Hi! I'm barrels :)
I'm an amateur pixel artist looking for a team
Hi! I need some help. I figured I'll just study on my own instead of taking a degree for game art but I need some help from you guys. I'm trying to make my own informal "game art curriculum" which I can follow for a certain amount of time.
Basically what I need help with is constructing the "curriculum". I already put down the topics I would like to study about but I need the areas I need to study about to be more specific. Also it would help me if you guys can provide resources for the topics involved in the curriculum.
I would love to share this to other prospective game artists as well.
If you do comment on the document please include your reddit username so I can credit you properly! :D
You can check out the document here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RVgJql8hl2EZVa8c4wB-Lgflfm2DvuJp3nwvEobD-Vc/edit?usp=sharing
I've also put "projects" for each topic so that there would be outputs after the study. I also think that this would help with creating portfolios and such.
"Sapphic Sapphire Dreams. A novel by Ruby."
Was that a Steven Universe reference just now? Hahahaha
I love your NPCs by the way!
This was such a nice little game. I love how you interpreted the theme. I'm looking forward for more games from you :D
Hi everyone! I'm an amateur pixel artist looking to work on a short-term project. I would like to be part of a team making a cute pixel game. It could be a top-down adventure, platformer, visual novel, or a simulation game as long as it's cute and makes use of pixel art.
Here's my portfolio if you want to see what I'm capable of: https://artsybarrels.wixsite.com/barrels
This will be a hobby project. I am willing to spend 5-10 hours a week on this.
Once the team is complete we can think of what kind of cute pixel game we could make.
Currently looking for:
Thank you so much for playing the game and for your nice comments. I'm glad you got something out of it. I really hope that this game would help other people to know that they're not alone and that there's hope for them.