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cel-shaded portrait of a Shadowrun RP character, commissioned by @slunkymcgee! Equipped with a gun, for when a situation calls for a heavier touch than hacking or diplomacy.

Here’s my commission info!

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stuff for Code: Titan, the first story i’ve ever finished and the first webcomic i plan on making. 

simply put it’s about reese, a young boy who, after his father is abducted, crash lands escapes to a desert with his caretaker robot hart. from there they must find a way back home, and who has taken reese’s father. also it has robots, mad science and kids going on high-speed motorcycle chases so

anonymous asked:

first of all, you are amazing! second of all, you are the only french person i follow (to my knowledge), so i don't know who else to ask: do you know any french kids shows? my french isn't good enough to watch movies or stuff, but it should be good enough for kids shows

Aaaawww hello there and thank you!!!

I think we mostly rip things off other countries? I mean, not RIP OFF you know, but we broadcast a lot of tv shows for children that originated in the US or in Japan. Though we do have:

  • Wakfu (I really like the designs)
  • Code Lyoko (Sci-fi ish, I didn’t like the aesthetics much as a kid but I get how it can appeal to some people)
  • Shuriken school (Ninja school with shenanigans it’s nice)
  • Martin matin (IT.WAS.THE.SHIT LITERALLY THE CONCEPT IS SO GOOD! It’s about a boy who wakes up as something different every day, a vampire, a bee, a caveman… so good)
  • Esprits fantômes (SO GOOD TOO. It was about a guy who inherits an old house in which ghosts live, and the ghosts are super friendly and help him solve crimes or something??? at least that’s how I remember it)
  • Famille Pirate (It’s about a family of pirates. It’s really nice)

anonymous asked:

Hi sorry to bother you, but I wanted to ask you a question. How did you start coding? I would like to start, but I don't know where or how to start. Any advice?

Oh man! I was hoping someone would ask me this eventually!! I love helping people get started with programming (I’m currently teaching my house mate!)

This one ended up long so this and this are the two most essential links from this post.


So I got started with programming in high school. I had always wanted to make video games when I was a kid, and I heard that you needed to know how to program. So I took Programming I and fell in love. I proceeded to take Programming II and AP Computer Science before graduating. In all three courses  we learned a programming language called Java. In my opinion it is one of the easiest languages to learn because it really just takes common sense to understand. From here on out just assume I am talking about Java.


The best way to get started really depends on where you are in life and how quickly you’d like to get started.

If you are in high school find out if you are a STEM school! If you are it is more than likely your school offers some sort of programming course. If you’re not a STEM school, find out why the hell not?? If you’re school isn’t a STEM school it needs to be, because STEM fields are SO important.

If you are in college take a programming course! Most colleges offer some sort of Intro to Programming course. If you’re school offers Computer Science as a major then your university DEFINITELY will. If not, check the math department!

If you are not in school anymore, or would like to get started right away what’s to follow will be the beggening steps to get started, as well as some good resources to help learn more.


To get started check out THIS post for a larger list of free and paid online classes and other tools.

When programming you usually need a way to “compile” your code. Compiling is a process that turns your human readable code into machine readable executables. Most people use whats called an IDE (Integrated Development Environment). In layman’s terms, and IDE is a program you use to both write code and then run it. The most popular IDE in the world is called Eclipse. However, it can be confusing, especially for beginners. So I would recommend using BlueJ to get started. BlueJ is an IDE designed specifically with the beginner in mind. It does wonders to get yourself started with programming. Once you understand Java it becomes easy to pick up and learn other languages.

Once you have an IDE installed you can start programming! But.. you need help learning! While Oracle has been.. controversial in their business practices lately they have one of the best Java tutorials out there. If you get bored with that one, check out this site and this site.


I hope that helps! These are all the places I have had the best luck. Once you feel you have Java down, return and we can discuss C++ or what other interests you have in programming!

Until next time.

Originally posted by whatsaftertheparty