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 No.394[Reply]

Do you watch any artsy youtube channels, sushis?

I like watching miniature ones.
They mostly work with building little kits that you purchase online and you get everything from the wood to the wall papers and the little pieces to assemble things like tables and chairs.
It's fun.

Some of the channels I watch are:

HMS2 (this one also has videos on crafting miniature food and furniture)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCseOe3MfK8d2IjK2NoEpnaA

Kixkillradio
https://www.youtube.com/user/overtunesheng

The Square to Spare
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 No.449

>>429
thank you so much for this

 No.450

>>429
David Bull is maximum comfy.

 No.452

Royal Skies LLC is really useful and doesn't waste time for Blender tutorials

 No.453

>>429
Careful editing and the natural sounds of the work being done is very relaxing. If the video was sped up, with music playing in the background, the entire experience would've been so much harsher.

 No.467

>>429
Recently learned he streams on twich too.

https://www.twitch.tv/japaneseprintmaking



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 No.431[Reply]

Has anyone ever started a project in RPG maker? I wonder how many unfinished games there have been over the years. I bet at least a few of them were good too!
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 No.448

>>447
Has anyone tried incorporating RPGMaker into a visual novel? I wonder if that, or something similar, would create enough contrast to make the gameplay more engaging for longer…

 No.451

I got this urge one day to make a shitty rpg maker game, but later I decided to program it my self. Haven't really made much progress :D

 No.454

I helped make a silly cyberpunk rpgmaker game for the ludum dare last year: https://gelatolabs.itch.io/catachresis

fun engine

 No.456

>>447
that's what the plugin system is for

 No.460

>>431
No but games in game maker yes



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Does anyone else listen to music constantly while making things?
I find myself quickly bored if I don't listen to music.
Then again, when I do it will often make me more impatient and influence my ideas.
Often times I'll do something good then realise afterwards that I turned music off at some point and forgot to turn it back on.

I wonder if I should just make music something that I give dedicated time to, rather than having it overlap. Maybe then I can enjoy music more and make better stuff away from it.


Does music affect any of you guys in this way?
Do you think it's a net benefit or not?
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 No.439

i turn off music if i needa focus.

 No.440

>>438
oh hey, thanks for the link and the vid. With it I also discovered yet another site named invidio.us so will take a look at how they work and stuff

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>>418
A year passed since I wrote this and now I work for radio :) and still frequent sushi :)

 No.442

>>441
That's very nice sushi, working doing something related to what you love is truly awesome.

 No.444

>>441
Well done
Since I made a conscious effort to pay attention to what I listen I had to ditch music, even ambient, to concentrate on something else.
Music deserves proper attention imo



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 No.430[Reply]

In case any sushi rolls from smuglo.li happened to hop on over to sushigirl (since this is a comfy place to spend a saturday night if the bunker is down), the stream is still happening. We've migrated to /cafe/'s imageboard in the mean time.

https://sushi roll.cafe/cafe/res/60.html
Stream can be found here:
http://torpisu.caster.fm/

Thank you for your time.


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Would gunmithing be allowed here?

Post your vids, pictures, channels, builds, parts kits et.c related to gunsmithing (but other weapons are allowed too).

http://thehomegunsmith.com/

http://www.weaponeer.net/

https://ak-builder.com/index.php

https://www.apexgunparts.com/parts-kits.html

https://www.gunpartscorp.com/

https://www.centerfiresystems.com/
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Traditional long rifle kits are fun as well. Works of art honestly. Track of the Wolf is premier for their kits.

 No.410

Let's say I've never done this before. I've shot before and quite enjoyed it but don't own a gun. What's the best place to start with gunsmithing? I've watched a ton of videos from MidwayUSA on YouTube. I have some fairly good tool skills though not much practical experience on CNC machines or lathes or drill presses or anything like that.

 No.416

just gonna leave this here
https://web.archive.org/web/20160911085850/https://murdercube.com/files/Gunsmithing/
the murdercube archive has plenty on gunsmithing, rocketry, murder, political shit, humor and basically anything /k/ related. Enjoy.

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 No.423

>>422
That’s beautiful sushi, thank you for sharing.

On a related note, I’ve been thinking about making my own single shot breach loading shotgun. I’d like to make most of the parts myself, just to see if I could do it, but I want to order the barrel because I lack both the machinery to make one and the confidence that I could prouduce one of any quality which would be safe to shoot from. I stumbled on barrel blanks online for a pretty good price (https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/586800) and was thinking of buying it. A barrel blank would already have the muzzle bored out and the barrel heat treated correct? It would simply need to have the breach and hand guard attached to it. Or is it an untreated rod of steel and I’ve misunderstood things?



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