So I wrote and developed a visual novel, titled Sunset's Ashes, which is now live on Steam Greenlight. It's a short little title, but it was a great deal of fun to write. I wanted it to be a touching, heartfelt story. You can check it out at the link below:
I'd like to give credit to the others I follow on deviantArt that created some of the great artwork for the title. Without them, it wouldn't be anywhere as great as I think it is!
hifarry (https://www.deviantart.com/hifarry) created the ending artwork piece which I love, showing the main characters in the story. It was perfect for the final scene of the novel
I've been trying to work more on my writing lately. Specifically character dialog since I generally have considered that my weakness. So I wrote a script for a fictional movie set in the Star Trek universe. Figure I'll share the link publicly since there really isn't anything I can do with it - it is fan-fiction after all.
As far as setting goes, I envisioned it as the "last" movie in the series established with the 2009 reboot starring Chris Pine as Captain Kirk. I'll admit up front, there is some strong fan-service in there. And the call-backs to previous Star Trek movies were intentional. Still, of the new series movies I typically say "g
It's always upsetting to see someone steal artwork. At least in most cases it's due to a misunderstanding, and not realizing they should favorite someone else's artwork rather than post it. In an instance I learned about though, this person is claimi ...