>How comfy are you?
it's a nice sunday afternoon out there, with birds chirping and such. I just took a nice shower and right now I'm just chilling. pretty comfy
>How do you get comfy?
I make myself some tea and sit on a couch and read a good book
>What gives you automatic comfort?
itamae what?its cool that you have an underlining feature but we use apostrophes in regular speech too
Love this WebM. Where is the audio from?
A Korean Drama called, My Lovely Girl.
Music source anon
I beg you
Hmm, that didn't loop so well for me. Maybe it's because I don't watch webms in-browser. But it was such a good song that I thought I'd try and make another one. Voilà.>>397
Hell yeah. Comfy to the max.
I'm in a certain comfy mood that can happen from time to time.
I get what the Germans call ''Sehnsucht'', a deep but somewhat vague desire for someone or somewhere not in reach. I think about the old, pre-WWII Europe. When everyone had clear national and regional identities. When Germany was 300 cosy little states. When most of the population lived a simple life. When real tranquility, away from any disturbance, was available to everyone who strayed a few miles out of their town. When things weren't connected like they are now.
I'm watching Sora no Woto, set in Helvetia, or olden Switzerland, which triggered this feeling. But I also get the same thing when listening to the 'Chants d'Auvergne' by Joseph Canteloube (I'm listening to Elysium's recording), which is a collection of beautiful songs based on folk music from the Auvergne region of France. It's in the local language, Occitan, and its beauty and backstory just give me the greatest sensation of pride and love for one's province, something which is vastly disappearing.
So yes, I am comfy and I hope I have clearly explained why.
Webm related; the most beautiful song on the album: Bailèro.
>>276>How comfy are you?
Pretty comfy. I'm just lying here in bed browsing this place for the first time (thanks to the lain Sushi Rolls who suggested this place)while drinking some chai tea. Plus it's morning and I love mornings (provided I got enough sleep the night before obviously). I've never been big into anime but I like Japanese culture and was always really fond of /a/ and /jp/ on 4/8/7chan. Now that I have this place I might watch some more anime.>How do you get comfy?
Go to bed early and wake up around 6am, some warm tea with milk and honey, listen to music like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXOZumQl4Ss
then browse lesser known/slower chans.>What gives you automatic comfort?
Morning time, warm tea, comfortable vidya (Zelda, etc), reading (provided the book isn't depressing like 1984 or something), getting cozy in bed on a cold day (sadly I don't have many cold days anymore since I live in Texas now).
More instant loopable comfiness.
The Library of Congress has some very comfy collections.
The image in the webm to the left is a photo of a wooden house in Russia in 1910, taken by William Craft Brumfield.http://www.loc.gov/item/bru2004000133/
>>544>ffmpeg and gimp
Nice. Did you make a gif in gimp or did you use another program to make the video?
I generated the mandelbrot in ffmpeg, separately:
$ ffmpeg -lavfi mandelbrot -b:v 800k -to 21 images/webm/mandelbrot.webm
Then I resized a picture of Lain (<3) in GIMP to 640x480 amd made it semi-transparent. Then I overlayed Lain on the mandelbrot with '-filter overlay=eof_action=repeat' in ffmpeg. And then I added the music, again with ffmpeg.>>547
I haven't listened to all of it, but the first song's good!
Make that -filter_complex overlay=eof_action=repeat instead.
that is looped very nicely
>How comfy are you?
Getting pretty comfy. It's been snowing a lot and I love it. Got some green tea and I'm waiting for it to steep. Also, just cleared my cluttered tabs.
If only I could get my thermostat to stop frying me I'd be as comfy as physically possible. I just remembered this place and I'm glad to see it's not dead.
>What gives you automatic comfort?
Drawing, tea, sauna, DOMS, late nights, sleep deprivation (there's a line though), nice threads like this, comfy choones, snow, nice art.
This one loops OK, not my best work though.
Song is: William Onyeabor - Fantastic Man
I found it through a documentary on him with the same title as this song. It's quite intriguing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiaRp0M2fxE
Holy kek, I remember back in highschool a friend found his stuff on one of those rare vinyl rip blogspots and our gang ended up playing his sincere, heartfelt, optimistic beats almost every day. We joked about starting an Onyeabor Appreciation Society, global membership: 4. He wasn't even on discogs.
Iirc he randomly got signed onto a re-release on David Byrne's label some years ago or something, suddenly getting public recognition. I wonder if Byrne was also out there lurking mutant-sounds or eggcityradio or whoever first uploaded it. I remember watching that doc when it got made. His diet and house is hilarious. What a fucking mad man. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lAjTbJ0zE0
Wow, it's still as good as ever. I'm really happy to see him out and around.
Back then, William Onyeabor and Leos Carax were both artists I had (only half jokingly) felt were really brilliant but completely mistreated by the world, unable to be delivered to the audience who would appreciate their work, and in turn, allow them to continue making the work they clearly love. I shared them to everyone who'd let me. And both eventually had their return, Carax getting to make Holy Motors after like 12 years locked out of the cinema industry.
I think I already posted this in the African music thread on /tunes/, but I actually found him while listening to BBC Radio 6 a few years ago. That station is weird and it plays all sorts of interesting stuff. In this case, they played 'When the Going is Smooth & Good' (yes, the full 13 minutes), which is a great song. That probably was due to the re-release you mention, actually. It's interesting to see a tru original™ fan, though.
>What a fucking mad man
That is precisely how I would describe him.
rare to see an onyeabor fan!
youuu look so good, FANTASTIC MAAAAN
Interesting how other people react to things. This song just fills me with sadness and despair.
The Firelink shrine is a place where traveling warriors gather as they contemplate the bleak journey ahead.
It's a little spot of refuge from the struggle and distress of life.
>>276>How comfy are you?
I always feel comfy on sushichan>How do you get comfy?
Bed and baggy clothes helps, warm beverage or coffee in the morning, most importantly jazz and a cigarette>What gives you automatic comfort?
The song I embeded is the comfiest song I know, ASMR is also always good
>how comfy are you?
at school, so not comfy at all.
>how do you get comfy?
usually in snow or rain I stay inside, turn the fireplace on, and play either PS3, PS2, or DC and read ebooks or alt comics like Judge Dredd. Optional but not necessary, hot cocca or hot tea.
In summer I turn air conditioning on, lie in front of a fan,sit on my computer and play PS4.
I feel comfy wearing sweats under a blanket laying on the floor (I sleep on a hammock but sometimes I have to sleep on the floor if it's too cold) under a comforter and listening to music through my earbuds of crappy songs I used to listen to when I was 13 with my guinea pig cuddled up next to me. I would go on the internet and talk to people on other chans or eat some stringy, sugar sprinkled sweets.
Or taking a bath at the best temperature that can be achieved but I hate how quickly the water gets cold.
Or being in a hot car with non-plastic/leather/pleather car seats. Those are the best.
There's so many ways to get comfortable. I also enjoy laying outside in the sun on this thick, aboriginal Australian rug with my guinea pig while he munches on some orange leaves and I listen to the humming and chirps of hummingbirds or whatever that passes by (squirrels, lizards sometimes) but unfortunately, morning doves come up and destroy all this by squawking for 50 minutes for WHATEVER reason. I hate morning doves so much. On a scale of 1 to ten, they're about a 0 because they're awful.
I also clean, or do some exercise.
This music is super comfy sushi roll, do you have a source on it?