Heya folks! I'm sure you've probably been wondering about me. After all, I've been awful quiet here in the internet-o-webs. Well, here's the skinny.
Well you see, I've been up to an awful lot but they're all big projects. Gym Jane is back in full production. In fact, for the first time EVER for me, my animation has actually caught up to my writing! Yeah, I actually had to put animation on hold while I actually finished the writing process. Not to worry though, four fifths of the writing was already done when I restarted working on it and since I hit my road block, I've picked writing back up and I'm making good progress. Soon, the writing will be completed and the animation will be done to match. I still need to do all the sex scenes and the Easter eggs but it'll be nice to be getting to the juicy bits, ya know? It also means that I'll be opening up alpha testing. I have some friends that will help me with that part but I'd like to source some of that testing out to the general public too. You know, get a broader opinion on the general game mechanics. But that's for another day and it's also not the only thing I've been busy with.
Some of you may recall a piece I did not long ago with Linda in more sonic-style proportions. In that piece I mentioned a little game called Project X Love Potion Disaster. It's a fun, independently-developed hentai game. More importantly though, it's actually a good game with good mechanics. It's not just a game to get off too. It's just a fortunate side-effect. XD Anyway, I really liked the project and what they were doing. I mean REALLY liked it. I liked it so much that I wanted to be a part of it and that's just what I did. I joined the Project X Love Potion Disaster development team. It's a lot of fun! It's all pixel-work which is a different medium for me but it's getting easier and easier to work with. Either way, it's been taking up a lot of my free time and unfortunately, I can't really share what I'm working on with the world until the next version of the game is released. If you haven't seen the game, please give it a look over at: http://projectx.zetar02.org/ It's one of the best independently-developed games I've ever played, let alone been a part of!