This entries contains shorter posts. They are for my own usage, a way to track down what I do on a more regular basis, without the aim to communicate to the greater audience.
Remember when you solved a problem or took a decision, but forgot about it ? This lab notebook will help me.
Some months ago, I developed One Notif, a project where, I receive a single reminder about important stuff for me today, so I don’t check 800 apps. Although it contained only birthdays and weather at the moment, this was already pretty good for my life and had a positive impacts on my relationships.
How it was setup was simple, Id read from a config file, and send the result using Twilio, directly to my phone.
I am still preparing for the upcoming DRPG Game Jam of April from dungeoncrawler.com. I still have so much to learn about how Godot works but I am getting better. So far I implemented a lot of stuff that I am happy with:
Can go in 4 directions. Will bump into walls for collision. Run if you keep going forward. Strafing. Read a Tiled generated json. I can draw the map here and then have them in the game easily.
Dungeon On Monday, I decided to try to make some assets, to train myself a bit for the upcoming DRPG Game Jam of April from dungeoncrawler.com. Also because I have many things to learn about 3D and Godot. To do this I followed around this video from DevLogLogan. First time I touched Blender, and it got me very scared. In the video, he talks only in shortcut and I can’t tell I understood everything I did, but it gave me the results I wanted (and I strayed a little bit away from what he told so I could learn more).
The last couple days I played with Godot 3D. What I want to do is little driving section for my VN, in between important scenes. I never touched anythign 3D and the idea was scaring me a lot.
And it’s going fairly well, first I got some awesome car model from a friend. Aim was to go for low poly/PSX aesthetic and I think he nailed it.
Second, with the help of some Youtube tutorials and Godot, I could put the car in action!
Today I found the sigbovik conference, that produce a scientific journal that is incredibly funny. Had to share it, and keep it there as to not forget. https://sigbovik.org/