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  1. 25 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

    ...even if I didn't advance the storyline at all in those ten hours (too much fun doing random things!) 

    This reminds me of my experience playing Elder Scrolls: Oblivion. I completed about 95% of the side quests, but hadn't accomplished even the first step of the main storyline.

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  2. 1 hour ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

    May 30,

    For games, do you prefer flat maps, a mix of map and sculpted terrain, or only sculpted terrain?

     

    What's the best map or terrain you've seen?

    I prefer sculpted  terrain.

    Since I am not rich, I'll make do with whatever is available.

     

    I don't remember names or where I saw it, but the best I've seen is the one that is a giant table with a town, castle, wilderness, and a mega dungeon.

     

    ETA:

    Google Ryan Devoto, you'll get a lot of results that will show you pictures of what I'm talking about.

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  3. On 5/24/2022 at 11:21 AM, Iridil said:

    Looking good! Love the base - the whole thing has a very pulpy vibe.

    Thank you, that's what I was going for!

     

    On 5/26/2022 at 8:43 AM, Grand Slam said:

    Very cool...especially the buttons/gauges on the backpack and that crazy left eye. My only suggestion would be some silver highlighting here and there on the metal bits (just to help them stand out from the dark skin/fur when he's on the table).

     

    His teeth also look quite realistic!

    Thank you, the buttons and gauges were fun to do.

    I did use some silver highlights, but they appear to have been too subtle. I'll go revisit them and see what I can do.

  4. 5 hours ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

    May 28,

    Badly describe something technical, or technically describe something badly.

    My first job after getting out of the Navy was working as a government contractor for a company that performed troubleshooting and repair of US Navy sonar systems. At one point, my partner and I were tasked with creating a piece of test equipment that was needed to verify a certain parameter that hadn't been tested/checked before. We managed to create the item and took to calling it 'the doohickey'. We kept joking that we really needed to come up with a better name for it, but we never did. Eventually, we were asked to assemble all of our testing notes into an official procedure. Well, we had gotten so used to just calling it 'the doohickey' that that was we had put down in our notes.

     

    Which got collected, studied, written up into an official test procedure, and submitted for approval. We laughed like a pair of maniacs when we got the official, approved US Government testing procedure back a few months later and the test device was referred to as 'the doohickey'. The higher ups weren't as amused. 

     

    I don't work there anymore, so I don't know if it ever got revised or not.

     

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