So, my game crashed a little bit back, and I had to reinstall. But I finally put all the pieces back together again, made everyone over again, and shot all the pictures for all eight scenes of my newest chapter. I feel pretty good about the writing, and was feeling really good about the pictures. I have a lot of really nice long shots, and was practicing my set building, which I'm new to, and I had done some scenes with way more characters that I'd ever done before that almost made my laptop melt. On the whole, I was feeling pretty proud of myself.
I just opened the storytelling folder to start sorting which pictures should go where, and I realize that when I reinstalled it had changed my picture taking settings. I'd changed some of them so the sims have fingers and all that, but all of the pictures are in 300x400. I read (and really enjoy) some stories with pictures only a little bigger than this, but I think they have better graphics cards than me, or I didn't restore some other settings, because their pictures always look good.
Here's an example of what I'm talking about.
So, what do you think? Should I post the chapter with the pictures that quality, which I could have up by the end of the day, or start reshooting?
The Drake Equation
- Foiled at the last minute