Tutorials
  • Game Development
    Interactive Fiction: Text AdventuresInteractive fiction 400px
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    Interactive fiction, also known as the text adventure game genre, has seen a major revival in the last few years. Between nostalgia for the past reborn on mobile systems and tools like Twine and Inform putting game development in the hands of anyone with a web browser, the time has never been better to find, play, or even develop an interactive fiction game.Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Texturing a Human Face - Part 2: Painting the TextureThumbnail2
    In this 2 hour, multi-part video tutorial, you will follow professional Game artist and teacher, Dan Cox, as he gives insight into his own thought process and workflow of how to go about unwrapping and texturing an existing human face. The techniques and theories that Dan teaches can be used in either video game or film work. Read More…
  • 3D & Motion Graphics
    Texturing a Human Face - Part 1: The UVW UnwrapThumbnail
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    In this 2 hour, multi-part video tutorial, you will follow professional Game artist and teacher, Dan Cox, as he gives insight into his own thought process and workflow of how to go about unwrapping and texturing an existing human face. The techniques and theories that Dan teaches can be used in either video game or film work. Read More…