rockbuilder

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  1. Hello you all First, sorry for my bad english, it's not my mother tongue. So I'm a 35 years OLD guy, been doing Flash (as3) dev for most of the past 10 years, with some PHP, JavaScript, HTML, XSLT, etc... I'm self-taught developer - I studied fine arts and done some website/print art direction too - and since Flash is sort of dying slowly, ans since I always wanted to do games anyway (but never took time to really think about it) now I think is the right time, though I'm a bit old and it's a bit scary. The learning curve to become a real game dev seems really steep. I don't know where to start. I've just started learning Unity and C#. It is quite easy and fun, though I would really like to start working right now! I can't stand doing another "personal projects" for the sake of learning. I've done this quite enough in my young days, learning Flash at home etc. I would love to work with a team on some real project, and learning while doing it. I just don't know what I should do exactly. The thing is I'd also like to work on the art side of a game, I have a lot of ideas, I know a couple of things about style and stuff... I'm a very creative person and I'm not sure I should concentrate on coding, though this is what I do for a living since 10+ years. Anyway. Any sort of idea or suggestion is welcome, I just need some fresh air and a few tips. Thanks rb