Last updated on December 23rd, 2019 at 10:18 pm
Some days ago, I have resumed work on the demonic race and quest mod. The body and head textures and meshes have been untouched for a very long time. Then, recently, I learned of a method to mend the seam between the head and the body: the Seam Mender script which is included in Room207’s Blender Portable Version. It took me several attempts to find out the right settings and tweaking the head and body textures to match the adjusted meshes was a lot trial and error. The seamless … Read more
Warning: This article contains major spoilers on the Brotherhood of Steel, Institute and main quest lines.
Before Sam decided to join the Brotherhood of Steel he made a visit to Vault 114 searching for a certain detective. (this is the first image which I made on the new computer)
Enjoying the architecture, bizarre discoveries and taking a break
Finally, he found the Brotherhood of Steel, helped them to solve some problems and they took him to their airship, the Prydwen, as a reward.
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Accorcing to the article “Entering the realm of Fallout 4” I tell you the story of my character Sam. He lived a peaceful life together with his wife Nora and his son Shaun.
Notice: some images have lower resolutions because I needed to degrade the resolution from time to time when the performance was very bad on my old PC (mostly in towns). Gladly, this changed with the new computer.
Then the apocalypse came and nothing was where it used to be.
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Last updated on September 24th, 2019 at 11:21 pm
I’m playing Fallout 4 since June 2019, at the beginning on my 9 year old computer, and later on my new computer which I bought at the end of July. In the middle of August, I got sciatica, so that I couldn’t play for some weeks. The pain isn’t gone entirely. I stopped doing my practices as I catched a serious cold this month. I’m feeling reasonably well again now and will continue my practices this weekend.
Regarding the game, I’m siding with the Institute and realized after reading too much … Read more
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and establishes encrypted connections (https protocol) between the server of my site and your browser. The padlock symbol on the left site of your address bar shows you that the connection is safe.
After I bought the SSL option, I needed to adjust some links which I missed and deactivate a plugin that interfered with the https protocol. The developer tools of the browser where quite helpful to find the mixed content that still uses the unencrypted http protocol.
Using the https protocol is not only secure but can also have a positive effect … Read more