Do you love to play games? Do you wish that you could spend every day thinking about, talking about and working on games? Guess what? You can! The video game industry is thriving, and if you’re ready to learn fast and work hard, you could be a part of that world. Making a
Maybe you want to make good money in a creative field, or maybe you want to make a job out of your favourite pass time. Whatever the reason may be, you’re considering a job in the video game industry. Whether you want to work on the next AAA title, or become the next
Say you own a house, and you finally have the money to renovate. You have big dreams for the final product, but before you get there, you need to get it built. You could go the DIY route, buy all the books, watch all the youtube videos, and take all the trips to
Introduction Do you have a passion for gaming? Have you stayed up long nights navigating dungeons and shooting zombies only to think; what if I could do this forever? Maybe you, like many others before you, have considered turning your passion into a real-life, money-in-your-pocket job. Well, hold your horses there, John Marston. Making
Life isn’t easy for independent game studios. The competition is tough, the work is tougher and the budgets are tighter than Spiderman’s spandex. Even if you do manage to get your game ready to ship, there won’t be much money left over for essential stuff like ‘marketing’ and ‘publicity’. The options are simple;
For the longest time I have seen motion capture as only attainable by large budget productions with $100 million dollar budgets. Motion capture is now almost ubiquitous in game development, with nearly every big-budget 3D action title making use of real actors.