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Game Art Methods Project & Postmortem

Game Art Methods Project & Postmortem

This is the project for one of my first courses in the SCAD graduate program in Interactive Design & Game Development. It has given me an introduction to the tools and methodology for developing a mood board for an environment, its game assets and production pipeline. Without a doubt, this has been one of the greatest experiences I have ever had, and it’s given me the incentive to continue learning and creating. Click on the links below to check out the artwork and video on ArtStation, along with a postmortem that documents and analyzes the entire process. Links: Project Artwork

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Affinity Photo & Designer

Affinity Photo & Designer

Affinity Photo & Designer have emerged to become competitors to the long-time reigning Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator. When it was first suggested that I try it out, my thought was that there’s no way these could be comparable to Photoshop and Illustrator, tools that are priced significantly higher. I’ve used Photoshop and Illustrator ever since high school for editing and development of graphics; I even taught them at Tulane University as part of the Media Arts program, so they have been my premier tools for photo and vector graphics. But I had to see what the hype about Affinity was

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