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CSS/JS 3D Cube

FeedMeComics Beta Launch

Shadowrun: The Anarchy Wars

J-B Weld a Bicycle Peddle to the Crank Arm

Introducing PolySure

Cyber Monkey 3D

Famous Artists in Modern America: Raphael

Arts Shows and Photography

Controling the Google Map Iframe

The Dark Lord Rises

Custom Form Check Boxes - JavaScript Class

HTML Color Selector Class

Styling Snipt Code Embeds

Simple Accordion JavaScript Class

I Stand with Rand

Glen Bradley for NCGOP Vice-Chair

CSS 3 @(at) Rules and Font Embeding

Happy New Year, New Site!

Making a Simple House with Blender 3D

Happy, Mic Check 121212

Making Mountains with Blender 3D

Bash ~ indexOf

Ana's Corner

ConstitutinalWar.org

Midwife Advocates Website

My Own City - Part 2

Virtual Box VS. VMware

My Own City (In Blender 3D)

The Return of DonvanH!

Geishas and Watercolor

More Vector Cartoon People

Basics of Graphic Optimization for Flash

Veterans for Ron Paul 2012

Dynamic Draggable Divs

AK Donovan Sole Brutha ~ Time Lapse

Disengaged Reality ~ Time Lapse

HTML5 Canvas Drawing

AnimatedImg - Javascript Class

CyberMonkeyDev.com Up

Charlotte, Photography, and Penguins

North Carolina CPM Rally

DJ The Sypher @ Heaven and Hell

Making a World... Map

TDI Site Complete

AS3 vs HTML5 Drawing

Poked in the Face ~ Time Lapse

WeAreChangeDC.org BETA up!

Jordan

Grendel Babies

SamMenkmeller.com is GO

Prince of the Pavement

Speed cooking for 100

AS3 to Clipboard to JAVA communication

Lighten Up ~ Time Lapse

AmbieMac.com is Up

Revisiting Design

Howl's Moving Castle

End the Fed 2009

Chicago!

Timer Tools AS3

Free Wallpapers!

Flash to PHP communication

Dynamic Timer Event Handling

JavaScript XML node array

XML to JavaScript structure return

Appalachian Trail

AS3 XML class [dXML]

Let Oklahoma Vote

MurderOne Shirt App

Stelor Games

Universal Click Handler

R,G,B, to HEX and back

Snipt.net

Kirupa Art Contest, 2nd!

AS3 Preloader Class

Purple Cauliflower

Paul is FREE!!!

Wallpaper tutorial

My First C++ App

Vigilant Logos

Free Paul Jacob

XML picture displayer

Flash Web Site Template

Afterdeployment.org

Easy Effects AS3

Election Judge

Attack of the Frownies

Gootropolis On-line World

Ohio Valley Recovery Inc.

Symphony City

Challenger Learning Center Site

CLC, E-Missions Site



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FeedMeComics Beta Launch

2/14/16

Over the years I have done a lot of experiments using HTML canvas elements, so when a friend told me there aren't enough good web comic aggregates it gave me an idea. Not only would I make a site where you can find links to all kinds of great web comics but you can also make your own!

FeedMeComics.com features all of the tools you need to get started making comics and sharing them on-line. You can either upload your own images or use the on-line drawing tools built by yours truly to make your comic and share it with the world. Also, membership is free and unlike some other websites I don't make any claim to your work, even if you used my tools to create it.

So whether you are an artist or just like to read some comics from time to time, sign up on FeedMeComics.com and enjoy!




Glen Bradley for NCGOP Vice-Chair

3/7/13
Glen Bradley for NCGOP Vice-Chair

I recently had the pleasure of teaming up with For Liberty Communication to make a web site for Glen Bradley who is running for NCGOP Vice-Chair.

My role was setting up the PHP/MySQL side of the site along with some simple Ajax/JavaScript tools. With our team work the entire site was done in a matter of 3 days.

Click here to view Glen's site.




Ana's Corner

9/26/12
Ana's Corner

Another in my latest works of small end websites. Ana Rodriguez is a very crafty lady who has made a small business with her skill and hard work. I had meet her through a mutual friend. When she was talking to me about her website she said she would rather refer people to her on-line PDF rather than to her website. I told her I would be able to offer he an affordable redesign and have it fixed up in no time. Well, no time is now!

We have already been discussing e-commerce options, a content management system, and SEO, in order to make the most out of her web space. None the less a good appearance is the first step to a good web site.

Click here to view Ana's website.


Midwife Advocates Website

9/4/12


Midwife Advocates is a small group that is trying to legalize midwifery, mostly in the state of North Carolina as they are still a small organization. When first moving to NC I found it quite odd that the practice of midwifery was outlawed. My guess would be lobbyists in NC's large medical industry might have something to do with that.

Anyways, I documented one of their events last spring and was recently contacted for web development services. The budget was small, but I'm a sucker for do-gooders. The design and structuring took me about 2 day and another 2 days to finish off their content management system (CMS). They are still putting in a lot of the content, however with their custom CMS, that should be no problems for them.

Click here to visit MidwifeAdvocates.org


TDI Site Complete

10/4/10

After some slight delay the Truck Drivers Institute web site is finally completed. I think I need to take a little break now and get back to my painting. Such is the burden of working so much, my art hangs over my should jelously taunting me to spend more time on it. Well art, now is your time again! Hopefully I can finish my next piece before I decided to take up more side work. We shall see.

Update
TDI has changed their layout, view the archived version HERE.


