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I had some complaints of ye olde journal entry, so I figured I aught to update! I've been working at Amaze Entertainment, aka Griptonite Games for over a year now, and have pretty much been working on the same game the whole time. Lol, yes, that's unheard of. You should see it on tv and in the stores in September, hopefully. As soon as I'm allowed to, I'll let ya know what it's called. I'm doing well at my job, so that's great. I've been doing some sketching, and hopefully at some point I'll scan it in and post it. I hope to get time to render actual finished art soon!
Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir now available!
Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir DS, the first published game I've ever gotten to work on, was released on September 8th! I worked with two other full time artists, two part time artists, and an amazing art lead (Mark Ferrari) to create backgrounds for this game. Later on in the project I took over as a defacto art lead of sorts, and ended up creating a good amount of the art. I did the lighting and final touches to every background (except for the several that Big Fish's artists made), and ended up creating the art for the dossier and mini games as well. Almost every background was a collaborative effort which ended in me applying final touch
Got the job!
I'm finally in the industry! W00t. So. Yay! I'm going to be doing some art for levels in an upcoming DS game. I can't wait to start!
In the Industry
I'm finally applying for jobs in the games industry. It had to happen eventually. Not that I'm not terribly excited, I just can't stand the interview process. Wish me luck!
Senior Project presentations are April 8th, and Graduation is April 15th. One day you're a college student, the next day you're unemployed. SCARY! But also really exciting, because I think I have the right stuff to get a job in my field of choice: the gaming industry. I've finished a few peices, but I don't have time to upload them, though I did upload a WIP, as you can see. Finished the model I've been working on, well, mostly. He looks finished, but I wish I had more time to spend on him. Not that I'm not proud of how it turned out and all... well... you'll see when I finally get it up here. Also, my porfolio site is www.mydigitalart.com,