Sitraxis is the pseudonym I use online. Here you can find a compilation of my illustrations, graphic design, and programming work as well as a documentation of the projects I have participated in. All artworks featured there are copyright to me.
I work with my best friends here! I’m living the dream! It’s a hub for the games we make, the latest news and developments, and support channels. We have a few free games on the platform too! Dicesuki da yo~!
Locked Heart is the first game released by Dicesuki. Its website the first one-pager I’ve done, too, and rekindled my creative juices in making websites again. The layout is based one of the promotional images made the artist and director, Kooriiko.
Cinderella Phenomenon came off as an ambitious project right after we’ve finished Locked Heart. I’m still surprised we’ve accomplished it and within roughly a year, too! Get to know more about the game on this site!
This is a carrd site for the fairytale-themed Genshin Impact Zine, Seelie Tales. It's run by Esha, Jiann and I. This is also one of the sites that started my self-proclaimed title, Carrd Mod. Despite its limits, Carrd makes one-pagers easier.
In celebration of Dai Gyakuten Saiban being localized, Esha and I hosted a countdown towards its release. The site contains information and guidelines for intersted contributors. It's also one of my favorite Carrd-made websites in my venture as the slef-proclaimed Carrd Mod.
On the Axis is a website I've always wanted to make. I've been inspired by Lysianthus' work after stumbling upon her websites back in 2013. The idea of a collective fascinated me, and I just found myself clicking away only to find more and eventually drive me to make one of my own. I used to have similar websites that I wanted to be a hub for everything from a gallery of all that I craft, a wall of website banners, and a domain for my characters and projects. When that’s put into consideration, On the Axis used to be known as chocobits (2010) and Sitraxis (2013). Though the latter was an informal version of my portfolio.
The website name is a play on my internet handle, Sitraxis. Taking axis to emphasize the website's function on a network and presto! I got a name! To be fair, when I first came up with the name, I believe I wanted it to be for my upcoming original characters database since they're always on the axis ...of my mind. (Get it?) I finally bought the domain on February 19, 2018 shortly after confessing to Lysianthus that I’ve been wanting to make a networking site for a while because of Asclaria. Though, this wasn't fully developed until May 2020.
The characters featured on the layout are Atrix and Lunarix from my story, Veiled. Atrix is unable to fly by herself due to the size of her wings so Lunarix would help her up and go on a nightly flight with her. The two of them are childhood friends and inspire each other to their best in their jobs as angels. I wanted to give it a feeling of lift-off thus I made their illustration upside-down.
I go by Tris, Trissia or Sitraxis. I'm a freelance UI Designer for visual novels and RPGs on most days and create merchandise on the side. Somewhere in there is a procrastinating artist and a professional punner.* My schedule is as busy as the scatterbrained person that I am.
Websites have been my first love and my interest in it has delved me into branching out my skills to programming and graphic design. I wouldn't be where I am without my passionate affinity for it.
*Because Tajina told me to put this.
The key visual was illustrated using Clip Studio Paint and the iPad Pro. Graphics and layout assets have been created and assembled using Photoshop CC. Outgoing link banners have been made with the web assets of the websites they belong to. No copyright infringement was intended.
Hope you enjoyed your stay! Feel free to link back to the axis using the banners below. I'm not overly attached to this art piece of mine. Nope.
Here you can find the websites I visit for inspiration and admire for their work. You may find several sites run by the same people but that's how biased, oh wait, I mean- fond I am of them. Please do give them a visit!