Cover of the book
Title screen
Exploring new places
Exploring new places
Coming to an iPad near you
what a puzzle screen looks like
The bridge of the ship
Home cookin
Location:???
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
Cover of the book
Title screen
Exploring new places
Exploring new places
Coming to an iPad near you
what a puzzle screen looks like
The bridge of the ship
Home cookin
Location:???
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses
some various character poses

100 Principles of Game Design

Because of a scheduling problem, I was was asked to do the illustrations for a game design book. “Game design you say? This is my area of expertise!” The turnaround was tight, under a month for about 30 spot illustrations. The schedule wasn't the best, but I really wanted to do game illustrations. Exchanging sketches back and forth with the author, we decided that we could have a cast of characters that could be reused which would greatly speed up the work, as well as establish a visual language.

After a month of my regular schedule at work and then spending my time at night creating the illustrations, I was stretched thin. In the end however, I was quite proud of the work and I took another step in mastering a pure vector art style.


Published by Pearson

Written by Wendy Despain
December 2012
240 pages

Buy a copy

  • Illustrator
  • Hand drawn illustrations
  • Photoshop

Published by Pearson

Written by Wendy Despain
December 2012
240 pages

Buy a copy

  • Illustrator
  • Hand drawn illustrations
  • Photoshop

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