Have you considered doing design for a computer game? I would def love it. The color composition takes me back to those "open world" games in the late 90s, like Little Big Adventure 2 (one of the best gaming experiences of my life).I can't seem to find my old thread, so I'm starting a new one.
I figured that I've spent way too long away from my hobbies, and it's high time to kick things off again.
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Have you considered doing design for a computer game? I would def love it. The color composition takes me back to those "open world" games in the late 90s, like Little Big Adventure 2 (one of the best gaming experiences of my life).
Spooky, I think that gas station is in Silent Hill ...
Edward Hopper... or maybe John Gorka's The Flying Red Horse
On the other hand @Renzatic it ain't right if it don't have a can of turnip greens stashed on a shelf somewhere. What happened to that thread... or was that over at the other place.
YOU MAY FIND YOURSELF SUBTLY SURPRISED!
I already ate the turnip greens?!! I don't even remember opening the can!
Would you be interested in making little models and textures for a game?
Now this filter looks like Borderlands.You're like the 50th person I've seen gush on about Little Big Adventure. I need to get around to playing those games one of these days.
I've thought about maybe making a game, but I'm really more interested in telling a story than I am doing something interactive. It's already taking me awhile just to bang out a bunch of props and scenes, so adding coding, scripting, and all that good stuff into the mix would end up taking that much more time.
But on the plus side, I figured out how to make things more comic book-y. I lose out on some atmosphere (literally), but I get some nice lines in the trade-off.
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Now this filter looks like Borderlands.
LBA2 is great BTW, I fondly remember listening to Hello Nasty from the Beastie Boys on a cassette using a WalkMan and playing LBA2 forgetting about everything else. It was ~22 years ago There's a remaster now so you can always try it. AFAIR there's a nice PG13 story included.
Haha. Yeah, listening back to Electronica from the 90s...it wasn't very future proof for sure...with a few exceptions. Red Alert was the shit!...a little bit. But hey, Borderlands looks like most comics, so yeah.
I remember those days. That was when I was playing Blood and Command 'n Conquer Red Alert nonstop, jamming out to Chemical Bros. Man, the 90's were so awesome, yet so damn cheesy.
Haha. Yeah, listening back to Electronica from the 90s...it wasn't very future proof for sure...with a few exceptions. Red Alert was the shit!
Oh, I guess I didn't totally explain, the player characters are actually using VR systems, so they see the scene from 1st person, and have full 3D hand controls (developed using HTC Vive), and this is from the director or "audience" view where they see it from 3rd person, and can move around the scene using the controls on a KB or control stick.
Looks pretty cool. Do you just watch the scenes play out in VR, or can you directly interact with it?