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artist open to collaborations

09 June 2013 - 01:48 PM

Hi everyone


I´m an art student that wants to work for the videogame industry someday, but for now I´m just study by my own and make commissions time to time so it´s kind of boring sometimes that´s why I would like to collaborate in some videogame project.

I don´t ask for money, I just do this for the experience and get into something interesting.


I have experience in characters and props (weapons and stuff like that) not so much in environments but I would love to start to do them so no problem if you need some.

Here is a link to my portfolio http://digestedworlds.carbonmade.com/


And deviant art where you can find old stuff too. http://wolfnoom.deviantart.com/


If anyone is interested, please talk a bit about the project and who you are.


The path I choose to break in.

24 May 2012 - 09:54 AM


I´m trying to break into the industry as a videogame designer.

But I found that the role of a videogame designer is very versatile, I found very different kind of designers that are also level designers, programmers, animators, concept artists etc. From my point of view companies need to finish videogames and in order to do that they need people with specific skills to execute ideas, not someone who is aiming for that abstract role of videogame designer.

So in order to put my feet on the door and live from videogames I am thinking on doing level design, the finished work would be a video showing the level. But at the same time I wanted to do something fun, with a story and a simple gameplay like a puzzle inside the level, so the ultimate goal is an interesting video to watch showing my capacities as a level designer and game designer.

The why of this post: is this a good way to archive my goal? How and what companies valorize when choosing a good game design?

I would like to know what you guys think, also I would appreciate (if someone want to say) how you prepared yourself to get the designer job, it would be interesting hear different stories and methods.
Thank you.