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I'm just another college student making his way in the world by making movies, to entertain others, I do a lot of gaming in my time and I'm also quite the artist in my spare time. Be sure to check out my portfolios while you're here!

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Posted by mohawkade - April 14th, 2014


In case you guys missed MAGFest this last January, here's the full length video of the MAGFest audience asking questions of renown NG animators: Egoraptor, Oney, El-Cid, RicePirate, Spazkid, PsychicPebbles, RubberNinja, Stamper; about workflow, inspiration, future projects and other topics.

Some pretty good info and inspiration for the rest of you animators out there.

WARNING: Almost 2 hours long, dirty words like "fart" "fuck" "poop" "butts" are frequently mentioned

Beyond that, stay groovy, stay crazy, Happy Animating!

 


Posted by mohawkade - April 2nd, 2014


This one however won't be posted to NG, I know how you guys are with your prefered length of entertainment...

 

 

...and hopefully this doesn't happen, but Luckey also said that he wasn't considering to sell OculusVR in an interview 3 weeks before the Facebook sale.


Posted by mohawkade - March 18th, 2014


Just an update.

Haven't been making cartoons as frequently as of late. Been concentrating more on quality rather than quantity. Just came out with this one for St. Patricks Day, which was originally made to come out for halloween, but couldn't polish it up in time. So I released it for St. Patties Day, to which you'll see in the context of the cartoon why it's just as appropiate. You can view that cartoon in the link below:

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/635864

Before that, released another quickie, partially inspired by the guy who does the reviews at EpicAirsoftHD, it's simply a video game related parody of the Epic Split video, this one is called the Epic Glitch. That video you can see in the link below:

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/631969

Beyond that, have a couple of more 3D and live action videos coming up upon the horizon. But the pace is slow, since I also work full-time and take college courses. Nonetheless, I will certainly try to put-out something at least once a month. In the meanwhile, here's a picture of from one of the things I'm currently working on.

Vorcha says, "Naaa, stick em up, see? Naaaaa!"


Posted by mohawkade - September 1st, 2013


I was recommended to check out the Corvus Airsoft site near Edinburgh, needless to say, I felt pretty inspired by their site to make this video.

If the embeded video doesn't work you can view it in the link here:
http://www.youtube.com/embed/JhtaaOFQ7WY


Posted by mohawkade - August 18th, 2013


A group of modders are currently undergoing a complete remake of TESIII: Morrowind into the TESV: Skyrim Engine, and they need voice actors to fill in for the character dialogue!

You can read up all about the project here:
http://morroblivion.com/

But if you wish to get started on voice acting for them, here is the page with all the info for interested VAs.

http://morroblivion.com/forums/skywind/skywind-development/3022

It's an indie-development, so don't expect payment besides your name in the list of credits in Morrowind!

Calling Voice Actors for the Remake of Morrowind!


Posted by mohawkade - July 20th, 2013


Hello Newgrounds, I missed your lovely faces.

Been fairly busy of late, but now I have something to show for it. Lately I've been playing around in Source Filmmaker and I've been having a blast with it. Upon further tinkering, I've found that I could import any other models and assets from any other Valve game...

So I decided to hone my 3D animation skills by recreating Oney's "Left 4 Speed 2" in Source Filmmaker. Certainly learned a lot from the experience and hope to use what I've learned in some original projects down-the-road.

I've submitted a 720p version to Newgrounds, which you can see here"
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/621937

But if you wish to view the Stereoscopic 4k version, you can view it in the embedded video below.

I'm always accepting of constructive criticism from any other 3D animaters, if you have any tips or tricks to improve my animations, I'd love to hear them.

Stay Groovy, Stay Crazy, Stay Classy!

Oney's Left 4 Speed 2 in 3D!


Posted by mohawkade - November 13th, 2012


While browsing the interwebs, I came across this Gem made by Paul Johnson.

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Besides that some News from my end.

For those of you who haven't seen it on the front page yet, my last animation, When Chuck Norris plays Slender, has raged on this site and is currently getting a fair share of views on YouTube as well. I've been humbled by the feedback I've been getting, and have even got a few shout outs from other artists (some with some really good work) here on NG looking to collaborate in the future.

Currently, I probably won't start or continue another animation until Mid-December, when the school semester ends. It's been pretty challenging to pump 2 animations out for Halloween while working Full-Time and going to school, don't plan on stopping that soon to do more animations, since my job pays for school; keeping tuition costs at a bare minimum.

Speaking of which, my other halloween animation, Da Thingus, not as popular as my other cartoon, but do give it a look if you fancy!

But for my next animation, I'm still stumped on what to do next, so I'll have you guys decide, so here's the list...

Facade of Doom - the alternate ending to the indie game Facade.
Pokeball Prototypes - how modern-functioning pokeballs came to be
Ghost in a Nutshell - a ghost in the shell parody, already have some bits of that animated to start!
Macgyver vs Jigsaw - Richard Dean Anderson and Tobin Bell faceoff in a game of wits, traps and gadgets, already have some bits animated to start!
The Life of Pie - a Life of Pi parody, see picture below for an idea.
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As far as other content is concerned, I've made two silly, live-action videos recently, both made for a class I'm taking. (JTC 211, Computer Mediated Visual Communication). Please give them a look and tell me your thoughts!

Interview with a Minecraft Zombie

Wash yer Hands Kiddies!

And also in Art news, that last image I've made is one of my friend Jai Fraser, whom is best known for his Airsoft review channel and from ScouttheDoggie's videos. Felt inspired to make it as he enjoys the occasional Troll-lol-lol.

An Animation Gem!


Posted by mohawkade - October 23rd, 2012


So after sitting on the back-burner for over a year while other projects took priority, I finally got this sucker polished and released. Not as full as I'd like it to be, there's still a ton of content and dialogue I wished to add to it, but wanted this wrapped up and set out for release in October. So perhaps if this got enough hype, I'll make a Part 2 to this.

You can view my animation, "Da Thingus" here on NG or on YouTube.

Please let me know what you think! If you like it, what did you like about it, and what should be improved. Although don't tell me the animation's bad, the animation was intentionally lazy to reflect the quality of the game it's representing.

In Other News:

Got another animation right around the corner, just need to finish it up and add the final touches. And yes, as the picture suggests, it's a "Slender" Parody. I will try my hardest to get this live before the end of October.

Latest Animation is Live (Bad Horror Video Game Parody)


Posted by mohawkade - July 23rd, 2012


Unfortunately the animation is in the form of a Rage Comic, but it helps get the point across.

This video is a Step by Step tutorial on how to hack the latest Nvidia PhysX drivers to support the AGEIA PhysX Card (PPU) again. Which (PPUs) are currently a lot cheaper than buying a High-End Nvidia GPU, if you're too poor to build a Gaming Rig.

If you dunno what a PhysX card is, it's like a video card, but for the laws of physics in a game. Nvidia discontinued using them shortly after they bought AGEIA, but I found a way to hack it back use!

Why? Because this Hack gives you the Ability to play EVERY PhysX Game in HISTORY with Hardware Acceleration Activated! And it always engages with the appropriate games, meaning a PhysX card will only accelerate games meant for a PhysX card and newer PhysX games will only be accelerated by an Nvidia GPU.

You can view the Video HERE

http://youtu.be/kBdUToGiqIw

If you prefer to read the tutorial rather than watch it, you can view it HERE.
http://restoreppusupport.blogspot.com/2012/07/Re storePPU.html

My Latest Video is a bit Technical


Posted by mohawkade - July 23rd, 2012


Unfortunately the animation is in the form of a Rage Comic, but it helps get the point across.

This video is a Step by Step tutorial on how to hack the latest Nvidia PhysX drivers to support the AGEIA PhysX Card (PPU) again. Which (PPUs) are currently a lot cheaper than buying a High-End Nvidia GPU, if you're too poor to build a Gaming Rig.

If you dunno what a PhysX card is, it's like a video card, but for the laws of physics in a game. Nvidia discontinued using them shortly after they bought AGEIA, but I found a way to hack it back use!

Why? Because this Hack gives you the Ability to play EVERY PhysX Game in HISTORY with Hardware Acceleration Activated! And it always engages with the appropriate games, meaning a PhysX card will only accelerate games meant for a PhysX card and newer PhysX games will only be accelerated by an Nvidia GPU.

You can view the Video HERE

http://youtu.be/kBdUToGiqIw

If you prefer to read the tutorial rather than watch it, you can view it HERE.
http://restoreppusupport.blogspot.com/2012/07/Re storePPU.html

New Tutorial Video with some Animation in it!