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can't create the art for my game. (Forums : 2D Graphics : can't create the art for my game.) Locked
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Jun 19 2012, 6:26am Anchor

Hey there.
I working on a 2d stroller game and i have set all done with the logic.
i have create a 2d game engine for my game and every thing work fine until the art park is coming.
i just can't draw any kind of character.
its always looking so ugly and it just frustrating me really bad.
and i have a great tools.
i have good software and Wacom's tablet but it isn't make me to batter artist.
i tried to learn how to draw and it works well when its not about human or
characters.

can you give me some tips how to improve my skills with charactes and animations ?

btw i don't like to work with other members, i want to be artist by my self.

Jun 19 2012, 7:30am Anchor

You could examine the art design of other games, see if you can work backwards to see how they achieved what they did.

Jun 19 2012, 7:45am Anchor

I definitely agree with 8472 here. You can also search around on Google for tutorials (Here's an example, especially Chapter 7).

Jun 21 2012, 1:32am Anchor

Id suggest you look for how to draw tutorials ... its surprisingly easy to find drawing tutorials beginers ones are best for me.

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Jun 22 2012, 7:31pm Anchor

why not work in a team, develop soft skills, you cannot do everything by yourself, i used to have this type of mentality but it doesnt get you far

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Jul 10 2012, 3:58am Anchor
atsebak wrote:why not work in a team, develop soft skills, you cannot do everything by yourself, i used to have this type of mentality but it doesnt get you far

+1

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