The Covid19 pandemic brought unprecedented change across the globe just as our final year students were preparing for their graduate showcase – our student teams moved to remote working and responded innovatively, producing an interactive virtual space, by digitally replicating their original designs for a real-world exhibition.
The student's breadth of skills and expertise, evidenced in a broad range of design work from concept art through to fully realised platform and first-person shooter games, demonstrates their readiness to join the games design industry.
All of the individual games can be downloaded and played here
— UoC Game Design Exhibition (@UoCGameDesign) May 4, 2020
So finally the texturing process is finished. Yes, I know the textures look a bit crude as I used paint to make them □, but over the next few weeks, I'll be getting to know Substance Painter to make the whole flat look more realistic. pic.twitter.com/hevh8wdI5e
I draw a lot and like cats! Areas I specialise towards are 2D design in adaptable styles, texturing and narrative. Currently, I am focusing on creating an art book with environments and characters to a narrative.