Creatable

17 Feb 19

I pretty much always buy pet products online. In a multiple cat household it is just easier to buy food and litter in bulk online, and have it shipped directly to my house. I don’t have to go to the store and buy a cart full of individual cans, and small jugs of litter. My […]

16 Feb 19

As you know we have been huge fans of Chewy.com for a long time.  As a Chewy Influencer, I am able to try out new products for free, and offer my thoughts on them. This time we got to review  Purina Muse Creatables Variety Pack Wet Cat Food.  We were excited because we have previously tried […]

11 Feb 19
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03 Feb 19
Dose of Technology

Do you have an ISO image of your OS and want to boot other device using a pen drive. You can create an ISO easily from a boot CD. I will explain how to make the flash drive bootable. I am using a tool named Rufus . You can easily download here. Step1: Collect the […]

29 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
DREAMS is a game for making games. It will feature a pre-built ‘campaign’ of sorts that will show players what’s possible, but ultimate Dreams is meant as a platform for player-created content. Dreams has a story-driven ‘campaign’ mode that lets you see what its capable of Sony showed off a live demo of Dreams during its E3 2018 press event   Everything in Dreams, from the artwork to the music to the animation, will be creatable using a standard PS4 controller, or with a pair of Move motion controllers. And you can literally create… anything.   Is Dreams a game? Technically, yes. And there will be plenty to play with, but it also has all the tools you need to create your own things, and to explore what everyone else has created. There seems to be almost no limit to what is possible in Dreams #DreamsPS4 BETA NDA LIFTED. I made this dumb creation that's really fun to speedrun, here's my fastest time. Get rekt @Lombax_Pieboy pic.twitter.com/m2p6I0hvSc — Tad Cordle (@RbdJellyfish) January 28, 2019 So here’s my creative journey in the #DreamsPS4 beta totally stunning pic.twitter.com/nPCie1eeS5 — scarybiscuit (@scarybiscuitlbp) January 28, 2019 The ‘Dream Surfing’ mode is effectively a story mode, built by the developers of Dreams using their own tools. But then there’s ‘Dream Shaping’, which lets anyone create new experiences from scratch, or by remixing content that already exists. Media Molecule has showed off some of what Dreams is capable of already In this mode you can create almost any sort of game you want to — but you can also just create artwork, music, or anything else. At Sony’s E3 2019 showcase, for instance, there was a live music performance entirely using tools created in Dreams, with musicians on stage controlling music-playing fruit. There really do appear to be no limits to what you can create.   Is there a beta? There is, though its first phase is almost finished now. It was delayed from 2016 to the end of 2018, and the sorts of things being created are now being shown off. The things being shown off are everything from recreations of Bilbo Baggins’ home at Bag End to digital paintings, puzzle books, recreations of classic games from Dead Space to Tomb Raider and more. Anything that you’ll be able to play in Dreams you’ll also be able to remix and use yourself I'm happy to present you my first Fantasy World called "Lyberith" and it's evolution over the past weeks! It's a showcase creation that I started in the very first week of the closed Beta and I kept improving it until today.You guys remember this? 😀 @mediamolecule #DreamsPS4 pic.twitter.com/FIIy3L7CFK — shapeyourdreamz (@sakkusmind) January 28, 2019 All the elements are saved individually to the ‘Dreamverse’, so you can stitch together other people’s creations into your own vision. This means if you’ve got an idea for the mechanics of a game, you can create it entirely using music, artwork and characters from other people’s work — but also, if you just want to create characters, or create digital art, you can focus on those and see what other people do with them. If you want to see what people have created so far, search for #DreamsPS4 on YouTube or Twitter and you’ll find loads. When is it coming out? Dreams is currently due at some point in 2019, though it doesn’t have a release date yet. The release date was originally meant to be in  2016, but that slipped twice. The state of the beta and the quality of creations pouring out of it all point to Dreams being out in 2019, though. There’s also the small matter of the PS5 probably launching in 2020 — and it Dreams has to be out before then. Right?  
29 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
DREAMS is a game for making games. It will feature a pre-built ‘campaign’ of sorts that will show players what’s possible, but ultimate Dreams is meant as a platform for player-created content. Dreams has a story-driven ‘campaign’ mode that lets you see what its capable of Sony showed off a live demo of Dreams during its E3 2018 press event   Everything in Dreams, from the artwork to the music to the animation, will be creatable using a standard PS4 controller, or with a pair of Move motion controllers. And you can literally create… anything.   Is Dreams a game? Technically, yes. And there will be plenty to play with, but it also has all the tools you need to create your own things, and to explore what everyone else has created. There seems to be almost no limit to what is possible in Dreams #DreamsPS4 BETA NDA LIFTED. I made this dumb creation that's really fun to speedrun, here's my fastest time. Get rekt @Lombax_Pieboy pic.twitter.com/m2p6I0hvSc — Tad Cordle (@RbdJellyfish) January 28, 2019 So here’s my creative journey in the #DreamsPS4 beta totally stunning pic.twitter.com/nPCie1eeS5 — scarybiscuit (@scarybiscuitlbp) January 28, 2019 The ‘Dream Surfing’ mode is effectively a story mode, built by the developers of Dreams using their own tools. But then there’s ‘Dream Shaping’, which lets anyone create new experiences from scratch, or by remixing content that already exists. Media Molecule has showed off some of what Dreams is capable of already In this mode you can create almost any sort of game you want to — but you can also just create artwork, music, or anything else. At Sony’s E3 2019 showcase, for instance, there was a live music performance entirely using tools created in Dreams, with musicians on stage controlling music-playing fruit. There really do appear to be no limits to what you can create.   