5/9/09

Robocop

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18 comments:

Anonymous said...

FYI, the talented producer of this picture informed me that this was done with Microsoft Paint, not Photoshop.

Johnny said...

Somewhere in Taiwan, Brother T is rejoicing over this moment

Anonymous said...

Never mind my previous comment about Microsoft Paint. It turns out this one was done with Photoshop, but there was another image that was done in Paint (but still looks really good).

Chris Park (from Taiwan) said...

Confirmed with brother T in Taiwan that it was in fact made on MS Paint 5 years ago.... =D Joe... you're awesome

Justin Kong said...

i have nightmares about robojoe beating me with hagendaaz bars.

Jacks Lao said...

Thank you Brother T! This is my favorite picture for Joebo-Cop!

Danny Sung Chun Kim said...

This is Wayyyyyy to cooool~~~!

Conrad Chu said...

This is why I no longer teach photoshop MYT.

Sigh...

sean said...

Thanks for the picture!

Allen Chen said...

That's awesome... what is that other image that was done in Paint? Is it as good as this one?

Anonymous said...

Brother T, please come back and teach Microsoft Paint MYT to those of us who don't have the money to buy Photoshop.

B said...

wait, this isn't a real photo?

Joyce said...

*Sigh* indeed.

What happened to: "With great power, comes great responsibility?"

K Ding said...

haha...this cracks me up

carmen hsu said...

I did not teach my students that. This is MS Paint.

KevinJHan said...

Jasper, you've got to submit your Terminator picture of JohnCai...!

maurice said...

Thanks for bringing that up, Joyce. I hope that the brother T who made this Photochop is not someone who took the formal oath from that great icon of American ethics, the movie "Spiderman" ("With great power comes great responsibility") in an MYT class.

Since it was M$ Paint, probably not. However, interesting idea to have MS Paint MYT! Perhaps we can do a GImP MYT too (Gnu Image Processor - free, but it's a little underpowered).

Peter Won said...

This makes my day.