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Image Uploads

Please make sure to put the game name in each image upload (for example, "Unreachable.png" should be named "Pajama-Sam-1-Unreachable-Switch.png"), and tag your images in the description during upload (for Pajama Sam 1 concept art/storyboards, those would be {{prerelease-image|Pajama Sam in "No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside"}}. Check out the image guidelines for more info. You also don't need to manually resize images before uploading them. Upload the original file you have on hand, and then resize them in the article by defining the size in width (for example, [[File:Pajama-Sam-1-Unreachable-Switch.png|320px]] will display the image with a width of 320 pixels). -Ehm (talk) 13:27, 6 October 2016 (EDT)

Prerelease Images

Hi, Tom! I just saw that you were a storyboard artist for Pajama Sam 1. It should be noted that if the storyboards don't exist in the game's data, they are typically moved over to the prerelease page. Needless to say, thank you for contributing and sharing some interesting insights. We hope to hear more development stories from you in the future. --From: divingkataetheweirdo (talk) 17:00, 6 October 2016 (EDT)


Hey there! I'm the one who wrote the Pajama Sam page (mostly), as well as quite a few other pages on Humongous Entertainment games. I recognized your name and just thought I'd say hi, and thanks for uploading the neat storyboards and concept art – it's really interesting to see how the initial ideas evolved as development progressed! I spent quite a bit of time playing Humongous' games when I was a kid, and taking them apart to find unused material when I was older helped nudge me into computer programming, so thank you for all your work on them. It's wound up influencing my life more than I'd ever have expected.

If you're planning on uploading more art, don't get too bogged down in all the details of categorization and such – if it's something that really matters, someone will probably fix it. The main point is to put anything that isn't directly from the game disc on the Prerelease page (though unfortunately, most HE games don't have one of those yet). Supper (talk) 00:25, 7 October 2016 (EDT)