Project Morior

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Having recently agreed to provide technical help to Jenny for her adventure game (a final year Illustration project), I got to indulge an old hobby of mine that I haven’t done so in quite a while; photography. Armed with a Canon PowerShot S3 and a new tripod, we went out to take some Myst-like shots in and around Portsmouth. It was only the first day of picture-taking, but a good start. What we neglected to consider was the weather.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most of the pictures we got came out nicely despite the rain and torrential winds, but we sure got wet. A few pictures did end up suffering from ‘wet-lens’ though, which can be a cool effect but isn’t quite what we’re going for. We did, however, get some nice 360-degree shots of inside some of the structures of Old Portsmouth that should be pretty good for an adventure game!

Now comes the fun decision; flash, HTML 5/JavaScript or something else altogether… Ah well, to be decided.

Check out the project website if you want to follow development.

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-Having recently agreed to provide technical help to Jenny for her adventure game (a final year Illustration project), I got to indulge an old hobby of mine that I haven't done so in quite a while; photography. Armed with a Canon PowerShot S3 and a new tripod, we went out to take some Myst-like shots in and around Portsmouth. It was only the first day of picture-taking, but a good start. What we neglected to consider was the weather. +Having recently joined Jenny in an endeavour to create an adventure game, I got to indulge an old hobby of mine that I haven't done so in quite a while; photography. Armed with a Canon PowerShot S3 and a new tripod, we went out to take some Myst-like shots in and around Portsmouth. It was only the first day of picture-taking, but a good start. What we neglected to consider was the weather.
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Most of the pictures we got came out nicely despite the rain and torrential winds, but we sure got wet. A few pictures did end up suffering from 'wet-lens' though, which can be a cool effect but isn't quite what we're going for. We did, however, get some nice 360-degree shots of inside some of the structures of Old Portsmouth that should be pretty good for an adventure game! Most of the pictures we got came out nicely despite the rain and torrential winds, but we sure got wet. A few pictures did end up suffering from 'wet-lens' though, which can be a cool effect but isn't quite what we're going for. We did, however, get some nice 360-degree shots of inside some of the structures of Old Portsmouth that should be pretty good for an adventure game!
Now comes the fun decision; flash, HTML 5/JavaScript or something else altogether... Ah well, to be decided. Now comes the fun decision; flash, HTML 5/JavaScript or something else altogether... Ah well, to be decided.
Check out the <a title="Project Morior" href="http:// morior.co.uk">project website</a> if you want to follow development. Check out the <a title="Project Morior" href="http:// morior.co.uk">project website</a> if you want to follow development.

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