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Posted by MykertheGeek - June 10th, 2019


ok so basically you play as this guy and he's a dectective but he actually isn't he's just a coocoo conspiracy theorist who thinks he's a dectective but on that note he has some pretty good detective skills but nobody calls on him to solve their mysteries because they think he's just fuckin nuts.

the game starts out in with you running around in your shithole apartment because your rent payment and you just need forty bucks to pay it off. 

so you begin your quest go around town askin people if they have any mysteries you can solve and of course they tell you to bugger off but eventually you find a missing cat flyer with a reward of 40 dollars so you return the cat but on the way you battle with many different bizarre enemies to fight and you realize that your theories were at least partially right. turns out the world is suddenly overrun with weird occurences from talking animals from aliens to people inexplicably going apeshit, some even gaining superpowers. as the only one crazy and or stupid enough to get to take on such a case, you take action and vow to get to the bottom of whats causing all this crazy crap!



Posted by MykertheGeek - March 13th, 2018

I'm planning on making a pilot episode for an animated series. I'm already in the works right now, but the problem with me is that I have lots of great ideas, but when it comes to executing those ideas, I fail miserably. I'm a chronic procrastiholic that makes excuses for himself whenever he gets the chance. And that's not because I want to be "the idea guy" like so many slack-jawed college students dream of, I have been practicing and improving on my drawing and animating, but I severely doubt that this is a project I can finish too quickly. I want to finish it by at least late may this year, so I can promote it at the Armageddon Expo which is on June 2nd this year. I hope it's not a particularly demanding project.
I have a script and some storyboards and rudimentary thumbnail sketches, but that's the most I have done in the almost year-long preproduction of this cartoon. (and by preproduction I mean daydreaming, brainstorming and doodling about it, not to mention revising character designs and artistic choices a ridiculous amount of times). I'm nowhere near a professional, so I don't expect everyone to do their best. This ain't sonic satam, this is aosth.

What I'm going for in terms of animation is something that is cheap and economical, but inventively cheap in a way that's contextually fitting and enhances the comedy, where stuff like smooth, frame heavy, and realistic movements, and on model characters is compromised in favour of flamboyant, over the top, expressive movements, in that special anime (or maybe gmod machinima) kind of way. nothing is sacred. go nuts. have fun with it.
For music, I can probably do that by myself for the most part but I guess I could use a little help giving it that extra flourish and punch to it, and in terms of style I'd like a soundtrack that utilizes vintage keyboards (not unlike Homestar runner) and drum machines and other unconventional instruments alongside standard orchestral vst instruments, with a heavy reliance on character themes and leitmotifs.
Also a decent sound designer would be nice, and for sound effects, it'd be fun to go for a gmod machinma kind of thing on top of the silly cartoon/anime/videogame sound effects.

Once we finish the storyboards and create a rough animatic with my voice as the temp voice, we'll do a casting call for voice-actors, and once they've recorded their lines, we'll start animating.
Sound good?
If not, I honestly do not blame you, but if you wanna give it a shot, hit me up and we can work something out.


Posted by MykertheGeek - December 28th, 2017

I haven't yet made a lot of friends on Newgrounds as of yet, and I'm looking for advice on how I can find somebody who's willing to collaborate and chat with me. I'm 14 years old and I really want to make really cool stuff, but that's been hard, seeing as:

  1.  I don't know exactly what to do and am unsure of how to do it
  2.  I lack the motivation and willpower to even get started
  3.  I'm too much of a perfectionist to be comfortable with doing something subpar or mediocre, even though I'm bound to, considering my relative lack of experience and direction
  4.  I'm not entirely sure I can do this on my own, and there are areas that where I lack where a friend might be proficient

So yeah, in short, I'm looking for a good friend with whom I can brainstorm and collaborate with,

to be the George Beard to my Harold Hutchins or the Mike Chapman to my Matt Chapman. (does anyone get that analogy? if not, then maybe "The Tom to my Edd") 

None of the friends I've met In real life can fill that role seeing as they're too occupied with school or simply don't care. I hardly even see them that often in the first place.

I'm looking for somebody with a skill level (and age) equal to, slightly above, or below my own. I'm good at drawing and character design, decent at music, and as for animation, I'm not sure seeing as I've done hardly any but it's looking pretty good so far. I could use help with writing, voice-acting (voice impressions can only take you so far), and if can animate at all that's also great. 

If you need my help, I'm willing to help, and I want to because I'll take any experience/publicity I can get.

But If you just want a friend like I do, then you're more than welcome to PM me.

Hoping for something at least okay, Myker 'SillyDouglas' Hingston