I have read Lucas Pope's Return of the Obra Dinn dithering blog post, and acknowledge the technical expertise of people who make such things from scratch is on a completely different level. I only use a ready-made plugin and try to find things that look cool.

I keep saying to myself it doesn't need to be a masterpiece. It's good enough if I like it. It doesn't need to be anything new or impressive enough to write up an article about the implementation for the Hacker News crowd.

I will not be judged by the stress test performance - if it runs on my PC, that's good enough for now.

As you might notice, I feel a little intimidated sharing my work. To be honest, I don't even feel like it is enough to be called work - since I just slap things together from Stack Overflow, Unity plugins, Google search and such, I feel like I should leave making blog posts to people who know what they're doing.

But then again, that's not a very kind way of thinking. I wouldn't say that to someone else who is just starting out, someone who is unsure if their project is worth sharing.

There's room on the internet for all kinds of things, and what seems easy to someone can be really difficult to others.

Be the change you want to see in the world, I guess?

One of the patterns (not in the screenshot above)