I've been quite inspired recently by finding a ton of cool personal websites and wikis and thought I would share my views on how freeing it is to make your own: https://ritualdust.com/craft/make-yourself-a-website/
The plants are all waterlogged from all the rain, but the cherry tomatoes got so tall that I need a step-ladder to reach all the fruit. Basil and jalapeño are looking okay, bell peppers not so much. #theGalley
The game is designed to run on a custom 8-bit VM, the art is created with a dedicated tool written in Uxn assembly, and the code is written in a text-editor also written in that same assembly language.
The game is assembled with Asma, a Uxn native assembler written in Uxntal.
I found a little more browser support for my retro pixelated CSS image treatment by using all three of these:
This is done in conjunction with up-scaling a low-res dithered image and helps retain the sharp crispy pixel goodness.
Now that I’ve got a few modules I can tell that just having a threaded bar is not stable enough when patching jacks. I’ll tweak the design to incorporate vector rack rails and possibly a shield for the psu.
Currently this "hello world" test does it's thing wherever the cursor happens to be. I have the cursor on the note identifier of the midi object, which is why you can see in the video when I turn too far to the right I'm past the usable range of letters for notes and nothing is heard. Maybe a notes-only mode would be useful.
Next challenge is moving the cursor around so multiple knobs can be used.
Just finished making this little isometric mini world in #Krita. Been wanting to try this for a while. Made up of photos from Unsplash.
Krita is really, really good for photo editing / manipulation. Non destructive adjustments, perspective warping, easy clipping and masking. Sometimes a little laggy, but a legit alternative to Photoshop.
Ok 3D printed eurorack is complete and has power. First modules may take a few days to get here so I’ll switch back to the orca knob prototype. #theWorkshop
Swimming in the spaces between creative/tech.
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