Monday's Online Work

@egdcltd (6692)
September 12, 2016 3:36pm CST
I published a post on the science fiction site. This was socially promoted and I made the usual posts and interactions on myLot and bitLanders. I republished a former Bubblews article on the clothing site. I've finally started on my rebuild of this site. I have a number of former Bubblews articles that are appropriate to it that were designed to get search engine traffic (and did, for a while at least). These will be the backbone of the new site, with the new content built around them. They will also probably be expanded. I did some work on nineteen role playing game supplements and three InfoBarrel articles. Approximately 1,700 words were written today. Continuing with the Blender 3D modelling tutorial series, today's main creations were a volcano (a rather slumped one; perhaps it's Hawaiian) and a penguin (currently uncoloured, but it looks better than I expected). Image: Me
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• Preston, England
13 Sep 16
Sounds like a lot of work, especially covering 19 role playing features
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@egdcltd (6692)
13 Sep 16
That generally happens when I can't manage to do a single large creative piece, so I do lots of little bits on many, often only a few dozen words, just to advance things a bit (and hope for inspiration to strike).
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• Preston, England
13 Sep 16
@egdcltd every word counts so a few sentences here and there should be welcome too
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@egdcltd (6692)
13 Sep 16
@arthurchappell Yes, every little advances a project at least a bit.
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@Happy2BeMe (74743)
• Canada
12 Sep 16
Another good day for you with lots of accomplishments. You are very organized and disciplined. I enjoy reading how much you get done every day.
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@egdcltd (6692)
13 Sep 16
Thanks!
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@Happy2BeMe (74743)
• Canada
13 Sep 16
@egdcltd you are welcome!
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@marlina (73885)
• Canada
13 Sep 16
You sure keep yourself busy!
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@egdcltd (6692)
13 Sep 16
Always plenty to do!
@nomus24g (22925)
• India
12 Sep 16
3D modelling is an interesting topic
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@egdcltd (6692)
13 Sep 16
It is, and getting rather effective these days. Plus you can convert the 3D models into 3D printer models (if I had a 3D printer; I'd like one).
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@skysnap (17817)
12 Sep 16
Penguin looks closer to completion. Have you tried movement as of yet. I wish I could see some of your art in animated form. maybe youtube channel?
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@egdcltd (6692)
13 Sep 16
It looks surprisingly realistic, as it didn't when I was modelling it. I did learn about bones a couple of days ago, so I can add them and pose a figure. I'm unsure whether I'm going to be doing anything animated, as what I'm learning it for is to make still images rather than games or videos.
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