August 14, 2015


Due to the start of school, Gonfalon Entertainment will enter a mostly dormant state for the next few months. I hope you have enjoyed the entertainment I have created.

My Real-Time-Tactics game has been put on hold, and I hope to work on it more in the summer.

July 1, 2015

Book Nerd Words - Bookshelfie

Definition and Examples of the Book Nerd word "Bookshelfie."

Learn a new word today!

Created for the Project Ed "Book Nerd Words" scholarship competition

War Of The Worlds Book Trailer

Book Trailer for War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells.

Journalist H.G. Wells investigates a large meteor that has landed just outside of Woking, England. Extraterrestrial war machines emerge from the meteor, and Wells is face with the challenge of surviving an alien invasion.

Created for the Project Ed "SciFi Forever" Scholarship competition.

Personally, I don't really like the book. I prefer a new adaptation, The Tripods Attack by John McNichol.

June 12, 2015

Around the World In 80 Days - Book Trailer

Book Trailer for Around the World In Eighty Days by Jules Verne.

Eccentric Millionaire Phileas Fogg makes a bet that he can circumnavigate the globe in 80 days. Trailed by a detective who suspects he is a bank robber, Fogg is faced with many obstacles that endanger his winning the bet.

Made completely in Computer Generated Imagery using Blender 3D software and Kdenlive Video editor on Ubuntu Linux OS.

Created for the Project Ed "Choose Your Adventure" Scholarship competition.

June 5, 2015

June Update

June Update from Gonfalon Entertainment

I have been working on modifying the Last Colony RTS Engine ( into a RTT game. In Art Development stage right now.

However, my main focus this month will be a couple of short videos for the Project Ed Scholarship competitions (  I will be entering "Book Nerd Words," "SciFi Forever," "Standing the Test of Time," and "Choose Your Adventure." At the moment, I am looking at doing them completely as Blender 3D animations (

Hope to get stuff completed and posted soon.

February 11, 2015


Ok, so this isn't really entertainment, but it's something I made.  My mother, a homeschool teacher, was getting frustrated with the handwriting worksheet generator she was using for my little sister, and asked me to make an easier to use app.  So I did.  Using HTML5, Canvas, Parallax's jsPDF library, fonts from FontSpace, the FontSquirrel Webfont Kit Generator, and a weekend of work, I created Handwriter.

Choose from two line heights, choose Print or Cursive, fill out the form, check the preview, and then generate a printable PDF.

As a side note, I am working through a book on making HTML5 Web Games, and may eventually post an adaptation of the games.