Monthly Archives: July 2016

The YF-19: Cockpit upgrade

As I was telling last time, I suddenly felt the cockpit was lacking some bling, some oomph, some je ne se quoi pas. So in the spirit of not really ending the project ever out of crippling perfectionism, I decided … Continue reading

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The YF-19: Wrapping Up (3/3)

Boy do I love creating paint schemes. It’s not related to Blender really because I made them in Photoshop, but I can honestly say this was one of my favourite parts of this whole project. The YF-19 light tan colour … Continue reading

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Open 7 bank accounts (like, now)

Finally an unrelated topic… Aren’t your eyes glad that can rest off Blender-related stuff for once? I watched a Mexican businessman and coach called Dr. Edmundo Velasco give a talk about NLP and money management techniques, and I had to … Continue reading

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