We are glad that you want to meet the team of developers who are working on Celestial Tear: Demon’s Revenge!
The main team is just the two of us, Whitney White and Tyrell White. We do the story and art as well as the actual developing and putting all of the pieces together. We have a couple more reliable people who help us out with some work such as Ricky Gunawan who does the character, motion comic, and battle background art. Eileen Hermann helps us out with tiles, and Michael Correa and Mark McKeich do great work on the music. We recently met an animator, Christopher Lewin, who will be animating our motion comics. For sound effects, he goes by the name of aL Beastie (Zach Betts). We’ve also recently taken on some voice over artists, and we are hoping that they can all return for the role in the event that we decide to keep voice acting in the game. As for code, Whitney does some touch ups and compatibility fixes, but we mostly outsource that.
That is the team behind Celestial Tear: Demon’s Revenge, we are a weird bunch, but we make a great team! 😀
Below is some of the previous work that we’ve done in our fields.
Whitney is the writer, developer, coder, and the occasional pixel artist. Whitney has always had a love for games ever since she first picked up a controller and controlled the orange ball of !&*? that is Q-Bert. Whitney has been writing since the days of the dreaded noisy TYPEWRITER and has always wanted to write for games. Now she is finally getting her chance to tell a story to the masses. Whitney has 3 exuberant kids, ages 6, 3, and 1, and manages to balance work, kids, and love every single day. Whitney’s favorite games are Tomb Raider (ALL OF THEM (except the black sheep Angel of Darkness… That doesn’t count :P) ), Suikoden 2, Final Fantasy 8, and Pharaoh.
Tyrell is the concept artist, pixel artist, co-writer, and co-developer. Drawing has always been a passion for Tyrell and comics were the cause. Tyrell is persistent and passionate about everything his name goes on. That includes his family, his work, hobbies, etc. Tyrell was always a fan of the Wild Arms series as well as the Legacy Of Kain series and has brought some of those influences into CT: DR. He also fills Whitney’s plot holes and comes up with great ideas to make the game better.