1: Hello who are you and what are you known for? I’m Alex Cho, Senior Video Editor over at Electronic Arts and Bioware. I’ve been involved in producing videos for various projects including Star Wars: The Old Republic (and its expansions), Mass Effect: Andromeda, Battlefront 2, and am now currently working on Anthem. 2: How did you get your break into games? I actually started … Continue reading Promoting the games: The Teaser Video.
1: Hello who are you and what are you known for? Hello, my name is Jenny Brewer and I am a senior User Interface Artist in the games industry. I started my career at Lionhead Studios in Guildford, Surrey where I worked worked on a range of titles from the Fable series including Fable The Journey, Fable Anniversary, Fable Legends and Fable Fortune. After … Continue reading The work of a UI Artist… much more than menus and buttons…
1: Hello who are you and what are you known for? My name is Jussi Kemppainen and I am probably best known for my TD work on the Angry Birds Toons TV show and othe [sic] Angry Birds related productions. In Finland I am known from my music video / VFX / motion graphics work. I also worked on much of the cutscene vfx … Continue reading Moomins, Angry Birds…It’s got to be, Finland and VFX’s!
1: Hello who are you and what are you known for? S’up fools? I’m Tyler Helton, and I am the Lead Animator on Minecraft Storymode Season 2 at Telltale Games. 2: How did you get your break into games? My first break into video games was when I was hired as a Junior Animator at Telltale Games in 2013. Prior to this, I had done … Continue reading Sneak peek into an animators job
1: Hello who are you and what are you known for? Hi! I’m Jona, technical artist at KJ Interactive with a shader and automation focus; from (literally translated) the frozen village of “Seabass Swamp” in the north of Sweden. By now, at least on the internet, I’m probably better known as the guy making that weird ugly naked babies game Eco Tales : … Continue reading Being a Tech Artist in Sweden
1: Hello, who are you and what are you known for? My name is Leonardo; I’m originally from Italy from a city near Venice, I’m currently living in the UK in Newcastle. During the day I’m an Environment Artist at Ubisoft Reflections working on the franchise of The Division. During the night I’m Batman haha joking aside during my spare time I’m working as … Continue reading Meet Leonardo Iezzi, Environment Artist at Reflections!
1: OK who are you and what are you known for? My name is Kevin Manning and I have had the pleasure of being involved with some amazing projects over the last 16 years. Currently the Lead Artist on System Shock my past game credits include Lead character artist on Fallout : New Vegas, Character art on Alpha protocol, Red Faction Guerrilla, and Dungeon Siege 3; Cinematic … Continue reading 16 Year Vet, Lead Artist on System Shock, Kevin Manning!
Frank Diaz, has been in the industry for over 10 years, working as a level designer and most recently as a UI artist for Bioshock: The Collection. 1: Hello who are you and what are you known for? Hi! My name is Frank Diaz. Im not really “known” for anything. You might have unknowingly seen some of my work most recently in Bioshock: The Collection … Continue reading Frank Diaz, Level Designer and UI Artist
Who are you and what are you known for? Hello! My name is Javier Benitez, I am a 3D artist based in Madrid, Spain, and I love creating vehicles and props for games. I have worked in games such as Homefront: The Revolution and Sony’s VR world’s, among others while working in an outsourcing company called Elite3D. I have also worked as a vehicle artist … Continue reading Q&A with Jav: 3D Artist
A quickfire 10 questions with Richard Brown. Richard is a Boston-based freelance artist and also our Community Manager so it was pretty easy to get 10 minutes of his time to ask a few questions. Richard has worked on an extensive game catalogue from the SimCity to Wardog! 1: How long have you been a game dev and how has the landscape towards diversity changed … Continue reading Q&A With Freelance Artist: Richard Brown