I'm a creative guy and I've made a lot of different stuff over the years. Here's some of that stuff, in no particular order.
A short, weekly podcast featuring monologues and other stylized responses to anonymous suggestions left by you in the Vault of Thoughts below. Submit your prompt and it might be the inspiration I need to make future episodes!
The first season came out on Tumblr in 2015, but I have re-released it in podcast format starting December 6th, 2021. Season 2 will be released starting May 2, 2022!
Avo is my homebrewed D&D 5th edition world. I made a wiki for it to keep notes and lore and whatnot. Might as well link it here because it is a huge project that takes up a significant amount of my time! Note that it's a work in progress so it's still fairly cluttered.
Avo is an amalgamation of several D&D games that I've run on different "worlds" for the past decade or so, which I decided to combine into one setting! It include lots of homebrewed creatures, subclasses, magic items, etc.
I've been worldbuilding and designing D&D worlds and games for almost 20 years now, since D&D 3.5e. Since the Material Plane contains a multitude of separate worlds, here are a few of mine. I'll be adding various tidbits of lore and whatever else I can dig up.
Tirea - The first setting I ever made. Somewhere around 2003-04. Features a lot of proto-ideas that I've since repurposed in other settings.
Khalin/The Lost Light - My campaign setting for 4th edition D&D. Takes place in a world where the gods have died.
Norvair - A 5th edition setting for a short-lived podcast called Darkwinter. This world features a season where the sun is completely obscured, creating a harsh, inhospitable world for an undetermined amount of time.
Portlandia/The New West - A 5th edition setting set in a future post-apocalyptic Earth after the sea levels rose and magic bloomed out of certain nuclear bomb sites.
I have participated in FAWM since 2008 and it was instrumental (PUN INTENDED) in getting me more into writing and performing music over the years. The point of FAWM is writing 14 songs in the 28 days of February.
NaNoWriMo is pretty popular these days. I've been participating since 2002! That is insane to think about. The objective of NaNoWriMo is writing a 50,000 word novel in November. I've only won on 2014, 2017, and 2019. I maaaaaay put up my writing from these projects but that'll be in the future. I do recommend checking it out if you like writing and you need something to keep you motivated.
I've had a website in one form or another since the old Netscape days, and for some reason a few things have carried on in one form or another since then. (I still remember the garrish yellow and red Austin Powers-themed website I made back in 1996...) I've made a lot of stuff, and here are a few of those things!
|Another thing I did about a decade ago was make comics using video game sprites. I actually really enjoyed doing this, but got too busy to continue. I made all of them on MS Paint! [this site isn't ready yet, unfortunately.]|
|Old Video Game Site Designs|
|One of the things I liked to do back when I had copious amounts of time and energy was make my website designs based off of video games. This is to showcase how clever I was in making sites using my absolutely minimal knowledge of HTML back in the day. I lorded over the "onmouseover" command.|
|The Levitating Cats|
|A ridiculous little comic thing I made up based on photos I saw on Flickr one day.|
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