The past week I have been continuing progress on my dual-stick shooter game made in Godot (I will write a post about it), troubleshooting a lot of GDPR stuff, reading Heart of darkness more and, buying new plants.
The focus with it has been primarily on tilesets and sprites. I am still finding my way in pixel art and I need a way to make the game feel a bit more unique. Here is a sneak peek:
With that said I am feeling really good about it so far. I have consistently devoted at least 30 minutes a day working out something with the game. It's become a real part of my day to day now.
I bought two lovely plants yesterday:
On the left is 'Green Orange', Chlorophytum Orchidastrum
On right is 'Peace Lily', Spathiphyllum Bellini
I want to get a lucky bamboo soon, just need to get rocks and a nice glass container!
Heart of darkness
The book by Joseph Conrad is quite something, it has a unique writing style that puts you in the eyes of the protagonist and so it is quite involving. I hope to finish it this week and maybe have some concrete thoughts; as of right now I think it is a great book.
- Client stuff that takes about half of my time each week
- A 2D dual-stick shooter made in Godot
- Organising all of my projects and picking a few to focus on