Dead Week

Dead Week

Dead Week

I promise this is the scariest interactive horror webtoon about final exams you’ll play today.

Beware of watching while alone at home.

PLAY Dead Week

(Tested on OSX in Chrome and Safari, and on Windows in Chrome and IE. Layered audio does not work on mobile. Sorry about that.)

If you like IF, you might be interested in sub-Q Magazine, launching Spring 2015.

Twine is a platform for making interactive fiction–stories integrated with choice, picture, and sound. Do you make Twine things, too? Enjoy these audio macros with volume controls and seamless loops:

Motte and Bailey prototypes

You remember “Crow Stew”?

Well, I was digging through my sketchbook and found the Motte and Bailey prototypes.

Height differential remains the same

Height differential remains the same

Trying out facial expressions

Trying out facial expressions

Ugtred the Orc used to be human.

This design voiced by Gaston instead of Grover

This design voiced by Gaston instead of Grover

Sort of a handsome man thing. Totally different dynamic. Same suit size, though.

There never was a fairy in the script so I’m not sure why I drew a fairy. Funsies!

Motte and Bailey Walk Cycle Tests

Motte and Bailey walk cycle test

In the course of defending their lunch, Motte and Bailey and the orks needed to get around. Toon Boom makes it easy to drop in walk cycle frames. I just had to figure out how to do the walks.

Bailey

A little spring in her step. After this, I would have put skirts on everyone if I could have.

Motte

A little jaunty. A little nervous. He’d rather be at home.

An Ork

This guy ended up not making the cut, but I enjoyed trying to give him some ‘tude. And maybe a stiff knee. This ork has seen some stuff.

This lip sync test also exists and will until YouTube figures out my total lack of rights to Billy Joel’s “For the Longest Time.” (Did you know Billy Joel sang all the parts? So the guys in the video are but avatars? Weird. Eerie.)

(Audio is high. Foley is absent. I am not an editor. This may be obvious.)

Motte and Bailey: Crow Stew

Motte and Bailey - Crow Stew

It’s here! Please enjoy this animated short that me and Jeremy did.

It is less than four minutes long. It just wants to make you happy. You should watch it. No pressure.

Ask a Mad Scientist – Dr. Berm, Part 1

Dr. Berm - Ask a Mad Scientist - The Tory Party

The first part of an exclusive interview series with the very finest mad scientists in the business.

More may come. Be advised.

Bananasaurus Rex

I’ve been absorbed in some projects so what I have for you is this:

Idea by AVanD.