I am very much into AI Art. I don’t care what your opinion is.
AI Art is Art. Sorry not sorry. If I check my art on Google Lens, it tells me no results found. I am creating 100% new art that has never existed before. Yes, I understand some of them have been trained using images which were not explicitly given permission to be used but assumed to have been public domain. But that issue is between the artists and the app creators, not the users of these apps.
I have tested probably over 30 different apps and programs. Specifically on my mobile phone.read more
You don’t need to go to a special school like Full Sail University. Why waste hundreds of thousands of dollars on costly tuition. These days, young kids and teens are even making their own videogames. There’s awesome resources available online to help you learn the software and programming skills that you need to get started. Some of these resources are free, others are paid. Browse our list and find the one that’s right for you! (This list is under construction)
Professional Video Game Art School from Stone River E-Learning
This great E-learning tool will teach you everything you need to know about popular software programs such as 3DS Max and Adobe Creative Suite. This course is designed specifically for aspiring game developers and full of nearly 300 tutorial totaling almost 90 hours of content. You will learn texturing, modeling, lighting, reflection, animation, and color blocking techniques. Not only does it teach you the basics of the software, it also provides valueable tips and instructions to improve your 2d and 3d drawing and animation skills. I recommend this product to any aspiring game creators, especially those wanting to break into graphic design.