Holy hell. I do not have basic idea how you all do this, but after seeing that, I realize it is much more difficult than I had imagined. I guess that I had presumed there was some button that is magic Lol, ...
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- Holy hell. I have no idea how you all do this, but after seeing that, I realize it is much more difficult than I had imagined. I guess that I had presumed there was some magic button...
- Lol, you'd be surprised. Mostly it's just a mix of patience and good music to pass the time, and other times (Like with the trees in the background of the branches), it's all about using the function of the layers and their different blend modes to your advantage, aswell as being able to gloss it all over because it's a large, collected entity.
- Why on earth would anyone downvote your response? I appreciate that you took the time to respond!
- There's 2 scenarios, vote fuzzing or someone downvoting me legitimately because they think I've done something wrong; Either way, I'm glad you're happy man, I can't in all good conscience leave someone unanswered. 🙂
- It was greatly appreciated, as was the work performed for the post, again, thank you.
- My pleasure entirely!
- Almost 20,000 Americans died there.
- Devastating really, when you put it in context of older battles. The Battle of Bunker Hill during the American Revolution was seen as an absolutely devastating blow to the British, yet they 'only' suffered a little over 1,000 casualties, 224 of those being fatalities. It's weird to think about that man, 100 times as many fatalities in the span of that battle.
- Well WW2 was shitty for a lot of people/all round. What has always struck me out about those 20,000 dead (and more injured and missing) is how they came to this foreign country, far away from home and everything they loved, fighting along in a war that didn't start in the US nor was aimed at the US... I just always find myself wishing that they would've just stayed home or something... (whenever I read about it)
- I don't wish that at all.
- America did the right thing by staying out of the conflict until they were simply pushed over the brink by Japan. I still like to imagine the 'what if's' of the war, especially if Japan hadn't unnecessarily intervened and mercilessly attacked America. Read more comments