8’D !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

8’D !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

AHH DSLKJFEOIW OHMIGOD MARKIPLIER IS PLAYING OFF

I LOVE THIS GUY, I LOVE THIS GAME, THIS IS SO GREAT AGHHH

Hi hi! I’m back from game making and the resulting death from lack of sleep! Now I’m alive again! Come check out my game here!! It’s inspired by Off and Okami and Klonoa, so if you like any of those games, go play it! You should comment on it, and maybe vote for it if you feel like you want to go through making an account…which is stupid, I don’t know why they set it up that way but oh well. Uhh yeah if you need help or if I didn’t explain things enough, just ask me and I’ll gladly tell ya what’s up!

Look, here’s some pictures from it!

Faces!

Walking animations!

 A gross enemy!

A map! Ooh!

Go check it out, I worked a month straight on it! I didn’t leave my room except for food and bathroom!! I’m all gross and pasty now!!! And I’m still tired!!! HOORAY!!!!!

- S I C K   B A T T E R -

- S I C K   B A T T E R -

Been working on making a game for a month-long game development contest…Be back after the month’s over! C: (I’ll leave you with yet another OFF drawing~)

Colored Batter sketches!

Batch #1 of colored tiny Elsen sketches!

I’m back! I made this necklace for my jewelry/metals class final! The assignment was to make a hollow form necklace (using soldering techniques) inspired by architecture.

I took inspiration from Egyptian pyramids and UFOs’ strangely specific forms. I also included elements of natural architecture, such as lotus seed pods, that instilled a sense of fear to make the piece pretty but slightly unsettling overall. In the end, I wanted my necklace to look like it was an ancient artifact from outer space. The top part of the hollow form, the wire and the toggle are brass, the sides and back of the hollow form are copper with liver of sulfur patina; the whole thing was soldered together, filed and sanded thoroughly.

This project was fun to make and I found out I really love soldering! I am super proud of it because it turned out exactly like how I planned, which almost never happens! YAY TRIANGLES!

After all, we are only in a video game…

After all, we are only in a video game…

OFF sketches—the proper way to use scrap paper!