It has been way too long since I’ve worked on this, and a trip into the city centre had inspired me to pick up where I’d left off with the project: which insofar has been work on a few buildings, no actual gameplay implementation…yet.
Naturally, I will have to carefully consider the plot-line – masked protesters amidst a war within the city doesn’t feel dystopian anymore, it’s practically a reality.
This is a short video demonstrating the process used to import the base character from the Armory first-person template project into the 3D representation of the map. Really, it’s a compilation of the past week or so’s screen recordings that I hadn’t done anything with.
In between these two videos, I’d also done a calibration live-stream, in preparation for future development streams, in which I had one mystery viewer observing the whole show, and I have no idea who it was!
I haven’t embedded it here because it isn’t so integral to the story that it needs embedding, and if I were to episodify them all, this it would be a pilot episode, or a dress rehersal: feel free to have a watch, though.
We never expected to make this, but a trip to the local market – and all the impressive, fresh ingredients – we stumbled across Jackfruits.
I’d wanted to try them for some time, and Sayanti spotted them on a little stall – we had to try it, and make a video for you – especially with Durga Puja just around the corner!
This is also our first attempt at editing ‘live’ with different camera angles, one of our shortest videos, and you know what?
Lately – I’ve been lazy on here, and not bothering to even post articles anymore.
Well this one I’m going to, just not right at this moment – but this is a great chance to do an OBS write up about how we set it up – because it cost me a sleepless night, and I don’t want it to cause you one too. Just, not today…
Those looking for the recipe will have to make do with the raw text of the subtitles file
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Ami Banglay Gan Gai - Bengali Music
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Grate a red onion
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Slice chillies lengthways
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Mix Garlic, Ginger, Tumeric and Curry powder
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Add water to mix into a paste
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Add Tumeric and salt to prawns
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Folk music, flute & dotara, bangle music
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Put oil in frying pan
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Fry the onions until golden brown
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Lower the heat and add the paste
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Add the Jackfruits
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Add the rest of the paste
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Mix in the prawns
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Add in a little water
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Add the sugar
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Cover and keep on a low heat
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(Optional) Edit into a video
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Add and mix ghee
Moumita shows us how to cook a staple Bengali dessert, semolina.
The music in this video is a lot like our style of cooking: it was added without any idea how it would turn out, because we were watching a ctrl.alt.femme play at the time of editing this – so couldn’t actually play the music.