Hey guys (all… two of you). Guess what? In addition to 2D art I also love to work with clay. Something about working on a potter’s wheel is just really relaxing and fun to me. So I decided to upload some photos of the work I did at the State College of Florida. I took some classes there because their per-credit-hour cost was much lower than that of Ringling and the credits went to my degree anyway! These pieces were all made […]
A while ago I worked on a little video game project with a friend (the same friend that invited me to his team for the Global Game Jam). We called it Project Jupiter (but it didn’t have anything to do with space). It was never finished, but I did do some nifty art assets for it. It was supposed to be a 2D isometric game, so here are some ground tiles I created. More from Project Jupiter later.
So I made these. Aren’t they cute? They are modeled after real people. The one with the beard is my boyfriend. I like beards. Both of the females are actually me. The one on the far right is an older version. The other one is a more recent reflection of myself.
Since Aurica was originally conceived as a Dungeons and Dragons campaign, I created these maps. What D&D campaign is complete without maps? They include names of cities, rivers, and other natural features. The first is a map of the capital city Aures, the second of the coastal area around Aures, and the third of the entirety of Aurica’s lands.
So. My friend Jason who works in San Francisco as a game programmer is once again entering this year’s Global Game Jam, a 48 hour competition that involves making a video game from scratch. I worked briefly with him as an artist for one of his personal projects a while back, and last year he wanted me on his team for the Game Jam, but I was not able to attend. This year, however, I will be attending as his primary game […]