Joseph Hewitt

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  1. GearHead 1 v1.300 — 23 comments
  2. New Idea: The Story So Far — 17 comments
  3. Lancemate Switching from Backpack — 16 comments
  4. GearHead-1 v1.201: The Inevitable Bugfix — 16 comments
  5. Full Screen Map Working — 16 comments

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GearHead Caramel Cosplay

The color editor for GearHead Caramel is up and running; it still needs a bit of polish, but it shows off how much nicer the new color switcher is than the GH1/GH2 version. Just look at how glowey everything is!

Random Portrait Generator

I’ve been working on a paper doll type portrait construction system for GearHead Caramel. This is the first randomly generated portrait created by the system; the player will also be able to use the portrait generator to customize their character. Once I have randomized NPCs up and running I’ll be able to start work on …

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MOG-07 Haiho Papercraft Model

The MOG-07 Haiho papercraft model is now available at itch.io.¬† This one is at the same scale as the BuruBuru, 1/144, and comes with a small habitat dome. There are a variety of decal options for the front armor plate if you don’t care for the smiley face.

GHC v0.130: Father’s Day Deployment

I’ve just uploaded a new release of GearHead Caramel. This release finishes off Winter Mocha, at least for now, so I can move on to creating the first real scenario. Six months after the Typhon Incident, you are invited to a charity mecha tournament at the newly built Mauna Arena. ‚ÄčIt should only take ten …

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SAN-X9 BuruBuru now at itch.io

The BuruBuru paper model is now available at itch.io. The kit includes an info sheet (featuring this lovely 1980s style cover), the mecha parts, and a set of optional decals which you can use to customize your ride. You’ll need to print the parts on heavy cardstock (180g or thicker) and the decals on label …

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More Papercraft

Turns out that the papercraft BuruBuru was very popular at Comic World Seoul, so I’ve given it a friend for next time. I am currently getting pdfs for these two models put together, and will upload them to itch.io and DriveThruRPG. I think I’m all papercrafted out now, so I really really hope to release …

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Papercraft BuruBuru

If you’ve been following the development version of GearHead Caramel, you’ll see that I’ve been getting more work done on skills and the new electronic warfare/computers system. Hopefully I’ll make a new release soon… but not this week because I’ve been working on a papercraft model of the SAN-X9 Buru Buru. Last weekend at Comic …

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Stealth and Searching Work

As the title says, stealth and searching now work, both for the player and NPCs. GearHead Caramel uses a Dungeon Monkey-style invocations system for all attacks and skill uses. One of the great things about this system is that skills contain their own usage instructions; instead of the NPC AI needing to know about every …

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Comics in Seoul and San Francisco

A whole lot of friends are currently in San Francisco for GDC; if you’re still going to be there on Saturday, there’s a release party for Sci-fi San Francisco at Mission: Comics & Art. I have a story in this anthology so obviously it’s worth picking up even without thinking about all the other great …

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Working on Stealth

My current project is to get stealth working in GearHead Caramel. For now, it will use the same rules as in Dungeon Monkey Eternal- if your stealth action is successful, your character will be effectively invisible until revealed. Unfortunately there are still a whole lot of details to work out- for instance, if your entire …

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