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Commented 5 days ago2019-04-13 20:30:40 UTC in journal: wheres capt? Comment #101952
I was also wondering that when I browsed old tutorials.
Commented 1 week ago2019-04-05 19:32:49 UTC in journal: optional objectives Comment #101942
I like that concept. My mod will be more like "do whatever you want whenever you want", so it's all optional but still linear, sort of like GTA: San Andreas.
Commented 4 weeks ago2019-03-20 13:11:24 UTC in journal: Another Brain Surgery? Comment #101922
Oh dear. I hope everything goes in the best order and ends well. But I'm sure it'll go fine. :)
Commented 4 weeks ago2019-03-20 12:41:50 UTC in journal: Hello friends .... Comment #101921
Okay. :)
Commented 4 weeks ago2019-03-19 22:47:23 UTC in journal: Hello friends .... Comment #101916
Hello, SSB. :)

Also, where's the triangle?
Commented 4 weeks ago2019-03-19 22:40:28 UTC in journal: Last nail in the old coffin Comment #101915
Thanks SSB. I'm sure I'll find my special person one day. :) (unless she finds me, lol)
Commented 1 month ago2019-03-16 12:29:58 UTC in journal: #1 Comment #101906
look like
Commented 1 month ago2019-03-13 20:32:00 UTC in journal: Last nail in the old coffin Comment #101901
"dude your 10 years old and youre bi? come on. tl;dr"
"He's 16, [...]"
17, friend. :D
10 in the mind, 17 in age, 24 in the looks (according to some).
Also, I include a TL;DR with some journals. I simply didn't write one for this one. It happens. :P
Commented 1 month ago2019-03-13 17:40:03 UTC in journal: Last nail in the old coffin Comment #101898
In my experience, being afraid of disappointing people just causes so much more disappointment for everyone. Best to ignore that fear.
See, I was the one who kinda got disappointed each time... :s
It's always important to save some love for yourself.
Oh well. Gotta love myself first, so then I can love others. :3
You're acting like a smarter version of me. It happens that the younger ones are better then the 24 old me.
Age should not mean too much in this regard, IMO. What do you mean by that statement?
Just to cheer you up. You're a great guy.
Thanks, and likewise. :)
Commented 1 month ago2019-03-09 14:45:55 UTC in journal: Me as me. Comment #101876
I see. :)
Commented 1 month ago2019-03-02 23:08:53 UTC in journal: 0x0011 Comment #101856
Thank you! :3
Commented 1 month ago2019-02-27 12:19:28 UTC in journal: 0x0011 Comment #101847
Thank you. :D
Commented 1 month ago2019-02-25 19:56:45 UTC in journal: Prime number Comment #101840
Happy birthday!

But yeah, 31 is a good-looking number IMO. :)
Commented 1 month ago2019-02-25 19:51:35 UTC in journal: 0x0011 Comment #101839
Thank you! ^^
Commented 1 month ago2019-02-25 02:37:17 UTC in journal: 0x0011 Comment #101835
Thank you. ^^
Commented 1 month ago2019-02-24 19:25:06 UTC in journal: 0x0011 Comment #101833
Thank you all! :D
Commented 1 month ago2019-02-24 11:09:41 UTC in journal: 0x0011 Comment #101828
Thank you. :3
Commented 1 month ago2019-02-23 19:35:09 UTC in journal: 0x0011 Comment #101826
Thank you! ^^
Commented 2 months ago2019-02-14 23:59:46 UTC in journal: I make books. Comment #101819
^^^
It was more of a "THIS" aimed at Bruce's post, lol.

But, what I forgot to say is that the books look cool! ^^
Commented 2 months ago2019-02-13 23:06:13 UTC in journal: When high school rocks Comment #101815
I will. I'm currently thinking whether I should pursue electrical engineering and have programming as a hobby, or pursue programming and have EE as a hobby. I believe the former will be a bit harder and leave me with less free time than the latter, but still, it's pretty fun. :3
"Learn, read, play and experiment as much as you can while you're young - it gives you lots of doors you can choose from."
This is very true and I'm already seeing it.
I've toyed around with video editing since the age of 8, then there's level design/mapping, audio editing, music production, programming, texturing and I've got at least several months of experience in each of those, but mostly mapping (5 years), video editing (6 years basic, 1 year advanced + compositing - but never done very serious projects) and programming (3 years if we count QB in 7th grade, otherwise 2).

I've never thought I'd reach this far, especially to the point of being interested in electronics and tinkering with them. It's that feeling of combining science and calculations with practical stuff, the result of which will actually do something, and it'll feel rewarding.

It all definitely opens a bunch of doors, but the real question is which door to open, where to specialise... :/
I'll likely pick programming. I just love programming, and I have a passion for creating/developing things. It seems like a nice type of job, even in my country.
Commented 2 months ago2019-02-13 21:07:31 UTC in journal: I make books. Comment #101813
^^^
Commented 2 months ago2019-02-12 20:52:30 UTC in journal: Small Video from Unity Comment #101810
Lol!
Commented 2 months ago2019-02-08 23:47:36 UTC in journal: When high school rocks Comment #101809
Oh, and did you know that I'm right at the 10000-character limit for journals? :nuts:
Commented 2 months ago2019-02-03 16:51:22 UTC in journal: I'm not dead! Comment #101802
Oh dear, a fire. :(
Stay safe, JeffMOD.
Commented 2 months ago2019-01-31 17:13:53 UTC in journal: Minor Sadness (Just saying) Comment #101800
That's the spirit! :D
*hugs you*
Commented 2 months ago2019-01-30 19:50:00 UTC in journal: Minor Sadness (Just saying) Comment #101798
:v
You never have time for anything, man.
Seriously, when will we do something? I'm up for it, but you always cancel it. Why?
Commented 2 months ago2019-01-30 17:48:15 UTC in journal: Minor Sadness (Just saying) Comment #101796
I'd participate. But, let's arrange it in a convenient way because I can't check the forum posts and PMs every 5 minutes. :/
Commented 2 months ago2019-01-27 15:27:58 UTC in journal: Minor Sadness (Just saying) Comment #101788
It's 16:27 here, and I'll be available from 17:00 to 21:00. We could chat on Steam, so that we don't have to do this slowly via the forums.
Commented 2 months ago2019-01-26 22:03:34 UTC in journal: Minor Sadness (Just saying) Comment #101784
I'd join the server, but it's bedtime here. :/
Join the TWHL Discord and maybe we can arrange something soon enough.

