Long Time, But STill Shinin

2009-04-02 09:31:58 by l3al3yT

Hey all,

It's been mad long since I've been on newgrounds and even left posts. Just tpo let you all know I've been stayin with my rhymes, I am in a rap crew as well. We didn't figure out the name yet, so we just ahve a temp one, called Murder Mafia. Why? Well, the 27th of Feb 2009 I was jumped in Murder Mafia EastSide Crip, my OG and I made up a rap crew and rap together. Here's some videos of us freestyling n one of us n my dudes fucCin around.

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Updated Biography

2008-11-09 09:12:02 by l3al3yT

Tyler Moyer was born in Allentown, PA. on January 2nd 1992.

Tyler's rap career all started when he first was introduced to the "Slim Shady LP" CD in elementary School. He wouldn't just listen to the beat, he'd listen to the lyrics and understand the messages. He then started to freestyle on his own wanting to some day be an MC.

In middle school Tyler met Rafeal Roman who also was into freestyling. Tyler and Rafeal started to write together and dreamed of some day being in the studio making a mix tape.

In early 2008 Tyler had made friends with Andres Topia who produces his own beats and has his own label. Tyler has been collaborating with him ever since and is now part of Bolssillo Records.

Late in 2009 Tyler's goal is to have a 10 track mix tape released to the public on iTunes, emusic & amazon.com.


What You Been Doing?

2008-10-30 17:07:03 by l3al3yT

Well, give me some time here for you to read and find out!

Let me start out with the rhymes I been writing.

I been working on multiple songs, these songs are already named and ready to be recorded, "Life Is A Trial", "War Is What I Bring", "Green Mask Music" & "Click, Clack & Bang". These will be the last songs until my mixtape is finished in 2009 around April.

I never really did explain what my music is really about and why I am in the rap hustle.

My music is about life, either my life or a life of a close someone that should be looked over. Also, I do write some club songs, but even then I write about someone or myself. I think it's important to write about life, there's so much in this life time write now that needs to be fixed and aren't being fixed. They say it is by more police, but I believe that even the police are more criminal than others. So I really want to make music and get it out there for some day someone will get my message and try to change the world or at least help their hood.

I been working very hard on my lyrics, writing something new or editing what I have already written. I freestyle everyday on my own time, but even at school I'm in class writing something hot. I am soon to get in a studio once I get some gwop gathered. Once I am done with the titles listed above I'll be in the studio working on my Greensylvania mixtape.

My mixtape will have 10 tracks maybe more. With two bonus tracks of execlusive freestyles with one video.

Well, that's enough with this. Keep supporting my music and my name and wish me some luck!


FINAL CAREER CHANGE!

2008-08-30 12:18:39 by l3al3yT
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I have found my real destinty job. All I did was freestyle once to a friend and he loved it and it got around, so now I am recording freestyles and also writing new rhymes everyday for a mixtape.

I was doing it just with audacity, but now I work with a new kid at my school from Lancaster City, PA. Which I live in the county of Lancaster, PA, but always down there. He works with his own beats and uses Pro Tools, so he is now my new producer. So soon I'll be having my first written song uploaded.

For now, enjoy my freestyles and just wait for my new song!

To reach Andre (Producer): myspace.com/atcbeats

To reach me: myspace.com/greenblokproductions

Also see me on YouTube and Uemcee.

http://www.youtube.com/user/FlashProdu cerBaByT

http://www.uemcee.com/babyt/

FINAL CAREER CHANGE!


I'm back from Emagination Game Design Camp!

2008-07-13 01:55:57 by l3al3yT
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Hey Guys!

Been two weeks now, I have been back from camp for two days now. Let me tell you something, for as much as that was to go there and how long it took to get there. It was well worth it! I loved it so much, in the beginning I didn't get along with many kids, me being an urban child and then going there with complete geeks, not just a little geeky, I mean GEEKS! I seemed like a dick, I played pranks and joked around a lot like I do with my regular friends. I guess you don't do that in the geek world.

