Friday, June 4, 2010
With a little help from my friends...
Life has been a bit crazy lately. I don't always get the free time I'd like, but with that kind of time it would imply that I was unemployed with no friends or family. So I choose to not be totally alone and therefore get busy from time to time.
So, I have not made the progress on my game that I had wanted to. It is obvious to me that I will miss the June deadline for the "Cyberpunk Revival Contest". Such is life, I would stand little chance to win the $30 Amazon gift certificate with such great competition.
But my intentions for this Cyberpunk thing were not to win a prize of such magnitude. My intentions were to finally put my game system out for someone to play. So, I will continue. I think that if I work hard I can have a final product up for people to look at and hopefully earn me some folding money by the fall.
Progress might be slow but it is significant. I have written a few pages of text now and have lined up a great artist and greater friend -- John aka "Ajaxone" at http://ajaxone.deviantart.com/. He is a talented comic artist and I am quite pleased he is able to prove some art in my efforts! If you are a wealthy RPG developer and want high quality art, please contact him and shower him with cash to work on your next major project. His amazing talents are unlimited but his time is not, act now before you are at the end of the queue!
*NOTE: I had to block comments on this entry because of spam. I will put up a new post soon!
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