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Answers to common questions.

Why create Piber.Me?

With how easily big companies can abuse their users and contributors through bad moderation practices, theft, censorship, and AI, I felt it would be a good idea to have my own personal website to back up my projects and art for everyone.

Who are you?

I’m a non-binary hobbyist artist and developer who is taking classes to learn game design. I have had an interested in video games since childhood, an interest so deep that I love to learn the inner workings of games I play and love to create game projects myself. I am also re-learning how to draw with an anthro character focus.

I’ve contributed to projects including The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ and its Revelations mod, and the upcoming Fallout: The Frontier Rework. I also participate in Art Fight.

Do you do commissions, or are open to work?

Yes! I am well versed in the Lua and Torquescript programming languages and have some experience with Java. I am also very familiar with the GECK/Creation Kit, used in Bethesda’s games. I’m open to learning more, too. Feel free to get in contact with me if you want to know more.

Do you still work on modding Fallout: New Vegas?


If there has been a long pause on me working on my mods, it is likely that I am going through some burnout, or I’m just very busy. Keep in mind I do this on my free time for fun!

Do you still work on modding The Binding of Isaac?


Why not?

The community was too toxic.
I used to make mods for it, contribute to large mods, moderate its Discord, participate in many secret friend groups, and what I got out of it was various small groups who would infight with each other, rampant bigotry and bullying, users who are ungrateful of modders, manipulative psychopaths, the game going in a direction I didn’t like, and more.
I just couldn’t take it anymore. I won’t be coming back.

Do you still work on modding Blockland?


Why not?

It’s not very active anymore, and I left the community due to this and some toxicity. (it might be better now though?)
Brickadia is looking promising. I’m excited for that.