Category Archives: Artwork

Painting textures is a hard work

Spent around 8 hours drawing these painted wood planks for the sawmill roof (or some other roof if we change it to be thatched).

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School sketch

Last few weeks I’ve been busy contracting freelancers to make us some more sketches. So let’s see how house design process goes on example of School.

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Camp sketch

Since I don’t have enough time/skill to do everything by myself, from time to time I try to find someone to help. This time I’ve found a couple of sketch artists.

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Drawing a button

Here’s an excerpt from last 1,5 hours that I’ve spent designing a button for NG. This button to be exact:

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Drawing icons

Here I’ll try to explain how icons are being made for NG and why they are being made this way.

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Preliminary wares icons done

Just as planned – are all wares icons done. So far they are just preliminary sketches, but some are already looking nice. Proceed inside!

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Working on ware icons

  Developing a game without graphics is hard. For example, opening Storage house and seeing set of empty squares with numbers below – what are these invisible wares? That was irritating me for a long time, so at last I … Continue reading

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Farmer artwork

New artwork – the Farmer:  

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Builder artwork

Another week has passed without major news.. It seems there are no news at all.. How about some more artwork then? The new artwork comes from a freelance artist. Meet the builder: This guy is a core of the Next Game … Continue reading

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Artwork 2

Looking at neighbor sketch I took a try at making one of my own. Yep, I can draw a thing or two, although not as easily. It’s time to remember how it’s done after years. Hardest part is choosing the … Continue reading

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