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Cast Members Anonymous

Cast Members Anonymous is a story about the employees' lives both inside and outside their job at Disneyland. The story centers around Brad, a young college student and artist who works guest control at the magic kingdom. Kat who works at the Pirates of the Caribbean, and Andy who is a cook at the Riverbelle Terrace restaurant. And all of their mis-adventures trying to move through life as anyone would.

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July 12th, 2010, 12:44 pm

New project in the near future

Yeah, so the time between CMA updates are longer than usual. I know this is nothing out of the ordinary for me, but trust me when I say I haven't been slacking or taking time off. I'm in the middle of some new projects that are pushing and testing my skills as an artist. And because I'm such a perfectionist, it means that these things are moving much slower than ever before. I want this new project to work and work well. Can't say much else, but CMA isn't going anywhere. A new CMA comic will be started soon. But I'm very excited for this new project of mine. Get Hype!

May 26th, 2010, 7:01 am

Another year older

Well today marks the one year anniversary of Cast Members Anonymous. Now to be fair the comic has existed longer in one form or another, but today is where I have marked as the birthday of the comic. That's one year gone, and another one begins.

April 30th, 2010, 7:41 am

Well there's your problem...

Yeah so, the art program I use to make the comics is broken, beyond all repair. It broke itself somehow the other day. It refuses to open, saying something about not recognizing certain resources and that I needed to reinstall the application. Well I did that, and it still won't open.

It was Corel Painter Essentials 3 a free program that came with my very first art tablet.

Thankfully I do have Corel Painter Essentials 4 which also was a free program that came with my most recent art tablet. It's much more stable that 3, but it has a new UI and I haven't used it a lot. So making comics on it, may take some more time as I get used to using it.

I think its time I pony up the cash to buy the real version, Painter 11 from Corel. But seeing as how I am hopelessly broke -being unemployed has that effect- I don't see that happening very easily. So I'm having a friend search for other alternatives to obtaining the right programs.

It's not all strictly legal.

*cue Ghost's menacing grin from Sewer Shark*

Long story short, I'm using a newer program, and it's gonna take time before I learn how to use it. Doesn't help that it has some weird glitches, like resetting my brushes opacity to 9% every time I use the eraser side of my pen.


Well, when life gives ya lemons, make...uh...whatever, I'm going to bed.

March 7th, 2010, 6:04 am

How Heavy is the Rain?

So I picked up a copy of Heavy Rain, and long story short. I really loved it, it's interesting, compelling, and intense. I wholly support this style of game. The story is similar to Se7en with some elements of Saw in one case. It's visually beautiful, and inventive. Though its got some serious problems, ranging from serious bugs to audio issues to a story that doesn't really make sense towards the end and a really slow and long tutorial. But in spite of all that, I really enjoyed it, and I highly recommend the game to anyone who is looking for a different kind of game.

The game has really affected me, I can't do a second play-through because I've grown so attached to the characters that I can't really go through it a second time. All for the hope of a different ending. I will do it eventually, but until then I still need to come down from my first play-through.

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