A Decade Walks Into A Bar

A Decade Walks Into A Bar

This has been the decade of the Game Developer, I started it at the Vancouver Film School, and ended it as a Game Director at Paladin Studios. I worked hard to get there.   I knew that I’d worked hard, I really did... but I didn’t appreciate how hard until a few...

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Crumbs Are Also Bread

Crumbs Are Also Bread

I have a nasty habit of biting off more than I can chew when I write these things, and then they end up as long-suffering drafts, gathering dust in the corners of my server until eventually they're too faded to make any real sense any more. There's a whole article...

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Strangeness

Ariel had mixed thoughts: The broken century And the erotics of the paradoxical; The intimate delusions And a light, innocuous pretense Set against the still more fabulous impostors; The smallest will,...

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We have a Web Build!

We have a Web Build!

And here it is : Just click on the banner to load the game. [WP_UnityObject altimage="https://vanstrydonck.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/TMHBanner512.jpg" src="https://vanstrydonck.com/WebPlayer/WebPlayer.unity3d" width="700" height="394" /] The game is really designed...

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Take My Hand

Take My Hand

Imagine, for a moment… We’re sitting together on a bench, on a bridge overlooking the river mouth.  The sun is rising or setting across the horizon, painting watercolours in the sky.  You open your mouth, as if to say something, and you take my hand. And it isn’t...

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Word of the Day: Flimmering

Word of the Day: Flimmering

Hello my little kittlings, Have you ever stared at your work for so long, that seconds and pixels and syllables blurred into one homogeneous whole?  That your eyes began to flicker with the strain of drawing information from that messy sensorious soup? You tried to...

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Word of the Day: Kikset

Hello my little kittlings, Communication is complicated : I don't think many people realise just how complicated it really is.  It's actually quite incredible that we ever manage to understand each other at all. Imagine, if you can, that this web log is a message in a...

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