Monday, September 30, 2019

YouTube Recap | Videos from September 2019

In case you are not subscribed to our YouTube Channel or you missed one, here are the videos we released in the month of September! In total, a total of 6 vids were released. This month had some excellent cooking, gardening, and behind the scenes videos! More videos are coming, so don't forget to subscribe!

Gardener Reacts to the Farming Skill in RuneScape
"After all the RuneScape references we've made over the years, I decided it was time to make a RuneScape video." -- Vinny

Sunflowers at Full Bloom #sunflowerchallenge2019

It took me 3 months for this moment....
From starting my seeds....
To watering everyday....
To defending the container from an ant invasion!

and now finally, my sunflowers have bloomed!

Friday, September 6, 2019

Greens and Machines Soundtrack Volume 1

If you've been watching our YouTube videos, you have definitely heard the music in them. That music has been compiled by none other than Diecaster D. AKA DJ Petesake. Now on his Soundcloud is the first volume of instrumentals we've used in our videos. Have a look! Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

The First Sunflower Blooms | #sunflowerchallenge2019

The first of the 4 sunflowers I've got growing for #sunflowerchallenge2019 has bloomed! This is a variety called Mammoth Russian, but being confined to a container garden, they are not quite that size.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Gardener IRL reacts to Old School RuneScape Farming

If you haven't noticed from some of our blog posts and design inspirations, we played a lot of RuneScape in the past. Back in 2005 when we first played, Jagex revealed the farming skill. At first I was a bit put aback by it because who on earth would want to grow virtual vegetables when you can do it outside. Well, the skill was fairly popular, a little addicting, and a good moneymaker in RuneScape itself. And eventually after that, Farmville and Farming Simulator were created and released so that answers my question regarding the genre.

Here are the main points of the video: