Monday, September 5, 2011

Forever Famicom DLC 2

SO.  Forever Famicom DLC 2 is available to stream/download as of TODAY!!  love it. 
figured it was cool to post the stuff i had the opportunity to work on for the project. 

digital cover

dvd cover 
(the idea was to make it look like a some megaman video game box.  particular used this one as inspiration.)

dvd insert
 (in physical dvd, it has the liner notes - thankyou's and credits)

(low-res version.  if you want it bigger, gonna have to buy one)

some of the original sketches

and while i'm showing you sketches that will probably never be used/see the light of day again, for a second i was going to be doing the covers for the Japan releases of Forever Famicom too, but the label decided to go with a different artist in the end.  that's just how the game is played - no hurt feelings.  so here's some sketches for that.

they wanted more... cutesy 8-bit stuff, which i definitely tried.  but i also thought i'd throw a classic RPG fight kinda thing at them to see if they'd bite. heh..

anyway - always a pleasure to work with K-Murdock and Random.  I think we're all like minded enough, at least when it comes to video games, that they trust me to just kinda do my thing - so thanks guys!

Sunday, September 4, 2011


so.  blog posts.  happening more often.  see??  i have a plan to start doing this at least weekly, but i'm slowly working my way into it.  you'll see.  anyways, here's me finally getting around to posting probably the last thing i'll ever do for BYU IS.  i haven't been working there for the past 3 months (kinda miss it,) and instead interning over at Avalanche in SLC (learning A LOT, having fun.)  more on that later, perhaps.  picture time!

totally ripped off "The Karate Kid" for the course cover

intro to physics

lesson 1: newton's 3rd law

lesson 2: kinematic motion

lesson 3: linear motion

lesson 4: circular motion

lesson 5: power and energy

lesson 6: momentum

lesson 7: thermodynamics (originally i had a guy shooting a hadouken..  which didn't make the cut for some reason... heh)

also, here's what i'm comfortable with showing you of the hideously fast and awful job i did on a bowling course just before the physics one.  couldn't help blatently throwing in some big lebowski characters..  just seemed like the right thing to do.  thanks John Goodman and Jeff Bridges, i couldn't have done it without you.