Well, the first week was to just get to know each other and get used to the schedule at the same time as you have so many hours in the computer labs, about 63 hours a week. So we were taught how to use PhotoShop 7.0 and 3D Studio Max 2009. We learned how to customize textures in PhotoShop and other basic tricks for your meshes that you can make in 3DsMax.

In 3DsMax 2009 we were taught how to create a teddy bear, not textured and let me say very badly done, but fun to learn most of the tools in 3DsMax. We also made an eyeball and placed a texture on the mesh that we had made in PhotoShop. I also made a create and got to play with PhotoShop a bit more to dirty up the create texture. Last modeling tutorial we had was taking a sand texture from a website, and editing it it so when it's placed on a plane in 3DsMax it'll be a seamless texture. So we were taught a lot of Unwrapping

After that, we then were taught rigging. One of the instructors had already made a 3D model of a girl, sci-fi like girl to be exact. We used bipeds so it was pretty basic and not as time consuming as doing custom rigs would be. We then implemented the animation from FPS Creator in with the bones and watched it play out!

Another software we learned was, FPS Creator, a very basic and not so good FPS game engine, but it worked for learning purposes. I like that a whole lot. We didn't use a very updated version of FPS C, but it was good enough. On the first week of that Friday we then had to choose a team to be on, there were 4 teams and about 6-7 kids on each team, then they each had to choose a job from, programmer/scripter, producer, 3D Modeler, 2D artists (Such as texturing), audio guy, writer, level designer or game designer. Now we only had a week to create a game using FPS C, PhotoShop and 3DsMax. We knew all the tools we needed to create one, they also had an already formatted design document to help us out as well. It was a lot more organized and helped us all out. A lot of the kids took up 2 - 3 jobs at once to get it done faster, so it was good. Most of the teams all worked together quite well and got a finished product by the due date. It was pretty easy I guess, I was doing the writing and scripting/programming, at the same time learning some 3D Modeling and texturing as well. It was a little hectic for all teams once we learned what milestones were and our instructors had milestones for us everyday.

I thought we did a very good job, not so good in keeping up with the milestones, but that's because we had some communicating difficulties amongst our team, but we worked it out and got a pretty decent game finished, that I thought at least. As all of this was going on, we toured BlueFang Games and had a couple guest speakers come in to Bentley and talk to us about their jobs and how it all works. We even had actual game industry developers at BlueFang Games show us some of their equipment and showed us the game they are working on, which I can't say anything about because we all had to sign an NDA before even going to this program.

Overall, this program is 10/10 and the best for introduction into the game industry for teens. Shows us a lot and makes us want to learn more than just what we were interested in!

I might just go back next year as well.

Now to make it even better, the day I left I got an hour and a half to hang out with a freelance music composer who lives in MA. I have known him over the computer from GameDev.net for about three years now, it was great actually getting to meet him and eat lunch with him. His name is Matt Myers. Some of you may have heard of him and some may not, but he is a really great music composer for indie RPG games. You can see his website by searching 2EastMusic in google. Some of his finest work, also, Garagegames.com the makers of Torque game Engine have his content packs into one pack on their website in the audio section as well. Some may also know him from Anime Conventions and some of you may know him by the lead singer of L33tStr33t Boys!

Well, that was my two weeks at the Emagination Game Design program, hopefully most of you will look into that and try it out some year!

~BaByT~


New upload, but wait.. it's not an animation..

2008-06-24 10:14:31 by l3al3yT
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Hey NewGrounders!

This is one last blog before I leave for 2 weeks! Now you're probably looking at the title saying, "WTF! I thought this was an animation profile only!".

Well here's a small twist, before animation I was practicing C++ and C#, as well as other languages. Well I got tired of it a bit and wanted to try something new, AKA animation. Well as I had free time a couple days ago, I did go outside and spend time with my friends, but after that I came inside and was looking through the files for Microsoft Visual Studio (MSVS) 2005 Standard Edition and found a file that's named PrehistoricMerchants.

