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“Project G” Development Log: Part 4

Yay Graphics! So the time has come, our artist has supplied a bounty of graphics and I couldn’t wait to get them in-game. Now usually I wouldn’t be in any hurry to swap out placeholders, however […]

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“Project G” Development Log: Part 3

Placeholders: The Game Finally the time has come to start actually coding your game. Whether you’re a one man band or a team, blocking out your game with placeholder graphics is a good approach to […]

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“Project G” Development Log : Part 2

So where should I start? You’ve pulled up your sleeves and managed to get your awesome game idea down on paper. Maybe you’ve even passed it around, got some good feedback and even some people […]

Nicola   Blog . Project G
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“Project G” Development Log : Part 1

So you want to make a game! Like many developers we get very excited at the prospect of starting a new project. But where exactly do you start? This can be daunting for a lot […]

Nicola   Blog . Project G
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Moving a WordPress Site to a New Domain

As someone who tests sites and builds client sites within test environments before going live I spend a considerable amount of time moving WordPress sites to a new domain. It can go extremely well or extremely wrong […]

Colin   Advice . Blog . Web Development
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Online Galleries And Hosting Your Art

So you have sketches and maybe finished art that would be display worthy, and may need a semi permanent online hitching post to show them off. Question is, where? And, maybe, how? Short answer: All […]

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Spine: Rigging and Animating Giga

I’d recently gotten access to Spine (Essentials Version), a Unity-based animation software for 2D character movement within the engine. All it requires is a couple of hours of learning the interface, drag dropping your images […]

Leeann   Blog . Game Art . Games
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Art Refinement

Today I want to write a brisk post on the art process and solving problems along the way. I am spearheading a project here at Nebula Interactive, and as it’s rather large in terms of making art assets, […]

Leeann   Blog . Game Art . Games . Graphic Art
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Won’t Somebody Please Think of the Mobile Users?

For those of you who are regular smartphone users, I’m sure you have come across sites which require a lot of fidgeting to zoom in, navigation buttons going to nowhere or a page that doesn’t load at […]

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Inspiration Inspiring Development (part 2)

In my last post, I spoke about my first experience of gaming as a child, and how I brought those influences, both stylistically and mechanically, into my current projects. I also jotted down little tips […]

Leeann   Blog . Game Art . Game Design . Games
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