Friday, January 29, 2010

New Render

It's like 2:30 in the morning and I get a call from eD waking me up telling me that I have to post this new render up right now. I guess he was worried that if people from the East coast wake up and check the site they won't see the new render. That is the guy that I work for, but the render did make me laugh as I rubbed the sleep from my eyes. He calls it "Cubism is for Squares."enjoy.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Store Went "Premium"!

SSP Zanyness!

The webstore has been made into a premium store. It will be a premium store for the next 5 years, then I get to choose whether I actually want to pay for this service to make the store amazing.

Now I will be able to make the store more like an actual webstore, controlling all the art and all of that joyous fun! I can also add as many items as I want in whatever style I choose. Bwah ha ha ha! "Cough Cough" I mean, if there is anything that you are interested in seeing in any other styles please let us know and we will do what we can to accommodate you!

Woo Let's Make Some $$$!

(the store is fully functional!)

Sunday, January 24, 2010


Finally received an email with an attachment from eD. It was the new shirt graphic that he let me post the mock-up of a few months ago (back in October actually). It has changed a bit since the initial drawing and now it looks a little more like a duck than a cuckoo bird but it still made me smile when I saw it. It is already up on the store which will soon be made into a premium store soon. This means that we will be able to sell multiple styles of multiple shirts from the same store. More on that when it becomes official.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Here We Go Again...

The eDMcD3D website has been updated with eD's new resume but still no new demo reel. The frames from the in-game cinematics of Saboteur should be released soon, and the project that eD just finished working on, an "Undisclosed Triple-A Title" teaser will not be released for at least a year (if even). eD is back to looking for his next gig, while he makes himself more marketable by learning new programs. I was going to bother him about the SSP projects that he claimed would be done months ago, but he is pretty sick and I didn't want him coughing on me, so I decided to save that conversation for a later date, and let him rest for now.