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I have decided it's time to reveal my secret identity. It's...

...actually just another mastodon account. If you like role playing games and / or want to hear the other half of things I ramble about, feel free to give @ossifog a follow.

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Hi, everyone. I'm primarily a writer, but I keep telling myself if I just finish just one more page of comics, I'll finally be a real comic-ist.

I don't have a website yet, but hopefully I will one day. In the meanwhile, here's a screenshots from all of the three pages I've finished so far.

Looking forward to talking fiction and / or art with all of you.

@xxyxxyart By the way, I bought one of your astronaut charms a while ago and it brings me daily joy.

After telling myself that I wouldn't just make another one of those indie pixel art games I have come to accept that I am definitely an indie developer and anything other than pixel art will probably be too hard.

(Not that pixel art is easy. But at least you can try to brute force it)

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Oh this is so embarassing. I'm still on fedora 25...

I (perhaps hubristically) think I might be ready to start building the game I've had bubbling in my brain for a while. Going to start off with some basic assets (since assets just make everything more fun) and then go from there.

Followed this tutorial and got a game running in--I guess--less than two hours. Pretty quick.

docs.godotengine.org/en/3.1/ge

I liked it much better than Unity. Also impressed with how much stuff is built in.

My only complaint is the connections can get pretty complicated quick. Wouldn't mind some sort of graph view to debug when things get unplugged unexpectedly.

Honestly I probably really need to update my distro but that'll lead down a big yakshaving hole. I'd really rather spend this burst of productivity on something else.

I'm back in my linux partition for the first time in forever. Hopefully things haven't gotten too weird since I left...

Just found a dried and flattened dead bug in my notebook.

Not sure what to make of that.

Drew out a comics version of one of the final scenes from my book, then decided to rewrite the scene to be more like the comics version.

I was having crazy trouble with my linework, but turns out it might've just been using too low a resolution.

Hmm, is there a digital art a day equivalent of Sketchtember / Inktober?

Art book: You should always draw from life

Me: *systematically copying every sketch from the book*

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