Occupy White Walls, Continued

So, it’s been some time since I started playing Occupy White Walls but I still find myself involved pretty deeply both in the game and in the community. Since my last post I’ve added a myriad of new works into the game and even went so far as to make a video of my own gallery as something of a preview of the game itself. I’ve gotten feedback on a lot of my art in-game, some positive, some negative, some just plain funny.

What I didn’t really anticipate, however, is seeing my art pop up on places like the PC gaming site Rock Paper Shotgun or on Twitch streams. While it’s not the kind of exposure I was expecting, it’s welcome nonetheless. That said, my opinion remains - with, or without my art - that Occupy White Walls is worth exploring for anyone looking to create and curate their own gallery.

A Twitch streamer whose name I currently forget, but will assuredly include when I can find it again.

A Twitch streamer whose name I currently forget, but will assuredly include when I can find it again.

How my “Artist Page” looks in-game.

How my “Artist Page” looks in-game.