YukiRaven

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About YukiRaven

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  1. Needed a change in pace tonight, and ended up discovering a song by an artist I really like that I hadn't heard before.
  2. Hey Yuki, i was told you do the music for your wads. Is that true? I was jamming to a couple videos of your stuff (i haven't shared the unlisted ones) and really dug the music tracks. You got a good range from industrial to John Carpenter-esque. Do you have a soundcloud or bandcamp by chance? Thanks in advance!

    1. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      YukiRaven's number one fangirl here: Click on her "about me" above and have a look around.

    2. Viscra Maelstrom

      Viscra Maelstrom

      yee, they're good, go check their stuff out.

    3. everennui
    4. YukiRaven

      YukiRaven

      @Impie Yep, I do the music for my wads ^_^  The best place to hear my music is actually my website, www.partition36.com.  It has all the stuff up there to listen to.

       

      @Nine Inch Heels <3

    5. Impie

      Impie

      damn i like the logo too. its very sharp.

    6. YukiRaven

      YukiRaven

      Why thank you!  It's something I did myself in Inkscape.  Just a font called Mason and some lines, really :-P

    7. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      I used inkscape to create custom "character skins" when I was playing a game called "teeworlds". It really has a bunch of nice features for an open source vector graphics program.

    8. Impie

      Impie

      i was always more of a raster guy. couldn't stand using vector programs to make art, even if it was more efficient or looked better.

    9. YukiRaven

      YukiRaven

      I usually just do stuff in Gimp myself, but I can't draw to save my life.  So if I'm doing something from scratch, I start with a vector program in order to get the lines.  Then I import it into a raster program (Gimp) to do the rest.  I mean, I could use the path tools in Gimp to draw, but.... it's easier in a vector program.

       

      All the artwork for my albums were done by me in Gimp, with just a tiny bit in Inkscape.

  3. Made a can of chili to eat as a snack, and added way too much ghost pepper sauce.  And habanero sauce.  And other hot sauce.  I mean, I can normally eat stuff that is exceptionally hot, but damn this is really hot, just at the threshold of me.

     

    Time to eat more of it!

    1. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that "zing" ;-)

    2. YukiRaven

      YukiRaven

      "If it doesn't cause an asthma attack, it isn't hot enough."  <-- me, which this bowl of chili did, so it's obviously good XD

    3. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      You know what? Have a picture from what I call home. It'll help you cool down a bit.

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    4. YukiRaven
  4. wub wub wub
    1. esselfortium

      esselfortium

      I notice there doesn't seem to be a date confirmed for either of them, though, so I don't think this is really anything we didn't already know...

    2. MrGlide

      MrGlide

      you see kong yet? I highly advise it, it was really really really good.

    3. YukiRaven

      YukiRaven

      @esselfortium well I hadn't heard it yet, so it was something I didn't know ^_^

       

      @MrGlide Not yet, but I've heard it's good.  I did see the post-credits scene, however, and uhh... yeah I lost my shit.

  5. I have absolutely no idea why I have this stuck in my head today. I don't even listen to Johnny Cash...
  6. Felt pretty today ^_^
  7. @roadworx Rats are amazing. They can be so lovey and playful. I used to have some, but it turned out that I was extremely allergic to them. Every time I think about them I miss them :'(
  8. I'm going to have to try the ones mentioned. I love Quake, but only ever played the two expansion packs as far as mods go.
  9. I'm starting to think I have just a few too many projects going on.  There's my current Doom WAD, Shadows of The Nightmare Realm; a game I'm trying to program; a music album I'm working on; another music album I just started with a friend; and a bunch of 40K minis I'm trying to get painted.  Part of me is itching to get another Doom project started once SoTNR is done, but this probably isn't a good idea, and I feel like I should instead work on clearing my queue.

     

    I really need to learn how to organize my ideas and projects better lol.  Suggestions on how to do so anyone?

    1. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      Have a "this is currently going on list" in the back of your head. Have a rough time estimate at the ready as well as an estimation as to how much more time you can comfortably spend. It will make you say "no" to certain things at times. Which for me personally doesn't always feel "fine", in case I need to say no, but it prevents me from burning myself out.

      It's difficult, though. Because anything creative is also very emotional, there's a conflict with the logical flow of time. If that makes any sense. Here's hoping this helped.

    2. YukiRaven

      YukiRaven

      That makes total sense.  There are times when I'm in a music writing mood, but have no time for it.  Then when I do, I'm not in the mood to write music.  There's always the need to push through mental blocks, sure, but damn if time doesn't always work with me :-P

    3. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      Time is a heartless mistress.

  10. Aww, what a cute little snek! What's its name?
  11. Blasting this right now because yes, yes I am a 40K fangirl.
  12. Never heard of this group until yesterday, but I'm digging them.
  13. @MysteriousHaruko I'm loving those boots.