From Construct to 3DsMax, how many programs do you know?
Last year I wrote a blog post about my experience attending my first GDC. This time, I share my experiences as a first-time exhibitor at the event, as well as some tips.
Peter Ryan's first novel, Sync City, hits stores on February 28th. I caught up with the man behind this hard-boiled science fiction adventure to find out what makes him tick.
Staff Writer M.D. McCallum asks a question a lot of us ponder... where is the product info?
Staff Writer and Reviewer M.D. McCallum reviews a VR Solitaire game with a different take.
Staff Writer M.D. McCallum takes a look at combating excessive fan noise.
Creating compelling characters is one of the most important parts of writing fiction. We writers do that on paper, be it physical or digital.
With all the talk surrounding virtual reality and how it will take the world by storm, it is easy to get carried away and start celebrating with all the others.
Diving deeper into the Markdown-driven writing application for Apple devices.
One cool thing about story-driven games is interactive storytelling. Twine is a tool designed to help you design stories for your games, but it can also be used to make text-based games without the need of external tools.
For the continuing column, the Freelance Experience, which focuses on the the individual artist who is trying to make a living with her art, M.D. McCallum looks at a the nasty problem of someone stealing your work.
Welcome to "The Freelance Experience." A regular column produced from the freelancers of the Renderosity Writing Staff with all the ins, outs, ups, downs, joy and heartbreak when one chooses to work contract to contract. It can be a colorful occupation with an ever-changing field of characters including employers, creative directors, prima donnas and mentors not to mention other freelancers as teammates and competitors. We will cover topics like how to: Promote Yourself, Manage your Online Persona, Get Noticed, Contract Tips and many other facets of a wide open field that encompasses almost anything and everything digital.
Recognize these logos? These logos are, in part, indicators that the open source software movement is still alive and well. For artists everywhere, this is great news as there are a number of free, open source programs to fit every need...and they have been doing this very well, too.
Enhance and speed up the creative process by utilizing the resources of a digital artist morgue.
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