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DirtyCurryCell

Knight Templar
@GameDevCel

Programmer and writer here.
Published a sci fi novel with blackpill themes.

Unity Developer, recently learned MERN (cuz game devs don't get paid), currently learning Flutter and Dart. Plan on learning Tensorflow and FastAPI soon. As well as Android.

Used to play the guitar.

Have ideas for games and comics.

Working on proof of concept and scripts.
 

The End

Knight Templar
I've done programming, music, and art. But I sucked at all of 'em.

"Don't compare yourself to others" is what you tell to losers hahahahah
 
I've studied C++ at high school. I say "I'm a programmer."

I have an expensive drawing tablet and can draw stickmen. I say "I'm an artist."

I've played drums in middle school band, and currently some keyboards and flutes. I say "I'm a musician, I'm a composer."
 

chudur-budur

5'2" ugliest currycel, freak of nature
programmercel ... programmercel ... programmercel ... every fucking one is a programmercel.

This thread is a literal proof that the tech industry is run by incels.

If you do this same survey on IT, 99% of them will be some liberal arts, social science and gender studies shit.
 

NRApoorboy

Ordained
Former guitarcel who wanted to start a grunge/shoegaze-alt type band but became a rappercel instead in HS; I would share but I don't want to doxx myself due to the fact I have my name & face tied to my music. I gained a lot of social status from it but no foids give a shit prolly bc my music is a little to out there in terms of subject matter.
 

Billowel2

Paladin
Former guitarcel who wanted to start a grunge/shoegaze-alt type band but became a rappercel instead in HS; I would share but I don't want to doxx myself due to the fact I have my name & face tied to my music. I gained a lot of social status from it but no foids give a shit prolly bc my music is a little to out there in terms of subject matter.
little to out there like kool keith?Wonder how much social status you did get.Not even bpd whores?
 

Billowel2

Paladin
Yung Lean mixed with a more psychedelic version of MF Doom lyrically
I have been trying to rap but i suck shit kek.But still if you are getting some status it's brutal that you can't even get some bpd whore.Obviously fornication is sinful and you deserve intense punishements from indulging in fornication,but the fact alone that some status isn't giving you anything is brutal.You really need some good status and good money to make it as an incel.To only then get divorce ***** kek
 

NRApoorboy

Ordained
I have been trying to rap but i suck shit kek.But still if you are getting some status it's brutal that you can't even get some bpd whore.Obviously fornication is sinful and you deserve intense punishements from indulging in fornication,but the fact alone that some status isn't giving you anything is brutal.You really need some good status and good money to make it as an incel.To only then get divorce ***** kek
I've gained fans??? JFL like yeah, I've got some high-fives, I've gotten praised from other underground artists, I ran into people who drove around in their car listening to my music or with their earbuds in but that was only my city/school & some other people in some very obscure corners of internet.

but I would go back into it again; regardless of whether or not foids are involved because having a creative outlet & knowing like-minded people helps distract from the bullshit & I can express myself thru music & be more honest in ways I wouldn't be able to just speaking one-on-one with someone.
 

Billowel2

Paladin
I've gained fans??? JFL like yeah, I've got some high-fives, I've gotten praised from other underground artists, I ran into people who drove around in their car listening to my music or with their earbuds in but that was only my city/school & some other people in some very obscure corners of internet.

but I would go back into it again; regardless of whether or not foids are involved because having a creative outlet & knowing like-minded people helps distract from the bullshit & I can express myself thru music & be more honest in ways I wouldn't be able to just speaking one-on-one with someone.
As someone who is trying to learn how to rap,do you have any decent books/guides/videos or general tips?
 

NRApoorboy

Ordained
As someone who is trying to learn how to rap,do you have any decent books/guides/videos or general tips?
Idk it's something you just do: I'm someone who listens to so many artists as well as new ones to where I can list a nauseating amount of people so I subconsciously pick up on different styles/flows.

I've never had issues with figuring out how to rap & I never went out of a way to figure out how people do it lmaoo. My honest advice is you should have an ear for good production because imo the way the music sounds comes first before the lyrics; good lyrics aren't worth it if your flow/style is generic. you should also develop a sense of rhythm so you can ride on the beat; I think it just comes naturally when it comes to listening to a lot of different styles of rap. also, when it comes to writing lyrics I just have a stream of consciousness that I write: I've wrote songs with people before who aren't as creative & they always say something like: "ok so what is the subject/story? what is this going to be about?" and that's why I say you should loosely relate to the subject because otherwise your going to hit writers block real quick if your too hung up on a singular idea; I try to be vague, esoteric when I'm writing, but that's just me.

When I was really young I was a big Nirvana fan & Kurt Cobain always said all his songs are just a stream of consciousness, basically. his lyrics are just random pieces of poems he wrote & he through them altogether or just random pieces of other poem. I kind of applied that same mindset to writing raps.
 

Billowel2

Paladin
Idk it's something you just do: I'm someone who listens to so many artists as well as new ones to where I can list a nauseating amount of people so I subconsciously pick up on different styles/flows.

I've never had issues with figuring out how to rap & I never went out of a way to figure out how people do it lmaoo. My honest advice is you should have an ear for good production because imo the way the music sounds comes first before the lyrics; good lyrics aren't worth it if your flow/style is generic. you should also develop a sense of rhythm so you can ride on the beat; I think it just comes naturally when it comes to listening to a lot of different styles of rap. also, when it comes to writing lyrics I just have a stream of consciousness that I write: I've wrote songs with people before who aren't as creative & they always say something like: "ok so what is the subject/story? what is this going to be about?" and that's why I say you should loosely relate to the subject because otherwise your going to hit writers block real quick if your too hung up on a singular idea; I try to be vague, esoteric when I'm writing, but that's just me.

When I was really young I was a big Nirvana fan & Kurt Cobain always said all his songs are just a stream of consciousness, basically. his lyrics are just random pieces of poems he wrote & he through them altogether or just random pieces of other poem. I kind of applied that same mindset to writing raps.
I see.Do you produce your own beats?If not,where do you find them?Just curious since as an incel life is a million times harder.
 

NRApoorboy

Ordained
I see.Do you produce your own beats?If not,where do you find them?Just curious since as an incel life is a million times harder.
It all depends, I don't really know how to get started making beats but I had friends in High School who were experimenting with making beats & my neighbor was doing the same thing so occasion I would go to there houses to record anytime I liked the beats they made, but for awhile I didn't because I'm really particular about what beats I want to use.

I used to message somewhat known producers in the Underground on Instagram or whenever their was deal that made sense I buy beats for $50-60 but only from people who are somewhat known in the industry.
 
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