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BHH - Vase de Noces by VenGethenian BHH - Vase de Noces by VenGethenian
I just don't want to think about this movie.
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Dlebedkin1993 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Ahahah! This little pig has the same expression as the man has... Does it mean anything?
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stevethepocket Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I just had to hunt this down after hearing you mention it in the Ken Park commentary. The shrunken-down version covered in shameless "share" buttons wouldn't have done it justice.
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HellishWerewolf Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
O-O theres FANART [link]
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner May 30, 2013
why... WHY do you do that to me?? D:

imma be in my blanketfort now
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kayanne21 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Wait. Did they actually kill those little pigs?
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derangedperson Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012
This was probably Kyle's best review yet--the bit with the Sesame Street martians was awesome, as was his thrashing of the director's Freudian Excuse (as TV Tropes would say) for the main character. I have Asperger's and my initial reaction at that bit was "OH FUCK YOU, THIERRY ZENO!"
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Sorantheman Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012
Well, thank you, Oan. Because of that video all I can think about when I hear "Pig Power In The House" is a shit-eating man porking some pork!
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BeckHop Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Professional Filmographer
You know, I love pork products, but even I have a soft spot for cute little piggies (I get through it by reminding myself that bacon, pork loin, etc. are made from pigs specifically raised for that purpose, and pet pigs are a completely different matter). So, yeah, I was naturally horrified when I saw this episode on Blip. :noes:

But I WAS looking forward to this title card when I first heard about it on the Ken Park commentary. Awwww wookit da cute widdle piggie! Wookit da cute widdle Kyle! *incoherent baby-talk babbling* :aww:
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012
Bacon is an element unto itself, much like carbon and uranium. Beyond that, I hate and fear pigs, and AT BEST I dislike pork products, at worst I literally can't even swallow them and the smell makes me nauseous (in the case of ham). And I like turkey bacon just as much, so really I wouldn't be too disappointed if I never had to see, eat, or any other way interact with a pig for the rest of my life. :P
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BeckHop Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Professional Filmographer
This fear of pigs...is it based on an unpleasant experience, like my fear of cockroaches, or has it just always been there, like my fear of E.T.? Or is it something you'd rather not talk about?
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012
A combination of things, I think. The reason I can't eat ham or pork is because I got food poisoning from ham as a kid. Pork tastes nothing like ham but I think the reason I just don't like it is because I was afraid to eat anything that came from a pig for a long time after that so maybe I just lost my taste for it?

The reason they scare me as LIVING meat has a lot to do with media. I've read Lord of the Flies too many times to count and I can't really remember any exposure to other pigs in fiction that wasn't really scary in some way. Even stuff as innocent as Charlotte's Web... the premise of the damn story is that humans want to carve up a little girl's pet and sell or eat his flesh. And then there's Animal Farm... where pigs become humans... and other historical and fictional accounts of human flesh being cooked and served as "long pig" which has additionally cemented an impression in my mind that ham and pork have the same taste and consistency as human flesh would have if prepared the same way. And of course the pigs in Hannibal... you know. And other stories. They eat people as readily as people eat them. The pigs who get the slop from Vegas casinos. There could be bodies in there. How do you know the pork you're eating didn't eat a person? HOW DO YOU KNOW???

I've seen pigs in real life a few times. When they were alive, they were dirty things eating garbage, they have faces that just creep me out, and the noises they make are either just-gross-enough-to-be-annoying or ear-splittingly horrible. The time we were supposed to dissect pigs in 10th grade, I was partnered with my best friend at the time who was very squeamish. I had done other dissections just fine -- even had so much fun with them that I creeped my classmates out -- but those other dissections didn't have heads. My friend and I, alone of all the groups in our class, looked at that dead pig thing lying there and both bolted from the room -- she went to the bathroom to puke for a bit and I went to the library to hide from it. And ON TOP OF THAT I *have* seen pigs butchered in one of my archaeology classes in college. Every single step of the bloody process I watched and witnessed and for some reason -- either age or distance -- I was okay with it. But it was still a long, hot, labor-intensive, bloody, gory process.

So, long story short, I have no experiences with pigs, fictional or real, that is not marked by impressions or memories or associations with violence, gore, death, sickness, cannibalism, feral children, murderous intentions, and demonic possession.

