I can’t read :D
sketch of a job that you had
remember that time you worked in the food court of a school that you weren't attending only because you couldn't afford it? well, i do. let me tell you about it.
i think this counts as a zine cause i made it in a text editor on my phone during finals week in order to Cope™️. an earlier version of this piece was included in Distance Yearning 6.
if you're having trouble viewing the zine on mobile, try requesting the desktop version of the website (Safari: found under the "aA" button in the URL bar at the top of the window; Chrome: found under the "..." button in the upper right corner of the window; Other: idk man figure it out). if this doesn't help, leave a comment below with a screenshot of the issue & i'll fix whatever thing's broken.
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I love this d, reminded me of my time as a barista. Your story telling is brilliant as always
Dude this is awesome! And speaks to a super relatable experience (as I write from the foodbooth i work at). Can I ask how you made this? It's super cool and I love that it's mobile friendly
the css for that:
OMG dh thanks so much for your in-depth response!!! You're amazing and I really appreciate your work and kindness. Thank you so much, i def might try to make something like this if you don't mind haha i could use the html and css practice for sure!
do it! i was using this largely as a way to try to make something purely html/css/js, w/o relying on twine or bitsy or unity what have you. now i feel like i have a better handle on what i can do to make a twine game look less like a twine game lol. good luck designing!
Ah dude that's awesome! I totally FEEL the want to not rely on twine or any other engine. Looking forward to more of your work! Your prowess with twine is hella inspiring