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March 19, 2013 / roscone

Pandora – Character Animations

March 6, 2013 / roscone

Baby’s First Blog Post

Pandora Screenshot just posted my write-up about the MassDigi Game Challenge here. This is the first time I have been published on a “real” blog, and I am pumped! Woo! Seriously though, go read my post and let me know what you think.

P.S. Pandora won “Honorable Mention” in the College category at the Game Challenge, which was awesome as well!

February 28, 2013 / roscone

Pandora Official Gameplay Trailer


February 11, 2013 / roscone

Pandora – Bruce Bust (Now with hair!)

Bruce’s bust finally has hair! I also made some tweaks to the rest of the face to make it more “Bruce”.

February 10, 2013 / roscone

Pandora – Pandora Rough Sculpt



A rough cut of the Pandora bust for the Pandora game. It has a long way to go, but the general shape is there.

February 5, 2013 / roscone

Pandora – Bruce Bust


Sculpting is my favorite thing in the world. I am getting started in on some busts for Pandora, and this is the first version of the one for Bruce (Pandora’s husband).

January 30, 2013 / roscone

#onegameamonth – Wit’s End Available on Google Play!

Check it out!¬†Wit’s End is now available on Android for only $1! Play it! Enjoy it! Battle wits with your friends and/or enemies!

January 21, 2013 / roscone

Pandora – Pendulum

pendulumUnfortunately I am not making the awesome electronic band Pendulum, but I did make a pretty awesome clock pendulum. Below, you can see a video of the pendulum moving (sans texture and bump).

January 16, 2013 / roscone

#1GAM – Wit’s End – Lot’s ‘o Progress

Today I finally got some colors into the scene for Wit’s End. My first #onegameamonth is finally really looking like I want it to! The game will start with the close-up of the bottle, showing the logo on the bottle itself. The menu will be to the left. The normal gameplay view will be the side view of the table, showing both glasses. Now I just need to make things¬†happen in this game…

I have also uploaded some more detailed images of the cup, since the small, low-res, mobile-ready version doesn’t do the details justice.