When it loops juuust right 👌
Out for our lunctime state-sanctioned exercise, and noticed a seal had managed to make it all the way past the Diamond Bridge on the River Don, in Aberdeen. I’ve never seen them in this area before!
Welcome to Aberdeen; we have Old Gods!
(Hopefully the video above works… it’s direct from my phone, and it was random as to whether it would display in the preview)
I can’t follow along live myself, but it’s good to know I’ll be able to watch it back on Twitch later this week. (I’ll swap to a more permanent URI once the video is available elsewhere)
I’m looking forward to reading all of the write-ups!
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I’ve been a member of Alfonso “Banshee” Giraldez’s and David Mommel’s Miniature Art Academy for the last few months, and it’s been great for me. The course has been fantastic so far, concentrating heavily on the “why” over the “how” and exposing me to new ideas and techniques. Both Alfonso and David are passionate about seeing what we do as painting on a 3D canvas, rather than “miniature painting,” so apply many skills and tools used in traditional art techniques. If you’re interested in improving and expanding your skills – or even just beginning! – I highly recommend the Painting Academy level.
Well played, WarCom Team. Well. Played.
(I do love that the “photographic device” is a literal potato)
In celebration of turning 50(!), Tony Hawk released a lovely video of him performing 50 skateboard tricks he either invented or helped pioneer.
Just posted by the Warhammer Community Team. I love everything about this.
Good to know I’ve been “doing it right” all along!
[Source: Daring Fireball]
In which I play the final boss fight of Hearthstone’s Black Rock Mountain expansion. Badly.
[This is my first time trying this game streaming/recording malarkey, so a technical error means there’s no commentary track on this video]
Awesome. More info available here.
Update: I switched to the YouTube version, as the Vimeo page was removed for some reason.
Looks better than I hoped for. I’m interested to see if/how they’ll get from the ghetto-looking disguise to something resembling the comic costume.
This sounds like it could be pretty cool. I’m going to take a look at it over the weekend, as it might be a good way to get my son into coding for the web.