Disclaimer: I have no idea how animation programs work so this is either revolutionary or I just figured something out on my own with no research.
So I had an idea for an animation program where you build the model to be animated, but instead of going with it frame by frame, you make a node in a body part and make a track for it to move along, thereby simulating movement.
I am experience dissatisfaction.
Found out due date for physics homework passed two days earlier than usual and I only got a 60% on it. Also extra credit from survey ended yesterday. I hope I pass this class.
Good thing is I took care of a lab report for another class, that was due tonight.
I also made it fancy and did a web page embed + download link (the rest of my team members have just gone with a download link).
I don't want everything to be a download. Lemme view in browser, dangit.
Something I think about sometimes is the world of One Punch Man.
So far, across both the manga and anime (which are both at the same point now), there's just the one continent that's canon, consisting of 26 cities, City A-Z.
Are these the only cities? Maybe they're massive, so yes. Maybe they're small, and there's just a shit ton of ocean. Otherwise, there must be more than one landmass that we're not told about.
People looking dumb is a minefield, because either they're actually being dumb and it's awkward for them, or they're being sarcastic and you look dumb for thinking they're not.
That's one of the downsides of text-speaking. Sarcasm relies on both context and tone, the latter of which doesn't exist in text form or can only be approximated by exaggerating so much that the subtlety that sells it becomes pointless.
Turning off Twitter for the week has done weird things to my psyche.
I feel a bit more productive (although I'm in my finals phase so there's a bit less to do, as counterintuitive as that sounds), and I'm actually writing more of my book, which is much rarer than it should be.
That and I somehow feel even more listless because I'm not used to not feeling obligated to check on the happenings of dozens of people.
Here's another cool power idea.
It's inspired by Accelerator's Vector Manipulation.
Specifically, he manipulates spacial vectors, allowing him to control how fast things move and the direction they move in.
So, imagine the ability to control time vectors. What's that mean?
In a simple way, the user could touch something and move it backward or forward along its personal timeline. Controlling the age of things, reversing actions, etc.
Autumn falls upon Stardew.