WAIT A MINUTE BEFORE YOU PLAY IT-- THERE'S NO LOADING SCREEN AND IT'S A 14 MB FILE!!!! IN FACT, YOU MIGHT AS WELL JUST DOWNLOAD IT. I'm sorry, I'll learn how to make loading screens as soon as I can!
-- oh, and turn up the volume!
Because I'm eating frosting straight out of the container tonight, I thought everyone else deserved a little treat, too.
Or, in this case, a big treat.
Yes, yes, we're skipping 104 for now... don't worry, we'll come back to it.
So, here, folks, is the story of Jet and Jalt. Take from it what you will; I will NOT be answering any questions you may have about the video because I want people to interpret it for themselves. And remember: in the world of artsy cinematography, little is chronological.
And, because 105 is clearly a large project and QUITE the special edition, I WON'T be uploading any new comics for at least a couple of weeks. Finals are coming up and I am swamped and it would kill me if I tried to make any more time for the 50last.
Hey, I actually figured out how to use the new software! Woo! 'Course, it was troublesome trying to figure out which of the actionscript versions I needed to use and all that, but I got it all figured out.
Sorry if you were expecting some super cool unit. I had these voices lying around in a folder, and since it was small, it gave me a chance to go in and look at Flash 5.5. Now that I know it works and it's not going to crash my computer when I use it, I'll probably see about finishing up the Chaos Lord from WA.
In the meantime, enjoy this Labor Engine soundboard. Anyone else think the Judgement of Carrion is just a tad creepy? I think this thing wanted to get me killed.
This is a test project for an idea I had to do an animation to explain my Space Marine Chapter's fluff. The "Welsh" text is a temporary joke, as this is very much inspired by the animation on the 1980 TV version of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. That text will eventually be replaced and this is very much work in progress.
Re-uploading some previously deleted work and a DD.
Poster for a past Star Wars gallery show. Planned on doing a big action scene, but instead went with this. If you don't get the joke, it's a cross-over between Samuel L. Jackson's character Mace Windu (Star Wars) and Jules Winnfield (Pulp Fiction).
The poster is a mix between this scene, and Mace Windu's fight with Palpatine where he nearly kills the Sith Lord. Anyways, I like to imagine this is how that scene played out like and ended.