Have you noticed those stupid borders around my images like in my guide to ship effects post? I have. If you know how to remove those borders through the Blogger HTML, please help! I hate those unevenly spaced borders and want to get rid of them altogether!
Friday, October 15, 2010
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Thursday, October 14, 2010
I will go through the following effects in 2 or 3 posts, not in this order:
- Sensor booster
- Tracking enhancer
- ECM/Warp disruptor/Tracking disruptor/Sensor dampener
- Shield hardener
- Armor hardener
- Active shield repairing
- Active armor repairing
(No hull repairing, sorry)
- Remote shield transfer
- Remote capacitor transfer
- Remote armor transfer
Lasers/Projectiles/Railguns/Blasters (in a separate section later maybe, with videos and sounds)
Let me know if I'm missing anything else!
One of the easiest auras to recognize, the sensor boosting ship emits shining white rays from its core. Watch out for interceptors with these modules if you're with them in a gate camp, since it usually means you won't catch anything before they do. Effect is the same with either scripts.
This one's not too difficult. Most often emitted by scimitars, basilisks, ospreys, and caldari capital ships. Looks like a white pulsating beam with regularly spaced rings.
This module is used to counter jamming ships. It is often fitted on logistics to prevent them from being jammed. Looks like a white spiral mosaic, don't know how else to describe it but the picture is true to life. Unmistakable.
A triage carrier will repair itself and remote repair its friends much more effectively, but at the cost of not being able to move. This one is a bit subtle, but it looks like small golden worms are crawling across the body of the carrier.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
As you may all know, Rixx Jarvix from EVOGANDA has been a renowned banner and signature designer for many EVE corporations and blogs. I contacted him some time ago because I wasn't happy with the crappily-assembled banner that I made on some winter night when I was learning how to use Photoshop. He's been a very easy guy to work with and I'm really happy with the way my new banner has turned out. Check out his other lovely pieces of work at his Eve portfolio and his blog. Thanks Rixx! <3
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