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Tedillize 2 Stylesheet

I revamped my normalization CSS stylesheet and I cleaned out all the specialized classes that I had implemented in an effort to make this more universally acceptable. This version is far more streamlined and deals only with the core HTML elements. There is still a lot of opinionated stuff in there, so this probably won’t…
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Three Twenties Day

Today is 3/20/2020 and the namesake for this website, which is named for my birthday 🎂. Otherwise, I wish I had more to offer on this day. 🤷🏼‍♂️

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The Mischievous Bears Re-rendering

I just completed the High-Definition re-rendering of The Mischievous Bears short animated movie. The process went smoother than I expected it to, considering the assets I was using were 15 years old, and plus, I haven’t really worked with 3ds Max in 10 years or so. It goes to show how little 3ds Max has…
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New Renderings with 3ds Max

I recently began playing with 3ds Max again, mainly to see if I can load up some of my old renderings. To my amazement very little has changed with that software in the last 12-ish years since I last worked with it. Suffice to say, I was able to re-render a few of my old…
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Raspberry Pi ramblings

Last Spring, when I rebuilt this website, I used a Raspberry Pi on my home network as an internal web server to host the site development. Setting it up for that purpose was fairly easy once I got php/mysql and WordPress installed on it. However, there were a couple of config files that had to…
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10th Anniversary of MarchTwenty.com

It’s been 10 years since I registered MarchTwenty.com. The years before I registered this domain name, I had registered march-twenty.com and then later marchtwenty.net. As such, I redesigned the site… again. With luck, I will now try and focus on my next book(s).

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iPhone Art

I’ve been dabbling with SketchBook Pro on my iPhone and iPad for over a year now. These are some samples I made on my phone (with my finger).

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