that require real mechanical solutions, which can only be done with real studying and not just, swinging your pencil around some naked woman, sir.

7 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-30 04:30 ID:sZ2EIgrg

>>4 otherwise we wont have all these retarded pebble animation and some lazy oh-so-wise advice you write everyday on your diary because it's easier than an actual, legitimate linear interpolation function with factual basis to be questioned about, but i guess you just like reading your own words too.

8 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-30 11:40 ID:Heaven

frosted butts

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Guitar and Bass questions (19)

1 Name: Sen : 2007-08-30 20:08 ID:2qZ+F/Wt

Hey ya'll.
I've been playing guitar for about two years, but I am not very skilled at all. I need some fairly easy, but good sounding songs to learn.

And how much would a bass guitar cost? Would I need a seperate amp just for it? I have a good amp for my Electric.

10 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-04-18 06:44 ID:KUpT4Hc2

Don't use an electric bass on a guitar amp. My advice is don't think it won't happen because it will. You'll ruin it.

11 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-05-06 20:54 ID:NaQKF/L2

You can use a electric bass on a guitar amp. just don't use it too loud, because THAT is what fucks up the amp. using your guitar amp for gigs and such is completly out of the question.

12 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-05-27 15:01 ID:XnQeCV5+

If you're buying a bass to begin learning how to play, I guess you could slightly wreck your guitar amp trying to find out whether you want to play it or not. After a few weeks, if you find that you like playing bass, I suggest that you invest in a bass amp. It's the frequency of the sound of the bass that ruins a guitar amp; volume affects this but is not the only factor. Just because you turn down the volume does not guarantee that the guitar amp will not be destroyed.

Incidentally, in buying a bass, I recommend a 4-sting passive, preferably secondhand as you are not yet sure whether you will pursue this hobby.

And for the record, learning how to play the bass is quite different from the guitar. The strings are thicker, the techniques (slapping, popping, tapping, etc.) are different, and plucking is different as well (and is not a very common technique).

13 Name: PK : 2008-05-29 03:13 ID:bDRipjeP

The best way I've improved was by listening to many different styles of music. For 4 years, I've played nothing but punk and some mainstream rock bands, and I had never really gotten better. It wasn't until I started listening to and playing blues, classic rock, and heavy metal that I got better, quicker.

Although learning these songs may help improve your technique, looking into learning scales, chords, and basic music theory is very important. Out of these, I'm most knowledgeable on learning scales (my failure as a rhythm player is due to my lack of knowledge on more complex chords and most music theory). Start with the minor pentatonic scale (http://www.jamcenter.com/minorpentatonic.html). There are a number of sites that provide lessons on becoming more familiar with this scale (http://www.worldguitar.com/warmup2.html). Once you know the scale through the fretboard (not necessarily mastered), you can start learning to improvise. This takes a lot of time and practice. The best way I learned to do this was by listening to a lot of blues musicians (I listened to a lot of B.B. King, Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan) and learning guitar licks. I use these licks in my playing, but I eventually learned to create my own which would eventually shape my own style of playing. These things will sort of come naturally to you once you get started on it. Also, don't be afraid to jam with other guitar players. I learned a lot from a man who I met and jammed with at Guitar Center. He was one of my main inspirations for playing the blues.

Explore the Jam Center website. It has a lot of free lessons that you can use.

14 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2008-06-09 01:25 ID:ze3Kqba4

If you decide to learn bass, get ready for lots of painful blisters on your fingertips if you get serious. They hurt like crazy, but they're the fastest way to get calluses, which make your fingers more resistant to blisters and pain.

15 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2013-08-21 21:27 ID:Y++/nECj

16 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2013-08-22 19:10 ID:Y++/nECj

17 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-03-30 10:11 ID:HcVCIX2+

Playing GOLDEN WIND

18 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-04-22 02:54 ID:cMINAvdV

>>16
What?

19 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-18 12:38 ID:0xg16k+Q

If you can play a bit of guitar already, bass is really easy! Also, guitar amps aren't designed to handle the bass guitar's lower frequencies, don't risk it!

