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Make the Game Art for Your 2d Platformer

Use Inkscape to create attractive game art.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 6h 0m
Language: English
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In this course you’ll learn everything you need to know to create the game art for your 2d platformer. And all by using the fantastic free, open source vector illustration software Inkscape.
We’ll be using vector graphics and the mouse (no need for tablets) to create beautiful, HD graphics, in the style that you often see in many modern, 2d cartoony cellphone games but also in some PC games as well.
But the great thing is that you don’t have to be an artist to take this course!. We’ll start from the ground up, with a mini-course on how to use the program (Inkscape) for illustration, then we’ll delve into more specific game art techniques, finally we’ll start making the assets of our 2d platformer one by one, ranging from items to game characters. And once we have everything we need, we’ll assemble everything into a mockup illustration (a fake screenshot).
Here are a few of the things this course deals with:
•Designing and drawing attractive assets for a 2d platformer using vectors
•Inkscape for illustration
•Tools, methods and techniques for game art and general vector illustration
•Basic character design
•Basic background design
•Working with tileable assets in Inkscape
So, if you want to make a game but you aren’t an artist, this course may just be for you.

You will learn

✓ Make the game art of a 2d platformer.
✓ Learn the tools, methods and techniques to create vector illustrations.
✓ Learn the basic techniques to create tile based game art.
✓ Learn the foundamentals of Inkscape for illustration.


• The free program Inkscape and a working mouse (tablet are not necesary)

This course is for

• Beginners who wants to learn to make attractive game art.
• Game designers who need art for their games.
• Programmers and non-artistic people who think making game art is difficult.
• Vector artist who wants to learn how to use Inkscape for game art.
Vector Artist
Ever since i have memory i’ve been a huge cartoon fan, from the old disney movies to modern anime. So as soon as i got my hands arounds software to create art i got to work on it. I believe pure vector illustration (especially for cartoons) should be more popular amongst artists, so hopefully my courses will help artist to discover it.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 6h 0m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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