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This is how modern feminism prioritizes things. Absolutely fucking disgusting. 
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To Be A Deer In Nara by MIFFthemorfin
To Be A Deer In Nara
Inspired by Alt-J's song Nara. 

I actually made a background

Blake Belladonna from RWBY
owned by RoosterTeeth

Some references used. 

I'm actually inspired to draw something because of this song. 

The song is about gay rights in essence and does the movement justice. I don't want to give away the lyric that inspired me but I want to put it to Rooster Teeth's work with RWBY. You'll see what I mean when I'm done. Maybe I'll stream some of it tomorrow night. 


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Don't ask me for anything.

You are not allowed to steal/repost or manipulate anything especially if it is not downloadable. You are not allowed to use any of my work for retail/commercial use.

There is no way to sway someone who has experienced more than you.

Grow up and Get over it.

This is how modern feminism prioritizes things. Absolutely fucking disgusting. 

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SolarPaintDragon Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
*poke* hello old friend-
I felt like saying hi
MIFFthemorfin Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2014
sinks deeper into the abyss from being poked*
SolarPaintDragon Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
welcome to purgatory
mangakadubkat Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
You haves. Soundcloud account!?! I'll go check it out some time later. My soundcloud username is dubstep-kat 

I have t posted any music there in ages (basically what I'm saying is that everything that I've posted there is old and it's no representation of my current level of expertise). Anyway your art is awesome. 
MIFFthemorfin Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2013
Well thanks for all the nice comments. I haven't drawn in a while though but a colab would be fun. 
TheInvertedTower Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013
Could you help me understand what a function is by telling me whether this is true or not?

The definition of Function from Merriam-webster:
A mathematical correspondence that assigns exactly one element of one set, to each element of the same or another set. A variable (As a quality, trait, or measurement) that depends on and varies with another [24].

A function has three main parts: 50 x 2 = 100

1. The Input
2. The Relationship
3. The Output

What goes into the function is put inside a Parentheses after the function name.

For example: The value of f (x), for (x = 2), is f (2)

The (x) is a place-holder that shows you where the input goes and what happens to it.

This function: f (x) = x2 takes the Input (x = 2) and squares it.

So the (x2) takes the Input of (2) and gives the Output of 4

This can also be written as f (2) = 4

Other symbols besides (x) can also used.

The function: f (x = 2) = 1 - (x) + (x2) = 3
f (x = 2) = 1 - (x) = -1
-1 + (x2) = 3
The same function, but with (θ) for the Input's place-holder: f (θ = 2) = 1 - (θ) + (θ2) = 3
f (θ = 2) = 1 - (θ) = -1
-1 + (θ2) = 3

Whatever the symbol may be, the result will be the same [00].

The purpose of a function is to relate an input, to an output.
h(Gear) Gear x 20Km/h
h(2) = 40Km/h

The function takes the input (Gear of the car), and relates it to an output (The Speed, multiplied by 2).
MIFFthemorfin Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013
I can tell you right now that the "for every input there is exactly one output" notion is extremely misleading as in when you hear for every 'x' there is one 'y', but for every 'y' there can be more than one 'x'. A function, mathematically can relates inputs and outputs. So you can input a number into the function and the output might or might not be given depending if you are taking real or imaginary numbers.

As for what I said earlier, conventional scholastic use of functions will break down when you get a 1/0 or an infinite, but in real life derived functions that we use as equations there are many cases where you can get multiple y's for a single x. It just means there are other variables you need to consider, meaning your equation or function is incomplete or dependent itself.

In general, this definition you gave me holds. y(x)= mx+b, y(x) is just notation signifying it's a function of y with respect to x. m and b are constants x is your input. Assuming you know the numbers that m and b are supposed to represent all you need is to give x a number and y will be given so that y = y is true at all times. This is as simple as it gets but functions in real life can be much more complicated and many times unsolvable by hand.
TheInvertedTower Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013
I'm actually working on a Deviation in " writer" about chemistry, but it involves knowing the Quantum State of an atom.

For this, I need to learn Quantum Physics, because the Quantum State, characterized by a set of Quantum Numbers, is represented by an Eignfunction [22].

I don't know how functions are used in chemistry, but I'm slowly piecing together my understanding of what a function is and how to use them.

However, the only explanations I found are quite vague, so I need to guess or experiment with what they say, so that it makes sense.

This is my understanding of what you've said:

Y(x) = mx + b = 10
Y(x = 7)
(mx = +2)
+ (b = +1) = 10

But there's something else you can check for me:

What else can be processed by a function?

In mathematics, a Set is a well-defined collection of objects or things.

The object's (Or things) that make up a Set, are called Elements or Members.
These can be anything, including other Set's.

A function takes elements of a Set and gives back element of the Set.
But a function has special rules:
1. It must work for every possible input value.
2. You can only have one relationship for each input value.
3. A function is a single value. It will not give back 2 or more results for the same input.

For example: The square root of 9 is either 3 or -3.
But a function must be singular valued. It cannot give back two or more results for one input.
So f (square root of 9) = 3 or -3 is incorrect.

The square root symbol (), also called the "nth root", always means the principle (Positive) square root.
So f (√ = 9) = 3
This limit's the Co-domain to non-negative numbers.

The Importance of Co-domains:
The possible output of a function, is called the Co-domain. The real output, is called the Range.

The difference between a Domain and a Co-Domain

Domain: A (√x3 = 8) + 1 = 3
Co-Domain: A (x3 = 8) + 1 = { 3, -3, }

The function: f (N → N) shows a Domain called (N), pointing tts Co-Domain, which is also called (N).

f (N = 4)
f (√N2N2) = 2 → { 16, -16, }

The input ( = 4) has its square root found in the Domain of function f and is squared by its Co-Domain.
f (√N2) = 2
f (N2) = { 16, -16, }

f (x | x 0)

The (≥) sign is used in Order Theory, to symbolize that something is greater than the other.
The function above has (≥) pointing towards 0, so (x) is greater than 0.

t (x | x ≥ 0)
t (x = { 1, 2, 3, })

Function (t), shows that all elements of (x) are equal to or grater than 0.
w (x ∈ ℝ| x ≥ 3)
w (x = { 3, 4, 5, })

In this example, function (w) says that all elements of (x) are equal to or grater than 3.
The symbol (), called the "Set Membership", is used to say that (x) is a member of,
or simply "in" Real Numbers (ℝ).
MIFFthemorfin Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013
I've taken a course in quantum mechanics, I don't remember much nor do I remember about what an Eignfunction is but I can tell you this, the function you're probably going to end up with will probably end be a function close to Schrödinger's Equation. I know that it' isn't solvable (by human or computer (yet)) for elements larger than helium. You'd need to understand how differential equations behave and are solved and you'll find that higher order differential equations are near impossible to solve analytically. The solutions to those differential are functions of space and time and probably other variables I don't even know of. But these functions will not give a single answer they could give a range of answers, or output a matrix, or a tensor. It's unknowns because of the behavior of these nonlinear high order differential equations.

In general a function is just meant to take an input, just means you have to feed it its variables (x,y,z,t,...) and will give you an output and the output is unique to those inputs.
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Knightster Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013
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