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PC Games / Re: Vampire the Masquerade Bloodlines 2
« Last post by martyk on Today at 05:21:49 am »
Well, certainly glad they're giving the game more time for polish, and hopefully won't have to crunch as hard as a result.

That said, dang.  Been really looking forward to this one and want to get my hands on it.  Ah well, it's done when it's done.
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Art / Re: The Merry Doodles and Sketches Thread!
« Last post by PatMan33 on Yesterday at 07:20:49 pm »
It is good. Also the guy with sunglasses is correct and the Oompa Loompa is wrong.
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PC Games / Re: Vampire the Masquerade Bloodlines 2
« Last post by PatMan33 on Yesterday at 07:19:17 pm »
Release date is a vague "2020"... so we'll see. Wouldn't mind a delay to 2021.
Hot damn! They delayed it to 2021.

This is great news!
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Everything Else / Re: Side projects and tinkering
« Last post by PatMan33 on Yesterday at 05:37:13 pm »
A friend and I want to hike the Appalachian Trail (and not just in the way that John Edwards did huehuehuehuehue) but that particular trail is known to attract vagrants and unsavory types. So it is advisable to bring a weapon in addition to not going it alone.
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Art / Re: The Merry Doodles and Sketches Thread!
« Last post by sgore on August 11, 2020, 04:28:14 pm »
Iím realizing thereís a bunch of comics I did I donít think I ever shared to the forum:

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Everything Else / Re: Side projects and tinkering
« Last post by sgore on August 11, 2020, 12:33:04 am »
Pat, thatís awesome!

A friend Iíve know since elementary school got super into hiking about a year and a half ago. He did this extended walk which I believe took him across several states along the Atlantic coast. The daily updates he posted always impressed me. I think the trail is relatively well known in hiking circles (likely one of these: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long-distance_trails_in_the_United_States) but I donít remember the name. Either way, I got him a pair of binoculars ahead of the trip.

I also drew some comics about hiking a while back, but I canít speak to their accuracy.

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Everything Else / Re: Side projects and tinkering
« Last post by PatMan33 on August 10, 2020, 02:28:47 pm »
Sheesh I logged in yesterday to post and my internet ran out of juice and it was about time for bed. Oh well.

Went on an extensive hike this weekend. We only set out to do a few miles over a couple hours and ended up staying out for 12 hours and crapping out thirty miles of trails. Was very good. Same time next week, we said. We shall see.
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Everything Else / Re: Side projects and tinkering
« Last post by PatMan33 on August 05, 2020, 04:26:21 pm »
I like it!

My flip phone can't take pictures like that. :3

*photography snob moment: TIL a $1,000 phone has the camera of a $200 camera. :^)
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Everything Else / Re: Booze and Brew: The Homebrewing Topic
« Last post by PatMan33 on August 05, 2020, 04:24:48 pm »
Slow and steady! The best things from the kitchen take a while.
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Everything Else / Re: Side projects and tinkering
« Last post by martyk on August 05, 2020, 05:53:30 am »
Saw a picture of a similar piece online and wanted to try to figure out how to recreate it.  Basically, it's two lengths of leather cord knotted together with a button at one end.  Then, the beads are woven between the length of the two cords, before the ends are tied off in loops the button can fasten to.






As for my camera, it's just my phone.  I've got a Pixel 3A.  What's great is the Pixel 3, Google's mainline of that generation of phone, had one of the best cameras on the market.  When they made the 3a, a much cheaper model, they still used the same camera since they had them already.  The result is a phone with the camera of a $1000 phone, for a third of the price.
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