Robert Craig is Art Director on The Dark Pictures Anthology at Supermassive Games. He started his career as an environment artist working on the Harry Potter games with EA, and has worked in most of the art disciplines over his career, specialising in lighting. He joined Supermassive games in 2012 as the Lead Lighting Artist on Until Dawn and since has enjoyed working on the studio’s trademark cinematic art style, going on to become the Dark Pictures Art Director in 2018.
Robert Craig, Art Director on The Dark Pictures Anthology at Supermassive Games, will talk about how the studio has dealt with the cinematography process for a massively branching narrative game. This will cover both how we set out the overall goals and artistic aims for Dark Pictures, and also the practical considerations of achieving high quality, film like cinematography for a game with a huge amount of content - looking at how our processes and workflows have developed during the making of Man of Medan and practical techniques for Lighting and Camera work in Unreal engine.
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