Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel (Act 3 is up)

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#16 Post by KomiTsuku » Tue Sep 15, 2009 10:07 pm

ghost_of_razgriz wrote:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The first blunt comment for me :oops: At last someone realized my great skill of mistypo :D

Yes, many-many thanks for you Editor! That was a good comment. I thought so too, about my writings. It's.... bad.

About the characters.... I'm sorry if my drawings are bad :D

About musics and such.... I'll try to improve it.

And about the continuation, I'm afraid it will have to wait, because I cannot draw for the time being, and I'm trying to recruit an artist (actually I already agreed with one, but he/she never contacted me again ;_;)
the thread: http://lemmasoft.renai.us/forums/viewto ... =16&t=5752

:D Seems many people liked Neroid's part :D
Actually, I enjoyed the drawings. They worked quite well.

I may or may not be proofreading your work as we speak and have cleared about 1,200 of 3,800 lines. Considering I'm slowly working my way out of retirement, it makes good practice. ^_^ Plus, I do really enjoy the story.

About artists... :x Sorry, I've had too many bad experiences with them to have a non-biased response. I've lost 3 completed projects because artists backed out at the last moment. It doesn't take you 9 months to do 4 CGs... Whoops, doing it again. :?

I wish you luck and I'll hopefully have it proofread by this weekend.

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#17 Post by ghost_of_razgriz » Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:59 am

KomiTsuku wrote: Actually, I enjoyed the drawings. They worked quite well.

I may or may not be proofreading your work as we speak and have cleared about 1,200 of 3,800 lines. Considering I'm slowly working my way out of retirement, it makes good practice. ^_^ Plus, I do really enjoy the story.

About artists... :x Sorry, I've had too many bad experiences with them to have a non-biased response. I've lost 3 completed projects because artists backed out at the last moment. It doesn't take you 9 months to do 4 CGs... Whoops, doing it again. :?

I wish you luck and I'll hopefully have it proofread by this weekend.
Proofread?
UWOOOOOO!!! THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! :D :D

I'll look forward for it!

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#18 Post by KomiTsuku » Sat Sep 19, 2009 12:39 am

*Very long, very tired whistle*

After a day of trying to tend to a "injured" airman in a sinking, crowded liferaft with water up to my neck while being pounded by fire hoses and clocked in the face by someone trying to setup the canopy, in an anti-exposure suit in the dark, with fog, I still managed to get the last part of the script edited. My brain was dying during the final check, so there might be a final, final version posted later, after I get sleep. Took about 8-9 hours to do the full edit.
script.rpy
Make sure you delete both script.rpy and script.rpyc for it to work. Also make sure you have a copy of the original, just in case.
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Glad to have been of service. If you or anyone else has anything else they want me to work on, I might be willing. I could tell that I've gotten rusty after 8 months of retirement.

Until then, I'm going to get some much needed rest after today's training.

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#19 Post by ghost_of_razgriz » Wed Oct 07, 2009 7:02 pm

KomiTsuku wrote:*Very long, very tired whistle*

After a day of trying to tend to a "injured" airman in a sinking, crowded liferaft with water up to my neck while being pounded by fire hoses and clocked in the face by someone trying to setup the canopy, in an anti-exposure suit in the dark, with fog, I still managed to get the last part of the script edited. My brain was dying during the final check, so there might be a final, final version posted later, after I get sleep. Took about 8-9 hours to do the full edit.
script.rpy
Glad to have been of service. If you or anyone else has anything else they want me to work on, I might be willing. I could tell that I've gotten rusty after 8 months of retirement.

Until then, I'm going to get some much needed rest after today's training.
Wow.

You're da man. :lol: :lol:

Gonna upload the newer version after this.

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#20 Post by grim_reaper » Thu Oct 08, 2009 2:27 am

yay! can't wait for it...

the newer version...do you mean a remake one?
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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#21 Post by Guest » Thu Oct 08, 2009 3:48 am

grim_reaper wrote:yay! can't wait for it...

the newer version...do you mean a remake one?
I mean the older one with the new-already proofreaded script. Sorry :(

But the 2nd act are already 80 % now, please look forward for it! :D

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#22 Post by grim_reaper » Thu Oct 08, 2009 5:45 pm

Guest wrote:I mean the older one with the new-already proofread script. Sorry :(
So...isn't it a remake?
Guest wrote:But the 2nd act is already 80 % now, please look forward for it! :D
That's great! To be honest, I'm waiting for both (Well...I forget what was the first story about :mrgreen: , so I won't refuse the proofread-first version.) :D
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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#23 Post by ghost_of_razgriz » Sat Oct 10, 2009 8:03 pm

Proofreaded ver. (Windows) already up!

Please look at the first post.

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#24 Post by Seiei » Sat Oct 10, 2009 11:44 pm

Alright! Lets see this proofreaded version!

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#25 Post by KomiTsuku » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:16 am

ghost_of_razgriz wrote:
Wow.

You're da man. :lol: :lol:

Gonna upload the newer version after this.
Always glad to help. I need the practice.

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#26 Post by Seiei » Sat Dec 12, 2009 9:34 pm

Hey ghost_of_razgriz where does to story take place? In an actual city or did you make it up? I didn`t see where in the game.

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#27 Post by grim_reaper » Sun Dec 13, 2009 7:46 am

the place is NOT in ghost_of_razgriz's city, nor in any other place in his country.
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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#28 Post by ghost_of_razgriz » Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:31 am

@seiei
Actually it's Chicago. It's on purpose that I didn't write any clues about the place of this game. Dunno why :D

@grim
Silly you :D

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel

#29 Post by ghost_of_razgriz » Sat Jan 16, 2010 5:28 am

At last.... At last! It's completed!

Act. 2 is available now! (check first post)

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Re: Cassiopeia - A Kinetic Novel (Act 2 is up)

#30 Post by grim_reaper » Sat Jan 16, 2010 9:46 am

Great!
Still downloading now...hope I still remember the story in Act 1. :mrgreen:
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