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*shakes fist at homwork*

This is a little project (I know, I'm sorry to those people who are commisioning me, Those will be done before Christmas!) That I have been working on/off for about 2 weeks.

Its a pet game, for a saw a lack of these fun games on DA ):


I hope you like it <33

Oh yes, I'm still pretty n00b at Flash, so If you see any bugs, note me!
<33

OH SNAP
Yes, I realize that the "Feed" button isn't working, and I really have no idea as to why D: It seemed to have saved it as a seperate swf. file. But it works perfectly on my desktop/in flash, withour having to import into the stage.
Anyone know how to fix it?
:heart:
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**The game feature "Feed" seems to only work for Firefox users D:!
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*If you can't see the game or happens some bug, try to upload your Flash Player and/or press f5 (refresh) on your browser.

If you wanna see another cool dolls go to my Flash Stuff gallery [link]

Do you want to order a comission? Take a look here: [link]
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:faint: Wow well it's finally done! Slogging away at AS3 for a couple of weeks is honestly a fantastic way to get some good nights sleep I can tell ya.

I've always been a huge advocate of visual representations! I know if I was buying a custom doll I'd be thrilled to bits if I could accurately see what it was going to look like. This designer has limitations on the body, tummy and wing fabrics because I can only buy them in certain colours (although there are 64 to choose from!). The other parts have colourpickers, which you can put a hex code in if you like or select from a standard swatch list. Added to that... There is a free-draw ability so when you click and drag the mouse you can draw (admittedly blocky) designs onto the wings!

The free-draw feature has realistic limitations. When I airbrush markings onto a doll they aren't opaque, otherwise the fur would get matted and crusty. They blend nicely with the base fabric, and I tried to reflect that in the designer by making the free-draw a multiply layer. You can choose the colour of the free-draw feature with a colourpicker :)

My long-term watchers will have seen me experimenting with this concept before with my "design a doll" project which I submitted nearly a year ago to the day! 6th Feb 2012... :D I think I've come a way since then...


There are no rules for this, you may use the images in any way you like so long as you DO NOT remove the link to my website. :dance:

And most importantly! Mofs are available to buy on my Etsy, there are two premades still available or if you're having a blast with the designer and have made something you really love, there are :star:THREE custom Mof slots available!:star:

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Blurb from loading/starting page:

Welcome to the Magweno Art Dolls Mof Designer! Here you can choose from 64 different colours of fabric for the body, tummy and wings of your doll, as well as choose any colour you like for the head, ruff, hands, feet, eyes and all the other details. You can even draw your own designs on your Mof's wings and body!

This designer aims to be as accurate as can be! It's impossible for the dye to remain totally opaque on the fabric and remain soft, so the drawing effect is set to "multiply" to mimic that effect. Painting yellow onto black never really works & we want our Mofs to be as soft and cuddly!

When you're done designing your Mof you can click on the little save button and download the image to your computer. From there you can email me the image or upload it to a website, whatever you like!

Mof Dolls are available for 90 + P&P
If you'd like me to make your Mof please email your design to mofs@magweno.com with any extra instructions and I will send you an invoice!
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Animation for concept studio made for my betta fish, Giacometti. It's designed specifically for him to interact with. Let's hope it works.
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collab with :icongummiken:
gummi likes murdering skeletons and Tumbles.
audio: vine.co/v/iAZIXJmOX2i
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"You can't kill me if I'm already dead"

I may be on hiatus from chat and such due to stress, but that doesn't mean I've stopped doing art. This was actually pretty relaxing for the most part, though it did get annoying getting things to happen that Flash doesn't actually support.

Programs used: Paint Tool SAI, Photoshop, AfterEffects, Flash
And most of these programs were not used in the way you'd think.
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Since Flash doesn't work on some devices I put up some still images too:
RainbowDash01 by HollyIvyDesigns RainbowDash03 by HollyIvyDesigns RainbowDash02 by HollyIvyDesigns 

I usually end up with so many photos when I take pictures of my plushes that I have a hard time deciding which ones I want to use... So I wanted to try something a little different this time - and I made a little interactive Flash spinning thingie! You can just click on it and drag it with your mouse to spin!

More information about this plush over here:
Rainbow Dash and Scootaloo by HollyIvyDesigns
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After a 3 attempts to finally get all the coding to work I finally got it done and am really proud of it :) There is currently only Xephos to dress up but i'm going to be adding more clothes and characters as soon as i have time. This my first attempt at a Flash game, so don't judge the quality to bad. Well i hope you enjoy it!

If you have any suggestion for clothing, accessories, or anything else you think should be in the game, message me on Tumblr or post in the comments

Thank you!

Edit: Removed the music till I can figure out how to put in a mute button
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Score for Toniko Pantoja's animated film "Crayon Dragon" which will be out in a few weeks. Was really a lot fun scoring this as the film downright demanded a narrative score. This is an extended version of the score as I wanted the player performances to be heard a little better. Everything after 3 minutes is basically an alternative mix of the middle part.

Big thanks to Kristin Naigus [link] and Taryn J. Harbridge [link] for making the fantastic live recordings! The live Violin, Tin and Low Whistle contributed a lot to this score.

Here's the film -> [link]

Music download -> [link]
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