Alexander McKinney-Raphelt is the Studio Art Manager at Mediatonic and has been a total nerd since he played bootleg games on his dad’s C64 for the first time. After almost 17 years in the industry, art-directing and managing game teams all around the world, he is still a nerd, but now at least the graphics are better.
This session is about how we brought clumsy, colorful beans to life and got them to compete in the world's greatest gameshow. We will cover visdev-aspects, ideas that didn't make into the final game, how we came up with the general tone and energy of the FallGuys-Universe, and will talk about why we think that diversity makes us and our art stronger.
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Ian Livingstone, CBE
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Mike Bithell Games
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