So far, 15 separate people have asked me to go see the Breaking Dawn, Eclipse, New Moon, or Twilight movies with them. Some have asked more than once.
And I always tell them: " If I wanted to see a guy with unnaturally pale skin and golden eyes...I'd stay home and watch my Star Trek DVDs."
And they never get it
Wow, I'm surprised at all the positive reaction (aka I haven't received any flames yet from pedwardbear-humpers). I think that's because I always meant for this stamp to be as much a pro-Star Trek and pro-Data stamp as it is an anti-Twitard one. If you want undiluted anti-Twilight venom, there's the work of the ubiquitous ~Persnicketese and even my own Stamp 02. I'm just pointing out, in an amusing way, that unnaturally pale, golden-eyed guys weren't invented by Stephanie Meyer. Not even unnaturally pale, golden-eyed guys who are also jealous, abusive, selfish, overly emotional, and manipulative (see: [link] )
Stamp template used: [link]
Inspired by: [link] , [link]
Screencap of Data from: [link]
See also: [link]
Data (c) to Roddenberry, Paramount
edit: Slowed down the animation with a little help from *stayka. Now you can actually read the goddamn thing
Why the hell is there a 100 word Minimum for a critique. That wasn't here last time... or was it?
Alright. Firstly, I would like to say that the overall quality of this stamp seems to be dragged down by something. The font is blurred, and the colours on the picture are not as rich as they should be.
The size of the font is good, and it is easy to read. The speed of the animation is a nice pace. Everything is nicely centred flows well.
However, I would also recommend making the edges outside the border transparent, as it would give the stamp a more put together look. Also, this critique is now diamonds. (I needed more words )
Super human strength, speed, and senses...
Pale, cold and shimmering skin...
Me: It's dumb Edward Cullen, again...
*picture of Data pops up*
what? You thought I was talking about Edward Cullen?!
Me: YAY, DATA!
Three cheers for Star Trek. And Data.