I’ve been quiet a while for reasons I may post about in further detail later. The short of it is that I’ve been taking a break and enjoying more of life, spurring myself toward pleasurable activities and now short projects — such as this one! Freckles: A Prompto Zine is a 20-page fan zine for […]
UNDERTALE came out over a year ago. Can you believe it? It still feels like just yesterday when it burst onto the scene in non-violent glory. I’m so glad that many people ended up loving this game — it even made the local anime convention more fun than usual earlier this year.
It’s about time I added some more Sketchy Sunday posts! I meant to be drawing a lot more every day, especially these past few weeks, but I do have some drawing projects planned, especially when it comes to working my way back to larger pieces. Anyway, check out these doodles form the last few months. What […]
From an inside joke earlier this year… A more zen imagining of an old classic. (You shouldn’t do yoga with a hat on.) I grew up with lots of old cartoons like Yogi Bear and Tom & Jerry. Do you think I should re-imagine more classic cartoons? It’s pretty tough (if recent media is any indication) […]
The final Splatfest came sooner than I thought, a little over a year after the game launched! It pitted our two favorite squids, Callie and Marie, against each other, and while my team lost, we’re all winners in the end — united in the game of Splatoon! Keep splatting, y’all!
This month, Awesome Games Done Quick managed to raised another $1.2m for the Prevent Cancer Foundation over the course of a week. I again blew out my ISP’s data limit watching it for most of the week, and it was well worth it. What a way to start off the year! I was feeling pretty […]
A quick color test I did of these cute heroes. Kirby and Klonoa, as series, are very similar to each other. Their games are among my favorites, close to my heart and very good besides, each with their own unique design and gameplay mechanics. Unfortunately, it feels as if Klonoa’s time is over; although I’d […]