(mostly) 3d muddling inside my head-universe and occasionally coming up to see what's going on in various other perceptions of reality. Occasionally prone to slight exaggerations.
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January 4, 2017
January ProgBlog #2: building bigger
As soon as Protective 3 had gone into cooldown, I started work on Acaedia, using Red and Zip to help with sizing. The Flyers (especially Dragonkin!) take up a lot of space and need a lot of space. I'm
January ProgBlog #1: super-LATE-ive somewhat new
Oof I haven't done a progblog since the beginning of December and that wasn't even a progblog, it was a noprogblog x_x So surprise surprise, the MacBook Air struggles with the kind of work I do. I had
Challenge #02925-H002: He Prefers the First Option
Violence is never the answer. But it’s a very effective solution -- Anon Guest There are two potential results of being the deadliest person in armed or unarmed combat. One is that nobody wants to mes
Competition Time - Your chance to win a 250 Hive Delegation for two weeks.
Good afternoon from Australia I hope you're all having a wonderful week either getting back to work or still on holidays. I have a big problem with Hive, there is so much good content that I keep burn
Playing with Voxels- My Art Process
Hi guys! The past week I spent most of the time building a Cryptovoxel gallery, it was a commission based my previously sold NFT art. I love CV because it feels like I'm playing around and seeing my a
Stuff is a mess right now. Don't really want to talk about it as it involves other people (spoiler alert: nobody is dead yet and J and I are still together seeing as those are the things people seem t
Theological Demon Concept -The Oni- Throughout the centuries, these supernatural demons have plagued mankind with their wickedness. Countless stories can be found in cultures from all over the world.
Automator partial notes: convoluted photo management
I wonder if my hive crew have been missing my incessantly nonsensical comments or if they're enjoying the serenity. As I mentioned at the end of the last progblog I wrote two weeks ago (x_x), I finall
November ProgBlog #2: splitting hairs
October ProgBlog 3 is technically November ProgBlog 1 and just isn't called as such because I was a seriously sleep deprived idiot at the time. Where I left off, I'd started on the hairs by doing the
October ProgBlog #3: normal madness
Something along these lines. Along with my usual "I don't really feel like I've done enough to be worth a progblog" silliness, it's been a crazy few weeks. Sprat came up late for her yearly