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Hiya.

I make things with vector points, polygons and code.

Vectors.

Math was never particularly my strong suit. So instead, I just let a few programs flip some numbers around in order to make pretty pixels on my screen.

Much less scary than numbers, indeed.

More on the gallery page

Polygons.

Some of these could actually exist. Most of them would require you to either toss glass cubes into a blender or to exist in a dimension where the laws of physics don't apply.

And which has oxygen, but you already knew that.

More on the gallery page

Code.

When I was around 10 or 11 years old I wrote some weird programs in C#. Fast forward a couple years and now I write weird websites and programs in C#.

Don't worry about my git commits. I'm doing splendid.

More on GitHub

I've come to make an announcement:

App router.

I finished migrating to the app router, which I had been putting off for so long. Fuck I'm tired.

In other news:

The gallery page is complete.

Almost every 2D graphic, 3D render and animation I've made since 2019 can now be found here. There are also a couple things I haven't published before.

A(nother) GUI for yt-dlp.

yt-dlp is a command line tool for downloading videos. I wrote a small fontend for it so it's a little easier to use.

Logos for openSUSE.

These designs actually won in the openSUSE logo contest. Yay. The designs are inspired by the logos of their more recent distros such as Aeon and MicroOS. I didn't want to reinvent the wheel here.

More into anime girls?

The official pprmint.art website's got you covered. Long live the Internet.

Here's the latest* artwork of Mina, my OC, drawn by Nanogon.
* Latest SFW artwork. Don't really wanna show the other stuff right on the home page.

Questions?

I've got answers

Actually, before you ask: It's pronounced "peppermint" just like the plant. That's not obvious to some people, but now you're smarter than them.