Project Progress #1

Welcome to another blog post. I’ll make sure to try and keep this one “Short” for the sake of your time!

My good friend from high school and I have decided to work on a project together. I don’t want to spoil anything so I won’t announce the specifics, but for now I can give a quick overview.

We started this project recently and are almost done with the models for it. The models are simple for now, but I hope to add detail to them as time moves on. This project requires a few main assets along with some minor ones as well. For the most part we are trying to keep it as simple as possible so we don’t go overboard with the models and the rest of the project.

Below are a few examples of the models that have been made:

Pic 1: This is going to be the enemies AR (yes there is a difference between friendly and enemy ARs)

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It’s an axe! This will be used in our project, for now we have no clue how to implement it.

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A simple barrel for all of our aesthetic needs!

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For now the project progress is going extremely well. We have been working on this project for close to 3 weeks so far and using my knowledge along with Mark’s, we can make this work in the end.

Thank you for taking the time to read this blog! If you didn’t come from my small YouTube channel, please feel free to click here and check it out!

Have an awesome day everyone!

 

 

Favorite Time of the Month

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For the most part my months are relatively bland, I run a gaming channel so most of what I do is kind of repetitive, it’s the same cycle again and again. DOOM, then Dead Space, DOOM, Dead Space, let’s throw in some funny moments, Gmod, Tubetycoon ect. There is one time of the month I look forward to the most. The very first week.

The first week of the month is what I like to call “Indie Gaming Week.” I started this series back in February and made it a monthly thing. Not too little and not too much. You may ask “Why is this so important?” Well to you maybe it isn’t but to me, well it keeps me somewhat sane. When you have to play the same 2 games over and over again it begins to get to you so this is a bit of a refresher to show that there are more than just the 2 games out there.

During Indie Gaming Week I put all of my series to the side and choose off a website called “Gamejolt” an indie game a day to play. This event is more for the developers so that I can give them some tips on what to do, what I thought about the game and overall shoot to help them out. At the same time it’s also for the people who love watching indie games on YouTube. It’s the one time of the month where I feel like I can let loose and go off topic from the game I’m playing.

I love indie games, most of the time they are much different than most games and give me an opportunity to play genuine games that others worked hard on. I wish I could play them all in a week but unfortunately that isn’t possible.

Thank you for reading this blog. It was shorter than the rest of mine I know, but I wanted to keep this one short for reasons.

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