A few years ago I was given a big box of random Lego Bionicle/Hero Factory/Technic parts. I didn’t think there was any complete sets in there, so the box just sat in storage for a long time. A few days ago I pulled it out to see what was in there. I came up with a few original Bionicle-style creatures, and I shall annoy you with Lego posts over the next few days.
Let’s start with my favourite. There was a lot of brown and sandy coloured parts, but no standard Bionicle body, so I put some random parts together and ended up with a very interesting body shape for this guy. Looks like he’s permanently in a sumo-wrestler pose.
Hey guys! Epic Battle Fantasy 5 is ready to be publicly beta tested! BUT I need to have the Steam store page finished before then (so that people can start wish-listing it and all that).
This means it’s time for me to put together the game trailer. I’m gonna go with something very similar to EBF4′s trailer (shown below), so I’ll need to record some footage, write a silly script, and have someone read it out for me.
If you or anyone you know might be interested in doing the trailer narration in the next week or two, send me some samples of your work and a quote please.
Josh Tomar did the voice in the EBF4 trailer, and I’m happy with how it turned out. Figured I’d give others a chance before asking him again.
“After finishing uni (I’ll be graduating with high marks, woo), starting a work experience internship at an animation company, moving house etc, finishing our two year long dnd campaign, enjoying summer and celebrating our birthdays I FINALLY have a proper space for my desk and some time on my hands to get back to drawing! Here’s how I feel about everything that’s happened this summer so far…”
I’ve finished playing through EBF5 on Hard/Epic difficulty, and completing (almost) everything took me 40 hours. Not everyone will be playing on Hard mode, but it’s still a very long game, and the regular user will be much slower than me.