Sketching in the Japanese countryside
September is the typhoon season in Japan and, even if the weather is still fine here in Niigata, it’s quite unsettled: a blue sky can turn into a heavy rain so the least we can do is to bring our umbrellas everywhere we go.
The sketch above was done at the exact limit where the city stops and where the rice paddies begin.
Golden fields of rice stretch to the horizon and their smell is marvellous: Niigata is famous for producing the best rice in all Japan.
The Atelier Sentô in Niigata
Yesterday, after a very long trip from France (via Istanbul), we discovered our new house.
It’s a old uninhabited house where we’ll be living for the next 3 months. It’s a beautiful house with a blue roof and a garden. It’s located a few meters near the river and also close to the sea.
Spending time here is going to be fun!
Play The Coral Cave at Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival
The Coral Cave has been nominated at the Indie Game Contest 2014 in Strasbourg. From September 12th to September 21th, everybody who visits the festival can play a demo of the game.
Check this page for all the news about this event.
The Coral Cave - making of a point-and-click
New article today on the French website indiemag.fr.
It’s about the wonderful game engine we’re using : Wintermute.
Read the article (in French)