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Steve’s Quest Episode 2 Screenshots

Well, it’s taken longer than we expected (as I guess it always does), but Episode 2 of Steve’s Quest is almost ready to go live!  To give you a taste of the graphical goodness to expect, I’ll post below some screenshots from the episode — which, by the way, features even more over-the-top animation and music than our first offering.

Also, for those of you who didn’t see the post on Facebook, I’m pleased to announce that Episode 1 of Steve’s Quest has been selected to be screened at Gen Con, which is the U.S.’s largest gaming convention, in August.  I actually went there last year, but I didn’t realize that it had its own film festival until I started doing festival submissions.

This year, my friends and I get to go for free, which is quite a thrill for me, since I’ve known, and been rabidly gaming with, the same friends for more than 25 years.  I may also be speaking on a panel or two regarding indie filmmaking, and I’ll try to post a video of the panels if I end up participating in them.

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Sabrina (Steve’s love interest), her coworker Rona, and the sinister presence known only as The Boss.

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A closeup of Sabrina.  The artists convinced me that she should not have a nose, because it gives her a more streamlined look.

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Steve smiling as he asks Rona to come to his party, but a bundle of nerves on the inside.

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Just in case you doubted that The Boss was a sinister presence.

Hope you enjoyed these!


14 thoughts on
Steve’s Quest Episode 2 Screenshots

  1. Chris - Post author

    Hi Coleen — thanks, I’ll definitely post some Gen Con pictures — hopefully some involving me next to some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Power Rangers.

  2. Angie Mizzell

    I’m finding that EVERYTHING creative takes longer than expected. :) Great news about Gen Con. And, the first thing I thought when I saw Sabrina: she doesn’t have a nose. But she looks cool! Thanks for sharing the screen shots.

  3. Chris - Post author

    Hi Alarna — thanks, and I’m sorry it took me a long time to respond to your comment — I got a bit distracted while I was out in LA.

  4. Chris - Post author

    Hi Sara — yes, Gen Con was an unexpected bonus for me and my friends. And I don’t think I would have gone to Indianapolis for any other reason, so it’s giving me a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see it.

  5. Chris - Post author

    Hi Angie — yes, I wonder if all the delays that are associated with my creative projects result from the fact that the other people who are working on them are just as scared as I am around doing them.

  6. Debra Eve

    Hey Chris, very excited to hear that Episode 2 is almost there! If you’d like to do a guest post over at my place when it comes out, I’d love to have you. I think a lot of people would be interested in your story and process.

  7. Chris - Post author

    Hi Debra — I’ll definitely let you know when it comes out. The big source of the holdup has been, as always, the animation (which I have vowed not to use in future projects, unless I have about 100 animators working on the show). By the way, in case you haven’t seen it yet, here’s another project (non-animated) that I worked on recently that it might also be interesting to talk about:

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