It appears that BZP makes a triumphant return.
So, what have i been doing over the past few days?
Well, i was surprised by the emergence of a new trailer for Kirby And the Forgotten Land, and even more surprised by the release of a 3 level-long demo for the game. The demo shows off new features like "Mouthful Mode", which you either love or hate. (I love it) The game really reminds me of Kirby's Blowout Blast, most likely due to both games having B I G K I R B Y
Evening, chaps. another Blog from me. so.... i have recently been playing Hollow Knight. it'll make you use your head for thinking on the spot to get out of tight situations, then it'll make you cry tears out of the eyes of that same head. so, i'm enjoying it!
In other news....
well recently i thought i'd try Stud io for the first time and made this little fella.
Well, i made like 10 of him. his name's Ben.
Well, we lived through 2021. it was a good year, and a bad year. it had some good stuff, and some bad stuff. i hope 2022 will be just as good, if not better. also, 2022 sounds so futuristic, right? so. you are most likely wondering: What does this have to do with "Updates"? There is "update" in the title of this entry. Well, it's a bit of a life update. i'm not going to finish the Christmas Tree review. i'm sorry, i just don't think i can take it anymore. i paused the film at this moment and rea
...why i am i still doing this? i could be having a Christmas party, or baking a cake, or posting something nice and helpful, or.....
Ah, screw it.
The Christmas Tree is a 1991 animated film about a bunch of orphans:
who believe that a pine tree will grant them a family.
They live under the evil rule of Ms. Mavilda:
Who hates them and stuff because she's evil. the film begins by explaining that every time the town's mayor donates to the orphanage, she take
Well, here we are. The Christmas Brigade. The sequel to The Christmas Light. So, the first film was bad enough in it's 22 minutes runtime, but the sequel- is over 60 minutes.
This film is possibly worse than it's predecessor. The plot goes that Santa, Burton, Jennifer and Isaac are now...a secret agency? they refer to themselves as the Christmas Brigade, who apparently have agents all over the world. The film begins with a camera shot of Santa's Workshop (which looks like a prison) and an
I love Christmas time. Snow, Elves, Hot drinks, Grinch-proofing the house- and Christmas films. I'll bet you've seen some Christmas films in your time. Some good, and some bad. Well, i have discovered a very, very weird film indeed. It is Called: The Christmas Light, from 1995. So, what is this film? It is an animated film that revolves around Santa, who's workshop's toy production is behind, for reasons unknown. So he goes to see one of his elves (Named Isaac) Who has invented a machine that ca
Well, it's simple as a, b, c.
i plug the hue animation camera into the PC i use, then load up the software that comes with it. I place the black curtain (anyone who has watched my videos will probably be familiar with said curtain) for use as a background. then i go into my building room and spend 2-3 minutes choosing what to animate with. then i begin using the camera and software, often drinking large quantities of water to hydrate myself. when i'm done i usually upload it to my youtube
i know what you're most likely thinking: Y ZORK R U TALKIN BOUT DIS 2 YEAR OL GAME
well, i have a wee story to tell you. i never liked this game all that much. it was just...well too microtransaction-y for my liking. but recently, i've started playing the game again. why? because i recently finished Deltarune chapter 1 and chapter 2, and i was hungry for more RPGs. i remembered super Kirby clash, so i started playing it again. it still far too microtransaction-y for my tastes, but i realise
Well, this be my blog. so, currently i'm working on stopmotions, ever since i got a stopmotion camera. Now i can make crazy animations with various figures and toys. If you have any ideas for bionicle related stopmotions, maybe comment 'em down below. Thanks, You've been a wonderful audience. Goodbye for now!