Interested in game art? Come join us for a complimentary, hands on Character Design Workshop!
There are no limits to worlds you can create as a Game Artist. The magic happens when your ideas are brought to life in a collaborative environment, turning them into immersive experiences to share with people in an industry that is bigger than the music and movie industry put together. If you dream of making beautiful environments and characters for interactive stories, why wait?
About the Workshop
Students will learn the tools and techniques of industry professional concept artists. This course will instruct students on elements of graphic design, composition, color theory and shape psychology. Utilizing these elements the students will have a foundation for developing character designs that have a story and history.
About the Speaker: Mike Porter, MFA
Mike Porter is the Program Leader of Bachelor of Creative Technologies at Media Design School in New Zealand. Over the last 20 years, he has worked in several different companies both in Texas and in Seattle, including work for Sierra and Microsoft Games Studios. He has created 3D artwork, level design on various games, for various platforms including Dreamcast, PS2, PC and Xbox 360. His roles included Art Lead, Environment Art Lead, Vehicle Art Lead and Level Design Lead. Mike was even lucky enough to work with the great people at Bungie for a short period to help ship Halo 3. He earned his Master of Fine Arts from Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design.
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