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Trigon Trifexels – Sworcery fan art

14 May

I made another piece of #sworcery fan art for the Sworcer A/V Jam! I used Custom Shape mode in Hexels to draw with Trigon Trifexels (haha). This art jam was a ton of fun and packed with great work.


Sworcer A/V Jam fan art

11 May

“Sword & Fang” Painted with Brushes for iPad.

This is my Sword & Sworcery: EP fan art submission to Sworcer A/V Jam. Thanks Superbrothers, Jim Guthrie and Capy for making such a unique, beautiful experience and being genuinely amazing people. Keep rock’n.

UPDATE: Here’s a speed paint video of the painting. Brushes for iPad records all of your brush strokes and can export movies or resave up to 6x higher resolution. It’s super handy, I wish all raster art tools did that!

Artwork for Bit Pilot

6 Jan

This is a piece I made for Bit Pilot (iPhone/iPad) by Zach Gage that I forgot to post when the game came out! You can unlock a larger wallpaper version by getting a high cumulative score in the game. Go to the Bit Pilot webpage linked above to see video and download the game.

This piece is also the album cover for Sabrepulse’s incredible Bit Pilot OST. Go listen to it, seriously, it’s amazing.

New Challenger & Cowboy Santa

30 Dec

Here’s an animated scene I made for yesterday’s episode of New Challenger hosted by Anthony Carboni. You can grab the wallpaper version here. Thanks for the Fireplace shoutout, Anthony!

If you haven’t seen New Challenger yet, it’s a game review show where a game reviewer reviews Anthony’s review of a game. It’s pretty meta, but I think you can handle it. Check it out.

Fireplace OS X

22 Dec

Fireplace is now out for OS X! Download it here.

I can finally run it on my own computer without having to boot into Windows – YAY!! I’ve had a lot of requests for a Mac version of Fireplace, and I’m really happy to release it today. I’m a Mac user, too. This version is the same as the latest PC version (no new commands, sorry) with a small new feature that shows text as you type. Now it’s easier to type long words like ‘marshmallow’. The letters on the title screen also light up as you type them. Thanks, Evan Balster, for helping me program that.

Oh by the way, I’ve received some great photos of people using Fireplace, so I made an album. If you take some photos, send them to me!

Happy Holidays!

Scribblenauts Balrog

6 Sep

Balrog from Cave Story in the style of Scribblenauts. I made this a few years ago when the first Scribblenauts game came out, but I don’t think I ever posted it. It has been done.

My art in Nintendo Power!

24 Feb

Oh man oh man, I have artwork printed in Nintendo Power……and it’s the entire page!! I am soooo pumped!  I loved Nintendo Power growing up and dreamed about having my art in it some day.  Man, this is a dream come true :)

The article covers Cave Story 3D for the Nintendo 3DS which will be released in the next month or so.  A few months ago, I made a Cave Story fan drawing and sent it to my friend Tyrone Rodriguez of Nicalis. Thanks for passing it on to Nintendo Power, Tyrone!

That’s one major life goal checked off my list of things to do before I die :D

It’s in the 3DS Launch Special issue (March ’11 – #265)

Game Night 4

15 Dec


I just finished making the flyer for Game Night 4 – an indie games party this weekend in LA.  They’ll be playing Super Crate Box X-Mas Edition by Vlambeer, Merry Gear Solid and 8-BITar Hero by Arthur Lee.  Christmas chiptunes, cookies and hot cocoa will fill the air, so it’s sure to be an awesome time.  If you’re in LA this weekend GO TO IT!!!!

Turbo Granny

16 Apr

Turbo Granny box art

Turbo Granny by PixelJam is out today along with the box art I made.  The game is a lot like Spyhunter but you play as an old lady driving a station wagon to get groceries, go to church, and pick up your medication.  Hurry before your favorite TV show starts!

Turbo Granny title screen

Turbo Granny screenshot 2

Assemblee Voting

26 Jan

The Assemblee Competition has come to an end with 73 games entered.  Check them out here, or vote for them here.

Over 170 people submitted art and music for part one.  You can see everyone’s work gathered here (warning: this is a huge page with a ton of images), and vote for them here.  Everything made is released under a non-commercial Creative Commons license.  You can use it for your own non-commercial projects as long as you agree to the license and credit the creators.  There is more information on each creators thread so be sure to check them out.

Have fun playing the entries, voting, and using some of the assets for your own games.