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Columbus, OH

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January 5, 2013

What do you like most about creating games?

I'd say the best part is being able to create a specific experience that can be shared with someone else. It's a bit like telling someone about an awesome dream you just had, but instead of using words, you're letting that person wander through your dream environment and interact with the characters in your dream.

How would you describe your level of experience in game development?

I have a little experience as a part of Soulfire Software, but I'm still very much a beginner.

Is game creation something you do for fun, or is it more of a professional interest? Please describe.

I would like to pursue game development as a career, but I also find it fun and challenging.

What part of game dev are you most into? Programming, animating, AI, 3D modeling, marketing, etc?

I love creating concept art and sprites, although sprite sheets are a pain to fix when they're broken. I haven't worked much in modeling, but I plan to remedy that soon.


I'm an amateur game developer currently working with the indie studio Soulfire Software. I have experience in creating character concepts, custom text, sprites, cover art, and marketing banners. I'm also a killer secretary.

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