2020 was a wild ride. Over the course of the past year I continued to create environments using smooth terrain while trying to expand my skill set past just that, dabbling in electronic art, chiptune music, and building in studio.
This year, I’ll mostly be focusing on improving my building skills making them much better than it already is and I will be learning blender since it’ll be helping me by A LOT once I know how it works and what to do.
With all of this, my goal is to make a much better showcase once I manage to master all of these.
Mainly looking to get a MKWii and MKDD feel. Maybe even a little bit of DS with the way the drift works, but I personally love the chaotic physics of DD and also the general vibe of Wii. If you like any of those games, I think my game will be fun for you.
Also looking at this preview video, I’m happy that the controller controls are basically the exact same as MK8 but with Double Dash item swapping added. Keyboard ones are a bit strange, I would of preferred to use E to throw an item forwards and Q to throw it backwards.
currently working on some sort of singleplayer game that’s like a story, and have only finished the main menu so far. i’m currently working on this, house that the player is in when they start the game. all of this, done by me.
note about the name on top: the name of the game hasn’t been decided, so i’m just leaving it as creation until i get an idea of what name i want the game to be.
This was my second GFX, and it was made for my friend, CaptainCru_uxy. Some of you may realise that this is a JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure reference. I followed what he wanted, including things for the background. The model of the stand behind him is his creation. I used Boatbomber’s background for the GFX.
This is my most recent GFX, a remake of the previous one, featuring the same stand. This time I added a space-like background, and an aura for the stand & stand user. The quote is also a reference to the original stand user of C-Moon, the stand.
I’ll be improving on my skills soon, mainly in lighting & backgrounds.
That’s all for now, thank you for reading, and happy new year!