1. Raspberry Pi: These magical tools are there for years but it’s now when I put my hands on them for first time. Technology offering flexibility and superpower at low price, for everyone and free source. Plus it’s so cute and great community behind.
2. Cyberpunk 2077: I’m AMAZED with this project. As I’ve always said virtual reality will replace travel experience. And this is a big step in that direction. Actually I’m exploring and taking photos in Night City instead of playing it. I can’t travel in reality but I’m enjoying a lot taking photos inside this city. Everything is so great and aesthetic. Maybe the best achievement they have done is converting a decadent future in something so appealing and beautiful. Not talking about he story, design, music, future predictions, etc. A full masterpiece. I’m saying all that even when I just scratched the surface of this intricate world.
3. Watercolor: just to balance the high tech. I love and appreciate the style and simplicity of a watercolor box. Irresistible and infinite possibilities. No failures, no errors.
In my travel experience, the first day I visit a new country is always magical, no exception. In these days of lockdown I found exploring Night City a full AMAZING experience with a kind of same feeling as those "first days". I was surpassed by the amount and quality of details, atmosphere and incredible design in everywhere.
I'm not a videogame expert and I didn't play much since Donkey Kong. The main reason I tried Cyberpunk 2077 was to have a look at that futuristic environment. I was magnetized for the idea of a virtual place with such a visual quality. My expectations where high and even so this game surprised me for good. Really a top project and artwork. In a future where everything is going down the creators of this world managed to elaborate something beautiful and with style. The beauty of decline.
So I took my camera (there is a camera mode) and went out to explore with no direction or goal. Every district is different, with countless streets and details. Suddenly it rains or something happens here and there.
Well, this is a little part of what I found (I don't want to make it boring posting hundreds of pics):
Sometimes I feel I want to rest from writing and this is a good solution. I keep a box full of cuts. Unfortunately getting this kind of stuff is more and more difficult nowadays. Digital collage then? Oh, well...
Not sure if these kind of papers are good for the notebook's health. I mean cheap paper from newspaper or stickers could create a huge damage with time. Acid free glue won't help in this case. It's ok.