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Welcome to my miscellaneous section. I call it the Portfolio section since it is, in a sense, a collection of my works. This section contains some of my art, articles I've written, and a special humor page.


Contents


Humor
Tickle your funny bones.

Commentary
Read the articles I've written.

Art Gallery
Be amazed at my prowess in art. :}



Humor
Laugh and the world laughs at you...


Here are some jokes and humorous stuff you may want to read so that your dead brain can revive itself after hours of heavy coding. Submissions are welcome too!

You Know You've Had Too Much QB When...
Some things to watch out for before you become a qb-addict! =)

What Do You Do When Your Program Won't Work?
Helpful ;-} tips when your program is bug-ridden!
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Commentary
I really do hope that you take the time to read these articles. :}


Sometimes I like to write my opinions on various topics and I decided to post them up here. These articles may or may not be related to QB. If you wish to comment on any of my articles, feel free to e-mail me at [email protected].

The Millennium Bug and the
QBasic Delay Subroutine

The millennium bug and a related problem in QBasic.

What's Irritating about Newbies
What I think of a lot of new QB programmers out there.

A Few Things about Libraries
Why making your own routines may be worth the effort.

Doom in May 2000?
Will there be calamities in May 2000? Read and find out.
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Art Gallery

I consider myself an artist of sorts.



Below is a list of links to some of the graphics and images that I have made. Most were made using Photoshop 4.0/5.0.

A Christmas Night
1280x200, 49KB
A Christmas Night
This picture I made for my program, A Christmas Night, was rendered in Photoshop 4.

Composition #1
400x500, 78KB
Composition #1
A very nice looking art composed of some of my interests. Rendered using Photoshop 4.

Panitikan
300x486, 25KB
Panitikan
I was experimenting with Photoshop and created this sort of abstract painting featuring a famous line from the work, Florante at Laura, by Francisco Balagtas, one of our classical writers.

Fractalus
640x480, 135KB
Fractalus
I'm really proud of this artwork! It features different fractals such as the Mandelbrot Set, the Sierpinski Gasket, and the Koch Snowflake. All the fractals (including the tree) were drawn using programs I created. Go check out the Fractal Package in the Program Nook section.

One More Time
800x600, 170KB
One More Time
This picture is a tribute to my high school batch. One More Time is our batch's graduation song (music by Ian Gonzalez, lyrics by Froilan Abundabar). The lines you see in the picture came from the song. Can you guess where I am in the photos? ;} Picture drawn using Photoshop 4; scanned photos graciously given by Ian.

Sunset
640x480, 99KB
Sunset
A nice marketable poster image with some very bad poetry (by yours truly). This is also one of the works that I personally like, though the poem could really use some improving.

Lunarscape
640x480, 11KB
Lunarscape
Wow! I recently found an old disk of mine that contained Windows 3.1-epoch files. Here's a picture I made using Paintbrush (16 colors). I could make a better version now (using Photoshop), but I wanted to brag my digital artwork skills using primitive software. :}

Die
640x480, 4KB
Die
Still another one of my Paintbrush pictures, featuring a die under a spotlight!

Quod Erat Demonstrandum   NEW!
1350x900, 842KB
Q.E.D.
I made this picture to be the book cover of the literary supplement that my organization will publish. The title, "quod erat demonstrandum," is a Latin phrase usually written abbreviated (QED) at the end of mathematical proofs and it means, "which was to be proved."

2000   NEW!
600x400, 143KB / 80KB
20002000 (2nd version)
As you can see, this artwork has two versions: the normal background-heavy version and the simple version. I especially like how I made the globe look 3D. I did it by superimposing a 3D sphere over a picture of the earth taken from space. Click on the thumbnails to view both versions.
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