A home for updates, rants and eureka moments I come across during my time in LBP2.
Home of the Printz Diaries!
After a lot of fiddling last night, I finally managed to finish the music sequencer for this upcoming level. The singing parts aren't recorded or sequenced yet, but the song is now complete with Double Bass, Piano, Drums, and some funky echoey finger-clicking to introduce and end the song.
The fingerclicking in itself was a nightmare, as I couldn't just synch the sound object on the music
I published the Prologue on Tuesday night, and I've spent the majority of my playtime addicted to my recent activity ever since!
I'm amazed. Truly, utterly amazed at the reaction that our little movie has had. Hubby and I couldn't be more thrilled. Playcount isn't everything - but seeing our creation receive so many kind compliments has been a major boost for us during a pretty stressful week.
Thanks so much to everyone who's supported me
Finally! Remake of the first chapter of The Printz Diaries is almost at the publishing stage. All that's left is the critical eye of a few playtesters, checking for bugs and tweaks, and it should be up and running by the end of the week!
Whilst I was looking over the movie yesterday, I found myself reflecting yet again on how much further I've come with the tools
Updated 06-28-2011 at 01:30 PM by rialrees
Hubby and I have been continuing work on music sequencing the Prologue reboot today. Everything's coming along slowly, but it's all working out perfectly.
Music sequencing aside, the whole layout of the level in general is just so much improved. It's really strange going back to the original level to take objects out, and having to wade through a single mile-long sequencer (Yup. ONE sequencer!
There may be trouble ahead...
Okay, so a little while ago I published a level, well, more of a showcase really. It showed the synching of sung vocals with the music sequencer. I was pretty chuffed with it, and even though I look at it now and think about going back to improve it, I'm happy with it as it is.
Anwyay, that's besides the point. DajDaj03 suggested the idea of making a Jessica Rabbit video. At first