Calling for drawings, diagrams, and doodles!
Do you think and/or communicate visually? We have a new display area for GameCamp 7 called See++, where, whatever game making discipline you identify with, you can share your ideas of a visually communicated nature. It’s not so much an art show as a concept wall, and it’ll have descriptions and “Comment” post-its to foster interaction with other attendees. It’s not about showing polished capital-‘A’ Artwork, but about revealing the inner workings of research and development processes unique to each creative individual.
Some suggestions for display:
- Idea generation doodle page
- Level map sketches
- Visually-oriented design or pitch documents
- UI design
- Games lecture or workshop materials
- Character, environment, props, monsters or vehicles concept development art
- Eureka!-moment capturing napkins or beermats
- YOUR idea here!
Please submit what you wish to show by emailing images of it, indicating its size, to emmeline.dobson[at]gmail.com, including a paragraph description of each piece, your credit, and whether you would like us to supply any portfolio-style sleeves in which to display (A4, A3… let us know!) The description will be mounted for display next to your exhibit. On the day, bring your materials for display, and volunteers at the See++ exhibition wall will supply blu-tack, your gallery notecard(s), and your reserved space.
If there remains space we may also accept work on the day, but it will not be able to have a mounted description or any additional display sleeve.
The area will be supervised to protect your work, although exhibitors should take care to supply entries in a form suitable for display in a rather lo-fi manner. Supplying a high-resolution print-out of your work, or requesting a portfolio sleeve for display, are recommended ways. You may need to seek appropriate permission if work may be owned by your employer or under an employer’s NDA. Please also ensure you collect your work before you leave the Keyworth Building at the end of the proceedings there.
Looking forward to see-plus-plus’ing the entries!