Stranger Things 3: The Video Game

The game of the month isn’t actually out yet, but this is a great example of what you can achieve with pixel art graphics.

It’s a great idea that the video game for this 80s themed horror show should be a retro 80s style video game. I’m really excited to get my hands on this one.

Thanks to Darsh for bringing my attention to this one on his blog. Read his fantastic article on his site here:

3D Drawing

This is Amanda, the female lead character in a comic I have planned, featuring the werewolf from an earlier post.

I have decided to go with a black and white style as I quite like the level of detail on the character.

The 3D model is from Daz studio. I used Unity to light and render the model. Then I used Photoshop to create the final drawing.

If you like the style, you can discover how it’s done in my Udemy course listed below: “Create comics without drawing”

2D Artwork

A beginner’s guide to creating artwork for 2D video games

https://www.udemy.com/a-beginners-guide-to-creating-artwork-for-2d-video-games/

Discover how easy it is to make graphics for 2D video games

We will create a range of 2D art including static and animated graphics, character sprite sheets and tile sets.

By the end of this series you will have a complete range of artwork to be able to create your own video game as well as the skills to continue to create your own graphics.

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You don’t need any previous experience, and you don’t need sophisticated art skills. All you need is a computer and a mouse. The software is free to use online

The course is free on Udemy, so click the link below to enroll