It's kind of like watching Bob Ross paint, in that there's a point where you've started and you're questioning it, like "No Bob that doesn't look good, what are you doing Bob," but then it comes together in the end.
Also in that the result is not exactly fine art but it's still got some appeal on a certain level.
Hello fellow skaterz! 😎
That means that YOU can share, edit or even SELL Bind if you'd like or make your own game out of it.
But most important of all, it's a fun roleplaying game that isn't in the way of the ocmmunity and you having fun. 😀
Quick reminder: I have “internet office hours” for artists that have HTML/CSS/General web questions; if you have any, just reply to this toot!
Last time I put together a guide of some great resources to use for the modern web, based on the tools I use everyday for work https://thomascannon.me/guides/modern-html-and-css-resources
The Road to Høyfjell
This is a long post where I share my journey to Hoyfjell. Here I describe how the game started, where it's now, and where it's going.
I've been thinking that working on marketing for libre projects would be awesome!
Is there anyone on the fediverse I could talk to about getting a leg into that industry?
And I'm not talking about just drawings and illustrations but graphics, photoediting and videos, and finally ideas / marketing strategies.
I think I could be a great asset to projects out there.
Say 👋 to Nextcloud Hub, a big change for Nextcloud!
🗄 Files - workspaces, file locking
🤖 Flow - automates boring tasks
📝 Built in office
📅 Calendar 2.0: Talk meetings, busy view
📩 Mail 1.0 recognizes itineraries
🗣 Talk brings replies
And much more!
Self-taught artist that worldbuilds and make fantasy illustrations using Linux and other libre software.
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