Learn Professional 2D Game Asset Graphic Design in Photoshop
What you'll learn
- Design and build professional game assets
- Understand the basics of drawing
- Choose colors for your game art
- Digital paint
- Photoshop ( you can get the free trial version)
- Computer and mouse (Paper, pencil, and camera will be needed for this)
- Drawing tablet (Not required for course)
This course was last updated on 12/17/16
Join the course and begin designing game art assets today!
Do you want to learn how to create game graphics? Or maybe you’re on a quest to start making money as a game graphic designer? In any case you’ve come to the right place.
The Learn Professional 2D Game Asset Graphic Design in Photoshop course will show you how to create high quality stylized game graphics that will stand up as professional work. The techniques taught in this course can be translated into just about any asset creation for games. This course will enhance or give you skills in the world of digital art creation - or your money back!
The course is your track to building amazing attractive game assets! Whether for your own games or for other peoples projects.
This course will take you from having little knowledge in Photoshop to creating professional game design in as little as 1 week.
So what else is in it for you?
You’ll create 9 different projects in this course that will take you from beginner to expert!
You’ll gain instant access to all 7 sections of the course.
The course is setup to quickly take you through step by step, the process of creating game art in Photoshop. It will equip you with the knowledge to create stunning designs and animations for mobile app or HTML games!
Don’t believe me? I offer you a full money back guarantee within the first 30 days of purchasing the course.
Here’s what you get with the course:
You’ll get access to the 7 sections of the course that will show you how to design, create, and paint game art from the ground up. The course is supported with over 7 hours of clear content that I walk you through each step of the way.
All at your fingers tips instantly.
The course starts with the basics. For those of you that have never used Photoshop I’ll walk you through the basic tools we’ll be using and show you how to navigate the interface using hotkeys.
Next you’ll learn the basics of drawing, shape, perspective, value, and color.
Once you’ve learned the basics of asset art you will build your first two assets, a wooden crate. You will be creating two different textures for the crate that will teach you two completely different styles.
At this point you’ll be ready to start replicating artwork from hit games such as Rayman and Crossy Road.
Next you’ll design your own sword and gem buttons that you will digitally paint.
Lastly you will get access to the bonus section of the course where you will learn how to animate a play button in Photoshop.
Over the 7 chapters you will learn:
The basics of drawing
Value and color theory
How to build game props from scratch
How to digital paint
How to create 6 different styles of game art
Sprite sheet creation
Photoshop’s animation tool
What else will you get?
- Personal contact with me, the course tutor
- Lifetime access to course materials
- Understanding of how professional mobile app game artwork is designed, created, and organized layer by layer to create a master piece
- Quizzes and exercise work sheets
This all comes under one convenient easy to use platform. Plus you will get fast, friendly, responsive support on the Udemy Q&A section of the course or direct message.
I will be here for you every step of the way!
So what are you waiting for? Sign up now to start building your game world!
Who this course is for:
- Students looking to learn how to create amazing game art
- Students ready to put in a couple of hours learning how to do this
- Students willing to take action and start creating game art
- Students wanting to add a new skill to their tool belt
At the age of 17 I began a 6th month internship with an animation studio out of Utah. After my internship was up, I was hired on to build backgrounds and to design props and characters for animation projects. I then began to do my own freelance work on the side through networking and using online freelancing sites. Now I work as a freelance Illustrator and designer working on my own time from where ever I want.