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1 hour ago, yuzuangel said:

yep, this update had a few more changes than usual... we're trying to get it back to looking normal

But it's back!  Thank you for all your hard work.  It's bad enough to have such a prolonged Yuzu drought, but worse to have no updates at all.

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It's back! What a relief...:heartpound: Thanks admins!

 

 

Without the Planet, I do wild things:

 

If you like the art, please drop a like on my Twitter too... it's looking weirdly lonely for some reason ...

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2 hours ago, rockstaryuzu said:

It's back! What a relief...:heartpound: Thanks admins!

 

 

Without the Planet, I do wild things:

 

 

 

Wow, the details of the costum and the hands and how you got the leg muscles, sooooooo amazing😍.

Wish I could do something like this but I never got the hang on drawing or modeling people..........Fortunately, there are many talented people out there,

who create beautiful fan art that we can enjoy.:clapping-smiley:

 

PS:..........and great music choice😉

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4 hours ago, Faithyu said:

Wow, the details of the costum and the hands and how you got the leg muscles, sooooooo amazing😍.

Wish I could do something like this but I never got the hang on drawing or modeling people.

Thanks! Right now I'm thinking that I should have made and put more feathers on the top (I only did it for the light-coloured ones you can see on his costume), but I was working at such a small scale that just making them was a challenge. 

 

I took a figure drawing class several years ago and I would recommend that to anyone. Apart from being the most fun you can have locked in a room with a naked man and 20 grey-haired grannies (for some reason all the students were old ladies in their retirement years except me), it's actually a really great way to learn to see someone. You think of people differently after you've spent 20 minutes studying the minutest details of the angle their jaw makes with their chin and trying to reproduce it accurately on paper or with clay. You get a lot of insight into how they occupy space. And that makes it easier to draw or model them. 

 

It's a lot of fun and I could geek out about it for hours. :embSwan:

 

 

 

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WOW I just check the 4rum again and it's sooooooo pretty.

U guyz are awesome!!! Really love it :cheer:

 

3 hours ago, Veveco said:

 

THIS IS SOOOOO CUTE.

Like he wants to meet Yuzu not to see his OGM but to show his aww :embSwan:

 

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3 hours ago, barbara said:

Okay, this isn't technically Yuzu, but does anyone know why it's still being reported that Jun will be at Skate Canada?

https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1099129/chen-confirmed-for-skate-america

 

It's because Jun-hwan is assigned to Skate Canada.

 

Not sure how they went about assigning Grand Prix but both Jun-hwan (I believe in South Korea right now) and Katia Kurakova (in Poland) are assigned to Skate Canada. Whether that means they'll attempt to enter Canada or if they submitted their preference long before they knew Canada was going to keep the country closed until at least 10/31 is unknown. My guess is they were asked which Grand Prix they wanted, and expected to be able to enter Canada by the time the Grand Prix actually came around. If I were to place bets I think some skaters will end up withdrawing. I believe Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov were also assigned to Skate America and had intended to return to the US after competing at Russian Cup, but Vladimir caught corona virus and they're now planning to stay in Russia and are not doing Skate America any more. That news was known before the assignments came out last week so it could be with the ISU and it's infinite meetings to discuss the Grand Prix actually don't have the most up-to-date information on the skaters.

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29 minutes ago, kiches said:

 

It's because Jun-hwan is assigned to Skate Canada.

 

Not sure how they went about assigning Grand Prix but both Jun-hwan (I believe in South Korea right now) and Katia Kurakova (in Poland) are assigned to Skate Canada. Whether that means they'll attempt to enter Canada or if they submitted their preference long before they knew Canada was going to keep the country closed until at least 10/31 is unknown. My guess is they were asked which Grand Prix they wanted, and expected to be able to enter Canada by the time the Grand Prix actually came around. If I were to place bets I think some skaters will end up withdrawing. I believe Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov were also assigned to Skate America and had intended to return to the US after competing at Russian Cup, but Vladimir caught corona virus and they're now planning to stay in Russia and are not doing Skate America any more. That news was known before the assignments came out last week so it could be with the ISU and it's infinite meetings to discuss the Grand Prix actually don't have the most up-to-date information on the skaters.

Jun is in So Korea.  The latest from the ISU was suppose to be the latest.  It's been a known for a while that Jun couldn't come back (though I'd hoped, even if I can't go - I wanted him at TCC so he could train.) I had thought he was initially assigned to Cup of China...but it's been cancelled.

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35 minutes ago, barbara said:

Jun is in So Korea.  The latest from the ISU was suppose to be the latest.  It's been a known for a while that Jun couldn't come back (though I'd hoped, even if I can't go - I wanted him at TCC so he could train.) I had thought he was initially assigned to Cup of China...but it's been cancelled.

 

Yeah, at this point I don't have faith in the ISU to keep up to date with information. These assignments were expected to come out end of August, which is why I think Yuzu's withdrawal announcement came out around that time (I think JSF announced it the day before a lot of fans expected assignments to be announced since the ISU had a scheduled meeting the day after). I think back then a lot of people thought Canada may reopen their border in September, but it kept getting extended and now it's been set to end of October (and I think we may see another extension). There's only been one set of official published assignments so far and Skate Canada is the only competition Jun-Hwan's ever been assigned to. Cup of China isn't cancelled as far as I know, but GPF in Beijing is postponed/possibly cancelled.

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The forum looks so new 😳 It somehow makes me feel nostalgic, probably because its newness reminds me of the very first week of the Planet...


To those who find the forum glitchy, aren't you guys using an older theme? Because the same problem occurred to me, but it got solved when I switched to the default one. The forum looks fine with the default theme :tumblr_inline_mto5i4jHv61qid2nw:
Now we can read the embedded twitter more easily, and the activity tab on the personal page looks convenient 😊
Thanks, admins, for your hard works! :thanks:

 

I miss the edit button, though... We can make a correction or amendment by quoting our own post, but it would be convenient to be able to edit a post when you maintain a compilation thread, etc. Can we have them back?? :snonegai:

ETA: Oh yes! We can choose "edit" from the options button in the top right of our post! Thank you, admins, and @Figure_Frenzy

Now I can fix my grammatical and all the other kinds of errors :yes2: hahaha

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