Many of you may not have noticed, but I added a section to try and answer some questions about my involvement with Club Penguin that I’ve been asked a lot.
Also, if you haven’t been watching Rocketsnail Games in the last few months, you might have missed this post. I’ve been working there for awhile now, mostly on a project called Mech Mice, and it’s been great!
You have no idea how much spam tries to make its way onto my comments for this blog. There’s a reason why I approve every comment before it’s uploaded… oy vey.
Hello, Screenhog.com readers!
I know that this site has been, for the most part, dead for about a year. Last November I stopped my twice-a-week posting to do other things. Well, I’m coming back. Starting at some point in November, I’m going to go back to a twice-a-week update schedule again. At least, that’s the plan.
See you soon.
Hi there! Yeah, I know that I’ve been neglecting this site some, but it’s for a good cause! I’ve been working on bigger things!
I can’t share much about them now, but they include music composing, more work on that Wii game idea I had, and card game codenamed “Jacks Out The Window”.
However, it’d be pretty lame for me to end my first post in over two months like that, so here’s something new for you. A fan named Zach e-mailed the idea that Screenhog should meet Porky Pig, so here it is:
I haven’t been around for awhile, I know, but I have a small Christmas present for any aspiring artists out there… check out my new GET FREE ART STUFF! page. I will be updating it later, but it should be a good resource for a few of the more avid readers of this blog.
Hello Screenhog.com visitors!
Since last November, I’ve made it a priority to update this site at least twice a week. It was important, not just because I wanted to let people see a lot of the creative stuff I work on, but also because I wanted to give myself a schedule. You see, I’m not always the hardest-working person, and this was a good way to force myself to work on artistic stuff outside of work hours.
Unfortunately, there’s a problem. Most of the things I do for Screenhog.com take a few hours to make, but there are bigger projects that I want to work on, too. I have ideas in mind that would take weeks, months, or even years to build, and updating this site takes time away from those bigger projects.
So, I’m going to be updating Screenhog.com less often.
Don’t worry, this site isn’t dead. In fact, if things work out as I hope, you’ll see bigger and better things here in the next coming months (as well as the occasional random doodle, Jellyfish in Armour comic, and puzzle).
See you soon.
WordPress has apparently updated its blog service, and in the process deleted the custom style of Screenhog.com. Hopefully I can figure out how to get it back. Grr.
As of today, more people have visited Screenhog.com this month than any other month in the history of this site.
I don’t thank you enough for visiting this site, so thank you. It means a lot that you enjoy what I do here.
I’ve finally added a links page. It’s incomplete, but it’s one of the many things I’ve been meaning to do, so there it is.
Also, what’s with the text-only updates so far this week? I promise the next update to this site will be more artistic in some way.
Do not be alarmed. Changes are being made this week to try and make this site look more presentable and less… bland. Although the look of the site is changing, the content is not.
I repeat, do not be alarmed. Thank you for your time.