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DOGGONE HUNGRY

DOGGONE HUNGRY is a soon to be published game on Steam.

Our team, Code Worms, have worked on this game for about six months and plan to continue to polish.

My primary role was an environment and concept artist on the team, in addition to maintaining the game's social media presence.

Programs: Maya, Photoshop, UV Layout, Unreal Engine

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WHAT IS DOGGONE HUNGRY?

DOGGONE HUNGRY is a casual PC game for all ages.

You play as DOG, a lovable but large Labrador Retriever whose only goal is to relax with his favorite toy, Quackerjack. Unfortunately, Quackerjack is always being stolen. Save him by eating food, getting larger, and become an unstoppable force!

OUR HOLY ART BIBLES

Our art bibles are as chonky as Dog, so links are provided for your viewing pleasure.

CONCEPTS AND RESEARCH

This was the first time I worked with other artists on a project, so we made sure to create a thorough art bible to establish a clear creative vision between us.

It is inevitable that we would evolve beyond the initial mood boards, concepts, and colors during development, however, doing this process was important to reveal to us misinterpretations or visual grey areas we didn't think about, so we were able to have that conversation early on.

DOG CONCEPTS

COLOR PALETTES

ENVIRONMENTS AND TEXTURES

After we had the bare minimum of furniture we needed in rooms, we moved onto making set dressing to bring rooms some personality.

We created a spreadsheet to list clutter we should make for each room. This made sure we weren't repeating what the other was doing and made it easy to divide for organizing sprints.

PORTRAITS AND MEMORIES

In-environment activities rewarded players with a cute polaroid.

Many of our story telling opportunities came within the environment. Family portraits and photos became a fun way to reveal the type of loving family that lived there.