1517 Results
Yangxi Zhou
A - Programmer
I'm a programmer who love environment lighting. However, I prefer to call myself a designer.
Alan Thomas
Game Developer, FishPotato Games - Owner
My name is Alan Thomas. I am the owner and sole employee of FishPotato Games. I've released 9 games over the since 2013 with varying degrees of...
Mikael Gustafsson
Freelancer - Artist
Portfolio: Only looking for freelance gigs, no less than 2 weeks. Contact me through
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248 Results
Oct 17, 2018 11:50 PM
Level Designer + Environment Creator
United States
United Kingdom
Part Time
3 - 5 years experience
We are in need of an expert level designer to help design creative and balanced layouts for levels in our games. These are simple, casual, arcade type games. So the layouts should be simple, but robust, creative, super fun and...
Level Design
environment design
Oct 21, 2018 9:33 AM
Environment Artist
Turin, Italy
0 - 2 years experience
I’m looking for a talented environment artist to help me create the scenes for my game.I’ve worked on this title – a cyberpunk meta-reality shooter for VR systems – for two years and I completed most of the game itself… Except for...
Environment Art
Lighting Artist
Virtual Reality
Sep 14, 2018 1:34 PM
World Builder / 3D Environment Artist
Sunnyvale, United States
Full Time
3 - 5 years experience
Baidu USA, located in Silicon Valley, is looking for world-class engineers to join its IDG team a.k.a. Intelligent Driving Group. The IDG team is aiming to develop advanced autonomous driving technologies which will let us...
3D Modeling
1833 Results
Dec 29, 2016 10:45 AM
Procedural Maze
Just trying to make a procedural maze. Learning, experimenting, researching, discovering and sharing. This is not an actual product and posts are more like a dev diary. If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to...
Dec 10, 2018 6:43 AM
Guardian of the Ocean (2017)
Guardian of the Ocean (2017) is a sailing, adventure game set within a fantasy world. In this tale, an unknown entity has corrupted the Guardian which has caused darkness to fall over this world, engulfing the ocean and islands...
Nov 3, 2018 4:32 AM
Beware the Werewolf - Environment
Hi everyone ! Some screenshots from my graduation video game mockup Beware the Werewolf ! These screenshots are showcasing the environment of the game. I have created all of the assets by myself. The mockup is made with Unity 2017...
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