If you wish to follow me outside of Animation Source, you can find me on Twitter. I'll mostly be posting content related to Bendy and The Ink Machine, but I'll post other random things here and there. I'm also on YouTube, however it's not my main focus, nor is it a place to try and contact me. And before you ask me, I do have a Facebook account, but I'm not open to accepting random friend requests from random people that I don't know. For my own safety and privacy, I only accept friend requests from people that I know and trust. Lastly, you can also find me on Deviantart. I'm not super active on there, however I do upload art and photos on there from time to time.
Hey guys! I'm from the Great Lakes state of Michigan, where road construction is considered a season, drinking Vernors (ginger ale soda) helps soothe an upset stomach, and experience crazy weather patterns 365 days a year! Despite the craziness that's Michigan, I enjoy living here and would never want to live anywhere else. If you ever get the chance to visit this state, I would recommend that you visit Mackinac City, Sault Ste. Marie, and Mackinac Island. While there are plenty of other neat places to visit south of these locations, there's nothing like northern Michigan to get a feel of what this state is all about!
I can come off as a grouchy and unfriendly individual at times, but that's not who I am. Anyone who knows me well enough can tell you that I'm a fun, loyal and kind person. I just don't respond well to annoyances, bullying, or immaturity. I'm also a Christian (Baptist) Conservative, so one can expect that I prefer tradition over the progressive left. However, this doesn't mean that I automatically despise you and wish to thump you on the head with a Bible. Whether you're an Atheist, Satanist, gay, etc, I respect you as an individual. It's your belief that I disagree with, and that's okay. Everyone has something that they don't believe or agree with. As so long as you're able to set your views aside and not shove them onto someone else, it's all good. I'm happy be friends with you. If you're unwilling to be civil with me, then it would be for the best if you didn't interact with me.
That being said, I'm not someone who's big into politics (I wasn't raised in a political environment as a child), and I'm well aware that discussing such is against the site rules. However, the reason I brought up my views here is because of my past history on this website. I just wanted to clarify where I stand, and that I'm not a bad person if you happened to hear any rumors or stories about me. If you're someone who has known me in the past, I would like to say that I have matured a lot over my teenage years and early 20s.
If there's one thing I love about the Bendy fan community is that there's a plethora of fan music. Some of which has been added into the game as hidden easter eggs.My personal favorites are Build our Machine, Face Reality, Instruments Of Cyanide, and Meet Thy Maker.
The OST is fantastic as well. In my opinion some of the sound scores in this game sound like pieces that you would find in a feature film! That says a lot for an independent game developer. (minus theMeatly, the game's creator, there are five other guys, if I'm not mistaken, who work on the game)
SFM (Source Film Maker) is a free application that allows you to create animations and images using 3D models. SFM itself isn't a modeling program, but is a program that allows you to manipulate models that you can download from the Steam Workshop. Some models are official game models (there are talented folks out there who know how to rip game files and models from games), others are made from scratch in programs such as Blender, C4D, etc.
Anyway, here are some posters I've made using the application. Some day I would love to take a crack at animation, however that will have to wait until I can get my hands on a more powerful machine. SFM is only available on Windows, and the PC that I do have is cheap budget laptop.
Fanfic : - What Are You Talking About?, by Jake RazorShortly after the events in All Dogs Go to Heaven 2. Charlie and Sasha are both trying to tell each other something. The question is, will either of t...
Question : - Time Period, by Malwolsky
I know the time in the first movie is 1939, but what about the second? It doesn't look much like the 30's or 40's, more like the 90...
Review : - You can't keep an EDGY film down..., by Juuchan17
I just rewatched this Don Bluth classic recently, and I have to admit that despite its flaws, "All Dogs Go To Heaven" is one of the most edgy p...