Hey dA, it's been a while.
I've basically had an art block for the past two or so years, so I've been trying to do a little bit of something creative every day to get my creative juices flowing in time for me to graduate next May. So far, it's been working! Feel free to give me a holler and hold me to it if I lag behind.
How are you guys doing? I want to hear from you!
Also, if you like games and fantasy, I highly recommend "The Begun of Tigtone".
Hey guys, what's going on? It's been a while, I hope you all have been well. Hello to new followers too! I've tried to reach out and write on your walls as I get notifications, but admittedly I haven't checked dA a whole lot in the past year. (Tell me how you've been in the comments!)
Game lab went alright, I can now say I've directed a game! You can see how that went here: http://fjoriousgame.com/ , which is a lovely website made by Kelly Padgett, Fjorious' fabulous producer.
I've been crazy busy with school and graphic design work (I got a job last year!), so I haven't had a lot of time to do extra draws. Some of my doodles can be seen at
Hay guise c:
I forgot to mention it, but you all might be seeing another heaping helping of concept art over this summer.... since I'll be directing a Game Lab game next fall! It's called "The Fast and the Fjorious", and it's about cartoon vikings sprinting through a fjord/forest to reach Thor's hammer, which has fallen from the sky. You can see some initial concepts (from the pitch) here! http://cherryricesammich.tumblr.com/post/45973618391/im-pitching-a-game-for-next-semesters-game-lab
I'm so excited, I get to find out the full FnF team this Friday.... and the other four games selected are pretty swell as well! (Congrats to "Castor and Po
I'm..a..uh. Strange case? I sort of have my goal set more towards graphic art and illustration, including concept art-type things. So I guess closer to games, ha. Thinking of minoring in visual arts, since my original plan to minor in CS would add another century of tuition to pay.
And thank you~ It really is sort of a confusing program, since you have to pick your own path and all. So I'm doing most of my studying/practice outside of school and using my classes as an aid. I can't stop drawing kawaii-uguu-moe doodles, while I want to get more into landscape drawing. The struggle.