Dev Blog #2 | Making Level Art

Greetings Reader, Well, I managed to finish my second planned game development ‘Sprint’ – a two week run creating video game art for my project. It’s my second block of work adhering to Scrum principles. I wasn’t sure if ‘Scrum for One’ would work – but so far it seems to be helping me stay productive. The daily meetings with myself are a bit awkward though 🙂 I felt motivated right the way through the Sprint and – unusually – didn’t get distracted by ‘The Worlds Biggest Explosion’ videos on... Read The Rest →

Unity5 Upgrade: One step forward, twenty steps back…

Back to Unity5! Well, it’s been a few months since I did any development work. I had to get out there and earn some cash to fund my game development work. I was contracted to create the artwork for a match-3 video game (“Dr Popper”). I did some data management for a large corporation. And, as a bit of a change, did some commercial gardening! Which certainly beat sitting behind a desk for 8 hours. Back when I made my last Unity related post, I had decided to migrate my... Read The Rest →

Reskinning A Game

Flaming June ..and it’s flaming cold, again. Don’t you just love the weather in the UK! 🙂 I haven’t had chance to update my blog lately – things have been a bit chaotic for me both at home and at work. I’ve had to put my Unity 3D Pool game on hold in order to raise some much needed funds. For the first time in 23 years I’ve been doing proper job – one that (sadly) doesn’t involve the creation of spaceships. I’ve been working for a company called Pearson... Read The Rest →

 
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