Portable City

Game Art Graduating Class Pep Talk

Here’s a short presentation I did for a graduating class of videogame artists about the first few years out of school, and how to keep working towards what you want to be doing, and Toronto-specific opportunities. It’s definitely general but it might be a nice pep talk if you’re looking to get your head around the job market, especially the freelance job market.

Tip: read the speaker notes - that’s where all the good stuff is!

Click here to read a Storify of my livetweeted adventure last year in the local dollar store, grabbing supplies to craft together my standard convention table setup. I forgot entirely to share it here but it’s almost that time again, with Canzine a little over a month away!

Here was the final table, at Bit Bazaar last December: 

This is a pinup I did for matt-illustrations's barbarianlord comic! I love the shit out of that comic and if you’re into viking lore, Saturday morning fantasy adventures, talking animals and violence, you will find a warm home in the pages of his comics. Keep an eye out for this illustration in his next issue!

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A tiny colour test of a tiny sketch test of a tiny idea of tiny views into worlds full of monsters.

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A tiny colour test of a tiny sketch test of a tiny idea of tiny views into worlds full of monsters.

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