We wanted to skill share and learn some new techniques. It’s been going really well and has really helped inform us with regards Man O’ War: Corsair (more on that soon 😉 ).
This month we went to the Museum of Computing to run some courses on using Substance Painter.
The games industry is fast moving in terms of software and hardware. The impact of technology has lead to a huge leap in quality for next gen games because of PBR techniques. As result Evil Twin Artworks have update their software to accommodate this. As it is so new many local 3D artist have not had the opportunity to develop these skills. PBR allows for the 3D game content to interact with it’s environment in a far more realist fashion. We felt this was a great time to get stuck in and show everyone!
Press Space has also been providing training, mentoring and professional advice to Evil Twin Artworks’ staff to enhance their market visibility as a studio and for their games.
This scheme is funded by Creative Skillset’s Skills Investment Fund.
About the Skills Investment Fund
Working in partnership with industry and informed by leading research, Creative
Skillset directs collective investment through the Skills Investment Fund to create new
and innovative training in priority skills and in-demand roles to ensure growth in the
UK’s Creative Industries.
About Creative Skillset
Creative Skillset empowers the Creative Industries to develop skills and talent; we do
this by influencing and shaping policy, ensuring quality and by securing the vital
investment for individuals to become the best in their field and for businesses to grow.
As the industry skills body for the Creative Industries, we work across film, television,
radio, animation, games, visual effects, fashion, textiles, publishing, advertising,
marketing communications and performing arts. www.creativeskillset.org