sure here’s a sexy one of me in the shower
I guess I’ll just have to agree with you since I haven’t seriously played a mainline Pokemon game since 2001. And Game Freak’s made a lot more non-Pokemon games than most people realize.
I’ve previously gif’d:
I’ve also reblogged stuff from Bushi Seiryuuden: Futari no Yuusha. And of course earlier this year they put out HarmoKnight on 3DS.
Thanks! They actually sent me an email to notify me, which was pretty nice. Surprisingly I think this is the first time in almost 2 years of doing this.
original post is here
I’ve decided to put new gif requests on hold temporarily.
- My request backlog is out of control, and it’s seriously starting to stress me out. I realize this is irrational, but I don’t really know a better way to deal with it.
- There are a lot of games I want to make gifs for that I don’t have time to because I make requests my top priority. And covering these games would make the backlog even worse.
But don’t worry, the flow of gifs will continue as normal, and I will make gifs for all currently accepted requests.
I’ll let everyone know when the request box is open again for business.
5000 followers? This is amazing! Thank you all so much for…uh…looking at my stuff! I must admit the last 1000 only came within the last week thanks to articles on Kotaku, Laughing Squid and Boing Boing, but I’m not complaining.
Don’t forget I’m on twitter too, gabbing about general video game stuff, if you’re into that. I actually use it quite a bit, so it’s not just tumblr links all the time.
today I was “discovered” by laughingsquid.
i’m not sure what that is, but people seem to like it.
I just I broke 4000 followers! But the weird part is I got about 100 of these new followers just this morning. Did somebody promote me, or am I just getting spammed?
UPDATE: My own feature on Kotaku? WTF?
I’m not sure why you guys have pixelclash…when you just end up reblogging the posts individually anyway. Not complainin. Just sayin.
Because between the three of us we have thousands of completely different followers who may or may not have even realized Pixelclash is ours depending on what they follow and when, and there are plenty of people who follow Pixelclash but none of our websites. If it bothers you feel free to unfollow me, no skin off my back buddy.
In my case, I sometimes just make gifs (like that Res Arcana one) that I really like, enough that I want them on VGJunk too.
As I’ve stated before, I’m using pixelclash mainly for games that I don’t think are quite obscure enough for obscurevideogames. I also want to keep pixelclash strictly for old, 2D (non-polygonal) game gifs, So there are plenty of my gifs you will never see unless you follow both sites.
Another milestone has been hit!
Thanks for all your kind words and your likes and your reblogs, cuz that’s the reason why I do this.
This may sound sarcastic, but seriously, nobody’s ever asked me this before, and I always wondered why.
It’s actually not that difficult to make a video game gif. What is tricky is figuring out how to make something that looks nice AND works on tumblr. But that comes with experience. Just keep trying, and you’ll figure it out.
All you Austin-ers: we’re taking over Mohawk on 3/10 for our FUCK YEAH party, and we’ve curated an arcade of some of our all time favorite indie and classic multiplayer games with the help of our friends over at Kill Screen to create the first ever TUMBLCADE. Come out, play games, and revel in the SXSW love.
FYI, I’ve been told that some of my gifs will be on display at this event.
If anybody going can take photos, I’d love to see what it was like.