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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2014
@01:07Wow, I'm so sorry for the delay!  The holidays threw me for a loop and I got super behind on dA!  Anyway, if you even remember me, let me answer your last comment: ;p

Yeah, I think I first heard the word "Steampunk" applied to that Treasure Planet movie, the re-imagining of Treasure Island.  I thought it was a cool idea!  It wasn't until later that I looked more deeply into Steampunk, and then found out about the other offshoots of it. :D

That's true!  Categories help us look further into what we like, but people go overboard with it a lot.  I've noticed that a lot of people like over-categorizing stuff so much probably because they want to take credit for naming/discovering an offshoot style.  That is, people want to create a new style for the sake of it, so they can feel cool about themselves. :XD: And yeah, that's totally true about music, too!  People get really uptight about what style or genre a band is, or whether it's considered "genuine".  People rip on Green Day all the time because it's not "real" punk.  I say who cares?  As long as people like their music, let them listen to it.  I listen to Green Day, and I don't care what category they are, or if they're genuine punk or not--I just like the way they sound! ;p

Oh, yeah, I'm very guilty of taking a long time to reply!  As you can see. :XD: I know a lot of artists get so many comments that they just can't answer them all, or it just takes forever.  For the longest time, I'd try to answer every comment, but lately I've had to let some go because they were too old.  I doubted anybody would even remember what we were talking about! ;p

Yeah, and I liked how Butterball had that little blade, right?  I thought he had some sort of weapon.  I haven't seen that movie in a long time!  Ha!  Yeah, I could see Pinhead's faces being used in Rage Comics!  That'd be funny.  I should make more cartoons like the Hellraiser one, but I'm just too short on time, unfortunately.  Hopefully one of these days! :D

No, I don't mind long conversations at all!  I just feel bad that it takes me so long to reply. ^___^


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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2011
@01:26Yeah, the newest Hellraisers are so terrible I think they actually qualify as comedies. :XD:
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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2009
@00:19Thank you! ^_^
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SmAoBnEaR Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
@00:16Mr.Hain Hain Hain Hain is very nice :D
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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2009
@01:05Thanks!
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A quick little cartoon under my "Close Enough Pictures" series--short spoofs on some of my favorite movies and video games. You'll have to be kinda familiar with the Hellraiser series to get the jokes. These are low-tech--only motion graphics, but they're not without their charm! Enjoy!
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Zehla Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013  Hobbyist
LOLOL I don't know if you intended this but Pinhead totally sounds like Zaph Brannigan from Futurama.

Which made me laugh so damn hard. 


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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013
Ha, ha!  I guess he does!  I actually had Stroker from Stroker & Hoop in mind when I did the voice. :XD:
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Zehla Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2013  Hobbyist
HAHAHA I totally hear it now that you mention that. 

Love the Chatterer. NYAHNYAHNYAH

Oh god you should dub over scenes from the movie lolol
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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013
Ha, ha!  That'd be classic.  Especially the Chatterer scenes. :XD:
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Zehla Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013  Hobbyist
I wouldn't be able to handle it, I love dub-overs lol, even on movies I adore. Or like an MST3k style commentary over the film, lol. I kinda do that myself with EVERYTHING I watch really, I should probably start recording it, haha. Had my boyfriend rolling in Hellraiser when Chatterer shoves his fingers in Kirsty's mouth for no reason, I was like "WHOA hey personal bubble man what are you even doing?!"

I wonder how many takes they had to do of that, since the actor couldn't see o.O. I hope poor Jennifer didn't get jabbed in the eyes or anything.
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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2013
Ha, ha!  Totally!  MST3K is classic!  Me and my brother are always commenting on movies as we watch them, too. :XD:

Ha!  That's right!  I didn't even think of that!  It must have been hard to act when you're totally blind. :XD: I bet he could hardly breathe under all that makeup, too!
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ForgettenForTheSlave Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2013
@01:07Loled at Chatterer's 'nyangnyangnyangnyang!' and Butterball eating hot dog
Actually the Rubik's cube jokes are played some times in of film reviews :D
I'm sure you know that but I want to say anyway,no intention to be picky because that's just mean to be funny,for the original female Cenobite(Nikoletta) she had a gash in her throat pulled with wires,the one with head parted like that is Angelique.

BTW,I love your Dieselpunk works and style,it's small world here in DeviantArt (have seen it in DieselpunkMachine group)
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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2013
@01:07Thank you!  I'm a huge fan of Dieselpunk!  I enjoy the group--gives me a chance to see lots of new stuff.  It's harder than I expected to find new Dieselpunk art online. ^___^

Ah, I figured somebody must have used the Rubik's Cube joke before, but I'd never seen it.  Dang. :XD:  Yeah, I just worked from memory on the Cenobites, so I'm not surprised I mixed her up! ;p Glad you liked it! :D
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ForgettenForTheSlave Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2013
@01:07Actually Dieselpunk art is a lot easier to find than Steampunk and can be seen more often in movies,commercials works and art.but It seems hard because many works are not labelled 'Dieselpunk',but it is or has the aesthetics of it .
Dieselpunk is really wide-genre for me,wide enough for people making it without knowing that word. XD

the animation itself looks sketchy and quick but sure it has its charm,I love when people made character that is supposed to be scary doing silly things.
Thank you for replying!,It's amazing when a person with that much pageviews replying comments as usual :D

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MurderousAutomaton Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013
@01:07Really?  I need to pay closer attention!  Although I do like my dieselpunk very exaggerated--I might not pick up on it if it's not bonkers. ;p I thought the Captain America movie and Suckerpunch (and even Pixar's UP) had a lot of dieselpunk, but that was in very obvious ways.  I know some comics have that style, too.  What are some of the other examples?

I guess it's just me, but steampunk seems to be everywhere!  I go to a lot of comic conventions, though, and steampunk definitely has a stronger presence there than dieselpunk.  There are steampunk conventions, too, which are a lot of fun!  It's becoming a very popular style for comics, too, and animation.  Even that Green Lantern cartoon show did a steampunk episode! :D

Ha, ha!  Yeah, I always go quick and crappy for the Close Enough Pictures stuff.  It helps make it sillier.  Have you seen the Silent Hill one?  Another example of scary stuff being dumb. :XD:

Of course!  I appreciate people commenting on my art, so the least I can do is reply.  Besides, if I didn't, I'd miss out on cool conversations! ^____^ 

NYAW NYAW NYAW NYAW!!! :XD:
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