forgetting

I have quite a few social media site that I try to keep up to date as much as I can. That does, sadly mean that sometimes something falls through the cracks and in this case I forgot to post these pieces here-

But I guess that isn’t such a crime, when I get to throw 2 of these at the blog all at once, especially since I am quite happy with these 2.

Motorcycle

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I realised that every vigennete I have created with a mototrized vehicle in it has been blue. I don’t know what that is about, but it is a thing.

maybe, subconsciously, the act of looking at a vehicle makes me blue… Maybe that’s what is happening?

bedroom

026for todays vignette I wanted to create a companion to the modernist livingroom. I wanted to create something that would look dark and kinda awesome.

This red and grey combination is one of my favourites, so while I still don’t know what I want to use these designs for, I really like the designs.

Finally out of Alpha

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I have been working on the chain broke steadily for just about 8 months and I have finally made it ou of alpha!!!

What does that mean?

well, it means that I have a finished game. A buggy, narratively broke, kinda boring game, certainly, but a finished game none the less. I could release this game tomorrow, if I wanted to, I don’t though.

I am going to be spending the next 5 months, getting the game into BETA and polishing it to near perfection.

Clawing my way towards beta

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I had no idea how long I would be working on the chain broke when I started working on it. Initially, it was supposed to be a small 3 month project, that was going to bring me out of the funk I was in at the time.

These 8 months into the project, and I realise how naive I was to think that the project was going to be anything but a Herculean undertaking.

This is why every milestone has to be celebrated, no matter how minute.

Today, for instance, I finally finished decorating the final scene I created in January.

OK, that needs some explanation.

I created 26 levels in January on my way to a very early alpha of the game. These levels were simply meant to be guidelines that I would follow when designing the rest of the game.

I had no idea that I would be working for 7 months on those 26 levels (which became 30 over time). So now, that I have finally finished the 26th level I can look at the last couple (as in literally 2) levels completely without any old guidelines to follow.

This is both kinda fun and kinda scary.