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HuntFreak Returns!I know I've already posted about this, so please forgive the spam, but I'm back with another new project. Well, not strictly a new project; long-time visitors of this account will remember that a while back, I opened up a YouTube account called HuntFreak! - but removed it shortly after, because I was doing other things. Well, I'm back in the saddle now, coming at ya like Cleopatra with the new and improved HuntFreak! 3.0! It's a channel that aims to feature all that's hot in the world of the 'monster hunting' game genre; hunt videos, product reviews, editorial/commentary/analysis, and all the jazz from games like Monster Hunter, Toukiden, and Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. If it involves hunting colossal creatures, I'm totally there; I'm seriously nerdy, and have a lot of time on my hands, so you can expect quite a few updates.
I know there's not a lot of content on there at the moment, but there will be (did I mention that I have a lot<
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Welcome to Videogames Meet Art!
Let me introduce myself first:
I'm Demented and I've been working on the industry since late 90s. The first 11 years on Ubisoft (this is not a secret... it's on my resume ) and now I'm driving my own independent game studio CoderChild.
Stop! Enough personal introduction.
Do you know videogames can be art too? Probably yes.
This doesn't mean all videogames are art, although they are composed of many artistic features.
Games like Heavy Rain, Aquaria and Gish can be considered by themselves as masterpieces. Every one tries to push the videogame standards one step further, and in their case, they achieve it through the artisic field.
I would like to create a mean to promote these projects as art, specially the ones coming from the independent game scene.
In the other hand, this group has been created to meet videogame developer enthusiasts from both the professional and amateur worlds in one single place. I wish this group become a platform to introduce people into the professional videogame world. In the other hand, it should be good if professionals can share their works here to let us know how they're done! Obviously, this is not always possible due to company or studio agreements, but hey!, I've seen some people showing professional artwork in their portfolios, so why not to put it here also?!?
As dA is promoting art we can also promote it in the videogame form! There are lots of fields in videogame industry which expose artistic features, from just sketches, concept arts, to visual fx, models, levels ... If you're doing something related to videogames chances that you can share it here are high!
We want to promote your proyect, so feel free to write a description of something you want to talk about the project you've already finished, and we will post it here!
Submissions or what those galleries are waiting for:
-Finished works: Anything that appears in YOUR finished videogame with the final quality. Characters, Levels, Ingame Action... as long as they can be presented in an appealing manner, they will be welcomed!
-Fan art: Everyone love fan arts! Specially if they're related to videogames : )
-Concept arts: of Characters, Levels, Cinematics... Show us what your videogame will look like!
-Works In progress: You can show here the progress of your work and see it's evolution in time.
-Modding or Customizations: Of elements of already existant videogames, for instance a new model for this game, my own level of this other ...
-Misc: From tutorials to logos, User Interfaces, Visual FX.
Please take into account when submiting that sometimes it's difficult to realize something is related to a videogame (for instance a concept art) so ensure there is something in the artwork that will clarify this. For instance, you can write this into the description of the deviation, or add a comment into the deviation submission....
If there is no clue about if something is related to the purpose of the group it will be unfortunately rejected.
You can submit up to 3 works per week.
ĦĦĦImportant!!!: We only accept art from our members! and we only feature art from our members!
What can be shown here:
- Anything that complies with dA policies.
- Please don't post anything that doesn't belong to you.
- Mature content. NOP! Keep it reading please : )
The idea is that yes, if they're based on videogame you can, but until I don't find a proper way to manage it, it's safer to say no. I wanted to make a 18+ subfolder in every folder, but as this is probably reserved only for premium members or supergroups, I perfer to stay this way.
- Please be respectful with everyone, as you'll want everyone being respectful with you... Failing to do so, will end banning you from the group.