Up until now, I've been very obstinate about sticking with Flash, despite its plummeting popularity and support. Filmmaking has been a lifelong dream of mine, but in my late teens and early twenties, flash websites featuring animations and games were a big inspiration to me, such as Newgrounds and Homestar Runner. However, with the recent maelstrom of exposed vulnerabilities and malicious exploits found in Flash, I've finally come to accept that the ride has probably been over for quite some time. At least it coincides well with my transition away from web-based content and into film festival projects.
|a terrible, incomprehensible reject comic- just for you!|
|hitting stuff at a building: seriously almost done, for real this time|
Having grown up alongside the internet, I'm sad to see it devolve into a platform that caters specifically to unwarranted self importance, parasitic advertising, and absurdly overblown and unethical government surveillance. The new site will probably be largely self-contained and even more esoteric as a result. YouTube is walking a fine line, and the instant they switch over to a more intrusive advertising model, I'll be done with that service.
|just remembered that this game was announced in 2010, can i feel any more disappointment and hatred toward one game? oh wait, portal 2|
Here is a rough release schedule for the next several years (?), which as always, is bound to change at any time:
• Hitting Stuff at a Building (2015, hopefully)
• Zehkiflorn reveal trailer
• the Adventures of Puddlenaut game
• Website redesign launch
• Valentine's Day Forever
If you're awaiting a project that doesn't appear on this list, don't despair yet. There's almost definitely news regarding it just around the (maddeningly over-complex labyrinth made entirely of) corner(s).