As I had captured some of the progress while working at the logo for my crack intro, Border Mania, I decided to share my work stages:
Work stages of the HF logo for Border Mania
I managed to solder the micro SD Card socket and the ARM processor onto the DC2N5-LC board this evening. I tested access to an SD Card contents and that was successful
I will have to finish soldering a few bits and pieces, and connect the LCD. As the board is designed to be put into a specific enclosure, I will work on the carving side of things cutting holes here and there.
If it all works as it should, it will be a nice device to hold and use
The latest of my crack intros for the Commodore 64 has been published on CSDb.
A video is available on YouTube as well:
This was a by-product that I put together while working at a different crack intro. It constitutes my first attempt at opening side borders on a Commodore 64.
I actually coded the scroller first (after a pretty long process of selecting adequate fonts and converting them), chose the tune, and worked out how many cycles I had left in order to open the side borders for a logo. At that point I thought to make the logo too
What I will be publishing here is about opening the side borders pragmatically using stable code so do watch this space for useful code and hints!