2/10/08 - 7/15/09
New site up, now. I neglected the old one for about a year and a half, and only actually maintained THAT one for about 4 1/2 months before giving up completely. Hopefully www.lokiclock.com/ will fare better.
Added a whole bunch of flash and it's STILL not all, because apparently I made so much spam in 2006 I don't even remember half of it and still don't know if I have all of it. I wish you could search the obituaries by author. Also, it's my sister's birthday today, so celebrations are to be afoot for good reason!
Lots more flash have now been added. There are ten left I have to upload that are hosted on Newgrounds, but after that there may still be some left I have not found. At least all my flash from this year up until the time of this posting have been uploaded.
No More Filler Pages
There are no more dead links on the Digital Drawings directory and many other pages on the site, as I have finally put real pages in their place! Plus, some old content is up, now. There are still a few pages left to add, but at least if you can click on a link it won't take you to the 404 or a filler page.
Hey Ho It's an Update
Haven't made a news post in a while, so I figure I'd make a gratuitous one. I have added since the last post various things, most recently being a "Manual of Style". This manual will be added on to over time, listing details like names of theme songs or typefaces frequently used to represent the character.
Hi there. I just wanted to note that I have made a website for Arthur Schoenig, a local metal sculptor. Check out the pictures of his work, and please send me comments and criticism on the design. The url is http://www.artschoenig.com/
First flash of 2009! Check it out in the flash movies section.
RSS and CSS
CHECK IT CHECK IT up there in the Info section I added one o' them Web 2.0 RSS dongles. NOW YOU CAN READ MY BLOG!!!!!!!!!!! As well, as you may have noticed, new color scheme!
New 4D Johnson Material
I've updated the Johnson 4D page, creating a render and video of another shape.
4D Johnson Explanation
Another Johnson 4D update, this time text explaining the process of making the analogues. In other news, today I found that someone added a hypercupolae
section to Wikipedia! For those of you who want to see the cubic and octahedral cupolae (which I have not made renders of), the constructions listed are the same as mine, and they do have renders for the tetrahedral, cubic, and octahedral cupolae. They do not have a render of the dodecahedral cupola yet, but the cell counts are indeed the same as from my notes.