Man, I really thought I had the answer - what I am talking about in the last post, that is (The Land of Manuals). But just see how much time has past between this post and that one - and it appears it was a failed attempt.
Well, maybe it was. But that does not mean I am going to stop using this blog, nor that I will discontinue the "Land of Manuals."
I'll see if I can find some time today or tomorrow in order to write the first installment of the series (episode isn't quite the word, installment is a natural fit though ;). However, currently I am busy working on a new project: Prism.
I am not quite telling you much about it just yet - but I can tell you it will supposedly become a flash movie series. Those who know me in real life might know, I cannot draw. If I have a ruler and can look at what I am drawing every two seconds AND the shapes are easy, I might produce something that is recognizable (NB: that is, I have (and take) a lot of time to work on it as well). That means I won't be able to produce a nice flash movie (let alone a series), right?
Wrong. I can't draw, but I am not going to draw. I am going to model it in 3D. I am going to make models of everything I want in the movies and animate it with the models - and when I rendered a movie out of that I will convert it to flash.
It does take forever, though (I have spent a great number of hours on a single eye socket now...).