Category Archives: Writing

Artists as Innovators

Untitled (Toothpicks) by Tara Donovan is the finest example of innovative art that I have personally seen. From afar, the piece looked like a regular cubic hay bale. Nothing too spectacular. Upon further inspection, I noticed that this piece was … Continue reading

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Artists Portfolio Review

http://y78.fr – Yul Moreau Of the three portfolio sites I found, this one is my least favorite. Firstly, the only form of navigation is to scroll throughout the entire site, which is just one page. There are no other pages to … Continue reading

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Inspiration and Story Premises

Fascinations:   Medieval Fantasy Sci-Fi Fantasy Outer Space Rock Music Underground Hip Hop ______________________________________________________________ Roleplaying Games Comic Books Time Travel Tabletop Games Wizardry ______________________________________________________________ Space Exploration Ghost stories Medieval Architecture Giant Castles Dungeons and Dragons ______________________________________________________________ Rural Towns Game of … Continue reading

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Interaction Review- Rochester Museum of Science

At the Museum of Science in Rochester, the Strobe Flow interaction really caught my attention. There was a flickering light and a stream of water. The flickering light would give the illusion of an undulating stream of light. The interactions … Continue reading

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Juiciness Interaction Review

“Broforce” is a side-scrolling, pixelated platformer with some hack and slash elements. And it does a great job with juiciness in a game. The game can be very chaotic if played carelessly which, in my experience, is the most fun … Continue reading

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Game Jam Reflection

During Game Jam I worked with four other DMA students; Danielle Kanuck, Brianna Freeman, Andrew Scelta, and Gregory Williams, and three programmers; Jeudy Azzarelli, Ryan Rundell, and Flynn Ramos. The theme we were given for this past Game Jam involved … Continue reading

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Game Interaction Review

I’ve always been able to look at Skyrim as a game that I could play for hours on end and never get bored. Skyrim is a game in which the experience is tailored exclusively around how each individual player wants … Continue reading

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