Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Busy

Sorry, I haven't updated in a while. I've been busy with school and other stuff. Math has been kicking my ass ever since I started college and it doesn't help that I don't put enough time in to studying for it. Well, I took my math exam today, and I have to say that I'm not confident in it at all. Oh well, I'll keep on truckin'.

So the other day, I ordered some artwork for my Arcade Stick. This is pretty much like an arcade cabinet for the 360/PS3. I've had it for about two years now and I'm so glad I finally decided to change the default artwork. Basically, it'll look pretty much like this, without the you know, crappy paper/ink.

42 comments:

  1. no worries. I feel like Ive let my blog go to seed as well.

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  2. Can't wait to see how it'll look when you actually get the art and plexi.
    Not a big fan of the name in the corner, though.

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  3. That is a sexy, sexy game cabinet.

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  4. looks nice.. I still have Sagat on my homemade Stick.

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  5. I've always struggled with math, even when i did "study"

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  6. the artwork for your arcade stick looks good

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  7. that looks really good, and dont worry, get through the math now and youll never have to do it again!

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  8. My friend have builded some of those game pads for street figter

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  9. looks cool, how does the arcade stick hook up to the xbox/ps3? some kinda bluetooth things?

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  10. Hope your math exam goes well and that arcade stick looks badass :)

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  11. thats awesome, ive been wanting a fight stick for a while. those street fighter 4 sticks and the ones that got released around the time of mvc3 look good.

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  12. you just have to do better than half the other kids.

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  13. I have a pile of CRT monitors waiting to be turned into Arcade monitors. One day I'll get off my ass and actually build something; or so I keep telling myself.

    ~H. Coct

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  14. ah that's going to look awesome when it's not printer paper :D
    i don't even know what math is

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  15. Ah nice, I want to put custom art on my hori real arcade pro. It's just that the steps toward it seems so intimidating...oh well, hope your math exam went well..

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  16. Now u just have to wait for it.

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  17. Awesome! Do you own at Streetfighter? ;)

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  18. could you post pics of the whole cabinet?

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  19. hope you have more time soon

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  20. Cool Fight Stick. I never got used to using a stick, cuz of the ball im more of a USA stick you know the stick is larger and looks like a Baseball bat.

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  21. You should see my friends. He has a custom SF3 Fight Stick with custom button colors, image print, and it's totally the shit. I really want to get one but I don't have the money.

    Yours is lookin good.

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  22. Really awesome cabinet! And I'm bad at math too, always hated it.

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  23. No worries mate I've been struggling to up keep mine, with the arcade stick you could get some plastic paint+ the detail of the image split up into layers and paint it? <3 Much lve my friend for the update & I was jsut throwing out an idea.

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  24. Try scheduled posting if you can't always find the time to post, it helps out a lot. I just write out 7 or 8 posts on Monday and set blogger up to post one a day at 6PM, it's really quite helpful.

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  25. Math is fun ONLY when you're good at it.

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  26. oh took a while to see it, but i guess you made some homemade arcade stick cover to give it some flair. I have no clue what anime is being represented though, but in any case good DIY!

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  27. Its like you've stopped updating. Get back here, I miss your posts!

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  28. Keep on with the studying it pays off in the end.

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  29. Real life is no excuse for not blogging. Do not disappoint me again.

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