Then I remembered, I made that a while ago. I was going to create a text RPG for more practice in C++ then recreate it in C#. Well I don't know why I stopped developing it so damn early but I did. It's just basic input and output and I decided to back to programming, but train my art skills and animations skills like planned. So here's this plan. Still going to work on my new animation series, but mix it in with what I had planned for PrehistoricMerchants and use this series as a look at for what the game will taste like, then in future work up to graphics for the game!

You can download the .exe of PrehistoricMerchant at, http://www.coderprofile.com/content/pu blic/profile/view-portfolio.php?coder=
BaByT&id=115

I love computers! Thank you Bill Gates!

Everyone reading this; have a good summer and see you in 2 weeks!

~BaByT~


What I been up too!

2008-06-08 16:42:41 by l3al3yT

Hey NewGrounders!
Wondered what I been up too at all? Probably not, but I'll share anyways.

Well, today I went for an interview at McDonald's in Ephrata, PA & I got the job! I start 6-10-08! I'll be working every week Tuesday - Saturday & working 8:30AM - 2:00PM.

That's not even the most exciting part! Yesterday I went out and bought art supplies that is needed for this book I was given last year called, "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" by Betty Edwards. So I'll be working on my drawing skills on the free time I have every night! I'm really excited about all of this.

One more thing! Not sure if anyone has heard about CoderProfile or not, but I am now the researcher for that site. I have done one research task and I learned a lot doing it. There's the announcement about it on the CP forums! It took me 3 hours to do the research, but now I have a new task to do which will take me about a month to finish!

My life is turning out to be so much fun and exciting, I don't want it to end, but more is to come this summer that I am sure will make it even better!

Also, I am now writing up some ideas and soon scripts for a series I want to create in Flash animations, something like Brackenwood & The Story of Khale, but a totally different world setting! I rather not give out any ideas yet, it's a surprise, but I am also working on my art skills so I don't think it'll be anytime soon.

Thank god for this summer!

Side Note: I wish everyone good luck on their summers and work!

~BaByT~


Came up with a conclusion!

2008-05-14 22:46:56 by l3al3yT
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I have been messing around with Adobe Flash Cs3 Professional recently, even my post with my newest and first creation, yes crappy but still something. It's about my bus driver. She pissed me off today, all I did was throw a bottle cap from lunch at her face. I was in the last seat and chucked it at her mirror and it hit her right in the face. {LOL}

Aside from that, instead of going right to learning Action Script 3.0, I think I should just stick to making animations about anything, to get some fame here at newgrounds and other sites, even a little practice with Flash and how it works. Maybe in the near future after I am ready I'll get into Game Development with Flash.

Wish Me Luck

~ BaByT

{Keep checking my account to see if I submit anything}


My Experinces

2008-05-11 09:34:48 by l3al3yT
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I would like to share my experiences so far I have in the Video Game Development World. Well when I was 14 I got interested in this program called Byond which then led to me wanting to learn VB6.0. Well I started to when I seen vbGORE and started playing around with it, but didn't get very far. So I make some dumb moves and go for C++, I happened to learn some of it and start some text based games, only console applications though.

I stopped for a while and just practiced making up stories, I had one successful story that I liked, but never finished it, it's only one the prologue stage. Then I started working on game design documents, I am pretty good at organizing and coming up with creative ideas for video games. Takes me only an hour and I can have a whole idea thought up and in the next day I can have half the GDD done. When I turned 15 I started doing GDDs for other indie game developers for no price at all, and that gave me an opening to good jobs in the indie industry, but I fucked it up by stopping and getting into gangs and other teenage drama.

Thought it was cool to do before, but now I am trying to clean up my life and trying to get out of that lifestyle and that's mostly why I came here. Learn flash, make a couple games, try to get sponsors and make some money, start my life over.

I am now 16 and almost there, it'll take lots of effort and more doing than saying. Wish me luck!

~ BaByT

P.S.
Here's the link to the prologue I made a while ago,

DemonicChaos.doc