I'm still waiting to start working on the project I've been signed for. The bigger the project, the harder to release its budget, it seems. While I'm upset about the wait, I also learned something important; even though you are getting payed work, don't stop there - look for more projects, always!
My current projects are:
- AAA title, budget on hold
- MMO fairly known Korean/Japanese MMO, which needs more assets and new worlds; anime style
- Mech Override - A.D. 2078, my pet project for many years is about to see a trailer this year
I'm learning, always learning (concept art, modeling, sculpting...), but it's hard when things aren't moving forward. Sorry doesn't seem to be the hardest word, money does. I wonder, why companies keep losing money while deciding if they should really do a project, if most projects could build a workng prototype with a fraction of the time and money the discussions take. It's annoying and non-sensual to produce games like this.