I enrolled in an animation class a while ago. One of the first things we had to do was a 14 seconds long animation about food. This is what I made.
Here is what my class did:
A while back I purchased GameMaker: HTML5. Here is my attempt to create a platform engine from scratch. It still has lots of bugs so if you run across any, please let me know! I'd really appreciate it.
It's fun to mess around in GameMaker because I used to make games with it back when I was 13 or something. It was one of the things that got me interested in animation in the first place.
Here's a song I'd like to share, "Once Upon" by Heading North.
Sadly my friend Koen, guitarist and songwriter for the band, died in a tragic car accident last summer. This is the only song they recorded. It's also featuring my girlfriend Myra on the piano.
Check out this new website I made with my friend Brois. It has many nice pictures, you get a new one each time you click.
I'm also working on a new animation. It's a sequel to Blergh and Blerf. It is set in some sort of abandoned industrial area, and I need some graffiti to put on the walls. If you like to contribute a piece or a tag, please PM me.
I also might work on a couple of other games in the near future! Very exciting indeed.
Here's an old animation I just finished. It's about prank calling old ladies.
It's Dutch. It's probably only enjoyable if you speak Dutch so I don't think I will upload to Newgrounds.
Here's a picture of my cat.
If you haven't seen it already, you can watch it over here!
A lot of people said it should have been a game. I'm actually planning to make a game about my Aap character but I don't think it will happen any time soon. I would love to collaborate with people here on NG though. Send me a message if you're looking for someone to do graphics for a game!
I made a .zip file containing all bitmap images from the animation, if you're interested you can download it here.
If you liked the song I used in Turd Eating Cat you can download my whole album of shitty 8-bit songs here for free.
I also made a game a few years ago, in which you play the same monkey character. It isn't a Flash game but an .exe, you can download it here. It isn't finished, but it's playable.
Thanks Newgrounds for all the views and reviews. I was hoping for the Turd of the Week award, but I guess Weekly Turd Place will do! See what I did there? I've had a lot of fun reading all these reviews and comments. To answer a question a lot of people have been asking me: no, I don't do a lot of drugs, shut up!
Turd Eating Cat got front page and daily first! That's really great and awesome. Thank you Tom and all the other Newgrounders! I'm really enjoying the reviews I got so far!
I made an album of 8-bit songs, it includes the Turd Eating Cat song. If you're interested you can download it for free here!
I also made a game years ago. Turd Eating Cat is slightly based on it I guess. You can download it here if you like!. It's a .exe file.
You can follow me on Twitter if you like! @chimpansee I promise that I won't tweet any shit but only very interesting updates on my future animations.
Here's a video of all 1123 Turdec sprites in a row, on 24 fps.
I spotted angry faic in a newspaper today (het Parool, newspaper of Amsterdam)
I wasn't looking at that page but I saw its 'Newgrounds colours' out of the corner of my eye and it caught my attention. The article didn't have anything to do with NG or angry faic, it was about "things work out better if you're angry" or something like that.
Is the title of the animation I'm working on and it's about 90% finished.
It's all drawn/animated in MS Paint. The Flash file contains about 800 bitmaps now and the movie is about 4 minutes long.
Here's a little preview.
And here's another one.
Please let me know what you think.
Hello, here's a little test animation from my upcoming movie I like to share with you all.
The animation is going to feature original sprites drawn pixel-by-pixel and frame-by-frame by me in MS Paint.
It is going to be done in in a month. Hate me if it isn't.
MIDI files are super small in size (only a few kB) and could be really usefull as background music in games. With MIDI support we could have many tunes in our games, without having a huge file size. And, ofcourse, it has a bit of nostalgic value too, as games like DOOM and Commander Keen used MIDI as background music. And you probably could also use your MIDI keyboard in games.
Currently Flash doesn't support MIDI. I couldn't find much about it on the Googles, but I found this:
Imagine what creative developers could do if Flash could transmit and respond gracefully to MIDI. Now an online petition is urging Adobe to do something about that. You need an account on bugs.adobe.com to vote, but that simply requires providing your name and email address. ...
Petitions have worked in the past. Wright points to the "Adobe, Make Some Noise" campaign for enhancing Flash audio, and the previous request for USB MIDI Device support, which is now under consideration at Adobe.
I think everyone on Newgrounds should sign that petition a bit!