All this will undoubtedly sound like a motivational poster however in participating here I force myself to keep pressing on.
"How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?" Edison replied, "I didn’t fail 1,000 times. The light bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps."
I kicked around 6 concept renders this week (1 entered, 3 others below - 2 on my other box) and “still” never got to a spot where i was feeling it. Here are a few of these, i ended up not really liking any of them or working them to where they needed to be a serious contender.
Notably, none of these were sketched out first, which is a major no no, but i was that out of sorts on this weeks challenge hah!
Hey guys thanks for your votes, I do not expect, that I will among the favourite .
I’m sorry guys, that I couldn’t finished my work, cause I have proposed a job. @RayVelcoro special thanks for your vote.
And thanks @RayVelcoro for being my one and only voter!
Not that I’m mad though, I feel my piece didn’t portray the theme of this week as well as it should have. But that’s okay, I’ll try harder next time!
Exactly - Millani has officially inspired me to pick up some Python fundamentals.
I generally live in C# and Powershell, but i’ve decided I’ve dodged python long enough.
I’m currently this far along picking up Python syntax differences from a course on a training site.
from urllib.request import urlopen
with urlopen(‘http://sixty-north.com/c/t.txt’) as story:
… story_words = 
… for line in story:
… line_words = line.decode(‘utf-8’).split()
… for word in line_words: