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Timelapse Trosnoth Development Video

Sometimes an artist in residence program has a closing exhibition. In October 2018 I was pygame.org’s virtual artist in residence. As a kind of closing exhibition for this artist residency, I’ve put together a time-lapse video of most of my … Continue reading

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Platformer Physics and Trosnoth

Reminder: in October 2018, I’m pygame.org’s artist in residence. You can ask me questions about Trosnoth, support me in my Trosnoth development, and follow this blog for articles about Trosnoth and what I’m working on. Intro to platformer physics Trosnoth … Continue reading

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Why Trosnoth?

What makes Trosnoth Trosnoth? And why did we start the Trosnoth project in the first place? Continue reading

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Pygame Artist in Residence

What’s all this? This month, I’m pygame.org’s inaugural artist in residence! The pygame.org artist residency was created to celebrate the Python arts community. It’s a small grant to support me in my art practice. In residence where? On the internet. … Continue reading

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Exchanging Work in Progress with Mercurial

The Problem I work with other people on software projects. Sometimes it would be really handy to be able to exchange unstable work in progress with other developers, without having to commit the work as a permanent changeset in our … Continue reading

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