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  • Jonas
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    If you're interested in playing a vertical-scrolling sci-fi shoot'em up with an unusual setting, I've just released Traitor.

    If you're more interested in something simple and emotional, a while ago I made something called The Fabulous Screech. It's a game about knowing a cat.

    (Come on, folks, I'm sure I'm not the only one here making stuff!)

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  • Jonas
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    Originally posted by Jan View Post
    Just a quick look while I'm at lunch but I do love the color schemes you're using. Thanks for sharing. Wish I were able to contribute a bit but it's just not feasible at the moment.

    Jan
    No worries. Just glad people like it. I'd work on everything for free if I could survive that way.

    And yay for the strong colour schemes! All our work related to that setting (the Lands of Dream) is in that style: strong lines, intense colours. And I love it.

    (To clarify: these images were drawn by my wonderful, wonderful wife, who is my collaborator in most of these projects. I just tend to say "we" for everything.)

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  • Jan
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    Originally posted by Jonas View Post
    My wife and I are currently working on an ongoing project called The Oneiropolis Compendium. It's a growing series of images and stories that also functions as a donation drive to keep us from starving.

    Have a look. (No, you don't need to donate anything.)
    Just a quick look while I'm at lunch but I do love the color schemes you're using. Thanks for sharing. Wish I were able to contribute a bit but it's just not feasible at the moment.

    Jan

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  • Jonas
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    My wife and I are currently working on an ongoing project called The Oneiropolis Compendium. It's a growing series of images and stories that also functions as a donation drive to keep us from starving.

    Have a look. (No, you don't need to donate anything.)

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  • Fourmyle of Ceres
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    So e-mail me a mailing address and not only will it not be misused, you will get the disk.
    Thanks for participating!

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  • Jan
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    Originally posted by Fourmyle of Ceres View Post
    This is a recent project 100 inspired by watching the first run of B5 and being amazed at some of the cool CG nebulosity derived from the real thing.

    http://vimeo.com/29132225

    100% self published ambient Blu Ray video...and yes, any responses to the contest question will be honored
    WOW! That's gorgeous! As is the other one I watched (all I've got time for atm). And to answer the question: Because it's fracking beautiful!

    Thanks,
    Jan

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  • Fourmyle of Ceres
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    This is a recent project inspired by watching the first run of B5 and being amazed at some of the cool CG nebulosity derived from the real thing.

    http://vimeo.com/29132225

    100% self published ambient Blu Ray video...and yes, any responses to the contest question will be honored
    Last edited by Fourmyle of Ceres; 12-08-2011, 12:38 PM. Reason: Spelling

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  • SmileOfTheShadow
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    Originally posted by Jan View Post
    Sadly, I'm not creative in any way but I am pretty proud of the collection of B5 items I've gathered over time. I just updated my photo site with pics of the Minbari robe and some set decorations I've gotten recently.

    http://photos.b5archivist.com/Galler...llery=212359#1

    Jan

    Soooo jealous over those. Good find.

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  • Jan
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    Sadly, I'm not creative in any way but I am pretty proud of the collection of B5 items I've gathered over time. I just updated my photo site with pics of the Minbari robe and some set decorations I've gotten recently.

    http://photos.b5archivist.com/Galler...llery=212359#1

    Jan

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  • Jonas
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    Just released a new short story (for free): Fuck Vampires. (Caution: swearing, politics, horror.)

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  • Fourmyle of Ceres
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    I began experimenting with digital abstract art as a direct result of watching
    B5. I liked how many of the CG nebula backgrounds were based upon images of real nebulas.
    Long story short, some of my art stuff is inspired by specific B5/Crusade concepts.
    Here is one:

    Well of Souls

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevebl...in/photostream

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  • Jonas
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    Our latest project: the Starving Artists Kitchen Show. Here's Episode 01: Making Bread. Yep, it's a cooking show.

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  • Jonas
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    Originally posted by Morden View Post
    Cool effort, Jonas! I like those kind of adventures.

    I actually wrote some books a fews years ago, they're in German, as I come from Germany. Example might be that one:

    http://www.amazon.de/Faust-Trag%C3%B...3652051&sr=8-1

    It's sort of a modern fantasy story, conceived as a loose follow-up to Goethes Faust (title could be translated "Faust and the Tragedy of Mankind").

    Looking forward to other projects by forum members.
    That sounds interesting! I do speak German, so I'll keep them in mind for when I finally get through my current pile.

    Sweet Jonas, will definitely read your story.
    Yay!

    Looking forward to more people posting here - I know there's creative folks around these forums. Come on and post!

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  • SmileOfTheShadow
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    Originally posted by Jonas View Post
    I'll start with some stuff:

    The Book of Living Magic is a fantasy point & click adventure you can play in your browser (for free). It's full of humour and bad puns and silly ideas, but not at all parodic or unserious. It's my second game set in the Lands of Dream, a setting I intend to return to several times.

    Life Support is a long short story (aka a novelette) my wife has just published on the Kindle. It's science fiction, and quite character-oriented. The price is as low as Amazon will allow.
    Sweet Jonas, will definitely read your story.

    I'd say the same to you Morden, but I don't read/speak German!

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  • Morden
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    Cool effort, Jonas! I like those kind of adventures.

    I actually wrote some books a fews years ago, they're in German, as I come from Germany. Example might be that one:

    http://www.amazon.de/Faust-Trag%C3%B...3652051&sr=8-1

    It's sort of a modern fantasy story, conceived as a loose follow-up to Goethes Faust (title could be translated "Faust and the Tragedy of Mankind").

    Looking forward to other projects by forum members.

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