I’ve been playing Old School Runescape for the last 100 days or so and was able to finally secure my quest cape. My nostalgia trip has been filled with huge accomplishments from when I played back in the day.
Episode 1: Kyle of KeyForge After the fall of Keebtalk, I was hoping something would rise from the ashes. Wokechill has decided to continue the interview – podcast style clips & the first episode can be found here. I was happy to hear that I was … Continue readingBoard Culture
The first attempt at casting resulted in a few discoveries. The first is that I had a leak in my pot somewhere, which was causing my compressor to keep kicking on to maintain pressure. My father suggested I add a ball valve to the input … Continue readingCasting Progress
I recently purchased the domain keysetgo.com as I thought it was a good play on words. Was curious what I could do to help the community, trying to find a middle ground of what we could use as a potential trading platform or cataloging site.
I’ll just jump into it. I received my first binks pressure pot and it was damaged. After spending close to 600 dollars on an item I returned it. Since then I found a user named TheGlyph who had posted his setup in the #casting … Continue readingCasting Update
I just recently picked up a Rollo printer. I was in the market for buying one, and the Dymo 4xl was the standard for 4 x 6, however, the Rollo had better reviews, ratings, and specs. I decided to try the new competitor out and was … Continue readingRollo Thermal Label Printer
I came across Tesletron’s work in the Artkey discord channel. He had a really cool picture of a wrist rest he made for his Skeletor board. After talking to him a bit, I realized that I had the Elven tongue set coming in the mail and … Continue readingTesletron & Greenwald Designs
When I first constructed my battle station, I had planned to purchase these two items for my Blue Yeti Microphone. When I got it, my funds had dried up a little bit and I couldn’t afford the 150$ for the boom arm and shock mount … Continue readingMic Boom Arm & Shock Mount Review
My wonderful wife was very kind and patient with me as I walked her through what I wanted. All done in Adobe Illustrator! Turned out amazing!!! The background is a bunch of comic books overlapping with some sort of mask across the text.
J.R.R Tolkien released a new set of books, take a look here.