Sealed Ground -Darkest Depths / Discovery- was primarily going to be a BGM Alternative for Gigan Rocks, but I spent some time meditating on the idea and purpose of this piece. Proceeding with a logical approach; would I have enough time to produce what I would like to produce with the time given? Realistically speaking, I really didn’t. Unfortunately; instead of making a fully-fledged stage BGM, I’ve resorted to producing a ‘Cut scene-moment’ BGM- something that illuminates suspense, tension, unawareness, discovery; Gigan Rocks. I personally do believe that I could have done a lot more with this piece. There is always a next time!
Lately it’s been a rough ride; been encountering a few external issues with people and such – but I’m glad to say that I am here to provide you with an update! On this very site, I have made a page of where you’d all be able to listen to pieces of audio that I have produced. I won’t write much here because I’ll just spoil the whole concept of this post, but do click this link; it’ll shoot you to my Audio+ page.
I’ll be updating that part of my site every now and then; very much like most linked pages on this site. There you’ll mostly find experimental pieces, unfinished pieces, and pieces you’ve never heard before. As you can see I’ve placed 2 links on this post. One of which is a page containing BGM’s alone, the other link contains BGM’s of which I have produced and have manged to actually use it as experimental practices. Such as, using it for what it was primarily created for; Background Music.
(A little disclaimer: every piece I have produced is not profitable and was/is clearly fan made as well as created and used for experimental purposes, thank you)
In my previous post, I mentioned that I’ve been planning as well as thinking about a project that I’ve generated for a couple of years. I mentioned that I have/I will be producing something which is geared towards everyone, not just creatives. So I’m happy to say that I can provide a preview of some sort, but the project alone is not live. Not just yet.
This so called ‘Project’ will be based here -> https://iagyemandesigns.wordpress.com/coolstuff/ < -a page here on my site named “COOL STUFF” (To be honest, I’m not even sure if that’s going to be the official name of the page; but it will most definitely contain different theme in comparison to the rest (or at least majority) of my site.
This page will contain elements of which you as well as passers-by will be able to download and use for your (their) benefit as well as decoration, so look out for my posts.
Capcom vs. SNK 2 OST The Lord God (Theme of God Rugal) Extended
I’ll provide a routine post to inform you readers about work that I have produced that are attached to specific pages. I had recently graduated (well, it’s been a while, actually) – and since then, I’ve been at home resting and planning my future. For those who are interested in viewing my work that I have recently produced, click the link. (Recently meaning: work that I have produced in my last year of University, but do make sure to browse other pages too, as they will contain work that I produced at University.)
Art Academy Sketchpad is a Nintendo Wii U application which allows you to freely draw. It’s very much like a digital art room which provides you with a sum of artistic equipment for you to work with. Your base is a canvas and you get to work from pencils, to colouring Pencils, and from colouring pencils to something which is a little more permanent. It’s a great app. For myself, it’s quite hard to be consistent, it was just recently where I thought that I should give it a shot. When I first downloaded it, it seemed quite addictive.
Art Academy™: SketchPad puts advanced drawing tools at your fingertips with the Wii U™ GamePad controller. You can sketch with realistic graphite and colored pencils, and draw designs with pastels. Create your own masterpieces and share them with others on Miiverse™. (http://artacademy.nintendo.com/sketchpad/)
I’ve seen so many great talent on the Miiverse. I’ve always thought about using the Wii U gamepad to draw something for others to see, but with my large hands and uncomfortably small stylus pen and screen to draw on, it makes it almost impossible for one to draw in the accuracy they’d prefer. To be honest, I’m quite shocked others are able to pull of what they’ve pulled off with such a small screen and stylus to work with. It’s been a while since I’ve actually used my Wacom Bamboo fun Tablet, too. It’s constantly laggy and very inaccurate. I must purchase myself a new one at some point. I’ve decided to share this piece as I don’t have any plans for making this look much more refined in the future; just the minor edits, and I’ll be keeping to my base instruments – which are 2H and HB, (might have been 2B, can’t quite remember.)