so, here are my informations:
Website: no one (I don't need it, for the moment at least)
I live in the UK in England and i'm a massive Sci-fi, Anime, and computer game fan.
I've played several visual novels over the years and i have loved them all, and i'm beyond glad that i've found Ren'py so i can start making my own.
I dont have a website at the moment but i may get one at some point.
Not too sure what else to add here so, hope that i can make some new friends here!
- Posts: 100
- Joined: Mon May 19, 2014 5:38 am
- Completed: White Monday, Archeo: Shinar, SynthCity, Driftwood, Papagai
- Projects: The Glass Coffin, Unscripted, 3 Wishes, Black Heaven
- Skype: 607922316
- Soundcloud: marekdomagala
- Location: Cracow, Poland
A lurker cheese? What are you, Emmentalurker?holey_cheese wrote:Hello! I'm a lurker that finally made an account. I'm an artist. Please call me Cheese.
...This was supposed to be funny, if it turned out silly, scuzame. Hello there!
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Former video game music journalist
Discord: Marek Domagała#1778
Styles I've done so far: epic, orchestral, electronic, lo-fi hip-hop, noir jazz, dark ambient, horror, synthwave, African folk, Japanese folk, and many different hybrids impossible to categorize within one sub-genre.
Don't have a website, or need one.
Hi everyone, it's great to meet you all! I'm currently a postgrad student stumbling towards the finish line of completing a masters' degree, and terrified of unemployment. I like anime, manga and VNs, with a particular preference towards slice of life/iyashikei ones. I'm a musician and writer, with unfortunately no artistic skills or programming experience. My music is scattered across some websites, but if anybody wants, it's sorta collected on last.fm here: http://www.last.fm/music/PartySan/+albums. My writing experience has involved a lot of RP'ing and worldbuilding, and I tend to focus on characters, characters interacting and SoL scenes the most.
I have a pretty bad habit of thinking up "Man, wouldn't be cool if...?" projects and then having them not happen (a universally frustrating experience, no?), but I've started work on an actual project with a friend, and omygosh it's exciting! And thus I decided to join the forum. Looking forward to a great time!
Website: None yet!
I finally made an account on here, so hopefully I can start to make some friends and work on cool projects. I have always loved playing visual novels and am so excited to make some of my own.
I look forward to exploring all that this forum has to offer.
- Posts: 6
- Joined: Mon Aug 04, 2014 3:29 am
- Organization: Alien's Settlement
- Deviantart: walpurgrisnatch
- Soundcloud: aliensettlement
- Location: Saturn
(English isn't my 1st Language. Sorry for the grammar.)
Name :: ........... Fay..... But I prefer being called ALIEN. Why? Why not?
location :: Saturn.... I'm kidding..... Thailand.
website :: https://www.facebook.com/aliensettlement
Ren'Py is the best. Ever.
I'm interest in making friends.
- Posts: 4
- Joined: Mon Aug 04, 2014 2:31 pm
- Completed: Lilly
- Location: Ireland
- Posts: 9
- Joined: Fri Aug 01, 2014 6:39 pm
- Projects: How Far to Dream
- Location: off sketching
Location: Ohio, USA
Current Project: How Far to Dream
I have learned a lot about Ren'Py from this forum, which has been a huge help in helping me improve my art so far, and the first visual novel I ever tried was Frozen Essence. I keep returning to this place, first as a guest, and now as a member. It is a very nice community forum to be a part of.
Anyways, I'm from and in Texas. I'm a writer (I have some stuff up on amazon, self published to test the waters), comedienne when I can get to an open mic night, and newbie to the VN world. I'm here to learn, laugh, and meet new people who know wayyyy more than I do about this field. I'm a quick learner, though. Don't underestimate me, I catch up with a vengeance!
Glad to be here, and look forward to interacting with y'all!
I've been a follower of the Ren'Py and its games since roughly fourth grade. It's been really interesting to see how the medium has evolved and how projects have manifested into wonderful games, over these years. I think the story-telling method that visual novels utilize is very interesting and I've only just recently begun working on my own serious project, because while I have made little school projects off the program, I've never done anything too serious. Great community! Hope to stay here a while.
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- Posts: 103
- Joined: Thu Aug 07, 2014 1:33 pm
- Projects: A Very Important Date
- Organization: Naïve Sprites
- Tumblr: naivesprites
- Deviantart: naivesprites
- itch: naivesprites
- Location: OH, USA
Location: Ohio, USA
Website: None... for now....
I've been "stalking" these forums for a long time, but just finally broke down and made an account. I love these forums for its great information, games, and the community seems really nice, too. It has encouraged me to jump out there and try making a game myself. I've always been into writing and games, and to be able to combine those interests together is neat. I've only really, really gotten into visual novels in October 2012 though, but have heard of them for some time.
I'm currently working on a project that's going by the name of "The Looking-Glass" for right now until I get an official name for the game. I'm working as the writer for the whole thing with my boyfriend being my editor.
I hope to make new friends on here ^_^.
Location : Caribbean
Website : None for now
Joined this website because I'm interested in making VN. I'm more of a coder, I know HTML/CSS and I dabble slightly in C. Now I'm picking Python so I can understand Ren'Py better. See ya around.
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