The Art Of Drawing JRPG Worlds

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Becca Bair is an experienced artist and games developer who is currently working on Vidar, and RPG where...everyone dies.

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She’s also studied architecture and interior design at university and is classically trained in the art of figure drawing.

You can see more of Becca’s work at her personal site.


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Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists, showcasing the best of both their professional and personal portfolios. If you’re in the business and have some concept, environment, promotional or character art you’d like to share, drop us a line!


Illustration for article titled The Art Of Drawing JRPG Worlds
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DISCUSSION

Some things:

1. Adorable name.

2. It’s interesting this got me thinking about the way that old RPGs used to deal with spaces. RPGs back then, even working with what little they had, could create such imaginative worlds. And I think it might be worth thinking about how they did that, about how spaces were created and explored in old school RPGs. And then I actually read the thing, where it mentions she studied in interior decorating and architecture, so I wonder if she had something like that in mind when she went into creating these.

3. The game sounds very interesting. I’m adding it to the list.

4. I really need to learn RPG maker.