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Good grief it's been a while! Since the last time I've unfortunately lost my old laptop with my old files, but at the very least I have a backup of all my Nose Club things. Needless to say, I've been very very busy (and perhaps a teensy bit prone to distraction). My apologies for all the dead air!
For now, I've updated the Trainer Leaf page with an addendum. I want to keep the original page as it is, but I also felt that updating with some of the new Leaf-related things was a really good idea.
I want to really thank the people who have sent me extremely nice emails about Nose Club. ^^ I couldn't access my emails for a while (due to ISP shenanigans) and felt that replying out of the blue would be a bit awkward, but it means the world to me to see people enjoying my content. I'll keep doing my best!
Plans are brewing... things are happening (hopefully)...!
My Gold/Silver/Crystal shiny breeding guide has now had a big overhaul! Thanks to Deoxys911 for emailing me some vital info. :D It should now be simplier than before to use it to hatch a shiny Pokémon, and easier to understand just how the breeding and genes work. I'm really excited about this one!
I've been working on this one for a while! Say hello to my Sugimori-style imitations. This has been planned as a page ever since I made the Sugimori watercolours tutorial, so I'm very pleased to have it go live! Other than that, I've been doing a little housekeeping on all the pages, just to clean up stray typos and reword one or two things. Everything is sparkly and clean and lemony fresh!
Life sure gets busy when you least expect it to! I may actually be moving to a new house soon...! Regardless, the categories now link to handy little hub pages. I hope this helps make things a little more accessible for people on varied devices.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, everyone! Another guide has been added to the Mechanics category, this time regarding shiny hunting the new Ultra Beasts in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. The page naturally contains spoilers, so tread wisely!
Other than that, I'm working hard to get some pages finished for the Artwork and Freebies categories, and I'm also planning to make the categories themselves link to index pages of sorts. Not even the festive season can stop me...! (Hopefully!)
Greet! I'm pleased to inform you all that Ultra Moon is very fun and I enjoyed it a lot. In light of that, I have two new guides for you that are relevant to US/UM: first is my guide for removing JPEG artifacts from Alola Photo Club pictures, which also has sections on making a smooth upscale of them. The second is my infinite Premier Ball trick, which also happens to work in Sun/Moon. I hope they help!
Additionally, since I have ideas for other game-related sections I could make, I've added a new category to this site's menu for Pokémon game mechanics. Now things are extra tidy around here! The Premier Ball trick is located under that section now, as well as my page for hatching Shiny Pokémon in G/S/C.
As always, I'm working hard. However, since I now have Ultra Moon, that may change for a little while... aaaahh!!
Since the last update, I've added pages on how to emulate Sugimori's gen 1 style, the time where I drew everything with rainbow goop, and a guide on hatching shiny Pokémon very easily in Gold/Silver/Crystal, complete with a filterable egg group chart. Enjoy!
I'm working extremely hard!! There's now four new pages to enjoy: an article on how Pokémon changed my life, theories about Leaf (the female protagonist of FireRed/LeafGreen), a page about why keeping Pokémon art blogs safe-for-work is a good thing, and finally, a tutorial for making your art transparent in Paint Tool SAI.
Over the course of the 10th and 11th, I've been working on some pages for this place. The first one is some very true and unbiased Nosepass facts, the second is an article on how every Pokémon is important, and finally there's a page on organising your files, which should come in handy if you're an artist. Check 'em out!
I've also been slowly tweaking the layout as I've been working. I'll keep doing my best!
Today I made the site and put a lot of effort into the layout. I hope you'll all enjoy it!
I'm gonna keep working hard on the content and make this into the website I've always dreamed of having.