Archive for May, 2007


I’ve been playing with the idea to create an* MORPG using RealmCrafter… (without the first M, because I doubt a lot of people would play it) Just for the fun of it really. I’ll propably never finish it, but it’ll at least keep me busy for a while.

* Is it ‘a’ or ‘an’ MORPG? :/ It would depend on whether you say “em-oh-ar-pee-gee” or “multiplayer online role-playing game”…

So, I sketched up a map of the world, called Allenor:

And then I coolized it using AutoREALM:

I think it turned out great! ^_^ (the above version is 2.56 times scaled down though because of Photobucket limits)

PS: I made it though the first round of the selection procedure for the NHTV Game Architecture and Design school! But… Next up is a life interview! D:


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Bourdeaux (not Bordeaux)

A couple of weeks ago I went on vacation to Bourdeaux in the Drôme in France. I was too buzy (/lazy) to post pictures, until now :D Once again, all pictures were taken by my dad (unless stated otherwise). Sadly, one day worth of pictures was lost in saving them to his camera’s harddisk… We went to Orange that day, in case you’re interested.

The in-door part of the pool at our campsite (not featuring me).

Our campsite!

Ruins near our campsite.

The village of Bourdeaux.

We went to a church where these three guitarists played. The middle one seemed the most proffesional, although he was looking out of his eyes in a strange way all the time. Afterwards that was explained to us, as we saw him with a blind cane! :o

The church.

Tolkien paths…

Hiking! Some pictures I took myself will follow…

It started raining… (taken from inside the tent, hence the wetness in the foreground)

Now back to pictures I didn’t take (seeing how I’m on this one).

Nature at its best!

Finding the way…

OMG, liek, civilization!!

We had to use boards to keep our site from becoming a swamp.

Bad weather can also make for cool pictures.



Diagon Alley…

Trees ‘n stuff.

More boards…


What our site looked like when we left it…

Some flowers on the way back to the Netherlands.

That was it. I hope you enjoyed it! I surely did, despite the bad weather :)

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