One time I lost my shadow and people told me I had bad graphics.
Hullo! My name is Brent. I’m just a nerd who fancies squirrels, comics, cartoons, video games, root beer, cereal and collecting random junk.
Joined on 3/20/15
Posted by Bertn1991 - November 27th, 2017
So my very prescription randomly went up like 6000% and now I can't afford the medicine I need. I don't feel well. I haven't been eating enough, I can't sleep, and I haven't really been making music or animations or (duck) drawings. My downs have been casted and all my melons are choly, but here's hoping things will turn around, and I'm sure they will. So in short, I'm just being dramatic and posting my personal problems online even though I'm gonna regret it and be embarrassed when things get better.
On the bright side, I found some of my old boardgames from back in the day. Small victories :)
Posted by Bertn1991 - October 30th, 2017
November is National Novel Writing Month so I'm coming up with characters and ideas for a potential story :)
The world is an alternate reality very much like our own, with mostly the same countries and cultures, but with more fantastical elements such as magic, vampires, robots, gods, a sky with two moons, and sometimes animals who can speak.
In the town of Moberry there's a rusty old steamboat called the Southern Belle which has since been fashioned into traveling river hotel where folks of all walks of life pass through. As a traveling hotel, its residents have been on many strange adventures to all sorts of faraway lands. The hotel is owned by Mr. Bentley, a corny older man who's always willing to help anyone who asks. People come and go, but his doors are always open.
A few people live and work in the hotel full time, though some of the jobs are less important than others. There really isn't much need to employ an acrobat full-time, but still she's on the payroll. Mr. Bentley is not one to ask questions. If someone asks for something, he gives it to them.
Judy "Jude" Strange:
Jude was brought up in only the most dysfunctional of households, having a drunkenly annoying father and a loving but mostly uninvolved mother; she's never quite fit in anywhere and isn't very good at the whole "talking" thing, a skill that everyone else seems to excel at; her life is given a newfound sense of meaning and brotherhood when she befriends the decidedly strange residents of the Southern Belle Hotel and gets the family she never really had
a very wealthy, extremely kind and generous older gentleman who lets people of all walks of life live in his hotel free of charge, no questions asked; everybody at the hotel respects him and treats him like a father; when it comes to the latest trends he's comically behind the times, but he does his best to be cool; his incredibly outdated slang and apparent lack of any current pop culture knowledge whatsoever makes him come off as kind of a goofball, but charming in his own way
a mustachioed, chain-smoking "master of the mystic" and hunter of all manner of strange and demonic forces
a fast-talking morphine addicted actress from New York with the fashion sense and personality of a 1920's flapper girl
a dyslexic but otherwise highly intelligent stage and film director with dreams of being famous; however, he's difficult to work with because he doesn't use scripts, seeing how he can't read them
a sarcastic female ninja who hunts aliens, armed with nothing more than a kitana and a ponytail
Alice from Wonderland:
as an adult she works as a psychiatrist of all things, though, she herself is a little mad
the very literal embodiment of grief and sorrow; a supernatural being with the form of a porcupine who wears a wooden mask to hide his face, as just the act of looking into his eyes causes people to kill themselves; he works at the front desk of the hotel to check people in
a wise, bearded mandolin player from India who seldom speaks, but always has something meaningful and insightful to say
a depressed acrobat with a love for cats
a kleptomaniacal female Irish lawyer with an eyepatch
a robotic Japanese MD with the appearance of a little girl, who speaks in fractured English
A very fat anthropomorphic rat who, living up to her name, is in fact a cook
a chubby anthropomorphic fox businessman who sells pomade and other haircare products
a forgetful and dimwitted bartender known for his blatant incompetence, drunken behavior, and utterly inexcusable inability to bartend
a very contented janitor who just happens to be the daughter of the queen and heir to a throne she doesn't want
an abnormally normal middle-aged intellectual and voice of reason who always seems to end up in very strange situations
a prickly teenage girl, seamstress and the co-founder of the indie rock group, Marina and the Mischief Makers; she is known for her lazy but rebellious nature, and for her unique fashion sense; she wears a hand-crafted porcupine quill hoodie, various piercings and rings, and sports a set of shiny braces
a smart, pretty girl who gets good grades and tries her best to avoid trouble, except for when she takes the blame for Marina's wrongdoing; she is a nice, easy going, and caring person who would do anything for her friends, although she can be whimsical at times when she doesn't get things her way
a forever single man in his 50s who has spent the last 35 years in bed watching TV
an incredibly sweet man who is admittedly very effeminate and doesn't have much of a masculine side at all; he is a very talented cartoonist, but struggles with emotional issues and has great difficulty socializing with others
Posted by Bertn1991 - August 11th, 2017
If you have any questions about me, my art, Yonder Ho, my music, or just anything at all you ever wanted to know, ask away and I'll make a follow-up video answering all questions to the best of my ability. Watch the video for more info.
Posted by Bertn1991 - December 29th, 2016
I'm going to be trying something a little new! I'm thinking about making an audio fantasy adventure series! It's like a dramatic reading with added sounds and music and plenty of heart, kinda like a radio show from way back in the day. With the popularity of sites like Audible.com, and even creepypasta readings on YouTube, I kinda think there could be a place for this :-)
What do you guys think?
Posted by Bertn1991 - November 14th, 2016
A few months ago, I met an eccentric hippy in Georgia. He drunkenly gave me his acoustic guitar on the one caveat that I "impress" him. While I doubt my guitar skills will impress many people, I still cobbled together a short album to send to him. The recording equipment is sucky beyond measure, but I hope you all enjoy listening to it <3