How to become a Game Artist, Designer, or Developer!

How to become a Game Artist: Everything you need to know to start & succeed in the game industry or as an indie game developer.

How to become a Game Artist, Designer, or Developer


Creating your own game, can be an exciting adventure!

Watching your ideas come to life on screen & the smiles or frustration it brings to your friends, family, & even possibly the world, as they’re experiencing your game for the first time, can bring a level of accomplishment and fulfillment like none other.

Game design & development can be accessible to anyone who has the drive & motivation to learn. Whether you want to design & develop a game, level, or just create assets to support a game’s development.

Nowadays games are found virtually everywhere & played by people of all ages. The game industry continues to grow year after year and is showing no signs of stopping anytime soon.  The game industry earned over $100 billion dollars in 2017, with the average game developer & designer salaries being well over $80 thousand dollars a year.

We want to bring you the knowledge & techniques we’ve learned throughout our careers as modelers, texture artists, animators, & game designers & developers.  As industry professionals & veterans with far more than a decade of game design, development, & asset creation experience, many of us have spent the better parts of our careers specializing in creating interactive training materials as well as games.

SO JOIN US, as we go through all the steps & processes of game development, in videos, & interactive lessons that are easy to follow, engaging, entertaining, & accessible, and always remember, Don’t Just play… Create!     

What you’ll learn

  • How video games are made – Game development life-cycle
  • Roles & Fields of the game industry
  • Tools & Software for game development
  • How to create games without writing a single line of code
  • The difference between creating games for the love or the money

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • No

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner game designers, artist, &/or developers
  • People looking to get into 3d art or game development
  • game artist
  • artist
  • game designers
  • game developers

Disclaimer: If the link given in this post is from a free tutorial. Which is taken from the website of udemy.com. If it violates any policy. So please contact. After that, we will remove the link

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