Tagged: Game Art

Rounded

By: | Nov 16, 2015

I’m approaching my final semester here and as always I’m attempting to be the best designer I can possibly be.  I’ve actually gone through most of the design courses at this point, and I can program at least well enough to prototype.  But I feel if there’s any area I’m lacking in at the moment… Read more »

Is CG what make a movie?

By: | Aug 4, 2015

Hey everyone! I was checking out some of my favorite YouTube channels and ran into this video from Freddie Wong and the rest of the team at Rocket Jump called “Why CG Sucks (Except It Doesn’t)”. Check it out: “CG Sucks” I hear this complaint a lot, not just for video in the form of… Read more »

Ponderings – Passion in the Game Industry

By: | Jun 24, 2015

Passionate People It may be kind of a silly thing to say, but most of the people who want to work in the entertainment industry are those who want to create content that they love to make. Why bother creating something that you hate, right? Artists are always inspired to make someone feel a certain… Read more »

Awesome Art Tools – Inspiration & Sharing

By: | Jun 15, 2015

Inspiration is one of those tricky… tricky things, and sharing artwork is even more so at times. So before I step into sharing a few of my favorite websites, let’s get into the right mindset! Remember that with any skill-based career or hobby, there are people who are better at what they do than you…. Read more »

Awesome Art Tools – Digital Painting

By: | Jun 10, 2015

Digital Painting is probably the first thing that comes to mind when you tell someone you’re doing a degree in Game Art & Animation, and there’s a good reason for that. Concept Art is a foundational part of the industry, but keep in mind that Game Art has a lot more than just putting pencil… Read more »