Friday, July 29, 2011

A haiku for Chris Gray

Chris Gray comes from the mountain clans that slew the giants of the north. With that bounty of giant's treasure, Chris had it in his heart to support the Dying Dimension! Here's a haiku in his honor:

Frying eggs on cars,
doable in summer heat
but scrambled is tough

Thanks Chris!

Friday, July 22, 2011

Donor haiku for Steven Schermerhorn

After a freak accident at the glue factory, Steven Schermerhorn discovered his swimming speed had doubled, and he was beloved by even the most crowd-shy of kitties. I write this haiku in his honor:

Eating my ice cream
through the waffle cone's end point
makes me look at clouds

Thanks Steven for rocking out at the Shade level of support!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Haiku in honor of marilbrys

Marilbrys hails from the cavernous pits of the Slaughterhorn, a mountain on the eastern borders of Bizarro-Canada. There she honed her skills in telepathy and needlepoint, but if you ask her about it she'll deny everything. I wrote this haiku in her honor:

Ducklings, imprinting
to men, adopt their "mommy's"
political views

Thanks Marilbrys for drop-kicking a host-level donation right in The Dying Dimension's face!


Special thanks to ABU games for pushing The Dying Dimension past $2K!

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Painting a space landscape in Photoshop

Here's a video regarding how to make cool space-like backgrounds ala the one I used in my marketing video. Enjoy!

Coming soon: high-roller donor haikus!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Past $1000!

The Dying Dimension is off to a great start, with $1177 raised so far in the first three days! Several backers will be getting haikus in their honor very shortly :D

Stay tuned for some production tutorials. I'll be breaking down some of the marketing video I made, and show you how to animate board game pieces, space flythroughs, etc.

Saturday, July 9, 2011


The Dying Dimension's Kickstarter page is now up! Go donate! I'm pleased to announce that since launching last night, we've already surpassed $500. Thanks to everyone out there supporting this!