Where the Heck was I Part 1: GameMaker and the Dr.
A lot of the games and media I was taking in during that timeframe was the large backlog of indie games, Blank Dream had a huge impact on me in particular, as did the entire RPG maker horror-puzzle game genre in general. There was a story I wanted to tell through the use Puzzle horror, and possibly through the logic that clicker games instill with resetting.
My activity online's been spread pretty thin over the last 4 years on a few different platforms with different groups of people.
a lot of the drawings I've done during that time were assets to larger projects I couldn't put on DeviantArt, and the more trivial things I've been posting to other sites.
There's a few things I've been working on recently that can be posted here, though. So I'll be bringing this account up to speed as best I can over the next weekend: Reorganizing my gallery, Posting any drawings from the last 3 years that are worth including, and setting up links to the other platforms I've been most active on.
Fucking Mac OS Yosemite maveric shit.
I held onto snow leopard for as long as I could, but the other programs on my computer really started to bug out, so I finally caved and updated.
In theory, it would be fine, cause I found a nice fujitsu tablet laptop. It uses less power, I can run design doll off it and it... suddenly stopped letting F8 interact with the screen tablet pen. Kinda frustrating cause it was working perfectly for the first week and then suddenly nothing. It worked with everything BUT macromedia software, which was frustrating as heck. I could use a regular intous tablet on it, but that was awkward on a laptop and even then
Oh! I found the creator who made the classics "The Morning Zora" and "Don Keyote" skits. I seen them and more since my high school years in the old Newgrounds days. THANK YOU for doing the LoZ funnies. If there's continuations of such pleasant video humor, I'd be delighted to have that good feel of those times once again. Alas, one probably moved on since then.