Create modular game art and tile sets faster with Inkscape!
What you'll learn
- You will be able to create your own 2D game tiles
- You will understand and able to create real and effective modular design for video games
- You will work much faster with Inkscape
- You will need to have a basic Inkscape knowledge
How to create your own game assets the most effective way?
How to design unique looking game art for the fragment of time and cost?
Is that even possible?
Yes it is!
By applying the principles of modular design and making your game asset creation faster, cheaper and much more efficient!
What is that?
Modular design is a method, where you build up your game assets from pre-designed moduls.
During this course you will learn:
the principles of modular designs in game art
to create a fleet of spaceships from simple geometrical forms
to create cartoon character heads good for any mobile game
to design a modular goblin army with fantasy weapons
to make a platform game tileset
to design a 2D tileset for a Zelda -like topdown game
and of course a lot of Inkscape tricks to make your work more efficient!
My name is István Szép, I am a graphic designer and design teacher for more than a decade. Join me in this course and learn to create fast, cheap and effective modular game assets in Inkscape! Inkscape is a free , easy to use vector design program, that will make you be able to create your own video game assets.
Attention! This course is about modular game art design, not about programming! Sadly, you will not learn here to code procedural worlds or script random spaceships. But you can learn to design your assets for that!
Who this course is for:
- Indie game developers who want to create their own game assets
- Beginner designers, who want to get into 2D game art design
I'm a graphic designer, illustrator and design teacher for more than 10 years. I create clever logos and cute illustrations, I like to inspire, share my knowledge and make people think and laugh!
I use Inkscape, an open source graphic design program in most of my design, and I was teaching this to my students too in a college in Budapest.
I am constantly sharing knowledge about design and life as a freelancer. I teach on Udemy since 2014 and work together with some of my friends now, to create better courses together by sharing my online teaching experience
Exploring new ways to create and sharing my knowledge is what I like the most - so don't be afraid to ask, I'm here to teach!.