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I was working on a Pokemon parody last year with a buddy until a cup of "fuck it" set in. It was gonna feature some loud voices and nitpicky jabs at how the new starters were all re-hashed Gen 1 and 2 Pokemon.
Here's one of the more interesting clips from the animatic: http://www.newgrounds.com/dump/item/efba680a160d774831441a04e65133d7
Participated in a little Cyanide & Happiness contest on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/explosm/photos/a.427422470475.216607.67400590475/10155329040930476/?type=3&__mref=message_bubble
This was my submission:
Like it (although you can choose not to; don't feel pressured).
Looked at the calendar a couple days ago and realized it was Madness Day. It's weird - in previous years, I would anticipate the 22nd all year because it kept me so involved in my work.
I don't have anything to show for this year, at least not in terms of Madness. I DO have a project (one that I'm starting on again after a year-long hiatus) in the works. Here's a few little previews.
Helped develop a game and animated a promo trailer for it. It's on the app store as of last night and is free to download, so check it out!
Watch the Podcast here. I animated the intro for it and get a couple little shoutouts. But more importantly: MADNUS.
Working on a little something that probably won't see the light of day for many moons (I'm talking late next year *nudge**nudge*). It's in extremely early stages so far, so I couldn't show much, even if I wanted to. All you need to know is:
A) It's being made.
B) It's Madness-related.
C) It's my last Madness-related piece.
D) Here's a preview.
I've been absent from the Madness fan animation scene for quite some time. And while moving on with projects like Stainville has been a great adventure in terms of exploring animation and developing my own sense of style, working with Madness sprites always fills me with nostalgia and feels very comfortable and familiar to me. Clicking and dragging and mashing the f6 button is a great release after animating hours of painstaking frame-by-frame drawings. Even though my last submission was not a serious attempt at animating (yet, a fitting response to all users badgering me to finish the HotS series), it was nice to doodle up sprites and make them move - create a live atmosphere from scratch.
So, while I was riding that little high that was HotS 2.2, I opened up Flash again and decided to work on a new project, which I plan to submit alongside the one I mentioned at the top of this post. It's a project that I planned to finish a long time ago, but never got around to for a number of reasons. And, if there's any anticipation built for my next Madness toon, this one probably holds the majority of it.
How's about for MD2015 I hit you with some R3 action?
P.S. Vote for Stainville 4 for Monthly Best for September!
Watch the epic conclusion here on this NewGrounds!: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/646265
I'm serious, but that's fine.
I still think Twitter's pretty dumb. Every time I use it, I have a strong urge to just delete it. I'm going to see if I can accrue some followers first, though, before I decide to act on this. Click below to follow me!
Oh, and Stainville Episodes 3 and 4 are now on Youtube. You should probably check those out!
The team behind Madness: Project Nexus 2 needs your help! With current efforts being focused on bringing attention to the the Kickstarter, the developers are keen on bringing community involvement into the scheme! Anyone who is determined to see this project through, those who can’t stand for even the slightest chance of the Kickstarter failing, or even those who simply can’t financially help the Kickstarter. This is your chance!
On Thursday September 11, 2014, the community volunteers working in conjunction with the developers will start a letter writing campaign to the various gaming news site on the web. This will be done by sending messages through email, twitter, facebook, youtube, and any other method of communication we can contact them with.
We have compiled a list of sites we are targeting, with their various forms of contact information can be found within this thread on the Official Project Nexus 2 forums:
You can send your own custom messages about the project, but must include one of the links below to send them to the Kickstarter page.
http://kck.st/1nrqbc2 - (for those of you that use twitter)
We also have prepared an assortment of premade messages on the Official Project Nexus Forums, which can be found here:
The link includes all the information you’ll need to help and be apart of this campaign. Remember this campaign is both supported and driven by the community. If the Kickstarter doesn’t have your backing, whether that be financial or willingness to help out it will fail. We the community, are the only ones who can determine this, and we are the ones at fault if we let if fail. Good luck guys and happy posting.
For those of you who would like to get more involved, we are recruiting dedicated Madness fans to the Street Team of the Official Project Nexus 2 forums. We are members who are coordinating the fan efforts to help this project. If you wish to join visit:
Disclaimer: We don’t condone the use of continually spamming pages, harassing accounts, bumping threads, or breaking the rules/terms and conditions of other sites. Please keep the letter campaign healthy, and give it the proper respect it deserves. Cheers!