|Progress of past year||January 22, 2009, 7:19 pm|
I haven't messed around with mapping / modding too much for the last year due to a shifting of interests so if anyone is wondering about me, I'm not dead. I still map when I'm in the mood but I'm tired of old genres. Anything new relating to doom will probably be some kind of weird mod like happy time circus 2.
My current hobby that now mostly replaces doom mapping is painting. All my paintings are currently acrylic but I may start experimenting with oil. Most of the below paintings are done on cheap canvas panel and range from 8" X 10" to 12" X 16". I've started with landscapes but am now trying to shift more towards surrealism. I don't consider myself to be a serious painter yet so I don't use a lot of canvases. Eventually I may try selling stuff but I don't possess the interpersonal skills to sell myself so that will probably be a tragedy.
Another developing hobby of mine is electronics, mainly robotics, but I don't have anything worthy of showing off just yet. It seems at this point I have no interest in video games anymore so eventually I will probably stop mapping altogether. But for now I may still have a few more mods left in me.
My favorite is first:
This was based on a reference photo that was found via google image search.
This one is nearly complete, the most recent here.
|Before and after||April 24, 2005, 9:57 am|
I know the first link will run out of bandwidth so if you get an error message, thats why.
|Synthesizers||September 11, 2004, 7:10 pm|
I've been making midis for a while now and I find them very limiting. I want to make "real" music now so I've decided to get a sythesizer and recording on to my computer. I'll be using Cakewalk and Acid Pro for recording and mixing.
I'm new to the world of sythesizers and don't know where to begin. Does anyone here have any experiences or advice to share?