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I’m happy to announce that the Rhythm Sundial team is now known as InfinEdge! I’m happy to be a part of this team and can’t wait to share all our projects we are working on! More info here
In the past, I’ve been working on projects on my own, but as time goes by, I’ve learned to put faith and trust into my close online friends who also wanted to create alongside me.
It was only recently, have I decided to make it more official, that my projects are no longer just my projects, but rather done through teamwork. And so our team’s image has now changed from Rhythm Sundial to InfinEdge.
What does that mean for my projects? Well, for the ones that are finished, if there weren’t a one-person-job, then it’s labeled under the team’s past project. And any future projects that I have will most likely be made and labeled under InfinEdge’s name.
In case you’re still unclear of what projects in the past that applies to, here’s a list:
This one is currently my finest example of a teamwork project, even though the world settings are based on the game Starbound. I only worked on one character (Coin), and my teammates each had an input on one or more of the characters ( LoviDovi96 ’s character is Song, jochao3 ’s character is Ader, BleuBear’s character is Orz, ThatZetadesigned the Florans baddies).
After that, we put together a story and tried to give each character a good amount of time to introduce.
Atlas Reactor fan-comic
Again, though it seemed like it was just me having my head in the clouds when I came up with this story, the dialogue was actually discussed over and over again with my brother and teammate, @shiba-o , to make sure that we get the outcome we wanted. Although it only had one chapter, it was a really nice practice on script discussion, and it was teamwork that got it done.
Pencils and Erasers fan-animations
Though I do most of the work, that doesn’t mean I didn’t have help on this project, and in every episode, I had help from all over the place; May it be sound and audio adjustments, music composing, voice acting, animation, or even the script and storyboard. So I’m pretty proud to label this as a team project.
Gujin - Tales of Dikuda
The biggest project we have so far. Despite the 60 episodes already written out, there’s way more we can do with this story. It started out as me wanting to just put a record on the internet somewhere, to show that I have some story going on. Our writer, ThatZeta , then took over the task of polishing it, and it’s currently being rewritten, one episode at a time.
Rose in a Bottle
One of the more newer projects, but if you’ve stuck around, you’ll see a lot of artwork from me. And yes, this is a team project as well. In fact, this was one of the projects that pushed me to gather a group of people that were kind enough to help out with the marketing.
For the list of projects for the future:
The Smite fan-comics vol.2
I’m sure this is the one everyone is asking and excited about. And yes, this one is going to be under the InfinEdge’s production. However, we do need to either find a method of earning money to pay the people helping out on this project (which may or may not be funded by this project’s supporters), so it’s going to take some time before we can actually move from pre-production to the actual production.
Gujin - Tales of Lyder and Tales of Bandishei
After the success of Tales of Dikuda, I felt like I could put more of my stories into the Gujin series, but in a slightly different setting.
This one is still in early pre-production. But if you hang around my stream a lot, you’ll see it pop up from time to time.