I wasn't working my usual schedule, so I forgot which day it was, drat.
Well, since it is almost a new year soon, I'm posting the update now! I don't have anyting special to share, so I'll keep it short.

The Rock n' Raz episode is complicated, so it's gonna take a bit longer to finish than I thought first... But I'm working on it at least. We'll see when it gets done. I don't want to completely forego the Zu & Jo part, which I'm nearing an important milestone in. So I might switch back and forth between those two once next year comes around.

I've got some stuff here though... A commission in two parts.
Buttception
Buttception Aftermath

And a piece of fanart!
Angry Sofi!

Enjoy yourselves, and I'll see you all next year!
Posted 31st of December 2020 - 17:46 by
I second the exe proposal. It's the best possible option for the widest audience since most people won't want to dig around the internet downloading new software.
tony zaret wrote:
now that flash is leaving, what are you gonna do with your animations?
link them to youtube uploads?
Youtube isn't a porn channel, neither can you play interactive stuff on there.
Just download the flashes and play them off of a standalone flash player.
now that flash is leaving, what are you gonna do with your animations?
link them to youtube uploads?
Ivel wrote:
I was late at reacting to 'Thoughts about the future of flash'. So, for the case my reaction was missed, as it may help you.

I'm doing game creation, some of which is with Adobe Flash and ActionScript, so what I'm about to say is through experience.

If you personally have Adobe Flash Player, which you do as a part of Adobe Flash Professional or Animate, you're able to run the things you make through it and, by clicking on File and Create Projector, make an Exe file of it. You're also able to do the same with the things you've made, if you don't have the source, but do have the SWF. So you're able to keep doing things with Adobe Flash for as short/long as you wish to and make all of what's old/new continue to run for people.
Ye, that's one solution. But we'll see how we go about it once we get close to actually releasing something.
I was late at reacting to 'Thoughts about the future of flash'. So, for the case my reaction was missed, as it may help you.

I'm doing game creation, some of which is with Adobe Flash and ActionScript, so what I'm about to say is through experience.

If you personally have Adobe Flash Player, which you do as a part of Adobe Flash Professional or Animate, you're able to run the things you make through it and, by clicking on File and Create Projector, make an Exe file of it. You're also able to do the same with the things you've made, if you don't have the source, but do have the SWF. So you're able to keep doing things with Adobe Flash for as short/long as you wish to and make all of what's old/new continue to run for people.