youtu.be/p3ZAcxorIeo Process video for my illustration of Samus. I apologise for the low res, I made a mistake while recording this process video and the settings were wrong. I hope you can still get something out of it. Will do better next time ^_^ www.patreon.com/sykosan
So a while back Cartoon Network ran a pitch competition where you could pitch an idea. I didn't win, but I thought it was a fun enough concept to take a little further with. So over the last couple of months I've been tinkering away with fleshing out the concept a bit.
It's rough around the edges and there's things I'd do differently, but it's time to work on some new projects as this was taking me a fair bit of time to get through now that I've been taken up freelancing.
To get a bit of background on it here's my original submission: [link]
So after seeing my partner playing the iOS game "Tiny Thief" (which is really cute and you should check it out) I got inspired to play around again with Sophie Houlden's Flash game platform maker: edward.sophiehoulden.com/
It's just the bare bones basics of a single screen platformer, but just thought it'd be fun to throw something together.
After getting past the start screen you may have to click the screen one more time to get the character moving (not sure why at this stage). I'll hopefully find what the problem is soon and update.
Some basic stand-up grappling shit. I decided to do this after working on the How to spot a Trained Fighter thing.
- The single leg variation with your head on the opponent's midsection is nicknamed by Quinton "Rampage" Jackson as "The Lewinsky"
- Much of these moves are a little exaggerated for flashy effect but also to make it easier to see what is happening.
- A couple of pro wrestling moves shown here may be a little iffy in terms of effectiveness, but regardless, are quite dangerous if you're slamming some asshole into something like say...concrete.
- Now I'm not a fan of pro wrestling, but I will say this: Pro Wrestling may be staged for your entertainment, but it is not "fake." Those guys are physically trained to take all those slams and they'd better not fuck up. The real challenge they face is NOT injuring each other, and that takes skill.