#raiseawareness #realcatshavecurves [wolfosaurus]

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Re-blog if you’re accepting anonymous asks from anyone about anything

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critical-wit asked: It's difficult to understand whether programmers such as you or Jonathan Blow are so fluent with a language that you're able to write a lot of code with no assistance, then seek help when you encounter obstacles or need to implement a feature you're unfamiliar with. I know you read SDK books for fun. I want to know how long it took before you had the knowledge to make your first game. Asking because I may work with a programmer if needed, but I'd prefer to keep creative control.


You can’t quantify it with a time. Technically, I made my first “game” thing when I was 11 years old…a few days after I started learning BASIC. You don’t need to be a programmer like me or Jon to make a game. You simply have to work within your skillset. My skillset is highly technical so it’s easier for me to build the bones of whatever I want, however I can’t draw at all so I either need to work with someone that can draw, or contract it out. The only reason I know that is because I know where my skills are strong and where they are weak. It sounds like what you need to do is figure out your skills. The way you do that is by trying and failing. If you want to try to code your first game, try it. If it doesn’t get done within a time you’re comfortable with, realize that you’re not strong in programming and find a way to do the project differently or find someone to fill in. Right now, if you’re just starting out, worry less about maintaining creative control and worry more about making something. If the thing you want to retain creative control over is really important to you don’t work on it right now, save it for later and work on something else. The key here is work.


Artwork and calligraphy by Joanne Vu. JMC Academy, Sydney.

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Hayley’s Hair 2013-2014

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"He’s seven years older, but we just connect and I feel like I have more in common with him than anyone else in my life. He’s my best friend."

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Paramore, A Day In The Life 2/2

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//cats & boxes

are you fuckin kiddin me

"If I fits, I sits" applies to all cats

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the world cup is officially over and i can say robin van persie had the best goal of the tournament 






fucking iconic

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Cause after all this time, i’m still into you

Cause after all this time, i’m still into you

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Don’t make stuff because you want to make money — it will never make you enough money. And don’t make stuff because you want to get famous — because you will never feel famous enough. Make gifts for people — and work hard on making those gifts in the hope that those people will notice and like the gifts. John Green (via this-is-dedicated)

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"Found one of my old journals from right around the time we were heading out on tour with NFG in the UK early 2008. I started reading it and couldn’t help but cry a little bit, because that person was really confused and very lost, and as it went on, the person behind the pen seemed to get a little bit stronger… That part felt good. It was the reminder I needed that right now I’m as strong as ever. There really isn’t a point to telling you all of this, except maybe I want to thank you, because you are a constant reminder that I’m not as lost as I once was.” 

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