J Hause is a freelance illustrator and concept artist, currently haunting Austin Texas with his wife. He received his special ghost training at Swindon College School of Art (and ghost stuff) in the UK and has since been working freelance for various indie games.
In his spare time, J runs SketchBomb Austin, a monthly sketch group and is developing a steampunk comic called The Grove. He has four dogs, three of them are pretty great but the other one is just awful.
The elusive Collin is a cube dweller primarily found below 850m. His time on the ground is mainly spent foraging locally on foot. However, when nature calls to him and wanderlust sets in, the Collin prefers to travel long distances from drey to office to new unknown areas by bike or motorcycle. He is mainly nocturnal, and feeds on microwavable veggies and coffee.
Microwavable vegetables are a critical food because they allow him live within the delusion that he is eating something that could be considered remotely healthy - and as an added bonus, this form of substance is cheap!
The Collin is a scatter-hoarder by nature: Making numerous caches of items of when they are abundant, and thus he may contribute to the seed dispersion of his food trees. This also means he usually has a laptop and internet wherever he may travel. Although the Collin shows relatively good scent relocation abilities - some caches are never reclaimed, becoming seedlings in the spring.
Though he does not hibernate, the Collin does become less active during the winter. Like many prey animals, he depends on auditory alerts from other squirrels or birds to determine safety. Once an alarm call is transmitted, those present will join in, and the trees become a cacophony of chirping Sciuridae. Tree squirrels are prey for bobcats, hawks, eagles, mountain lions, coyotes, cat, and humans.
Cory Martin is a sometimes writer, most times musician, and all of the time procrastinator. When he isn't doing what he ought, he is voraciously consuming the plankton equivalent of news and media - small bites of easily digestible content that add up to something approximating knowledge. If you poke and prod him enough he might regurgitate something interesting. He will try to collect the best of the "info vomit" to post here. You're welcome?