I draw and play games and maybe do other things

nytrinhia:

willmuzzi:

So hey, does RAM much affect how fast Photoshop saves a big dang file

'Cause animation is causing me to create 2000x4000 pixel, 100+ layer files and a little extra save speed would go a long way?

Yes.  RAM does effect save speed.  Sometimes if there’s not adequate RAM you might not even be able to save a file (which means you will need to close down some programs/processes if you’re running multiple things at once).

It will severely cut down on save time if you consolidate some of your layers as well.  If you need things saved in case you want to change them (such as shading or lighting effects) I would save those layers in their own file and then consolidate them into the animation file so if you need to go back and change something, you can, but you also save space and memory.

Other things that will affect save speed are your blending modes, vectors, paths, channels, text layers, layer masks, layer styles, and other program-based layer modifications.

Mmm, good, good. 

I don’t think I’m using many blending layers, just a bit of opacity. And for this, not more than a few visible layers at a time. Luckily Photoshop hasn’t just refused to save for me ever, haha

I’m probably gonna look into ordering some more memory for this thing, then. Thanks!  :D

nytrinhia:

willmuzzi:

Amusement parks set me off; too many people, too close together, being too loud. And I don’t like being herded like cattle.

I haven’t been to one in years. Thankfully.

I can’t even remember much of the park itself. It’s just a string of disjointed, stressful events. I don’t think I rode a ride, or at least I can’t remember one.  :1

This is why you go when the season is slow.  So there aren’t big crowds.

Also helps if you don’t mind being the angry bull in the crowd and breaking flow with a series of, “excuse me”s.  

What I hate most is the hour long lines for a three minute ride.  Blegh.

Man… I could probably handle myself a-okay now. Even if it’s not something I’d really, you know, want to do.

I think even at like 11 years old I was really aware of how much it must have been costing my family, and the whole park seemed geared toward making kids enjoy themselves. Which I was not. And I constantly felt like I wasn’t enjoying myself enough to justify how much my family was expending for me and my siblings’ sake. And I tried my best to hide this to the point that I was just a wee ball of anxiety

I guess that all just colored my appreciation a bit  :U

So hey, does RAM much affect how fast Photoshop saves a big dang file

'Cause animation is causing me to create 2000x4000 pixel, 100+ layer files and a little extra save speed would go a long way?

Amusement parks set me off; too many people, too close together, being too loud. And I don’t like being herded like cattle.

I haven’t been to one in years. Thankfully.

I can’t even remember much of the park itself. It’s just a string of disjointed, stressful events. I don’t think I rode a ride, or at least I can’t remember one.  :1

Before tumblr I legitimately didn’t know that grown adults could unironically enjoy Disneyworld/land 

I was like,

"Wait, you associate Disneyworld with something other than near-unsurmountable stress and the powerful desire to hide under a table to avoid a breakdown spurned on by an unending onslaught of face characters’ perfectly acted affection??"

Which like, okay, I guess that was all me

related design ideas

¿banditos?

I like Bridget, but I might swerve a little and go with Brianne

Sound a bit more… fake medieval

And I feel like it’s rife with joke potential

Listen/purchase: Thanks, Bastards! by Mischief Brew

Song has been in my head recently

Can only imagine why

looks like a Bridget to me

-squint-

She does, dun’t she  :0

That’s going on the considerables list

Design sketches

Ladyknight could use a name…