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Sunday
May152016

Mister Goh 362 - Forward Roll

I'm more of a nigiri fan myself.
Thursday
May122016

Slime Catcher Intro Comic

Here are the comics that make up the introduction sequence for my newest game Slime Catcher. Elite and Ritz are a fun pair to write stories about.
Wednesday
May112016

Game Release - Slime Catcher v1.0.0


Elite and Ritz the Robot have found out that dealing in spice is not the best way to make a living. Upon running into a sign of new fortune, they have learned the big bucks lie in slime catching. Without any proper equipment, Elite decides throwing a robot head is as good a slime catcher as anything.

- Daily challenges: every day offers a different layout, battery storage, and slime spawn rate.
- Handdrawn animations
- Keyboard and Mouse control scheme
- No ads! Completely offline!

Future updates will include new slime types, larger arenas, and powerups!

Download for Mac: Itch.io
Saturday
May072016

Game Design - Speed Wall

My 3-year-old son designed his first honest to goodness game today with rules and winning conditions. I helped him the scoring part. He came up with the hug bonus. I've never been prouder.
Thursday
Apr212016

3D Illustration - Ramen

I have started to learn 3D with Blender and here is my second attempt at rendering something: a bowl of ramen. I've always been enamored with the low poly stuff, so it's really nice go be able to create something in the style that I enjoy so much.
Wednesday
Apr132016

Spice Catcher out on iOS and Android

Just a friendly reminder that Spice Catcher is now out on iOS and Android.

Download on iTunes: iTunes Link
Download on Google Play: Google Play Link
Tuesday
Apr122016

Let's Draw... Spelunky

To celebrate the recent release of the first of many Boss Fight books, I decided to do up some Spelunky goodness.

You can pick up your copy of “Spelunky” written by the handsome, and very pleasant, Derek Yu on Amazon.com.

Buy the Book: http://amzn.to/1VRZIIT
Monday
Apr112016

Let's Draw... Misty

I have this fun “how to draw One Piece with ballpoint pens” that I thought I’d draw some inspiration from in regards to my little “let’s draw” tutorials. They change colors when you’re supposed to use a different colored pen, but I thought it would be a nice visual indicator if each new set of lines was a new color for each new step.

So you see in this tutorial each new set of lines is red. Then on the next step those previous lines go to black, and the new set go to red.

You can see a vertical line of six Misty heads. I had to figure out the simplest way to draw her before I could turn it into a tutorial.

On the way to work today I thought to myself why I enjoyed Ed Emberley style drawing books over the more detailed, better looking ones like “Draw 50 Monsters” by Lee Ames. I think it was mainly because at 8 years old I couldn’t make my drawings look like Lee Ames’ drawings. It would be like, “I followed the directions and it looks nothing like that.” With the Ed Emberley books, they were simple enough where when you finished it looked like it was supposed to. It’s like following a baking recipe and it looking like the picture.

+1 Confidence!

It’s an interesting psychological effect that I’m going to look into some more. It’s probably one of the reasons we love building with Legos so much. I’m not talking about the freeform creativity you can have with Legos, but the building of the models via instructions. There’s something so satisfying and fun about doing that contained set of instructions to get something that looks just like the box.

“I did it!”
Sunday
Apr102016

Let's Draw... Garrus


I have a tendency to lay out the drawings as if I were doing vector art. Because of that, you can get away with drawing large shapes and placing them behind other layers. But when you try to make it a "step by step", it gets a little weird. Thought I'd try laying out the step-by-step differently.
Friday
Apr082016

Let's Draw... Hellboy


The other day I found an Ed Emberley book I had purchased a few years ago. It was one of my favorite drawing books growing up. It wasn't one of those "draw this immaculate owl in 6 steps" where the last step is "fill in details". It was like a model kit. Each step told what shapes or lines you had to add.

It was great!

Hoping one day my kids enjoy this kind of thing as well. Anyway, thought I'd try putting one together too of our favorite Baby Ruth and pancake eating, cigar smoking, connoisseur.