“Since then, I’ve worked with different programing and stuff like that… and also RPG maker… which is not the same as programming, don’t get confused with my statement there. If you can use RPG Maker that does not mean you’re going to become a game designer.
Sorry if I just crashed some people’s dreams. It’s something that SCAD constantly makes fun of. Whenever you get into some of the game design classes they’re like, ‘Has anyone worked in any game design programs or have the languages?’ and half the class is like ‘YEAH I MADE ME SOME RPG MAKER GAMES’ and all the professors are like ‘You should go home.’ And then there’s like one guy who’s like ‘I’ve used C plus… or C plus plus or C sharp’ and they’re like ‘Okay. You can stay.’”—
Me before I've started Drawing Something:Yes, I do believe I've improved at art and have developed my own style. Though I recognize that I still have a long way to go I feel confident in my artistic abilities. I am able to produce something I am truly proud of.
Me While Drawing:Oh... this isn't turning out exactly as I planned.
Me After Drawing:What the fuck is this. Piss on me. Fucking piss on me. But do it in the arctic so the piss freezes in mid air while you are pissing off a building so the piss turns to spears impale me with frozen urine and then shit on my butt corpse im a fat gay and i want to go to ice hell ftw
Have you ever heard about the word “style”? Honestly, while I do agree that artists like Liefield are complete hacks, drawing bodies in “unrealistic ways” isn’t wrong by default. Or are you just going to completely dismiss…
Today I went on reddit and saw a top post on /r/videos about an animation of a plane dogfight
I didnt even have to click to know what it was, I had already seen it last quarter when I went to the Animation Show of Shows.
"All screenings are restricted to employees only for the companies listed below, unless otherwise indicated. * All screenings marked with an “*” are open to animation professionals, students and fans on a first come first served basis. All other screenings are closed to the public”