If you are in Hamburg right now, our game is on display at the Alsterdamm art school at the second floor of the big bunker, Feldstraße 66, Hamburg, Germany! You can play it there in German, along with games made by our fellow students and other independent game developers. :-) There’s some interesting and fun games and other (interactive) exhibition pieces there, so don’t miss it!
The PLAY14 festival is until Saturday, so just two days left!
bickpen hat dich in einem Video erwähnt “I’m honored to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and hereby challenge…”
…hereby challenge cyborgnecromancer and antihelios ! For more info…
Kudos to you for doing the challenge! I’d just like to say I’ve seen your video a few days after you posted it, but I will not douse myself in ice water since my health has not been the greatest for the past 2+ weeks which turned into a full-blown cold yesterday. :-/ I’ll look into donating, however.
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Are you guys gonna be there?
I hope so! I have no clue where in the city it will be but if we can we will definitely go there to see how people like our game and to check out the rest of the festival.
In diesem Bereich dreht sich alles um Independent Games: Abschlussarbeiten, Studienprojekte, aber auch etablierte Spieleentwicklerinnen und -entwickler, die
Our game Signalis will be on display at the PLAY14 festival in Hamburg, 16-20 September! I have no idea where exactly, though. I’ll post an update when I know more. We’ve translated the game into German just for that. Some games from our classmates will be shown too!
I’ve been incredibly lazy and unmotivated these vacations, my first real vacations this year, so I’ve done almost nothing but surfing the internet, playing games and a little bike riding on occasion.
However, since I took a train through the whole country last week, with tiny houses and villages and cities racing by, I had the wish to draw cute little houses. But being the lazy vegetable I am, and also feeling like I have a slight cold, I did nothing until this weekend. But now I’m finally, pointlessly, painting dainty homes! :-)
I think talking with friends about self-expectations and fun with drawing and uni and all that has helped me to get out of my slump.
euclase2 said: Women artists are hard to find because we are mysterious jungle beasts ahahaha.
What are women? We just don’t know.
Head studies from last semester.
Studies from life from last semester, done on large paper, so these are photos, not scans.
More sketchbook studies from last semester.
Studies from 2-3 weeks ago. Sorry that I have nothing exciting to show, I’ve been very lazy since the vacations started.
What I learned from drawing class (from what I’ve seen from the others) is that I need to add more black/colored areas to make my sketchbook pages and studies more interesting.