Strike number three.

Today’s item: My YouTube channel. So far, I’ve only uploaded videos of me solving Slither Link puzzles very very fast.

Tools used: Slither Link puzzles from Kwontomloop.com, plus CamStudio as my recording software. And YouTube, of course.

Time taken: I’ve solved at least one puzzle per day on Kwontomloop.com for roughly the last eight years. In comparison to that, the time needed to record and upload the videos is negligible.

Comment: Recording videos is an interesting experience – more time-consuming than I initially expected, but a valuable experience nonetheless.

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My two cents.

Today’s item: This image / wallpaper. (Click for the full image.)

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Makeshift title: The Summoning.

Tools used: Silk – Interactive Generative Art for the drawing. Also,  A list of phrases about numbers for inspiration regarding the titles.

Comment: Silk is a brilliant website. I have no experience with art whatsoever beyond school classes, but even I know that symmetry is associated with beauty. Silk provides multiple symmetry options, with the curious result that pretty much *anything* I draw in there looks intriguing to me. In this case, I was very lucky to end up with something looking vaguely humanoid.

PS: Here you can see how I made this with Silk.

First time’s a charm.

Today’s item: this website, a wordpress blog.

Tools used: WordPress.com, The Twenty Twelve Theme, Google.

Time needed: 10 min today, but I had already found a webhosting service and theme I liked, and that was the most time-consuming part.

Comment: There’s obviously nigh-infinite room to improve this site, but I’d rather start posting on a barely functional site than lose motivation on this project while tinkering with the site.