Last night, I quickly put together a video about how Julia transforms work in iterated function series flames. By “Julia”, I mean julian, juliaq, julia3D, julia3Dz, etc. – The transforms in JWildfire labeled with “julia” (except salamander and one other, … Continue reading
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My first post on Japanese, offering you some tools and accompanying advice (most of which is in the latter half of this article).
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First, if you don’t know what .hack is, see my post on the .hack franchise. .hack//Quantum takes place in the World R:X, another generation of the MMORPG developed by CC Corp. The story is about three girls who hang out … Continue reading
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Newgrounds has definitely undergone some changes over the years. It used to be primarily for music (Newgrounds Audio Portal), but now it’s home to art and video games as well.
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Tagged 7, 7x, abstract, addicting, Adobe, animation, apophysis, arrow keys, art, artists, arts, audio, available, bullet, bullets, colorful, defense, DeviantArt, difficulty, download, free, fun, game, games, gaming, gif, image, images, level, link, links, moderate, moderately, music, neat, Newgrounds, orbit, original, photoshop, picture, pictures, play, Portal, pretty, rainbow, revolution, rotation, sharing, showcasing, space, sphere, spheres, swarm, trippy, unique, vector, video, videogames, waves, web, website, webspace, x
This blog is not intended for anime reviews and I have no intention of turning it into one (for one thing, I don’t watch enough anime). But, having watched Last Exile this past summer and having just finished Last Exile … Continue reading
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Allow me to introduce you to Narcissu, produced by Stage Nana (here, let’s translate some of that). There are three visual novels (two being free to play): the Narcissu (the original), Narcissu Side 2nd, and Narcissu 3rd – Die Dritte … Continue reading
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dot hack is awesome. Of course, I should specify what it is and what I like about it, (there are some things I don’t like).
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