THINGS I'VE DONE
A quick summary of most of my works, past and present, so you have a better idea of what you'd be supporting.
PIXIE PALS: The first webcomic I've ever written and drawn based on original characters. A story of Fairies with much humor and comedy. This webcomic went through several format changes, as I was still looking for a solid ground to step on. I'm often wondering if I should start a remake of this old project. Trixie Pixie is more or less my mascot character. CHECK IT OUT HERE (DA)
NIUBI (NOOB): Based on Argentum OnLine, an Argentinian MMORPG, this comic followed the adventures of Nitrus Pro, renowned member of the Royal Army until he was tricked by Newberey and Magalí, a couple of Noobs, into training them until they became proper Citizens. The joke? They don't want to. Cue hilarity, adventure, and too many in-jokes related to the original game this was spawned from. READ IN SPANISH (Ch.1-5) or IN ENGLISH (DA Cp.1-2)
NAGALY: My first attempt at a more "adult" story. This is the sad (?) tale of Azazel, young and bumbling attempt of a thief, as he drags himself along the merciless desert of the Lands of Fire. There he will meet Queen Nagaly, a sensual and lethal naga, leader of the Desert Dwellers, a gang of antropomorphic bandits who follow her every whim. Good news for Azazel: Nagaly is interested in adding him to her little group. Bad news, though: Nagaly is interested in adding him to her little group. This comic only saw one chapter, although it's more or less auto-conclusive. READ IN SPANISH or IN ENGLISH (DA)
BIOMUNDO (One-Shot): Back when I was writting my first book I wrote several short stories based on the universe of BioMundo (see "BioMundo" in the "BOOKS" category for more info). This was an one-shot based on one of those short stories, in which the three main characters of the book debate about some mysterious ruins they find in the Endless Forest. Short, but it helped me a lot to visualize my characters better. READ IN SPANISH or IN ENGLISH (DA)
TALES FROM MÁGIKA (Ongoing): This one is probably my biggest project. So big, it took me more than ten years to give it proper shape, having gone from early short stories to longer texts, then an almost-trilogy of books (which I did not print, because it wasn't too good), and finally a total overhaul of the universe and characters that populate it. This is the story of a fantasy world going slightly steampunk, where some specific individuals are showing signs of eerie poweres in their beings. How they cope with their special skills, and how these unravel a series of unexpected events, are part of the main plot of this series I wish to work on. I've written and drawn the first chapter of the new story, as well as part of Chapter 2. This is one of my main goals to achieve: to finally give this tale a proper development in the shape of a comic. READ IN SPANISH. Also, READ IT IN ENGLISH (Tumblr) .
BITS & BYTES (Not-So-Ongoing-Anymore): I love video games, and this is more or less my love letter to them. Bits & Bytes Restaurant (or simply Bits & Bytes) tells the story of Nolan Nett, young chef who opens up his own restaurant in the city. Sadly, he's had no clients at all... And then, the clients arrived. Video game characters! Strip after strip (and later on page after page) Nolan deals with the many shenanigans of his unusual clients. I've been drawing this webcomic since 2012 and I keep updating once per week, usually taking a recent gaming news as inspiration for every new page. And good news, I've finally translated all 200+ pages to English, including the main series and EXTRA pages! READ IN SPANISH or READ IT IN ENGLISH (Tumblr)
WILFREDA THE WANNA-BE WITCH (Ongoing): This is my most recent creation. A small webcomic about a young little girl who thinks she's a witch (or is she a young little witch who appears as a normal girl?). I am currently drawing this twice a week starting 2017 (it used to be once per week). I have tons of ideas for Wilfreda and her overwhelming cuteness. READ IN SPANISH or READ IN ENGLISH (DA)
BIOMUNDO: Back in 2008 I pulled myself together and wrote my first published book. BioMundo is a fantasy story of a different kind of post-apocalypse scenario, where the world has been claimed by Nature after the almost complete decimation of Humanity. Two thousand years later, Humans have mutated into BioPeople and live their lives peacefully. All except young Naoki, whose love for books have brought him to read too much about the old world. This makes him wonder what really lies beyond the distant horizon, and so he embarks on a journey through what's left of the ancient civilizations, discovering what they have become after so many centuries. Sadly, this book is only in Spanish.
EL ALMA SIN CUERPO (...Y VICEVERSA): I got a second place award during a short story contest, back in 2011, and part of the prize consisted on the publishing of a short novel. I immediately got to work on this short but entertaining story about a man who, facing with the hardships of life, becomes a split personality. Literally, as his Soul leaves his physical Body to go away and have fun. Now there's a lone Soul out there, bound with all the emotions his ethereal self can not translate properly, and a soul-less Body who has become something like a meat Golem, willing to work things out without emotions to impede him otherwise. Can the Body live without a Soul? Can the Soul survive without a Body? This was one short story that I really enjoyed writing. The same as with BioMundo, though, this one is also in Spanish only.
I thought I'd drop this here as well. I mentioned in my Bits & Bytes description that I love video games. I really, really do. And so, I've been recording a couple of video series in my YouTube channel to showcase some hidden gems in the Indie industry. I do that merely as a hobby, though, and I don't even monetize those videos. You can take a look, if you want, though all videos are in Spanish.
I've been lurking around the idea of programming my own games since I have memory, and along the years I've given many tries in several programming languages. I did achieve a couple of little, silly games during my High School years, but alas, most of those projects are now lost forever. In the recent years I've been slowly creeping back to it, and so far I've worked out a handful of tiny games. Click on the names to access the games!
THE CANDYMAN SAGA: My first "official" finished game was this entry for the CandyJam, back in early 2014. Here you have to chase after the nefarious Candy King and recover all the stolen candy. Simple and fun.
KATANO CRANE: A little something I tried in order to test and practice with GameMaker. This is nothing more than a lousy Crane Machine simulator. Just press ENTER to insert a coin, then press and hold the SPACEBAR to move the crane. Once you release the spacebar, the crane goes down and, hopefully, you'll catch yourself a toy. There is no real goal here, but my friends play to see who spent the lesser to obtain all the prizes. I should really consider working this idea into something a bit more polished. Also, this game is in Spanish, but the instructions are really easy.
MEGADIMENSION 2015: I have a website where I upload all my comics. Of course, it's only in Spanish. So is this "game", which I programmed early 2015 to celebrate MegaDimension's 9th anniversary. The "game" is a very simple platform adventure in which the player can learn more about the history of the website, as well as of many of my projects. It was fun to do, really.
BITS & BYTES: THE VISUAL NOVEL: My webcomic Bits & Bytes is quite fitting for a Visual Novel format, and so I wrote the script to make a game based on this. The result is this amusing little Visual Novel, a rather short tale (one hour long on average) which tells a whole day in the restaurant's routine. And guess what, it's available in both Spanish AND English! Yay!
MORE TO COME...
Quite the list, as you can see; and there're still so many more ideas floating around in this head of mine. Stay around... You might find new stuff from me. New webcomics. New stories. New games. Do you like all what you see? Please consider supporting me, then. Every little bit helps.