Fan art for Item Haver, a game currently in development. They sure do “have” a lot of “items”…View Item
You might not get a game that expands your concept of what “games” can be every year, or even every other year, but this is one of those years.View Item
Based on a misreading of a username in a Splatoon lobby. Speaking of Splatoon, I’ve got to write about it soon…View Item
It’s been almost a month since Satoru Iwata’s sudden passing. I still think about it almost every day. The thought immediately following is usually some version of “That’s messed up.” It’s astounding, something that no one really saw coming. The way we found out. The sudden outpouring of emotion on social media. The fan art – […]View Item
For a collaboration of Kirby bosses, I illustrated Queen Sectonia, the final boss of Kirby Triple Deluxe! Her battle’s music, “DIRTY & BEAUTY“, captures perfectly the theme of her villainy.View Item
Yoshi’s Island is one of my all-time favorite video games, one reaching a platforming perfection few games, including its “sequels”, have been able to recapture. So it would make sense that it’s one of few I played enough to discover a glitch: this glitch, which I submitted looong ago to a Mario fansite I used to frequent.
I drew this for one of many art collaborations going around social media right now! In particular, these guys are from Super Smash Bros. — remember them? I have fond childhood memories of trying desperately (and failing ) to outrun these guys in Race to the Finish. Personally, I think they should make a comeback […]View Item
For some reason, I only JUST found out about this event — a week-long, 24-hour livestream of video game speedruns done to raise funds for cancer research through the Prevent Cancer Foundation. A great thing for a great cause: as of this posting, they’ve raised $363,000 of their $500,000 goal! I’ve been watching on-and-off since Tuesday and I’ve gotta say, as someone who knows one too many people touched by cancer, and as a gamer, that I’m very happy this event exists to help people.
EDIT: They ultimately raised over one million dollars! $1,023,218.02 as of 1/14 10 AM CST. That’s amazing.