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Looking for some wild, non conformist method to animate (8)

1 Name: ilikeitwhenyouscreampractice : 2022-03-04 06:40 ID:QbqhHzvF

Basically the key is to pace the right position and orientation for an animation to loop in a: balance, b: natural/weighted

the idea is simple enough, if the position and orientations are right,so will the animation. Including the balance and natural ways limb move in turn, the values of these position must also include the required offset that makes the motion move in correct pattern.

Anything is welcome. Math physics, or some funky non logical ways to define the correct image.

Ready and Go.

2 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 07:32 ID:Heaven

keep it in one thread, nigger

3 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 07:55 ID:QbqhHzvF

>>2 oh boy, you are the joke to your allah for his heaven boy. it was very funny to leave you to anubis or whatsoever chimpgod for a few fifty percent of your life of somethin.

not less, since you wont "learn"and that s no fun.

4 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 08:18 ID:QbqhHzvF

>>2 also i had the warranty to put the apple to you becauss only smart intelligent boys and girls go to heaven.

A "test", as he said. but you were so miserable i just wanna pull you out but really it is better for me to enslave you per his instruction. also the children to come. Nothing personal kid, he also made the dog-munist who always go to heaven like most animals. You are a little bit prettier to step and squeeze and also worthlessly retarded.

5 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 08:20 ID:QbqhHzvF

>>2 so dont complaint much now, you dont really get that special package to go to heaven unlike we animals.

6 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 08:23 ID:QbqhHzvF

and just like the cat mothers
what do you care after all the wars and conflict, but to fatten yourself.

Only a different monkeys, licking own balls.

7 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-17 08:37 ID:Heaven

keep it in one post, nigger

8 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-18 12:17 ID:Heaven

XD this one's my favourite

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Why should i listen to you when (3)

1 Name: ilikeitwhenyouscreampractice : 2022-03-04 07:01 ID:9ydku+fV

You cant even put down simple numbers and model to suport your knowledge? Maybe you know nothing at all lol. Just parotting whatever you read on the internet and tracing from your pirated animation while replaying it again and again saying "good job you are special". Or perhaps hiring your mum to do your work since you cant even memorize a short 100 letter concept of what the fuck you are doing?

2 Name: ilikeitwhenyouscreampractice : 2022-03-04 07:03 ID:zlhujzcH

emphasize on "simple". easy but you cant.

3 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-18 12:30 ID:Heaven

XD Who are you angry at ITT?

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Neeed to knowww about animationnn (14)

1 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-03 14:10 ID:coaFku3s

i wanna know how to mathemathically calculate positions in animation!
two things to make : balance, weight/naturality
and it all falls down to a. position b. orientation

so i just simply need a way to calculate the exact values of these, somehow how do i do that?

5 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-03 17:43 ID:Heaven

You can also:
1) Do motion capture
2) Film a video and trace it
3) Hand animate everything, and just fix everything that doesn't look natural until it does.

Are you interested in 2d or 3d animation?

6 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 00:42 ID:coaFku3s

>>5 2d or 3d seems to follow the same set of realism...

7 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 01:03 ID:Heaven

Sorry, what I meant, are you interested in pen and pencil animation or 3D CGI animation? First kind is probably dead by this point, jews often jew out of that in favor of cheaper 3d one. Japs still do something akin to traditional animation, but it slowly and steadily goes to shit even there.

8 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 01:25 ID:coaFku3s

>>7 as i said, i am not biased. 2d is more convenient for learning now and i practically memorized everything about rigging and animation shortcuts, so other than MEL, i have no issue either.

the topic in question is more about the physics and the exact specific values needed to place the limbs so things look "natural" enough, but i cant seem to think of anything but simple angular mathemathics...

9 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 01:34 ID:Heaven

What's MEL?

10 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 02:55 ID:5AN31Hwr

>>9 the programming stuff in maya. it's python like but i guess it is useless if you dont know how or what math for it to run... which is the reason why i am here now. doing basics.

11 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 03:29 ID:Heaven

I see. I'm more of a blender3d guy, I know nothing about Maya.

Are you making a videogame or a video? Or maybe just a gif? Do you want to make animation your career, or are you just wasting yours and everyone's time?

https://www.gamedesigning.org/animation/books/

I've read only "The Animators Survival Kit" out of those. It felt a bit wasteful, lots of barely useful talk and just a few actually useful advices, like "make mass constant between frames". Also it is too old fashioned, it talks about like 1960's western animation. You need to make a video about animation, not a book.

Interesting thing I learned from watching "Puss in boots" by toei animation ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wonderful_World_of_Puss_'n_Boots , I'm not sure why english title is so retarded, japanese title is just "Nagagutsu wo haitta neko", literally "Puss in boots"), is that picking a good character design is very important for making animators' lives less painful. Literally everyone's head there is a circle, they are mostly made of ovals, yet it doesn't jump into your eyes that much. Western cartoons also have simplified character designs, but those are just abhorrent monstrosities most of the time, going full jew to save money. The x-men cartoon is good, everyone looks human, cartoons with talking animals are eh, can't stomach those anymore, but some go below that.

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12 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 05:08 ID:5AN31Hwr

>>11 Whatever i wanna fucking do is up to me and not yours. i suggest you to not waste my time too with your sly commentary.

I also dont care about animation job, i do this for fun but fun itself needs some sort of general standard, and for that i'd suggest anybody to take this matter as seriously if not technical and calculated approach.

>character design

i have that taken care of, and being a hobby i have no production demands on me so we dont need to expand on that, but however animation and physicality seems to rely on some sort of realism a mere reference video does not always provide if not followed by a detailed study and guide; only an experienced hand can make use of raw references or maybe create new, reliable content purely from imagination.

I wouldnt call myself a professional, but i know enough when a material is not feasible, and we can always compare results, your results, and call it a day. So please, make this discussion profound and short, by any means, if you have no time but yours to waste.

13 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 05:29 ID:Heaven

Allright. I thought a little warning before you go and waste a few years of your life is necessary.

Care to post a few of your works? I'm curious about your powerlevel right now.

14 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-04 05:45 ID:5AN31Hwr

>>13 Maybe. What are you looking for? I can post you some new stuff right away in some anonymous file storage. Nothing animated, until you can set up the important details so we can have a sound discussion and then better content.

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Easy, Simple Yet Useful Recipees [n00bs] (36)

1 Name: Alexander!DxY0NCwFJg : 2006-06-08 15:25 ID:QwnnJsgU This thread was merged from the former /food/ board. You can view the archive here

ITT simple recipees! Try to keep everything as simple and non-regional as possible. All manner of clarifications and explanations are welcome.

27 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2015-10-06 15:42 ID:5Pos2q3C

ok pancakes (crepes) are ez as to make and the mixture can keep in the fridge for a few days too so it's great if you're lazy/depressed :D :3

get a mixing bowl and put in 2 eggs, maybe 100/150g normal flour, and some milk. Mix it up. Add milk to help mix up, and flour to thicken. It should be quite runny, but it can also be a little viscous, try out different thicknesses and see what you like. Then once you've made this mix get the flattest pan you have and put a little cooking oil in it, mix it round on high heat, then pour in the mix so it covers the whole base. Think crepe, think thin. Let it cook for a minute, using a knife or spatula around the circumference to get ready to flip it over. Then flip it, cook for another ~1 min, and put on your place. Add nutella or lemon and sugar or other sauces and eat. It's taste.

Ok now i'm going to go buy milk that's the reason I made this post V(^_^))

28 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2021-01-06 18:58 ID:WrT2Sc0g

Caramel pudding/custard, serves 4-6. Probably the simplest (but not easiest) recipe I know.

  1. Place a rimmed sheet pan (or brownie pan) large enough to fit your bread pan filled about halfway with water in the middle of your oven, and preheat it to 150°C (300°F)
  2. Heat 125g (¼ lb) of sugar in a small non-stick pan and keep stirring until it melts and reaches a golden-brown color. Pour the caramel into the bread pan and swirl it around a little so it coats the bottom evenly.

