Posts Tagged ‘Game Art’
New Student Game – Produce Parade is a BIG hit at PAX !
Produce Parade is a racing game where the racers are vegetables. This is a hybrid farming simulation and racing game made by our 2022 graduating class during their 1st year production project. Take special care of your produce pal and grow them into a top-tier racer! Earn CroptoCurrency by racing to buy treats to boost…Read More
Can I Work While Studying at AIE Seattle?
Working While Studying at AIE Seattle At the Academy of Interactive Entertainment, we understand the importance of keeping a work/life balance for all students. Setting aside days at work and days on campus is very much possible for students who are studying at AIE Seattle. Many AIE Seattle students work part or even full-time jobs…Read More
STEAM Careers in Interactive Entertainment
What is STEAM? Much like STEM, this learning concept introduces Art as applied in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics fields. Including the arts introduces a learning platform for those who are resourceful, and creatively driven when it comes to problem-solving. For those with the passion to study toward a STEAM career typically enroll in…Read More
Portfolio Guide: Game Art and VFX
This Portfolio Prep Guide: Game Art & Animation edition is designed to specifically help individuals who are considering in applying in our Game Art & Animation program. Successful game artists must have stellar writing capability, the ability to communicate your creative ideas effectively, and evidence of putting a genuine effort in a secondary skill. If…Read More
The Difference Between Game Design and Game Art
What is the Difference between Game Design and Game Art? We’ll be answering this question using the classic game of Chess. Chess is a well-known game with traditional white chess pieces, black chess pieces, set up on a field of black and white. The pieces have different positions and rules on how they move across…Read More