Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working

Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working, Nothing is Working!

Yup not having a good day today!

Everything i trying to assemble will not fit, every piece of 3d software I used is broken ( I refuse to install windows just because some dick thinks it is the only OS that counts!) And I have no idea’s what I’m doing to my books!

Do I have writers block?
Hell no, it doesn’t exist!

I have commissioned out the next two covers to the artist but I still have lost all plots according to my book and I can’t work on my 3d printer extruder design and the needed software function on OS X are broken!

grrrrr

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Second proof arrived, inconsistent printing.

books

The image above shows the two proofs of my book.
The one on the left wrapped in Organza in the second and the one in Black Watch Tartan is the first.

I must point out that nothing was changed between cover versions but you can see the colour difference.

Ignoring that, After using the new template file, a major formatting bug with the accented letter e “é” has now been fixed but now I seem to have a problem with the image DPI. Still need to read through the book to double check but at the moment it stand at 154 pages long .

BTW the wraps are sample of a little project that work with the books.

Off Project 5 and book covers.

Off Project 5 and book covers.

So I’ve actually done some writing this week after finishing my Japanese course and Project 5 is now up to 1700 words, this gives me 500 words left to fill in with the fight scene. I have plenty of video references and pictures so I just need to actually write!

I Have also mocked up my first book cover so I’m actually doing some thing. If I can only work out the last few bits then I can finish the master cover.

May be able to finish something then this month!

That’s all for now, see you in port next time, Airship Captains.

See you in port next time Airship Pilots!