    • It's a good idea to let the bread pan preheat in the oven as well, to avoid the caramel cracking when you pour it in.
  3. Mix 4-5 eggs, 6dl (~2½ cups) whole milk and 2 tablespoons of sugar until the mixture is smooth but not thickened or foamy. Pour it through a mesh strainer into the bread pan, place it into the water bath and bake for 45 minutes.
  4. Let the pudding cool off for at least one hour in the refrigerator. Turn it over onto an appropriate plate and serve with whipped cream.
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29 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2021-02-11 12:53 ID:il2K5jmK

Nagoya(ish) style okonomiyaki:

>0.5 cup flour
>3/8 cup dashi
>1/8 cup mirin

Mix to make dough.

>120g cabbage, somewhat thinly sliced
>0.5 spring onion, thinly cut

Mix together.

>3 tbsp ketchup
>1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
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30 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-14 22:52 ID:YDueGEef

this one's a car camping campfire recipe. full of meat and yet none of the basic ingredients require refrigeration-- no ice chest! the tough part is sourcing the machacado but you can get it online. machacado is basically finely shredded mexican beef jerky. it contains a shit amount of salt so there's no other salt (or spices) necessary to add.

recipe is tolerant of ingredient subs when it comes to the vegetables, just make sure to add water if there's not enough liquid.

can be used for tacos or for dipping tortilla chips.

machaca

ingredients:
1/4lb machacado (carne seca de res)
3 roma tomatoes, rough chopped

mirepoix:

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31 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-15 13:32 ID:wjTpXee5

Dumpster Donuts

Yes, you read that right. You're going to liberate the perfectly good donuts they throw away everyday at stores that sell them.
Or, if you aren’t going to be able to stomach the idea of eating something out of the trash, pick them up when they’re marked down for being a day or two old.
However, if you do this there is danger that you'll be marked by the employees from next time on; it's a double-edged sword.
I can't recommend it to amateurs.
Either way, these donuts are still fine — probably just a little stale.

Here’s where the trick comes in: Use the broiler.
The what? The broiler. It’s a feature of your oven, and here you’re gonna learn how to use it.
Normally your oven attempts to heat evenly throughout the inside, but putting it in broiler mode turns on an element at the top that radiates a ridiculous amount of heat down at whatever is directly below it.
You use it for making things crisp at the top or around the edges, the final touch.
It’s the step that makes the chicken skin crispy, the cheese melted and bubbly, the lightly singed edges of a salmon steak...
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32 Name: VIPPER : 2021-11-17 21:19 ID:JbEIiv9e

How to make (20-ish) VIP QUALITY crêpes

You will need:

  • 375 g (1-2/3 cups) of flour (plain flour, not all-purpose)
  • 75(f ml (25 fl oz) of milk
  • 75 g (2-2/3 oz) of butter
  • 60 g (4 tbsp) of sugar
  • 15 g (1 tbsp) of dark rum

Melt the butter (don’t heat it too much, or the fatty part will separate). Put the molten butter, sugar, milk and eggs inside a large bowl, and mix the ingredients. Slowly, add the flour, mixing every few seconds (you should use a mixer for this). When you have added all the flour, keep mixing for a few minutes, until there are no flour globs left. Let it rest for half an hour.

Take a pan with a diameter of approximately 23 cm (9 in); heat it, then spread some butter over its whole surface.

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33 Name: FUCK : 2021-11-17 21:22 ID:Heaven

>>32

750 ml (25 fl oz) of milk*

you will also require 6 eggs

34 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-22 22:31 ID:Heaven

>>29 yanki go home

35 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-02-13 04:45 ID:PN/oobPh

I like to make Kraft-style mac n cheese at home with my own resources. It comes out much better than Kraft, Annie's, etc. imo, and you can control my serving sizes much easier than with boxed mac n cheese. I use red lentil rotini (any pasta is fine but red lentil pasta's delicious, try it), dried cheddar cheese powder (I use whatever I can get on Amazon with government gibs, usually - Hoosier Hill is good, Anthony's is bland but not bad), salt and protein powder.

