After more than a year of work (largely in secret) the demo of my visual novel Kaiju Crush is now available! You can download the demo (for free) here:
A visual novel is a type of game similar to a choose your own adventure story. As you follow the story, your choices in certain scenarios affect the story. Sometimes it means you'll get to see a different scene or cause something new to happen, others can affect the game's outcome.
Kaiju Crush is about a melancholy office worker who gets to be a hero after running into an old friend from their small country village after a giant monster attacks the city. It's intended to riff on many tropes in romantic visual novels and is meant to be silly, light-hearted fun. I hope you check out the demo and will want to check out the entire finished game once it's available.
As I get more and more of the game done, expect to see more art based off the game as well as returning to my comics projects
Hello darlings! No, this isn't an illusion, I am actually posting news.
So what's going on and why haven't I posted any new damn comic pages? Okay, fair enough. For the past year and a half I have been dealing with a lot of shenanigans involving some petty moves from my local municipality. I complained about some actions they did to the Federal government, they responded by digging through their codes to fine me for the most ludicrous reasons possible. Those fines were slowly killing me and I didn't have the cash or resources to fight back. During all this time I was incredibly frustrated and depressed, and it resulted in me not wanting to work because what was the point since it wasn't actually paying my bills.
On top of that, I had to buckle down and in spite of my very, very bad health, my mom and I had to do a lot of physical work in order to get up to code, shut the county up and get them off our backs and stop fining us. Did that, but not without even less motivation to work.
I have some unfortunate news everyone. Due to circumstances beyond my control I'm going to have to suspend all activity on Bwillett Comics. I can't really get into the reasons why, but I've had to shut down all my work and prepare to pack it away until further notice. I'm not giving up or quitting, and this isn't because of me being depressed or hopeless. This goes beyond what I feel and has more to do with what is going on with my life. As soon as I can resume any kind of work, I will. The only exception, for the time being because I may lose access to my computer as well will be updates on Tapastic because I already have several years of wo
Hey kids. I know it's been a while since I updated my DA blog. Honestly I'm not on DA a whole lot anymore, so if y'all want more current and up to date info about my latest projects and appearances, I suggest you stick to my facebook, twitter accounts and my site: www.bwillettcomics.com Don't forget I've also got a Patreon account, so if you want early access and behind the scenes stuff, contributions start at a dollar a month.
Volume 3 of Sorcerer's Apprentice is still a work in progress. I've still got about 2 and a half chapters, as well as some chapter art and editing to do, and I'm aiming to have it available for sale by December.
Hey folks, I know it's been a while since I posted a journal here, but honestly it's because I haven't been using Deviant Art much. If you want to see a lot more current activity, I suggest you follow me on Tumblr or Twitter. Things have been sorta volatile the past few months because my health has been all over the place. I have ankylosing spondilitis and it affects my joints and causes me a lot of pain, and recently I've been getting worse and making me very depressed.
I'm slowly getting better, though.
Also, I have a convention coming up at the end of April, beginning of May called Anime Southwest in Aurora, Colorado. It's a small