I've cut out some doors. She's mad, I hear you cry! Well, that's probably true, but I think they might come in handy for a game. I might get around to doing the windows at some point... watch this space.
I had great fun making this track. 'Creep' is my little spooky musical joke. You could possibly use it as a backing for a film or game... whatever you like.
Two pieces of computer art. I did these quite a long time ago, 'Take Your Pill' and 'A Bitter Pill', my two first attempts at making art wholly with Photoshop. Could be used editorially.
Great for an adventure, point and click game. A mine explorer's helmet and a 900 lumen torch. I made these for a game that I'll never finish.
I tend to get excited about new projects and then when I can't make things work perfectly, the way I want them to, I get frustrated and give up. It is a lot of fun thinking up ideas and getting into all the details but then problems start to arise! I'm talking about the crazy maze of point and click game creation. I bought Adventure Maker... it does help to make things simple, up to a point. But then I started trying to understand the complexities of Vb Script, and the massive complexities of making a large game... my brain started to ache and I gave up. So maybe someone else can put these PNG files to good use. The game I was making was set in a Welsh slate quarry, with lots of underground adventures. Another game was going to be a creepy mystery set in a Gothic mansion on a fictional moor, loaded with ghosts... another attempt failed! I made a fab newspaper for that one, shame there's no point me offering that up to the site because it's only relevant to my story.
Watch out for that crumbling edge! I photographed the sign up in a Welsh quarry then stuck it on the pole in Photoshop. Funny looking figure... I have to stress, I did not draw it :) Anyhow, it might be handy for game creation or graphic design. It's only small I'm afraid but fine to stick in a picture. This is how I used it in my game:
Photos of street furniture. Handy for game makers or even maybe graphic designers. I've spent a little time cutting them out. Litter bin, night safe and a grungy 'No Parking sign.
Another piece of music. An MP3 file this time. It's a piece I created with Ejay. You can have it to groove to, or add to a YouTube creation, whatever you like.
Listen to the excerpt below and if you like it you can download the full length mp3 file to your computer by clicking the 'download file' button.