If you draw it on paper, we’ll give you the answers.
If you draw it on a screen, we’ll give you the answers.
If you draw us a digital version of it, we’ll get into the nitty-gritty details and make it as awesome as possible.
If something bad happens while we’re drawing it, we’ll figure out what could be wrong.
Or we’ll do nothing, if we’re feeling like it.
So if we give you digital answers, why should you come to the table?
Why should you come to the table?
In short, you come to us because you have what it takes to succeed.
If you have a passion for music or drawing, we want to connect with you.
We want your best stuff, so we’re going to give it to you. We’re going to help you get it down as quickly and efficiently as possible without sacrificing quality. All we ask is that YOU come to the table, put in the time and effort, and give us what we want.
The process (how to make it): We’ll pick a concept, put it in black and white paper, and then we’ll draw your picture on a computer. We’ll take a number of photos, then get them digitally edited and hand-carved.
The idea: When we see our vision, we’ll talk to people who are interested in helping us create that vision.
We’ll talk to photographers. We’ll talk to sculptors, painters, and so on!
We’ll talk to engineers. We’ll make sure the concept can be tested in both analogue and digital formats.
As you can see, the process takes a little longer than that — we talk to lots of people about their interests and help them make the project a reality.
In the case of the video game, we asked the same question of our friend Paul, the founder of Retro City Rampage.
We’d been asking Paul a long time to give us his thoughts, so we decided that this was one of the best places to get his feedback. It’s always flattering when we show off our work to people and show them what we can do.
And, of course, we had to make sure that our concept was perfect. It’s no fun when we’ve accidentally destroyed a beautiful concept that only a few people get to see! (I hate that feeling just as