CSS3 Patterns Gallery — This small collection of CSS3 patterns is pretty neat. The code is simple enough to grok!
Today my daughter and I tackled Chansey. She initially wanted to work on Blissey, but I’m trying to convince her to focus on the first generation of Pokémon for now. Timelapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together using Quik by GoPro.
Our first Pokemon today was Gengar. For this painting, Emily drew the Pokémon and I painted it. It was a nice change of pace. As soon as we finished this painting, Emily wanted to do another. (Two in one day was enough, though.) Timelapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together using… Continue reading Gengar
For this painting we did something a little different. I sketched out Gastly for Emily and myself. Then we painted side by side. I learned a valuable lesson while recording… always make sure you have enough storage before doing a longer timelapse. I ran out of room mid-capture. :/ Timelapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for… Continue reading Gastly
In this video we collaborated on Pikachu. It’s a mixture of ink and Copic markers. About This Video My five-year-old daughter and I have been collaborating on an art project. We usually tackle 1 or 2 Pokémon daily and I’ve been recording the process.Time lapse footage was captured using Hyperlapse for iOS and then put together… Continue reading Pikachu
Emily insisted on drawing this morning, and I know it’s not a first-generation Pokémon, but Pichu was too cute NOT to work on. About This Video My five-year-old daughter and I have been collaborating on an art project. We usually tackle 1 or 2 Pokémon daily and I’ve been recording the process.Time lapse footage was… Continue reading Pichu
(Disclaimer: Product links do have an Amazon affiliate tag. This is not an advertisement paid for by Anker. I love their stuff and want to see it more people’s hands.) You’ve no doubt noticed by now that playing games like Pokemon Go that rely on active GPS use do a number on phone battery life.… Continue reading Pokemon Go Gear Essentials
Pokemon Go players are mad. Niantic knows tracking’s important in PokemonGo otherwise they wouldn’t have launched with it. What they launched with wasn’t scaleable. Period. “I can’t catch them all. Niantic sucks.” Because apparently managing an international game leveraging real-world locations, active gym battles, hundreds of thousands of concurrent Pokémon capture attempts, and… Continue reading Dear PoGo fans: Chill.
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“When we see a Code of Conduct the understanding is that those rules will be enforced. In our minds, saying “Code of Conduct” is the same as saying “Enforced Code of Conduct.” If you have that policy in place, and you do not enforce it, then you put your entire organization at risk.“
This is a great read. All events should have a Code of Conduct. Period. Conference Organizers have a responsibility to protect their attendees, speakers, volunteers, and staff. A Code of Conduct can’t/won’t stop bad people from doing bad things, but it sets a baseline for acceptable behavior. (Just because people should act appropriately in a professional setting, doesn’t mean they will.) Organizers need to take enforcement seriously as well. Bad behavior shouldn’t be encouraged or tolerated.