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We’ve exceeded our initial goal of 31 assets and now have stacks of paper ready for scanning. How did we get the art of Luminky from paper to computer, keep some areas transparent, and others opaque, while maintaining the inky quality? Easy. Photoshop. We wanted to keep the wet edges that result from hand drawn […]

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Today we have some fun things to share. Why, do you ask? Cause we have a prototype! But, before we start, let us apologize for missing the past two posts. Turns out handling client work, developing a side game with daily art posts, keeping a blog, and trying to maintain some semblance of a person […]

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Before we get into the guts of this post, we have something to confess. We, pause for dramatic effect, used computers to animate. We know, blasphemy. How can we claim to be making a game inspired by InkTober then use computers for the heavy lifting? Time. Time is an inescapable factor. One we had to consider […]

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It’s official. Ink has made contact with paper and the creativity is flowing! To get things moving, and to get back into the swing of traditional mediums, we spent two afternoons in our sketchbooks bouncing ideas back and forth. The goal? Discover our playable character (PC) and enemy within the world of Luminky.

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It wasn’t long before we realized making this game would have its own unique set of challenges due to the medium. Challenges we’ve never had to take into consideration before. Things such as: what type, or types, of pens, brushes, markers, etc should we use? What size should we be drawing at? What paper do […]

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Hooray! It’s that time of the year again. Dig out your favorite brush, nib, marker, or pen and dust if off. We’re talking of course about Jake Parker’s InkTober Initiative. The special time of year where artists from all over the globe push themselves to experiment with ink. We love it, you love it.

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