1. @emmab0923

    Reflective Writing 2: Coding Conventions


    I’ve never heard the term “coding convention” before – or, if I have, I forgot that someone said that. According to Google, “coding convention” is a set of guidelines for programming languages that recommend certain coding styles and practices, which helps improve code readability and understanding.

    Google has a Java

  2. @emmab0923

    Reflective Writing 1: Hello World


    Ah yes, back to computer science. My brother and I discussed coding while he was home (during Christmas – which we were supposed to have in Charleston but our Airbnb lost power, got power back, then lost power again – and we had to drive back on Christmas Eve and …

  3. @Tillysisland



    This is a continuation of the Glitch project for the portfolio. Originally, I planned to find pictures of a flower at different stages of growth to add a more intense glitch to each further phase down the line. Unfortunately, it was really difficult to find any solid images to use, …

  4. paul bond

    Keep on walking


    So I made a few more Walk of Life edits:

    That worked nicely, I think. It almost seems appropriate, so I figured I should try a different track:

    That’s probably longer than it needs to be, or maybe it just seems that way. I think it would have been a …

  5. @Tillysisland



    When looking for inspiration for what to turn into glitch art, I was really hoping to find one single theme or type of thing to use. I was originally thinking of doing landscapes or sunsets, but I almost felt like those were both too generic and not interesting enough. While …

  6. @eggstve

    Week 5 dev log/reflection


    And with that, I close the book on this blog and the class it was made for. It was a lot of fun in some parts, a lot of stress in others, and the whole time I was learning. The assignments made me learn about new techniques and programs, forced …

  7. @eggstve



    Ages into the future is a land inhabited by a wide variety of strange fauna and broken monuments. Tucked in a cave is a family of rock like beings, hundreds of smaller ones working under a monolithic queen. It tells one small rock in particular to follow their dreams, and …

  8. @eggstve

    ds 106: Create A Commercial (5 stars)


    Though it’s not much of an advertisement per say, it tells Rudy just what it is they’re looking at. They will pick one to take along their journey while the rest go with a kindly stranger and his monstrous companion. Without the log left by some unnamed researcher Rudy wouldn’t …

  9. @eggstve

    ds 106: Weird Book Room (4 stars)


    Far in the future of our world is one completely unrecognizable. The people there are not like us, and all they know of us is that we were responsible for why the world has become the way it is now. They read what’s left of our stories of war, of …

  10. @eggstve

    ds 106: Play DJ & Make A Song (again!)(4.5 stars)


    Back at it again with another song! This time I focused much more on making an ambient track rather than a fully fledged song, and I’m pretty happy with the end result. I wanted something that you’d hear as the backing music to a graveyard or haunted woods at night, …

  11. @eggstve

    ds 106: Your story as a game! (5 stars)


    For the visual aspect of this project, I decided to make a mock ups for Hollowgrove. The first end goal of this idea was to make a game, and since then I’ve known that it’s gonna be a long time before anything of the sort actually happens, so in the …

  12. @eggstve

    ds106: Music video (4 stars)


    This assignment was partially inspired by a friend of mine who was showing me how to make a visualizer in a program called After effects. Since I had been having trouble with Adobe Animate on my other assignment, I took him up on his offer and thought it’d be fitting …

  13. @eggstve

    Week 4 dev log


    This week was by far the most stressful thanks to the assignments and regular life happenings. My time management was way off this week and I’m not satisfied with my creative works this week nearly as much as some of my previous works. I spent more time struggling to get …

  14. @eggstve

    Comments week 4


    After browsing some blogs, I found some posts I found to be really well made and slapped some comments on them. First up was Anna’s blog https://www.annahollrah.com/. Her daily creates are very engaging and fun to look through, I had a hard time picking out which week I wanted …

  15. @eggstve

    ds 106: 5 second film (5 stars)


    I’ll preface this assignment by saying that this week was insanely unorganized for me as I started working a second job as well as some family stuff going on, so I’m frustrated to say that this assignment didn’t go as I wanted. I hate to use excuses but my end …

  16. @eggstve

    Look, listen, analyze


    I picked out the Joker scene for this analysis, I remember seeing it a long time ago and thinking abut how I enjoyed it but couldn’t fully recall it. So what better way to rewatch it than to watch and learn from it!

    To start, I muted the clip and …

  17. @eggstve

    Reading a movie reflection


    A lot of the points made by Ebert give so much insight to the thought process behind design choices. The idea of reading a movie is very interesting and its popularity speaks for itself. It’s a great way to both interpret meaning from small moments and to learn about how …