My new job: Terraformers

A few months ago I took new job, as a 3D artist working for Sheridan College. I work with team Outcast on the Android game Terraformers. Terraformers is essentially a Tower-Defense meets RTS, on a spherical 3D planet! Hopefully I’ll have more updates form the project in the next few months. We plan to release…

PORTFOLIO

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Time: Estimating Accurately – Summer Company

This is an article in the series “Notes from a Summer Company” for more advice on starting your first business, check it out at Notes from a Summer Company. Time is a tricky thing, and everyone has a unique way of internalizing it. When you go into business, freelance or get a job you need…

Process of design for Coup Coons

Post Mortem and Process for the game ‘Coup Coons’. Designed by Connor Gilhuly, Maddi McDougall, Kyle Baartman and Matthew Murchison. 3D models from the ‘Double M Digital Low-Poly collection’ where used to build up the environment of the game. This game is still in part-time development, this post covers the academic development of the project…

How to teach yourself web design

Web design is fun, thought provoking, and extremely applicable to pretty much any field. It allows you to represent yourself, your brand, or a client online. And Learning web design will fundamentally change how you browse the web! So, if you want to see the web like neo sees the matrix (maybe the change isn’t…

Networking: Your most important skill. – Summer Company

This is an article in the series “Notes from a Summer Company” for more advice on starting your first business, check it out at Notes from a Summer Company. You will hear this again and again, but it is some of the best advice you can get. Network like you life depends on it because…

Notes from a Summer Company.

Hello internet! This summer I started a company: Double M Digital. These are my notes to help you learn from my thrilling experience. The entrepreneur life is not for everyone, I’m not sure I’m even cut out for it (though I won’t let that stop me from trying). Uncertainty is par for the course, so…