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February 24, 1989
The crowbar snaps in two
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Favorite visual artistSimon StålenhagFavorite TV showsWakfu, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, Over the Garden WallFavorite bands / musical artistsThe Mountain Goats, Andrew Jackson Jihad, Amanda Palmer, Cosmo JarvisFavorite writersWarren Ellis, Alan Moore, Chuck PalahniukFavorite gamesCave Story, Bastion, The Walking Dead, Spec Ops: The Line, Half-Life 2Favorite gaming platformPCTools of the TradeAdobe Photoshop, Adobe Flash, Manga Studio, SketchUp
Another work thing I finished recently. Each pair represents one of the in-game factions, from left to right it's Deprived, Eclipse and Vanguard. Took me awhile to finish, but was certainly worth it! I expanded on many ideas that I didn't fully flesh out in the previous rendition.
My fanart for the amazing podcast Welcome to Night Vale created by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. If this is your first time hearing about it then free up the next few days, because you're in for the adventure of a lifetime. And I swear the floating «ON AIR» sign was not meant to be a pun. Please don't take me to pun jail.
A short teaser for a narrative-driven platformer/adventure game I chip away at in my personal time using Construct 2 engine. What started out as random Twitter doodles turned into something that occupied my mind for quite some time. Here's to hoping that something finished will one day come out of it!