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Layered TileMap Support

by Cory on March 5, 2019

About a month or two ago, I made the decision to simplify my TileMap class so that no tiles could overlap. I believe that's the way that almost everyone else does it. Previously I wanted to have it so that I only needed 1 TileMap object ...

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    F'ed up Dream about Job Hunting

    by Cory on April 8, 2015

    I had this super messed up dream about job hunting last night. I dreamed that I was heading towards a job interview and I was on the bus. My mom was there and she told me she set me up with this company and don't worry about it because she handled...

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    I Painted my Sketchbook Cover

    by Cory on April 3, 2015

    Now there's a symbol I didn't think I'd see again. My sketchbook is totally legit now.

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    Time to Complete the Stack

    by Cory on March 31, 2015

    I'm trying to add more widgets and tools to my admin dashboard and it's becoming increasingly clear that I need to add more javascript to my site. (Well, after I outfit the site with HTML5 features and tags.) I've been avoiding javascript up until...

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    A New Perspective

    by Cory on March 27, 2015

    Every once and a while, you should just drop everything and lie on the ground for a few minutes. It really sheds a new perspective on everything. First of all, the things you saw that were upright are now all sideways and stuff. Everything you too...

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    A Foot and a Tree

    by Cory on March 26, 2015

    Yesterday was a big drawing day for me! I spent the morning at Stanford, then drove up to San Francisco and hung out in the Presidio to go rock climbing in the afternoon. This freaking beats sitting in a cubicle for 8 hours and having fat, old, wh...

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    Fuck It, Let's Draw a Tree

    by Cory on March 23, 2015

    Today I drew a tree. I was going to draw a building, and then I drew a tree instead.

    I'm quite proud of it actually. I have a few older palm trees from farther away, but I think this one is much more detailed and not as tentatively outlined. As...

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    Half Assed Gestures from Mission Peak

    by Cory on March 22, 2015

    It was so early that Sunday morning that the sun wasn't fully out and the usual California dawn was overcast with foreboding clouds. In the dim, blue light of the morning it was obvious that the forecast was going to be rain and cold. Naturally, I...

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    New Dashboard UI

    by Cory on March 22, 2015

    Woot woot. I just spend like a week and a half of not leaving my goddamn room so I could put in a change to my admin dashboard and overhaul a bunch of css styles and small bells and whistles. There's absolutely no difference to the public facing w...

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