If I had a nickel for every "idea" man that suggested if I just programmed their ideas and split the proceeds with them, I wouldn't need the proceeds from it in the first place.
Programmers don't suffer from a lack of ideas. Programmers suffer from the fact making a (non-trivial) game that is fun for many people and reasonably bug-free, is freakin' hard, takes time, and the only more difficult thing is marketing it and convincing people to part with money for it.
if you don't want proceeds, than help me anyway. it'd be fun, and i wouldn't have to learn how to put the ads in
But the punchline is pretty much telegraphed once the 'S' exits stage left.
i suppose i played with the tension of the piece to much. LOL.
well i guess its not that bad for a first. i am merely pleased it got through.
thanks for your support and comments. i will work on my humour in the future.
Sad and yet hopeful
Such a simple animation, and so powerful. Is it an alternate reality where trees can grow back from a stump, or is it our world, and the tree is engaging in wishful thinking? Is it a statement on hope, or just vainglory? Both answers are equally valid.
Which idea do you prefer? ;)
Thank you. Really. I'm extremely happy when someone actually chooses to think a bit about my work.
You draw better with a mouse than I do with a tablet. :-)
Cute movie, and it's got a good beat and you can dance to it.
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