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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2015-10-01, 19:07

I caught a massive cold today, and currently I am unable to escape from my bed. This sucks - I planned to make some promo screenshots.

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2015-10-01, 19:52

Sorry to hear that. We will have enough time to create promo screenshots, so take your time. Get well soon Smile
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2015-10-02, 09:05

I had a very Enroth related inactive September month. :s
I was working on something and... suddenly no more power. I feel power comes back theses days; October may be a good month for my Enroth-related stuffs. Smile

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2015-11-15, 08:27

Got a personal Twitter for myself, finally.

https://twitter.com/AndrewVodyankin

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-01-03, 05:08

Happy New Year everybody Very Happy I hope you all came safe trough the new year. As usual a new version of HotA is ready (1.4) and it looks good as always. It seems a new creature has found its way to Erathia...

I have unfortunatly not very much time for modding at the moment because of exams, but around the end of January I am more than ready to continue! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-01-04, 07:36

Happy New Year! May it bring us many nice surprises (especially Might & Magic ones Very Happy ) I also hope that you spent Christmas time in magical atmosphere, my friends. All those, who still await festival I wish warmth, happiness and wonderful time with family.

In Poland there is exceptionally without snow this year, but frost is catching stronger and stronger. Of course, it's easier to stay at home when a computer is warming with a new HotA version Razz It's a pity, that there is still no Forge, but those new tentacle-like creatures and tons of new objects makes me want spend some time on making extraordinary map. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-01-04, 20:07

There can be something Forge-related soon. Just a sixth sense Smile

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-01-04, 23:46



Very Happy


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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-01-04, 23:50

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Very Happy

Now you got my attention Very Happy It looks great!
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-01-06, 02:17

:cyclops: I keep my fingers crossed!
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-01-06, 10:11

Not so soon, maybe spring or summer.
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-11, 06:21

Losing the keys from your car is a major pain in the ass.

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-11, 08:38

Damn, sorry to hear that. I guess you don't have a copy of them somewhere?
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-11, 22:08

Already dealt with the problem. Modern cars cannot have more than 1 completely active ignition key, only one can be programmed to bear that function at once. So that I had to spend some money to re-program a duplicate to bear that function.

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-11, 22:42

Well, hopefully it wasn't too expensive.
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-12, 00:43

That reminds me a fun anecdote.

Once we were rehearsing with one of my bands (because I used to be so cool lol, now it's over though, I completely sold out to jazz lol ), and rehearsal was taking place in a basement under the office's drummer (his workplace). We headed out to have a smoke. When we finished the smoke, the drummer noticed he had left the keys inside, and the building had this kind of doors you can't open without the key, even if the lock is open. It was around 3 am, it was snowing outside, and we were in t-shirts. Rock! The drummer had a spare key in his car, but his car key was along the other one in the basement. We called some breakdown service but they couldn't do anything and told us to call the police instead. The police was even more clueless, and in a hilarious way: one of the policemen actually really tried to lockpick the keyhole with a freaking hanger! LOL, he tried for about 10 mns and we were just trying not to laugh out loud too hard in his face. Very Happy
In the end the drummer simply broke the window of his own car to get the spare key so we could head back. Morality of the story: never trust drummers.
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-12, 05:29

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because I used to be so cool lol, now it's over though, I completely sold out to jazz
Hah, but we both know that many people switch to jazz when they actually become cool. Wink

Oh well, a broken window (especially when it's snowing) should have been kinda painful. We actually have some companies which are in fact legalized professional hijackers who are able to open virtually any lock. One day we had to call them when my mother forgot the keys inside the car. It required only 5 minutes to open a Mitsubishi L200 for a guy, without any scratches and stuff. World is a scary place to live. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-12, 06:22

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Ah, those neverending stories about the drummers being the bad guys lol

Yeah they rock haha, although one of my fav is about singers, as they usually do everything by ear and don't bother much with theory and such:

Is a jazz quartet rehearsing and the pianist decides the song will be played in F tonality. Then the singer slowly whispers to his ear, "err, in F? Don't you think it will be a bit too fast?" :face:
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-12, 06:45

Well, that's so true also lol. I think I'm still gonna learn theory someday. Probably, when I'll be about 30. lol

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-12, 10:05

Well, I started studying theory fairly late, around 26 I think. And still, there is some advanced harmony stuff I'm not entirely comfortable with yet. The logic is very messed up, and it takes time to assimilate the concepts. The same sentence can get an entire new meaning a couple of years later. I would suggest to learn it as soon as possible for that reason. But you need a good approach, and most books are hard to understand. I had the chance to meet a great teacher and I have to say I considered harmony to be useless before it became one of my most crucial allies as a pianist. In the end you only think in numbers, is just cadenzas moving with functions, very messed up. It's all about tension/resolution and what you are allowed to do within the tonal rules, and in fact there is much more to do that one would expect, some stuff which would sound completely crazy is in fact completely logical and within the boundaries.
However, unless you intend to explore jazz, harmony or at least advanced harmony is not really necessary imo (unless you have a crappy ear), I made classical studies without needing it, the advantage with classical music is that everything is written on the paper to the slightest detail, there is even indications for interpretation (that you can choose to follow or not). Knowing and practicing your scales on the other hand might seem tedious but pays off, transposition is hard but powerful. Good exercises is to follow basic harmonic sheets and sing the triads or tetrads in rhythm, or transpose a simple riff, on a blues in example.
Whenever you feel like it, I can help you if you get some questions. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-14, 03:22

That's very nice of you, thanks for the offer. Probably, I will find time for theory a little earlier than I have planned. Smile

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-17, 08:19

Waw, I came back from Japan... Very Happy Japan

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-17, 08:44

Wow, that was quite a long trip. Glad to have you back GodRage. What is Japan like? Very Happy


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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-17, 09:42

Yeah I stayed some months in Tokyo. Very Happy

Japan is like another planet. There is things that are "Japan only", my favorite one is the Kotatsu, a little hot table for winter... Smile


Of course there is japaneses foods for exemple, but each country have his own food... But not each country have his own stuff. Smile

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PostSubject: Re: The Floody Land   2016-02-17, 09:45

Haha, nice. That looks like a sweet and cozy table Smile
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