Quick Quotes

I shipped my first game (if you don't count the ones from OpenCTF), Deliverex. The betas will go away when new versions come out, so download the beta now to have a piece of history!

I got my hand-made NES cart working. Development of the game has slowed as I work on my first puzzle. It reminds me that Tegula was promised in January. Publishing is hard.

My pixel art is improving as well. I made a very low resolution explosion [8x8 version]. While it isn't much, again it's the techniques that are the step forward. Learn to use your tools, then they can build for you. In this case, it is is LibreSprite with the help of Gamedev.tv's Humble Bundle.

My 3D art is improving as well. I made a low resolution polar bear from a photo. While it isn't much, it's the techniques that are the step forward. Learn to use your tools, then they can build for you.

I'm really improving my drawing with this Udemy character art class (see previous) [1]. Here is a very quick rough library development drawing from section 27.

I'm taking a Character Art course and it's taught me a lot. Here are my notes for section 18. It's on sale for a good price.

I'm watching the Learn to Draw Great Courses series. Here's my drawing from episode 1. I've got a long ways to go.

Physical therapy was difficult, but I finished.

I just started Physical Therapy. It sucks.

Resources are good. The Neg9 wiki is becoming a resource.

Three simple drum patterns that have been kicking around my head since the beginning of this week. This blog lets me share them with the few people who visit or those people who find it long after 2017 Aug 03.

How to publish a version of BikeIM.

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Battle for the Net July 12 2017. Defend net neutrality by shouting at congresspeople and the FCC online.

End Mass Surveillance

Spam is currently being moderated by disallowing http:// and https:// in comments. If you put this into your comment, it won't show up on the blog. Spammers have already added 23 comments to the blog in a number of hours. Hopefully this will dissuade them as it has in the past.

AltSci Cell now uses Python for the whole blog. I spent a while writing a nice blog in Python using Django. Now I have a beautiful and well-written system. More on the way, unified blog is next, then converting AltSci.com/concepts/ as well as AltSci.com/ お楽しみに!

Please note that some of the blog posts are very old. Please consider my age at the time of writing.