i was on the trending page?
how come i missed that?
thank you tumblr staff <3
i have to work on a legend of zelda ocarina of time illustration
but i want to try to do something ~ creppy ~
Growing up I always saw myself more like a critic.
My parents are very critics (and I don’t mean that in a bad way), and so is the rest of my family.
At school I never had a lot of opportunities to make stuff. My school was known for make their students ace college applications, we didn’t have any creatives activities.
This actually made get in to a lot trouble in my school years. I asked too many questions and was always criticizing the school system. I just really couldn’t shut up and take it as it was.
(This kind of made me great at ONU simulations debates, tho. I guess that was they never expelled me)
I guess that’s why after, in college, I decided on a Journalism major. I was so used to see myself as a critic, that I never realised that what I really liked to do was to creat my own stuff.
I love drawing, and I always did. I just thought that maybe that wasn’t my strongest suit.
I remember that on those years of transition, to high school to college, Ratatouille was on the movies, and DAMMIT I could relate to every single aspect of that animation.
At the point Anton Ego started to talk about the work of critic I was already crying like a baby.
Criticizing is great, but creating stuff? Even though if it is lame, is AMAZING. And I didn’t want to spent the rest of my life just point out the mistakes on other people’s work, I wanted fix things myself by creating my own art or books or animations or video-games or whatever.
And that’s when I decided to really give the creative part of me a shot.
I still majored in Journalism, though.
And a lot of people still ask me why I did it, why I didn’t just quit this when I started my major in Design. And, honestly, I guess I don’t know? Maybe I’m just not the kind of person that quits things, or maybe I feel that my Journalism major represented something that I thought I was for a really long time and I just couldn’t let go.
Sometimes I feel so angry that I never had the art school experience, and that I wasted so many years on a pointless major. But yesterday I was thinking about all of it I just wrote and I guess during those years I just tried to stay true to myself, even though this meant missing the opportunity to study on a very creative outlet.
I’m still trying to figure a lot things out, but I guess that I’m doing ok for most of the time.
After all “anyone can cook”, no matter whats your background , you just need to be willing to do it.
how working ALWAYS calms me down is something that never ceases to impress me
so, about the brushes in the tutorial bellow, i don’t know the name (????) of them
some i made it myself, and some my friends gave to me
but here are some prints of their presets and shapes details
i hope this can help a little bit more :)
i want to make a game with a princess escaping a dungeon with her friend unicorn killing evil people on her way out and solving puzzles
but everybody keep telling me this game would be too ~ GIRLY~
no it wouldn’t
it clearly would be A W E S O M E
SO MUCH WORK TO DO
i want to work on an illustration to celebrate halloween but i can’t because i’m traveling and don’t have a computer with me
I’M SO BUMMED
The studio that I’m working at (Petit Fabrik) was finally announced as the first brazilian (south american tbh) studio developing first party games for Playstation!
We are SOOOOOO happy and excited!
Can’t wait to work on a new project :)
DON’T DO VIDEO-GAMES KIDS
THEY WILL RUIN YOUR LIFE!!!!
this past week i’ve been basically:
working on my game at work so it can be submitted at indie games festival
playing the new pokemon
YAY this is super cool
big thanks for whomever is in charge of tumblr radar
the good thing on working with a scary bunch of really talented people is that you learn A LOT
i mean once you get past the anxiety part