Is there a beta? There is, though its first phase is almost finished now. It was delayed from 2016 to the end of 2018, and the sorts of things being created are now being shown off. The things being shown off are everything from recreations of Bilbo Baggins’ home at Bag End to digital paintings, puzzle books, recreations of classic games from Dead Space to Tomb Raider and more. Anything that you’ll be able to play in Dreams you’ll also be able to remix and use yourself I'm happy to present you my first Fantasy World called "Lyberith" and it's evolution over the past weeks! It's a showcase creation that I started in the very first week of the closed Beta and I kept improving it until today.You guys remember this? 😀 @mediamolecule #DreamsPS4 pic.twitter.com/FIIy3L7CFK — shapeyourdreamz (@sakkusmind) January 28, 2019 All the elements are saved individually to the ‘Dreamverse’, so you can stitch together other people’s creations into your own vision. This means if you’ve got an idea for the mechanics of a game, you can create it entirely using music, artwork and characters from other people’s work — but also, if you just want to create characters, or create digital art, you can focus on those and see what other people do with them. If you want to see what people have created so far, search for #DreamsPS4 on YouTube or Twitter and you’ll find loads. When is it coming out? Dreams is currently due at some point in 2019, though it doesn’t have a release date yet. The release date was originally meant to be in  2016, but that slipped twice. The state of the beta and the quality of creations pouring out of it all point to Dreams being out in 2019, though. There’s also the small matter of the PS5 probably launching in 2020 — and it Dreams has to be out before then. Right?  
29 Jan 19
The Sun
DREAMS is a game for making games. It will feature a pre-built ‘campaign’ of sorts that will show players what’s possible, but ultimate Dreams is meant as a platform for player-created content. Dreams has a story-driven ‘campaign’ mode that lets you see what its capable of Sony showed off a live demo of Dreams during its E3 2018 press event   Everything in Dreams, from the artwork to the music to the animation, will be creatable using a standard PS4 controller, or with a pair of Move motion controllers. And you can literally create… anything.   Is Dreams a game? Technically, yes. And there will be plenty to play with, but it also has all the tools you need to create your own things, and to explore what everyone else has created. There seems to be almost no limit to what is possible in Dreams #DreamsPS4 BETA NDA LIFTED. I made this dumb creation that's really fun to speedrun, here's my fastest time. Get rekt @Lombax_Pieboy pic.twitter.com/m2p6I0hvSc — Tad Cordle (@RbdJellyfish) January 28, 2019 So here’s my creative journey in the #DreamsPS4 beta totally stunning pic.twitter.com/nPCie1eeS5 — scarybiscuit (@scarybiscuitlbp) January 28, 2019 The ‘Dream Surfing’ mode is effectively a story mode, built by the developers of Dreams using their own tools. But then there’s ‘Dream Shaping’, which lets anyone create new experiences from scratch, or by remixing content that already exists. Media Molecule has showed off some of what Dreams is capable of already In this mode you can create almost any sort of game you want to — but you can also just create artwork, music, or anything else. At Sony’s E3 2019 showcase, for instance, there was a live music performance entirely using tools created in Dreams, with musicians on stage controlling music-playing fruit. There really do appear to be no limits to what you can create.   Is there a beta? There is, though its first phase is almost finished now. It was delayed from 2016 to the end of 2018, and the sorts of things being created are now being shown off. The things being shown off are everything from recreations of Bilbo Baggins’ home at Bag End to digital paintings, puzzle books, recreations of classic games from Dead Space to Tomb Raider and more. Anything that you’ll be able to play in Dreams you’ll also be able to remix and use yourself I'm happy to present you my first Fantasy World called "Lyberith" and it's evolution over the past weeks! It's a showcase creation that I started in the very first week of the closed Beta and I kept improving it until today.You guys remember this? 😀 @mediamolecule #DreamsPS4 pic.twitter.com/FIIy3L7CFK — shapeyourdreamz (@sakkusmind) January 28, 2019 All the elements are saved individually to the ‘Dreamverse’, so you can stitch together other people’s creations into your own vision. This means if you’ve got an idea for the mechanics of a game, you can create it entirely using music, artwork and characters from other people’s work — but also, if you just want to create characters, or create digital art, you can focus on those and see what other people do with them. If you want to see what people have created so far, search for #DreamsPS4 on YouTube or Twitter and you’ll find loads. When is it coming out? Dreams is currently due at some point in 2019, though it doesn’t have a release date yet. The release date was originally meant to be in  2016, but that slipped twice. The state of the beta and the quality of creations pouring out of it all point to Dreams being out in 2019, though. There’s also the small matter of the PS5 probably launching in 2020 — and it Dreams has to be out before then. Right?  
27 Jan 19
Henriëtte, Creatively Happy