I literally have not one single positive association with the entire fucking species except for bacon.
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BeckHop Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Professional Filmographer
That's...actually a pretty fascinating explanation.
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WarriorNun Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This...can't be good.
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LadyZimaMythos Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Student General Artist
Oh yeah...you watch all of Kyle's review fodder material with him, don't you? Oh God...I can't even imagine what's in store this week. :fear:
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
I did not watch THIS with him. Because AW HELL NO.
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LadyZimaMythos Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Student General Artist
Oh...I see. Well, I just watched the review and I can completely understand why... Some things just cannot be unseen, which is why I'm thankful for many of the silly censor bars he utilizes...but still, poor thing. :iconsympathyplz:
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012
Just having to google screenshots for the background of this one was enough.

It doesn't help that I kind of have a phobia of pigs. I think they are creepy horror-demons put on this earth to facilitate every wrong thing in the darkest parts of mankind's collective soul. They do this as a way of making us pay for bacon. In nightmares and children's tears.
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LadyZimaMythos Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Student General Artist
I don't doubt that. I really, REALLY don't doubt that. :fear:

Yeah? I'm guessing "Lord of the Flies" didn't sit too well with you, then. Oh my...I'm not that fond of pigs and I don't eat pork for religious reasons, so I can sorta see why you would feel that way. Fuck...the amount of brain bleach this film has triggered the need for. :X
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Inudono19 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
No. No. No. No no. No. Please God. No.
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BrettSmith1106 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Do I even want to know what happens with that pig?
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
No.

You do not.
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BrettSmith1106 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I already saw the video I am now huddled in a fetal position in the corner
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deathchrist2000 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Student Writer
Will there ever be a Brows Held High/Atop The Fourth Wall on say The Mystery Play?
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deathchrist2000 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Student Writer
Or something of that nature/by that person?
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
I know of nothing currently being planned as far as doing a crossover with Lewis or reviewing that movie. I'll suggest it though, and see if they like the idea.
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joe94 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
Dearie me, Kyle gets stuck with some of the most pretentious, unpleasant films of all time... how on Earth do you keep sane, Ven?

And very good work on that title card, that piglet is adorable!
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
I stay sane by actually liking a lot of the ones that aren't soul-rapingly awful. ;)

Thank you!
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joe94 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012
Ah, I see.

And no problem.
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kayanne21 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah. The questions this film gives us. What is right when there's no-one left to judge you......
Hopefully most people said "Not this anyway" XD

My god this one is messed up. And I take offence to that autistic line. XD
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cbot1 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
won't.. somebody think of the... pigglets?
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012
I try not to.

Those screenshots can never be unseen.
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ZazieCurie Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
...This movie...

Also, those are the most cute/heartbreaking faces I ever seen.
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NinjaHeart Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012
I'd make a "squeal like a pig" joke, but I think my soul would die.
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Nickel-Pickle Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012
Not sure which face is more heartbreaking; Kyle's or the piggy's. :/

Anyways, good work as usual. Did you do something a bit different with the coloring? It looks good still, but different from some of your other work. Its not a criticism, just curious.
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012
Possibly. I recently got a Cintiq tablet... the kind with a screen you draw directly onto. Its backlight is different than my laptop's in a way I've never QUITE managed to figure out how to compensate for, despite the ability to do very specific minute tweaking on the tablet display's color balances and contrast... it's just so much dimmer it's hard to accurately judge whether the colors I'm using are bright enough or contrast enough.

The same is true with my laptop, though, in the opposite way -- the screen is so BRIGHT, my art often ends up looking dark and heavily shadowed when I look at it on other screens.

I've been using the tablet for a very short time. I'm still learning how to compensate for the displays on both machines. Also, having a tablet with a display screen allows me to do much more detailed work which I may ALSO have to learn to compensate for since the more subtle shading doesn't show up as well when it's shrunk down.

ART IS HARD, MAN. :P
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Nickel-Pickle Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
Tell me about it. I don't have a tablet, so the few times that I scan and post art, I feel I should include a note in description saying "It looks good in person, I swear!" XP

I am sure you will get the hang of it and your art will continue to grow more awesome.
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VenGethenian Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012
>> I feel I should include a note in description saying "It looks good in person, I swear!"


Half of my hand-done art DOES have that note in the description, even with a scanner. Because my scanner hates joy, productivity, and the lime green-pale orange spectrum. And it's just straight-up baffled by my incorporating glitter into paintings, either using glue or just painting with nail polish. It does not care for that AT ALL.
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