Edit:
The mod is HappyFaces from the vault, right?
Commented 2 months ago2019-01-23 11:28:38 UTC in journal: Minor Sadness (Just saying) Comment #101780
Do it instead. Nolens volens, willy-nilly, make yourself do it, really. Don't just try. And whatever you decide to do, good luck. :)

Also, keep doing one project, and no matter how bad it may come out, just finish it. Getting stuff done is one of the best life skills you can have, and develop. Make a draft with placeholders there and there. Then improve it later, maybe. Start out with a plan, too. The big picture. Write down exactly what you'll do, and do that, no more, no less.
Commented 2 months ago2019-01-19 19:35:14 UTC in journal: Yay Comment #101773
Lol.

@Alberto
WOAH, that sounds good. Actually, that made me realise, I completed Half-Life twice without ever listening to its soundtrack. D:
Commented 3 months ago2019-01-16 22:12:14 UTC in journal: Yay Comment #101764
Lol, I play Half-Life on a PS/2 keyboard. :P

But yeah, games tend to feel a bit better on the PS2 than they do on the PC, like GTA: San Andreas.
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Commented 3 months ago2019-01-15 13:57:47 UTC in journal: Magento 2 Certified! Comment #101756
I wasn't even making a joke though. :P
Just pointing out we've reached over 9000 journals.
Commented 3 months ago2019-01-13 16:16:31 UTC in journal: Magento 2 Certified! Comment #101742
But the 9000th journal itself is the special one. It allows the others to be OVER 9000. :3
Commented 3 months ago2019-01-13 01:40:33 UTC in journal: Magento 2 Certified! Comment #101740
Congratulations, Urby!

Also, journal number.
"IT'S OVER 9000"
Commented 3 months ago2019-01-08 00:53:01 UTC in journal: It's 2019! Get those Christmas hats outta here Comment #101715
LOL AHAHAHAHAHA :lol:
The Rebellion has started!
Commented 3 months ago2019-01-04 22:05:38 UTC in journal: It's 2019! Get those Christmas hats outta here Comment #101710
Done. Happy New Year. :D
Wrote this lil' program just for the occasion :3
Commented 4 months ago2018-12-08 10:18:31 UTC in journal: Nice for a change Comment #101674
It is. Every day in my high school is like this.
Commented 4 months ago2018-12-08 10:18:31 UTC in journal: Nice for a change Comment #101675
It is. Every day in my high school is like this.
Edit: double posts, they're back. :0
Commented 4 months ago2018-12-06 14:39:34 UTC in journal: Nice for a change Comment #101671
That is what essentially happened to me yesterday, and it's the point of the journal. I'd normally just stand on one place and wait for the bus for an hour or two, but I came back instead. :3
Commented 4 months ago2018-12-05 05:20:50 UTC in journal: Christmas Avatars (Chrivatars) Comment #101665
^
Commented 4 months ago2018-12-02 20:48:03 UTC in journal: Christmas Avatars (Chrivatars) Comment #101657
Commented 4 months ago2018-12-01 21:31:24 UTC in journal: i can read letters in russian server Comment #101651
Exactly. In my country, we say the same thing: fajl.
Commented 4 months ago2018-12-01 17:37:17 UTC in journal: i can read letters in russian server Comment #101649
I learned the Cyrillic script in 4th grade, and thanks to that, I can easily read a good part of the Greek alphabet. :D
Commented 4 months ago2018-11-30 23:31:55 UTC in journal: Video editing software Comment #101647
I use HitFilm.
The Express version is free, and it's got the basic stuff that you need (and from what I see, plenty of tutorials). It seems simple on the surface, and it is simple if you use it for basic stuff. (can be advanced only if you wish)

The only thing I'm not fond of is its way of doing text. You make a composite shot, add a text layer, edit it with the Text Tool, find the Text tab, edit the parameters, and then place the composite shot in the video.
Sony Vegas does text in a much much more straightforward way in comparison.
Commented 4 months ago2018-11-20 10:10:59 UTC in journal: Why I am here, where else you can find me. Comment #101627
If you're interested in pre-displacement-era terrain (which is not just fake displacements), take a look at my Advanced Terrain Creation tutorial, precisely the last few sections under "Toward Gearbox-style terrain".

link

It should serve as an introduction to these old (but gold) terrain-making methods. I covered only a few terrain types that you can make with each technique, but I am planning to write a part 2 for tne tutorial.
Commented 5 months ago2018-11-05 09:09:26 UTC in journal: Birthgay Comment #101609
Happy belated birthday!
Commented 5 months ago2018-11-03 09:20:17 UTC in journal: Sp00ky math... Comment #101603
In my country, we use dots for multiplication and colons for subdivision.
Nobody uses × or ÷ here.
Though in my country, we just prefer using fractions instead of colons (starting from 6th grade or so), so we don't run into colons that often anyway.