Hey guys Wow! Haven’t posted for a very long while.
Well I have been working on a Civ Mod, which adds 6 new military units (including a new scouting unit) and 1 new civilian unit. The mod will hopefully be available for anyone who wants it to download on the Steam workshop. I’ve been working on a novel, which at the moment I have only written about 20 pages on, and hasn’t really even got to the first bit of action. So those I cannot really post until I’ve finished both of them
But, yesterday I felt like doing a little sketch. I decided to draw a converse shoe. I am actually very pleased with how it came out, especially the loopholes and laces. What do you think of it?
I have been creating a huge civ mod, adding promotions, buildings, a new era with new technologies, and more!
I have been doing an art photography course run by Phil Barrington, and have so been busy taking photographs and writing up for my portfolio. At the end of the course, I should be able to gain a Bronze Arts Award. Fingers crossed
So thats pretty much why. Hopefully I will be able to post more soon and catch up with you all!!!
I’ve been learning HTML coding recently, on a website called “Codecademy”. I’m getting on really well. Last time I tried coding, I started on Python, which is really quite advanced. I’m learning a lot more, and more quickly learning HTML, and thats mainly down to Codecademy. I really advise it, It’s really helped me and I’ve really enjoyed it aswell!
When you learn HTML, you can do some really smart stuff with WordPress posts, by writing the post in “Text” rather than “Visual”. If you do this, you can change background-color, color, font-family, font-size etc, which you wouldn’t normally be able to do:-)
This icad was inspired by a photograph I took while on holiday at Deal- Lights on the Horizon at Night.
I again used 4 and 6B pencils, to smudge the colour. I like this style… I think it makes the different areas of lightness merge more smoothly, and the colour looks more solid.
You should try it If you want very light areas, put occasional lines or dashes and smudge them, or smudge a dark area of colour into the white space with your fingertip to get a light area of colour.
This is Lights on the Horizon at Night, the inspiration of my icad… a dark, abstract photograph, with a boat out at sea, its lights shining across the ocean: