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Choose the Outfit!

Journal Entry: Fri Oct 9, 2015, 7:32 AM

This month

This is a bit a quiet month. I mean, I'm drawing at a speed that one might quietly think that I'd be working on a new game - but that's not the case. I'm just really really slow this month. I expect to bring only one thing, once each weekend:
- Oct 10/11: The House - page 1
- Oct 17/18: The House - page 2
- Oct 24/25: The House - page 3
- Oct 31: Image of Kelsey in Halloween outfit

Choose the outfit!

But, October is ALSO the month of Halloween! And this year I want to hear from you: In what Halloween outfit do YOU want to see Kelsey this year? The rule is that it has to be a Halloween outfit, so it needs to have a 'scare factor' and not be just something that's simply cute. Write your wish as response to to this journal. After some time I'm closing submissions, open a poll and draw the most popular outfit. (*note, Kelsey is ALONE in this outfit, and not e.g. being tickled etc. this is about the costume, not any sort of specific action). If nobody has suggestions, you'll probably see something you have already seen before.

I can only do polls with up to 10 options... so the suggestions I'm taking are going to be limited to the first 10 received. I already got five, as I'm typing this... so please be quick if you have an idea of what kind of Halloween outfit you'd like to see on Kelsey.

So far I've got the following suggestions:
Classic black & red vampire outfit with cape.
- Classic witch (probably body-painted green)
- A Heartless (body-painted black, etc.)
- Succubus
- Cenobite


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tyciol Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
great feet art
illionore Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2015   Traditional Artist
Thank you, glad to hear you like it!
emetsarah Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015
nice channel
illionore Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015   Traditional Artist
Thank you =) Nice to hear you like it!
emetsarah Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015
and also added you to my watch list
illionore Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2015   Traditional Artist
=) Thank you. Enjoy!
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HumiliatedGamer95 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015
Bawk! Bawk!
ChristopherJogen Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015
Where's a good place to start if I was interested in making flash games like yours?
illionore Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2015   Traditional Artist
I can't find the tutorial videos that I went through when learning AS3... but they were a good place for ME to start. And that is with taken into consideration that I already had a good amount of programming experience (in other languages) and game making. Despite of that, WITH those tutorials, it was quite a steep learning curve still. But practice makes mastery.

The things that you're going to need (and need to do) are the following:
- First, the tool. Get Adobe Flash Pro (I got CS5.5, they may have later versions out by now but I didn't pay attention to that). These day they have the tool on 'rental' over the cloud, rather than purchase... which is cheaper if you just want to play around with it for a month or two... but the 'pay-when-you-use' subscription model isn't something I like... I am happy it was still 'purchase once' when I bought mine. You need the tool to do anything, and that goes from practicing to making stuff. There ARE other programs for free, which you can use to make flash, but really, you're going to be looking at a MUCH more complicated process of creating flash and end up with very poor compression (so huge files), to name two very clear drawbacks. Go for Flash Pro or don't do it. That's my advice.
- Then, STUDY the language. Do NOT try to make a game right away! You'll want to look for flash tutorials, and make sure you look for those that are using the same LANGUAGE you are learning. I am using the language known as 'ActionScript 3' (or for short 'AS3'). It is possible to use 'AS2' (which foregoes that version) in Flash Pro, but AS3 is more powerful, has more features, etc. It's newer! Also, there's a bunch of differences between the two... so in order to NOT make your learning process unnecessarily more difficult and confuse yourself just more along the way... pick one and stick with it. If you decide to learn AS2, use only that. If you go for AS3, use only that. And then, as I said, STUDY the language. Look for a good place where they have good tutorials for beginners (e.g. AS3 tutorials for beginners) and take everything ONE step at a time. Make a so called 'movie clip' (i.e. 'object') and learn how to put it on the stage, make it move, allow clicking on it, rotate, resize, etc. Learn the basics and practice with them. My first flash looks like this: My first flash by illionore
The 'smile boxes' are movie clips (objects) and clicking on them toggles between rotating left and right. 
- If you want to make games, you have to have a good amount of knowledge and practice already with various concepts, such as: movie clips and their properties, mouse input, timers, frames, maybe collision (if you want to use that). But in addition to that, you're going to need a DESIGN. You need to know what your game is going to do, and how to accomplish that with your code. This is a skill that's totally separate from learning actionScript and if you don't know this yet, it may be another big challenge! However... some games are much easier to do than others. If you want to make a pac-man game with a maze and complete with a computer AI... you're going to be looking at really advanced stuff and formulas and whatnot. You really MUST not attempt to create such a game for your first game. Start with 'hello world' and make something a little more challenging/complex each time you make a game, until you're ready to face something that big and complex.
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