Metroid Prime recently passed it's 10 year anniversary. This was probably my most awaited game for the Gamecube when it came out. I have a lot of fond memories playing it.
In commemoration, The Metroid Database asked me to contribute a few fan arts to a bestiary for all the creatures in the game. I was ticked they still remembered who I was after originally submitting some fan artworks to them around the same time Metroid Prime was released.
I wouldn't have minded doing more of these, but this is all I could squeeze into my schedule. Still, I was happy to pick a couple of them which were carried over from the original Metroid game released for the NES (way back in 1986!).
Maybe you will recognize them? :)
Ps. Thanks goes to the Metroid Database for graciously letting me use their bestiary background art.
November 23, 2012
November 17, 2012
November 9, 2012
I've been sorting through some older artwork recently and came across these. I worked as a conceptual designer for the Tale of Despereaux video game several years ago and absolutely enjoyed it.
These are a few samples of quick sketches I would do for cut scenes. I must have drawn close to 50 of these things. I would work with the writers and designers to get these how they liked, and then we would ship the sketches out to a fantastic contract artist to finish them up. Towards the end of development, there was even time enough for me to complete a couple of them.