When you see what he left behind, which are essentially the responses from the masses, I find it so moving. His art, and what made him special, that's what won out.
Sure you can go back and forth all day around the legal case and the morality and all of the turmoil around that, but at the end of the day, if a person puts on Bob's show and watches him do his thing, everything else melts away. Why does he remain such a part of the zeitgeist nearly 30 years after The Joy of Painting ended? Bob has this thing that a lot of icons have, which is some quality that allows us to transpose whatever we need onto them.
They can be whatever we need them to be. I spoke to people who had really wildly different stories about what Bob meant to them. I spoke to one person whose parents were going through a divorce and home life was rough—they were a teenager at the time—and when they would come home from school they'd put on Bob Ross, and for those 30 minutes they were not worried about the fighting in the house and all of that pain.
I spoke to another person who said they and their friends would get together after school, smoke some weed, eat some chips, turn on Bob Ross, and just veg.
Bob could be whatever you need him to be, and the common denominator is that you will feel better, you can unplug from angst and whatever challenges you are in the midst of. Maybe not completely, but to some degree. He provides a reprieve that is so specific and so unique that it seems to transcend so much. The documentary ends on a moment that celebrates Bob Ross's enduring positive impact on the world. I'm curious about your decision to end on that note. It goes back to what I was saying about how Bob's magic seems to transcend all.
Look at how people continue to respond to Bob Ross with such love and affection. What made him special really is what rules the day at the end of this story. My real hope with the documentary is that people will view Bob in a much deeper way. In a way that is really infused with a ton of emotion and empathy. He's more than the 30 minutes on the show and more than a meme, he was a deep-feeling person who experienced a lot of tragedy and hardship in his life, but also a lot of magic.
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Commence game jam! Commence Mojam! Minecraft studio Mojang, a group of indie studios, and the folks behind the Humble Bundle have teamed up for Mojam 2, a hour game jam that starts right now.
Watch along via TwitchTV and be prepared to pay what you want for any new pixelated creations that catch your eye. Oh, hello there, new game from Square Enix. Didn't see you lurking in the shadows back there.
Love the name of your website, "www. An unromantic videogame spin on Patrick Swayze's seminal work, Ghost, perhaps? Whatever it is, I'm interested in learning more about Murdered: Soul Suspect. Preorder Warfighter, get access to the BF4 beta, the deal went. Seven months later, it appears we're finally about to learn more about the next installment in the shooter franchise, because EA and DICE are now showing off Battlefield 4 behind closed doors and an official reveal appears imminent.
Despite the popularity of '90s classics like Wing Commander, X-Wing vs Tie Fighter, and Freespace, the combat space sim genre has been as dormant as a white dwarf for more than a decade. Thanks to crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, however, there may be some light at the end of the wormhole for Luke Skywalker and Buck Rogers wannabes.
The original Crysis was one of the most graphically intensive games ever released on the PC, pushing the boundaries of what most graphics cards could handle even years after it arrived. Crytek's continuing to live on the edge with the release of Crysis 3, which thankfully ships with a much broader suite of graphical options than Crysis 2 originally possessed.
Like any red-blooded American, I am genetically required to hate anyone who takes the label of "King" for themselves. We like to call those folks "tyrants" around these parts. Now if you'll excuse me, I've got shackles to throw off. I love the generosity of many indie developers.
They really just want you to play their games. As of today, they've launched A Valley Without Wind 2, and are giving it away for free to anyone who purchased the first game. Remember World of StarCraft? How about StarCraft Universe? If you remember one of those, you remember them both, because they're the same game, just renamed after some legal disputes with Blizzard. Here's one thing I won't be doing in March of the Eagles, which launches today: invading Russia.
I remember my history classes, and that never ends well. There's way too many people there, it's way too cold, and my Napoleonic-era soldiers aren't anywhere near ready for that sort of fight. I think I'll go ahead and let them do their own thing while I take the rest of Europe. Still, I can't help but salivate over the new card Nvidia says it designed for "gaming supercomputers.
BlizzCon is back. Blizzard unexpectedly canceled its annual show last year to focus on actually making games, much to the chagrin of purple-painted night elves everywhere. Let's get this clear up front: Crysis 3 is a better first-person shooter than Crysis 2 in almost every way.
Gameplay is more robust and varied, the storytelling is more mature, and it's often visually stunning. Unfortunately, it's also not very ambitious: it leans heavily on ideas already established by better games, and as such isn't an especially remarkable experience.
Its reach might exceed its grasp in a few key areas, but Crysis 3 is still a largely enjoyable excuse Interview take a trip to post-apocalyptic New York.
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