Now that I have a game where pieces are randomly placed and the player can drag them into position to win the game, I want to make things more difficult.
When the game begins, as well as being randomly positioned, the pieces will be randomly rotated.
We were recently in Kemptown, Brighton where I came across this delightfully colourful pub with an overflowing flower box.
Taking advantage of the many classes I have access to at the moment.
If you thought writing 2,000 words about opening Photoshop or taking four weeks to start coding in Xcode were frustratingly slow, then this week’s post might make you want to set fire to your computer.
As I continue to build a jigsaw puzzle game in ridiculous detail, I want to spend the next 1,500 words getting the game to look and function exactly the same as it does right now.
Before you reach for the matches, let me explain.
I went to my first life drawing class! It was really useful being somewhere where the sole purpose was to draw for 2 hours. The difference between the first 10 minute sketch (below) and the last 20 minute one (which I used as the basis for the above) was immense and gratifying.
I find the best way to test new drawing apps on the iPad is with a dumb penguin joke.
This one was done in Affinity Designer.