This is also an early assignment during my time at Luleå University of Technology and gscept. A combination of platform puzzle and top-down shooter.
We were made up of a team of two artists and two developers, and I contributed with both environment textures, character animations and visual effects, as well as alien ship design, together with Mariusz Waclawek who created the interactable assets and background tiles.
As a game engine, Scirra Construct was used.
The project time was roughly 8 weeks, though developed simultaneously with other assignments.
The game is available for download: http://cyriuz.net/~trinex/
(However, the high-score function is currently offline)
It’s very hard, just like the games of old, so don’t blame me if your keyboard suddenly brakes for reasons unknown.
Gscept offers education in visual effects, game design, prop and set design. One of its courses is a hands on experience in game creation, where CG-artists and developers team up for 6 weeks in order to create a fully functional game to compete with in the Swedish Game Awards.
This is our result: Lunarena. An arena based third person shooter in the Edwardian era, taking place inside the moon. The game art was inspired by Georges Mèliés A Trip To The Moon, with a bit of steam punk twist added to it.
We consisted of a team of 26 cg-artists and developers, using SCRUM as a method of development. My contribution was both as a concept artist for the player characters, 3D-modeler (creating A LOT of rocks and retopologizing hi-poly game assets), texture artists (both organic and metal) and animator (alienesque plants and player characters). I also did the music for the trailer.
We used Nebula3 as game engine, where developers had the opportunity to create proprietary tools and custom physics.
Even though we were not nominated in the end, it was a great learning experience, coordinating a big team, learning to focus on what is important at each stage in a production, and learning the hard way what happens when you get too over-ambitious (ie. not getting nominated).
The game is no longer available for download, but the trailer is still available on youtube. It was made by a small team of CG-artist (including me), using the game assets.
A school project made by me and Andreas Rånman, where the assignment was to visualize the word Surprise in an animation. Did we succeed? 🙂
The Childroom is one of the typical assignments that gscept are known for. It’s intended to sum up all the typical basic functions in 3D-animation. This is my childroom, which takes place in a fictive diesel-punk environment.