I'm not particularly intriguing. I live in Minneapolis, MN, and I love it here. I've just gotten into modding via the GECK. Thanks be to Bethesda!
Looks good, but I think it could use a few more starlines, or they should be a bit wider and bloomier. It looks a bit strange because they aren't consistent with the number or location of stars in the skybox. Spacebox. Whatever. But yeah, there's a bit too much empty space early on, and then the hyper-tube-blue-glow effect takes up the whole background. So the contrast is a bit strange.
Hooooraaaay! Great news, good to see that you didn't, in fact, go into infinitely suspended "maybe eventually" development like so many other games.
That is indeed good news. W is a rather ambitious project, so experience is important. Best of luck!
Goodness me. I love it. Great, great work.
Oho! I like it. Good job.
I like it so far. There're few things more satisfying than setting a trap and then springing it perfectly.
Hooray then! I love Sculptris. Good to see it being put to use.
What are you using to create the models? The Tufrig rough draft looks like it was made in Sculptris...
Most definitely the green. It's not that the red is bad-looking, by any means, it's just that red/fire is more hell than purgatory. Green is decay and mould, perfect for someplace you'd spend forever waiting.
Goodness. I really like it. It reminds me a bit of the Arcane Sanctuary from Diablo II - crazy, otherworldly places.
Anyhows, good work. I love a good end-of-the-universe.
I was thinking "Hmm. This looks pretty good." And then there was a grappling hook. Now I'm thinking "YES. AWESOME." Keep up the good work.
Also, nice music.
Good luck, stay safe.
Ah, marriage. That can be a time-eater, yes. Good progress so far though. I'm looking forward to release, and wish you good luck.
Gah sorry about the preposterous delay in response. I'll look into doing that. I just need to find my copy of Fallout 3 again...
Oh my goodness. This is quite very much all kinds of awesome.