If anyone is still here reading this, I'd like to take a walk down memory lane,
and share what I have in mind for the future moving forward.
Ten years ago, I stumbled upon the masterpiece forever a work-in-progress that is Pimp My Gun by Doctor Noob. Out of curiosity I reached out to him about drawing some stuff for the app. Using what I had back then, a cheapo laptop computer, I did the line art for the CheyTac M200, the Bushmaster ACR, and the FN F2000, which all made it into the app.
Throughout the journey I was only drawing line art for the app. Doctor Noob was in charge of colouring the line art, importing the guns, coding and hosting the app online.
The app was last updated September 17, 2011 as v0.7.0.6 - I have received a few messages from fellow Pimp My Gun fans that they're still waiting for the next update, as I am too.
Last week I've been thinking about Pimp My Gun again, and what else I can do besides just waiting for a miracle. And then it dawned on me.
Pimp My Gun needs to be given a new breath of life, so I looked up the Internet and my previous correspondences about the possibility of such a thing.
True enough there was one (so far, either that or I'm not looking hard enough) called the PSGunlabProject (link to their DeviantArt profile) but their last image post was October 29, 2012 while their last journal post was May 26, 2014 (they were still looking for programmers). What they were trying to do was to build a database of parts that can be opened and manipulated in Photoshop. They did a lot of amazing things but my only concern was 1. not everyone has Photoshop and 2. raster images made of pixels cannot be scaled up indefinitely, not like what PMG can do with scalable vector graphics.
So this is me committing to the next Pimp My Gun revival. There's a lot on my mind right now (mostly questions) but I am sure that with time and effort, there will be progress.
If anyone's still reading, I'll try to gather all the questions I have and post them up next as a follow-up to this. So stick around and see y'all soon.