Cook 1 serving of your preferred pasta. While it's cooking, mix about 14~15g of cheese powder with an equal weight of protein powder (you will need a scale.) 1 or 2 grams of table salt depending on your taste. Add a little bit of filtered water and stir it up into a paste - a little water goes a long way, but I've never bothered to measure how much I use. If the mixture's thick but well-mixed, that's about what you should aim for, but if it's a little thin it won't hurt anything.

Once the pasta's done, drain it, turn off your stove, return pasta to pot and stir in the cheese sauce. Be careful about applying further heat to it, because heat can ruin the protein powder.

Another easy recipe I love making is carnitas. If you have a slow cooker, just take a fatty piece of pork, rub it down with your choice of seasonings, and throw that shit in the slow cooker for 8-12 hours depending on the weight of the pork. If you take it out when it's shreddable, it's almost impossible to screw up. After that just shred the pork and broil it until it's crispy enough for your liking. I like to make tacos with guacamole, lime juice, sour cream and green onions.

36 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2022-03-03 17:45 ID:Heaven

Recipes without photos of result feel so wasteful.

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8 Steps To Becoming A Weaboo (11)

1 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2011-08-24 00:52 ID:DxCpqidw

Hello. My name is Jonathan Rail. I have a website at http://johnrealgamer.com/ Anyway, in all my years, I have seen a resurgence in Japanophilia, and many don't know where to start. I have compiled 8 items that will help YOU become a social reject.

  1. Addu the letter u to the endu of random wordsu.
  2. Use ランダムな Japanese adjectives in the middle of sentences, because people will know what you're talking about. It's just so kawaii!
  3. DESU DESU DESU
  4. Use your mother's heart medication to get poorly made costumes for cosplaying.
  5. Eat with chopsticks.
  6. Reprace arr instances of l with r.
  7. Claim to be a Tru™ otaku, without knowing what an otaku really is.
  8. Correct ANYONE who mispronounces Japanese words, even though they usually mispronounce anime.

Check out my webpage if you enjoyed this! Happy Japanesing!

2 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2011-08-29 16:11 ID:veIGkaAF

I hope you walk off a cliff.

3 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2011-08-29 16:14 ID:veIGkaAF

No, you know what, just go do it already. Hike up a sizable gradation, find its terminal edge and walk straight off it.

4 Name: pec : 2011-09-06 06:53 ID:NOD1QEg7

日本語

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6 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-22 19:38 ID:Pm/hGERj

Good thread. Bumping for interest.

7 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-22 20:04 ID:Heaven

day sue.

8 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-22 20:22 ID:Heaven

Eating with chopsticks is pretty neat. Hm, actually it wastes wood for no reason. Eh, most people waste food for no good reason.

9 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-22 22:29 ID:Heaven

this thread is bad and you should feel bad.

10 Name: Anonymous Hobbyist : 2021-11-22 23:19 ID:Heaven

>>9
s-sugoiiiiiii... (^^)V

11 Name: Jonathan Rail in 2021 : 2021-12-06 05:34 ID:KG5dvIIY

Hello. My name is Jonathan Rail. I have a website at http://johnrealgamer.com/ Anyway, in all my years I have seen a resurgence in Japanophilia and many don't know where to start. I have compiled 8 items that will help YOU become a social reject.

1. Use an anime profile picture on every internet account you have access to.
2. Change your internet account names to something Japanese-like. If you don't feel like copying random Japenese text, simply add -kun to the end of your name.
3. Keep a text file on you at all times containing kawaii emoticons. If you lose your text file you can always resort to simple emoticons like uwu.
4. Always periodically say uwu and other related kawaii sentences on your internet accounts. Do this even if you interrupt someone.
5. Make yourself only interested to Japanese women. If you are gay (you probably are) then only be interested in Japanese men.
6. Start purchasing random crap from Japan. Be sure to have more items from Japan than your own country where you reside.
7. Always praise and worship anything Japanese. If you think your peers (if you have any to begin with) have forgotten about how good Japan was, be sure to remind them again!
8. Always replace more activities with the Japanese alternatives. If you liked watching tv or movies, then only watch Japanese produced tv or movies.
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