I finished that tool to aid Project Build. Now that my partner has it, she can use it to do her work easier. I had a hard time getting the tool working though because when you do lots of work at once, your brain starts to stall and you make stupid mistakes. It's done now though and I tested it. It works quite nice. It's easier to draw a picture in a PCX file and import it than it is to do it by hand in one of my other tools.
I stayed after work today. The shop closes at 3:00 on Saturdays, but I stayed until 6:00 trying to get some school work done. My Java professor loves to ask hard questions and make us think on homework. I think too much... make the pain stop!!
I must say that today was quite cold! I went outside, and I was ready to go back in the moment I got out there. This winter has been all screwy from the beginning because one day it's hot, the next day it's cold. I'm not ready for spring just yet... still waiting for a good snow. I want the kind of snow that will allow me to miss school and work. That only happened one time this year, and I don't think that's enough.
My old friend GLink2K1 from some old Sonic forums I visited years ago presented some music to me today. I've never heard the music from Sonic Rush, but I like what I hear in is sequences. I recommend people check them out -- http://keoro.dyndns.org/misc/midi/. He's not a bad sequencer at all in my opinion. I sat and listened to them all, but I have to say "What U Need" is probably my favorite. It's very catchy!
Speaking of music, I have been listening through some really old recordings I did. These recordings are several years old. For the interest of Sonic fans, I thought I'd share three Sonic saxophone recordings I did. For some reason, people like these. I don't think they're that great, and I could do a lot better now. But here they are:
- Saxy Speedway
- Saxy Workbench
- Special Sax Blast
Have fun listening to these horrible performances!