video game development is something i have had a lifelong passion for. starting around age twelve via macromedia flash and playing games on newgrounds.com.
i love the way it combines so many different mediums into a cohesive whole. you can check out all of my latest projects on my itch.io page. down below are some more recent projects:
A small game I made in 48 hours for Ludum Dare 46. Made with Unity, Blender, and Logic Pro X for the music. Definitely needs some balance and a bit more polish, but it was my first real unity project. And I won't forget it!
A short interactive horror story told in an abstract/experimental form. It started life as an attempt to make something similar to Electroplankton for the Nintendo DS, and quickly spiraled into something more.
over the years i've learned a few different mediums for creating visual art. usually out of nessecity while making a game, but i also like to make stuff just to make stuff. here are some of the different mediums i can do. click the pictures for more examples.
I've made pixel art in some capacity for about 10 years. Starting with crude attempts at editing Pokemon sprites. However over the years I've gained more of an appreciation for it. As a result, I can push a pixel or two!
After fooling around in high-school and eventually putting it down. I picked up 3D modelling again in March of 2020 and have had lots of fun making low poly characters and scenes. I use blender for modelling.
music is something that is very important to me. i try to listen a wide range of genres, but usually end up listening to some 90s alternative rock anyways. i also play it! below are some projects i've been involved in/created:
This is the name I release most of my solo music under, as well as any soundtracks I make for video games. Of which I wish to do more! Please contact me if you need any! Garage/indie rock.
A band I was in from 2016-2019. We played a lot of shows in Victoria, BC and did a small Canadian tour. I will always have fond memories of this one. My first 'real' band.
these are some of the sillier things i've made, usually as part of a joke, or just to make learning a new skill less tedious. i hope you enjoy. warning some of this could be considered nsfw.
This is a simple chrome extension I made to learn more about creating well...chrome extensions. It turns the like button on Twitter into a cartoonish display of phallic pride (read: turns the heart react into a penis).
A chrome extension I made to help me solve quadratic equations quickly in math class. I learned how to make a pop up for chrome extensions, so that was neat! Install ASAP if you need this for some reason. Nerd!