This year my work focus is to create a new Rhythm Game, Update all my apps, release new Music, & release new content on Youtube.
I'm currently working on finishing another Original Game Soundtrack release, Bumpin' Dungeon. I released 3 albums earlier this year Blues Jam: Guitar Backing Tracks, Epic Orchestra (Original Game Soundtrack) and Synthwave Escape (Original Game Soundtrack). It feels AWESOME to be writing and recording again!
I've made 2 open source projects this year and I plan to do many more. I'm making these templates Open Source to empower creatives to support themselves.
Gnarly Links is an Open Source HTML Template to link your music/game/software product pages in one place. It's as easy as adding a page to your site.
Now Page Template is an Open Source HTML Template to create a Now Page for your site. (You're looking at it right now!).
For the past several years my main work focus has been on creating games. I love the creativity and problem solving that goes into making a game. Buuuuuuut, I don't like working alone in isolation for 8-10 months while in development. This is what brought me back to making videos. They are short, sweet, sharable, and they don't have to be updated. I'm working on an on-going game development series but it is still in the early phases (more on that later). In the meantime, I'm getting my feet wet again making short tutorials and music videos. Check 'em out: Moby Pixel
Like most the world, we're stuck at home taking things a day at a time right now. I find my most productive days are the ones where I stay off of the news and social media entirely.
Recently, I've been looking through my old comics. As a kid, going to the comic book store, I spent most of my time digging through the quarter comic boxes. You had the good stuff on the top shelf, and the cheap stuff down by your feet. Usually there were a whole bunch of junk titles, but mixed in you’d find a lot of Thor, Daredevil, Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk. I'll probably be making a YouTube video all about this in the near future so I'll keep you posted. Regardless, it has been fun sorting through these relics of the 90s.
Updated August 11th, 2020, from Dallas, TX.