I recently figured out a decent pipeline to get Blender models into Tabletop Simulator (TTS) for online gaming. Let's face it, if I'm painting digital minis I can keep putting off painting my physical ones.
Seriously, though. You know what you're getting into with February, but March? March is a liar. You need shorts and your winter coat close at hand. Anyways, here's what I've been up to during Scumbag Month.
My Mad Max-gone-Fast & Furious board game project is finally good enough to play. It's a light card game that uses commonly-available 1/64 scale cars (like Hot Wheels or Matchbox) and plays great with kids. Check it out (for free or PWYW) on itch.io!
My Thunder Road / JUNK'D homage game sat on the back burner for a long time until my kids got interested in Fast & Furious: Spy Racers on Netflix. I decided to bring out the XPS foam road segments and make a fun racing game that was less Mad Max and more kid-friendly. I'm still … Continue reading Fast & Fury Road: Spy Racers
I'm building some ISO/conex/shipping containers for 28mm gaming stuff, and instead of following the several fine tutorials for scratchbuilding your own or using readily available 3d models or just buying one, I'm making these myself.
Here's some stuff what's been making life in the plague regime bearable. Some of it's old, some of it's new.
Insomniacs has been part of my game design thoughts since May 2017. It's come a long way and I've struggled with a lot of existential crises about what this roleplaying game should actually be. It's laid out and I'm in the final art push.
How to green screen for gaming, and why you should, even if you already use Zoom
I've made tremendous progress on Insomniacs' interior in the past few weeks but I also redid the cover. Inspired by Ian Hubert's Blender videos, I tried my hand at making an entire stasis pod with an unwilling occupant. It's not that different from my original cover idea, and the first one has a nice negative … Continue reading Can’t Sleep. Space’ll Eat Me.
Tonight's dice club with the kids was the first time in a long while I felt energized afterward. I think we found "our game" - inspired by Untitled Goose Game, completely normal animals come together for relatively nonthreatening heists.