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The Amber Sword – Volume 2 Chapter106

FEBRUARY 20, 2017~SILENTWOLFIE

TL: Some stuff I want to talk about, skip to chapter’s name if you wish to skip on my ramblings about my art stuff.

TL: For the past few weeks I have been scratching my head and looking over some fundamental stuff for anatomy, until I recently found a video by cushart on doing fundamental ‘spatial’ construction which I’m currently practicing.

I am actually incredibly bad at constructing a 3D image properly in my mind and needs tons of reference. The tips that my teachers gave were kind of there but not quite enough or too hard to understand. The theory is there, using XYZ as coordinates in space to kind of plot where the fundamental shape should be, but I could never really grasp it properly because it’s too complicated for me.

Cushart’s video goes into details about how he plots and constructs using, well, easy maths (sort of). I’m not sure how far I can go with his method, but I do find it incredibly useful in training fundamentals in ‘spatial XYZ coordinates’. I’m pretty much spending the entire day just to kind of practice in that area, and I’ll probably just keep going at it for the next 10 days.

I keep wanting to edit my old chapters and write some codes for the website, but the issue of needing to settle important fundamentals about anatomy keep coming up, and I really want to get my weakest area to a manageable state by the end of this month.

Anyways, here’s the donated chapter, and thank you very much for your continued support on TAS and putting up with my ramblings.

Also, to make up for the late chapter, I decided to TL one more chapter (which took another few more hours, lol.)

Chapter 106 – Lure (6)

“You don’t wish to learn?” Nalaethar looked at Brendel with complete ridicule in his eyes.

“I want to, of course I want to.” Brendel rushed his answer out.

[Is there a need to even ask? Which idiot would refuse a Silver Elf’s technique?]

“The Elven techniques can’t be taught to you, so there’s no need to think about it.” Nalaethar’s eyes changed back to its usual taciturn look. “Don’t be so hasty, I already told you our techniques are specifically designed for my race.”

Brendel nodded, but his mind said otherwise: “Then…?”

“I can teach you something else that we learned,” Nalaethar paused for a moment: “Do you know how important it is to determine how strong your enemies—“

“Hold on!” Brendel drew in a breath rapidly and interrupted: “Are you talking about the ability ‘Probe’?”

Brendel was trying hard to restrain himself from beating his fists into the air. The unsociable Silver Elf suddenly looked like he was becoming affable, Brendel looked hopefully at him.

He had been relying on numbers from the system to gauge the NPC enemies’ levels, and had always felt disturbed by the lack of accurate information on their stats. He used his own experience to recall vital enemies’ stats and their favored techni

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