SamMenkmeller.com is GO

4/13/10


Over the weekend I managed put the finishing touches on SamMenkmeller.com. Once again aligning with the folks at Artist Web Builders, we have joined forces to make a web site that is both pretty and user friendly.

Now it is full focus on something that I have wanted to do for some time. Finish off WeAreChangeDC.org and restore the web site for We Are Change Virginia. Unfortunately for WACVA the web name WeAreChangeVirginia.org is lost, however yours truly owns the names WeAreChangeVA.com, WeAreChangeVA.org, and even WeAreChangeVirginia.com. I'm building both web sites off of the same engine I used for this site, so hopefully that can save me some time as I have the basic designs for both sites completed already. Wish me luck and GODSPEED!

Update
The site is no longer live, but you can view the archived version HERE.


AmbieMac.com is Up

1/5/10

YAR! I just put the finishing touches on the functionality for AmbieMac.com and I am quite pleased with how the site turned out. This was actually one of the more stress free freelance projects I have worked on and yet one of the more feature packed. I would like to thank the folks at Artist Web Builders for acting as an intermediary and also for handling the general page content while I built all the other goodies for the site. So go check out Ambie's page and all the cool functionality, oh yeah, and AWB did rather well on the design.


Let Oklahoma Vote

5/26/09

A while back the Citizens In Charge Foundation contacted me and asked me if I could set up a web site for them. No problem there, but the catch here was that they need the site up in less than a week. Mind you I have been very busy, but because I like CIC and knew that they wouldn't be able to have this done in time else wise, I agreed to try and get them a site up by the end of the week.

Did I mention the site had to be using WordPress? Did I mention I hate editing WordPress, CSS? Did I mention they didn't even have anywhere to host the site? Yeah, so I hustled up a storm and ended up spitting out a workable -ok- looking site. Due to time constraint and the complications with WordPress CSS I couldn't really make the site shine, but non-the-less it does it's job. Click here to check it out if you feel so inclined.


MurderOne Shirt App

5/20/09

So I have finally finished the shirt application for MurderOne Clothing! It turned out pretty well, all and all. There were several last minuet changes making it more interesting, and even though I had to take out some neat tweening effects the overall feel was still intact.

When setting up the pay-pal button, I developed an easy method of passing in multiple extra variables (other than price), using only one button. I will try to get a little example up about my method soon. I have been BUSY, lately look for a lot of updates when the storm calms!
AND!
Check out the T-Shirt App at: MurderOne Clothing


Check out the archived application HERE.


Vigilant Logos

11/22/08
So, a little while ago there was talk about my companies appearance getting a face lift. Awesome! I was excited to get an opportunity to remake what I have always thought was a very unimpressive logo. Well it turned out that all this was just in speculation, but I want to share with you lovely folk the ideas I had for the new Vigilant Services logo.



Free Paul Jacob

11/12/08
Recently I have been doing some design and development work for the Free Paul Jacob campaign. My latest task was to re-design the Word Press based blog site. I enjoyed this project even though I was not entirely impressed with Word Press due to PHP restrictions. For more information about Mr. Jacob and why he has recently drawn fire from Oklahoma law makers. visit the site. Or just visit the site to view my pretty design :)



Afterdeployment.org

8/1/08
Our design and development team at Vigilant Services has finally launched the alpha version of afterdeployment.org. A self help web site for our veterans with post traumatic stress disorder. This has been the main focus of my work at Vigilant since I have started with the company. The site is a huge database of information. As a member of the design team I was mainly responsible for doing the workshop animations, however from time to time I aided the development staff with making some custom AS3 components to use in the workshops.



Gootropolis On-line World

...old
Gootropolis is the new site that me and a team of developers at Stelor Productions have been creating. The site fallows the guidelines of the club Penguin world where you create you own little avatar and walk around a virtual world, talk to other people, and play games. All games on the site were either brainstormed and created by me, or converted into AS 3, by me. Jump in and play at gootropolis.com.

Update
Gootropolis and Steolor Productions are no longer in operation.



Symphony City

...old
A project that I have invested many hours into, and many more it seems to come. My roll in the development team is the programmer. While I don't get to do any of the fun design work, my skills as a developer have been getting tested like never before and I am learning a great deal at the same time. The entire game is coded in AS2, with a little tiny splash page using HTML and JavaScript. This on-line on-line educational game is successful at helping children identify with symphonies and classical music. So go ahead and Play Symphony City!.

I was the sole programmer for the site, and made the pass-code system for the login, that enables students to continue sessions, based off of the last level they have completed. This has been my first major web project I have ever tried to tackle

update!
The game is no longer hosted and sponsored by the symphony. Play the archived version HERE.



Challenger Learning Center Site

..old
This was to be the main web site for Wheeling Jesuit's Challenger Learning Center. I was the sole programmer for the site, and had participated in creating the main layout and site infrastructure. I worked along with Cassandra Ligthfritz who focused soly on the design aspect. Together our creative minds made what I believe to be a very pretty site.
Update!
...The site is no longer on line, but I'm still hosting it from my site for all you beautiful people to take a look at. CLC site



CLC, E-Missions Site

...old
A Flash based web page, done for Wheeling Jesuit's Challenger Learning Center E-Mission on-line games. I was the sole programmer for the site, and had participated in creating the main layout and site infrastructure. The overall design was done by Cassandra Ligthfritz, but I got a little of my style in there with background page transition effects and various scripted tweens.
Update!
...The site is no longer on line, but I have a copy on my server so every one can still view it, YAH!! E-Missions Site.