One of my favorite examples of a tutorial with no words is in The Witness. The entire game is full of introducing new concepts and meshing them with old ones in a way so the player can understand without having to be told how to do it. Below is a video of the very beginning, but really the whole...
I'm having trouble remembering the strings, since ukulele is GCEA and violin is GD... I already forgot aha. They are very similar so I mix them up a lot. I am getting better at placing my fingers in the right positions though.
I got a 4/4 Palatino. It was used, but I showed it to my friend who's been playing for around 12 years and she said it was really good. She said the strings are new so it'll be a little weird while I break them in, and I should get a neck rest, but otherwise there wasn't anything wrong with it.
Hey! I'm Atlas. Nice to meet you :D
I have a question, if you don't mind. How do you pronounce your first language, and what country is it from? I love learning about languages and I've not seen that one before.
Stopped procrastinating and decided to try out parallax mapping. I used Celianna's sci-fi tiles and Abyss's Futuristic tiles. Gonna try actually putting it in the game (after reading a ton of tutorials) and see how it works. :D
The one good thing about leaving a game to sit for over a month is coming back to it and seeing how some parts could be done much better, some parts should be taken out, and some things should be added so it flows better. Fresh eyes are always good.
Welp, the bullying hadn't let up so I decided to make him a marchpane cake with Miku Hatsune on it, cause marchpane is his favorite food. :3 I wish I knew how to bake better. I'm better at making non-bake homemade candy sweets.