The first week of January Rina Krupsky was a guest designer by Jennifer McGuire. When I saw the card she was making, I knew immediately that this should be the card for a friend’s birthday. You can find the link to the post with the video under this text. There be a few blurs on […]

14 Jan 19
Creativity Continues...

Having more time this year to prepare for Christmas I decided to make a Christmas wreath. My youngest daughter had just come home for Christmas so we made it together. A cut file was the base of the design, and I then layered lots of festive foliage underneath using a variety of dies (mainly Cheery Lynn […]

01 Jan 19
Abycats' Thoughts

So many articles about looking your best are repetitive — nothing new here folks, move along. I’ve been coloring my hair for the last 15 years or so, mostly by adding highlights of various colors — currently purple (as the best color to contrast with my overall color and as the best accent for my […]

23 Dec 18
Constantly Carding

Hello! It’s my final Kitty Bee Designs Spotlight for this year and I’ve created a quick Christmas card using the cute Mistletoe Present Panda Digital Stamp. This is a relatively straightforward make that can be put together in a single crafting session. I started by printing the Mistletoe Present Panda Digital Stamp on XPress-it blending […]

21 Dec 18
BRMaycock's Book Blog

Please note that the cover leads to a universal Amazon buy link for the book What they say: Three sisters. One trip to Italy. The chance to change their lives. Amanda has always taken the role of big sister seriously. She has her life in order; a fantastic job in a great restaurant, a wonderful […]

20 Dec 18
Crafter's key

Hello Bloggers, Another Christmas card today. I’ve had this Crafters Companion Poinsettia set of dies for years. I used it back in the day, but not too much, because the flower that it makes is HUGE! This year, I just made the whole card bigger 🙂  I gilded the embossed petals with some gilding wax to […]

20 Dec 18
Go AudiO

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17 Dec 18
The Eclectic Mind of Ryan

The 374-piece LEGO Creator Modular Winter Vacation Set required feats of engineering I highly respect. I don’t have a builder’s mind, so the fact that an engineer somewhere was able to come up with not one, but three scenes that are creatable with this single set is amazing to me. Read more… from Kinja Deals […]

14 Dec 18
BroBible

What are the best gifts for dog lovers? It’s trickier than you might think. You don’t want to get dog lovers the sorts of things they already have, and no one wants to give a gift of dog poop bags, so where does that leave us? Well, it leaves us with these twelve of the […]

13 Dec 18
Crafter's key

Hello Bloggers, A  Christmas card today, with a whole bunch of very shiny Christmas trees of  different sorts. The ones on the right are just mirri board, and the ones on the left are colored and glittered, and then colored and glittered again, which adds some depth to their icy looks, I hope. 🙂 The […]