"The ModDB community are basically like an army of Zombies and Whores, with the exception of a few. These people will tear apart anything that doesn't look of exceptional quality."
This is a rather big blog post and an announcement to show that I am not dead. I will try to keep it short and without incessant blabbering.
Life has been keeping me pretty busy and I haven't got much of a time or a creative input to be more active on the ModDB once again.
In the meantime I have (finally) created my own YouTube channel after writing a plan for it months ago and keeping it in limbo for even a longer period of time. Currently, my YouTube hosts just a few videos of various missions/campaigns from some of the most famous mods for the game Operation: Flashpoint. The game itself is quite an an old one and my main rationale behind the creation of this YT channel was that I wanted to show some unique gameplay for a game that is basically almost forgotten today. It is essentially a channel for the times of mission gameplays you guys probably haven't seen before. :)
This channel is very small and a bit disorganized (as with many other starting channels, I suppose). I plan to expand it a bit in the near future and to shift away from OFPR and old games into a something different, something more educational and informative perhaps. However, don't expect for the channel to be updated weekly with new content due to my life's schedule. All in all, I plan to shift to periodically shift the focus on the content in my channel, just as I did with the "screenshot storytelling" blog posts on this website a few years ago.
I have also taken a liking to webcomics lately as I discovered the websites of Tapas and Webtoon.
I have noticed that sadly, most of the comics uploaded on these websites are either stereotypical Anime-esque romance (I think like 80% is literally Anime romance with most of that being gay love stories to boot, not that there is anything wrong with that.), ghost/supernatural horror stories or some historical tales and some South Korean apocalypse survival tales. Therefore, I have been thinking about this and the platform that the website of Webtoon is and I have decided to kind of start my own webcomic. Since I cannot draw good enough for a war story comic, I have decided to make use of game as the graphics platform for the creation of my comic. I have noticed that this is a kind of a niche that some other creators also create webcomics in the style of. So, why not to try making something unique with just Arma 2 and its massive amount of mods combined with a image manipulation software? I think it is worth trying to do.
Currently, I have in plans a trilogy of sorts that is a short, 16 episodes/parts at maximum seperate story about a fictional, hypothetical war in the 21st century. "Taiwan 200x" is my most advanced in terms of finished content project that I will be uploading in the upcoming days. The webcomic is a story about a group of Taiwanese soldiers trying to survive a PLA invasion on a small island, far away from the Taiwan proper and the main war that happens sometime in the early 2000's. Also, I am not sure if I will continue to host via Webtoon or eventually switch over to Tapas if this turns as good as Tapas seems a bit more
user-friendly and not that "must be mobile device friendly!" creator experience in your face.
To sum up this blog post: I am not dead, just very, very busy (though still happy with life) and I will be once again trying to upload some of my creative stuff on the Internet as I did few years ago.
Have a good day, everyone! :)
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Damn, Stan Lee is dead.
When a Korean director makes a fantastic drama about one of the most important events in modern history of Korea but ends up with an unironically bad movie title.
The trailer looks good gotta add that movie to the list of movies to watch. You sent me a pm in march and now in May it looks like Koreans and Asia will have many problems solved. Next on the list the middle-east so we'll not have to watch more movies like these anymore.
Hm I've been watching many movies lately but nothing that I'd really want to recommend. That said I do know about this director who's made The Host. Imdb.com
I remember that movie from my teenage years, didn't watch it completely although I remember the most that scene with tilting your eyes backwards as a sign of lying.
Good movie, maybe I should watch it someday. :)
You once asked me from a good crime/action movie. I can't believe that I missed out on this one. Watched it lately on TV. Yeah the part with the eyes is gold to remember.