Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Dan Lin for “Cleansing”:
I like the dragon/dog and the twisty trees! Since one of the tags says "thinking" and I'm tired, maybe that's why my dragon/dog isn't going anywhere. . can't wait to try again tomorrow when I get some sleep and can figure it out!
 Apr 10, 2013, 22:33 EDT
Gabrielle 
This is a cool-looking game! Is it a dragon? What's it's name?
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
This is going to get confusing for Dan. I had my friend Gabrielle check out "Cleansing" and forgot to log myself out before hand, therefore the confusion. Thank you. -Shoham
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Dan Lin for “Cleansing”:
Genius game, Dan! Very unique. I like the 8-bit quality to this one. How long does a game like this take to make?

Great to meet you today, Shoham
 Apr 10, 2013, 17:43 EDT
Dan Lin 
Thanks! The initial idea was around 48-hours as part of a game jam - but the actual game with polishing and fixing things up was about 3 months working on it on the side.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
wow! lots of work, and definitely worth it. I will be getting lots of value from it for a long time to come. Thank you. Also, my bands' music is available for use in future projects: http://www.feed-forward.net/a.5
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Brian Mikasa for “Nightmare Nights”:
I can't believe how long it's been since I've listened to your stuff. Some of the best new songwriting I have heard in a long. long time. Heart-warming yet eerie all at the same time.

Really has a lot of 1970s soul overtones, and you've gotta love all of the great harmonies as well. I wonder how many listeners are really picking up on the unique juxtaposition of the lyrics and music...
Thanks for sharing this,
Shoham
 Apr 09, 2013, 11:21 EDT


Hey man! I hadn't heard your stuff for a hot minute. Now I remember how good you are! Very unique sounds on this one, and somehow still very approachable.

I gotta love that syncopation and all of the intricacies of this track. Looking forward to what comes next!

Thanks again,
Shoham
 Apr 09, 2013, 11:16 EDT


Brooding tune. I dig it, man. Sounds like it could fit into a classic video game or something! Very retro.

Thank you,
Shoham
 Apr 09, 2013, 11:13 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to KiND for “KiND - Dah Dah Dunna Na”:
Fun tune, man. Very retro. What kind of software do you use to make this? I like the fadeout. Very classy.

Thanks!
-Shoham
 Apr 09, 2013, 11:10 EDT


Very silly one. How many of these are there in PO??
 Apr 07, 2013, 19:02 EDT
FloridaBill56 
There are three that I know of. I have not been able to find the 3rd one yet to get a picture. The artist made a decal that fits over a stop sign changing it from STOP to POOP. You need to look very close to see the overlay, they did a real good job on it.
I had to take a break from the stained glass hobby as my back has been causing me some issues. I will post a few pictures that I had previously shot awhile ago. The LINUX Penguin, a Rooster and the Cascadia Flag in a few days.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Sorry about your back! The Linux Penguin has been a mainstay during our hackathons-- the patron saint of FeedForward. Looking forward to checking out your other ones too. Thank you, Shoham
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JZC gave feedback to Stuart Blance for “5 Sisters of Kintail”:
this is fantastic!!
 Mar 27, 2013, 09:24 EDT
Stuart Blance 
Thank you this is one of my favourite locations and shots
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FloridaBill56 gave feedback to Stuart Blance for “Eilean Donan Castle”:
Great Shot! I tried to capture reflective shots like that,but have not been as successful. You have inspired me to keep on trying, thanks
 Apr 06, 2013, 17:56 EDT
Stuart Blance 
This was a 2 shot pano, for this I focused on reflection I think f19 on tripod I have lots more similar shots at www.scottishinspirations.com
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It's unanimous: murals are the tattoos of Generation Z™. New topic: We've come a long way. We've made it this far. But the question is: "What will we make next?"
 Apr 06, 2013, 21:08 EDT

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