In my spare time, I’ve been sewing dice bags. Originally, I only made them for my Dungeons & Dragons group, but they insisted it was hard to find bags like these. Apparently, there’s a market for cute bags with fun patterns. So I started making bags with the intent to sell. I sold enough bags at GeekGirlCon to buy a sewing machine, and that sped up production enormously. Now I have enough to sell online.
Check out the goods in my Etsy shop, Trinket Bags!
This page is an experiment in format, inspired by JRPGs and visual novels. The two characters are close up, ‘hovering’ over the static background as they converse.
Page 50 is not so technically fancy. However, I animated and built it 3 days, a new personal record.
VanCAF – the Vancouver Comic Arts Festival – was great! People were so intrigued by my animated comic, that I ran out of Nwain business cards!* Also, I met up with fellow artists, some of whom I’ve been mutually following for years. The festival staff and volunteers were extremely welcoming and supportive. Overall a great experience!
When: Saturday, June 6th, from 1:30pm to 6:30pm
Where: The Olympia Center
*I have since ordered many, many more.
Nwain: The Knight Who Wandered Dream is my animated webcomic. I write the story, design the visuals, develop the tech, and animate every panel. It’s an enormous undertaking, especially for one person to tackle alone. Thankfully, I have support from fans and patrons!
Nwain on Patreon
I recently added new reward tiers to the patreon, at the $10, $20, and $50 levels.
These are screenshots from Spirit Siege 0.3.3, which I am authorized to show in my portfolio. This build is available to Kickstarter backers at the Alpha Access level.
These screens were built from my wireframes, which are pictured in Spirit Siege: UI Wireframes.