Happy Halloween to all you Slackers! I didn’t have any SFM project that’s related to Halloween but I did make random SFM projects, and here are a couple things that I’ve been working on:
This first one is Gloria and Victor, the two Pokémon trainers from Pokémon Sword and Shield, being greeted and loved by two friendly Combine soldiers at a random school. Gloria falls in love with the white Combine soldier while Victor becomes friends with a regular Combine soldier. 😛
And this next project is my own female Pokémon trainer character happily loving the disco balls inside a sauna after being teleported to that location and magically transformed from Princess Anna to Gloria the Pokémon trainer. I think I’ll plan on making more SFM projects whenever I can come up with something that’s both nice and cartoonish.
Been toying around on some SFM lately since it’s been awhile, and here’s what I’ve been doing for my next project:
This is a picture of me enjoying my vacation in Japan with two friendly Combine soldiers who are happy to visit me while my own version of Batman shows up and starts spying on me because he’s Batman. 😛
I apologize for not posting last couple days ago because I’ve been too tired to come up with something to post. Either way, I will now show you my latest sprite sheet for tonight:
It was a sprite sheet of playing cards from Bridge in the Mind Games Entertainment Pack under Windows 3.11, so now I just need to make one last touch-up before I upload this sprite sheet in The Spriters Resource since nobody ever made a sprite sheet of this. But I’ll have to wait on that until tomorrow to do so because I’ve been too busy doing chores around the house since our landlord is going to be here to repair the windows of our house. So until then, goodnight and have yourselves a beautiful rest. 🙂
Decided to go through my folder of old screenshots from Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, and I decided to Photoshop one of them:
This is my hand drawn character named Alexa, a female golfer in red, happily becoming friends with a level 3 robot Mech which looks like a gun with two robotic legs. This Mech has strong upgrades like the large metal slotted hood it has mounted on top of its gun, a happy green light that turns red in alert mode, and a pipebomb launcher attached to its gun. The reason why I made that is because the level 3 Mech in Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project is my most favorite enemy that’s the most strongest regular enemy of all throughout the game.
Last night I’ve been doing some Castle of the Winds in Windows 3.11 under DOSBox since it’s been a long time since I played it during the Windows XP years. Here’s a screenshot of what the gameplay looks like in the game:
So far I have made some good progress. I have journeyed my way along the highway that leads to the village of Bjarnarhaven since the village at the very beginning of the game got mysteriously burned down. I am now currently in Fortress level 4 of this game, but I’ll plan going to the fifth Fortress Level whenever I feel like playing Castle of the Winds again. 🙂
I decided to install the After Dark 3.2 screensaver program on my Windows 3.11 program under DOSBox, and I played every single screen saver and they all seem to be working fine but only in a 256 color screen resolution. Here are some screenshots of some After Dark screen savers that I took under DOSBOX:
Nonsense (My most favorite After Dark screensaver, just because it’s too hilarious.) 😛
I even checked out You Bet Your Head, and that screen saver seems to work too. Oh, and not only did I install After Dark, I also installed old Windows programs that are suitable to run in Windows 3.1 under DOSBox such as the Spiderman Cartoon Maker, the Symantec Game Pack, Castle of the Winds, etc.
So far everything seems to work fine under that old operating system, and I was happy about that. 🙂 So now that I got that done, I must now head off to Sleepsville and wonder what I should dream about tonight. Something that includes friendly cartoon characters and going out on cartoonish adventures.
I was going through some old GMod screenshots, and I decided to turn one of them into my latest SFM project for tonight:
I was best friends with a cardboard doctor as the birds flutter around the sky, and the Heavy is Conga riding on a flying cardboard Heavy. Unfortunately I could not find the Queen Elsa and Princess Anna models in the workshop, but I did get those models from my sis Tomala the other day. So I had no choice but to put in the Scout as my main character in the project.
Been playing a bit of an old DOS game that I’ve never tried out under DOSBox earlier this evening. It’s called Arcade Pool, a game where you can compete a Pool competition against other computer players and/or human players. Here’s a screenshot of what this game would look like:
All you got to do is use the left mouse button to line up the cue ball and then right click to fire away to see if any balls would go down the sinker holes until there is a winner at the end. I like how there’s different Pool games such as Custom Pool, US Open Pool, UK Open Pool, etc.
This here is a screenshot of the results made in the game of Pool that has numbers of shots made, fouls made and balls sunk down. This game is fun to play but hard to score some shots when it comes to making fouls and misses. It will now be added to my private collection of old DOS games.
Last night I took this nice pic of Morty happily laying down on a cat blanket down in the laundry room:
It’s been a while since I posted any cat photos. 🙂