I'm a game developer and photographer from Germany.
I love to make art, explore nature and to go on adventures.
Drawing animals and faces (60s and 90s) to extend my palette of animals and expressions!
EDIT: Also did a thing were I let https://duckduckgo.com/?q=random+color&t=lm&ia=answer give me a random color and then I built a color palette around it. As well as some doodles with the resulting palettes.
This is my last submission to the 10 ideas a day streak for now. My goal for this streak was to improve on my creative thinking, as I believe that can be treated like a skill you can train. So this last submission is devoted to more ideas to improve.
This was a fun streak! I really felt like I there already was a change in my ability to come up with ideas, putting me in the right mindset.
And I created some maybe interesting ideas on the way :D May continue this in analog form in my notebook.
Today I chose a random theme using https://www.randomlists.com/random-words and added the modifier of "3d prints" to it - I want to come up with 3d printed products.
To switch things up, this time I asked my Twitter followers to give me a theme. Well, I got this. Not my favorite theme but I'm gonna try.
So this was actually a good theme! Lot's of meaningful, darker things here. Thanks ludonaut for the theme! :)
The first doodle is inspired by dead wood/fallen trees and how new plants and animals use it as home and food.
The 2nd doodle is some further experimenting with using white marker as sort of permanent masking fluid.
With the last doodle I just looked a bit at how the colors mixed. Wanted to try a transluscent effect orginally.
It's already pretty late, so I'm gonna try to make it as quick as possible this time :D
Theme is from my generator again!
Today is a little experiment! I used my generator to give me a random topic and will try to come up with art ideas around it.
I really liked this experiment! Was a really fun way of brainstorming, it just kept the ideas coming ^^
While I'm still a student, I heard from quite some people how much of a struggle it can be to earn a living as an indie developer.
As I'm also considering this as an option, I want to come up with alternate ideas about getting an income, besides the regular selling games as product and filling the gaps with contract work (not that there would be anything wrong with that).