Monthly Archives: May 2013

Where to get FREE ART

Things To Know

Before you go downloading and using other people’s art it’s important to know what all of the opens source licenses mean. If you are planning to make an open source game there are a lot of appropriate licenses for you but if you want to make something to sell there are really only two applicable choices.

Public Domain: This basically means you can do anything you want however you want. It’s the most open license there is and the easiest to deal with.

Creative Commons Attribution 3.0: This is also fairly open to use for whatever you want but it’s important to note that you must credit the author of the work in your product. In The Wandering Wizard I provided a credits page that attributed all of the proper artists.

Anything besides these two you probably don’t want to use for a commercial product unless it’s some proprietary license that allows for it.

For a bit more info on these and other licenses I recommend reading this faq page from

Sites I’ve found

This site has a ton of 2d and 3d art as well as music! It’s my number one go to for all of my game asset needs. Pro tip if a submission has more than 1 license listed that means you get to pick the one you prefer.

This is a blog by an indie game development studio and contains reviews and news and stuff. It also contains a few awesome animation packs

Although I’ve never used anything from this site at this point it still has a large number of 2d and 3d stuff and is worth looking into.

This one is a blog by an indie game artist and she occasionally released an art set for free which is pretty awesome\

This site is just plain awesome!!! There are a bunch of free art packs but they don’t stop there. You can also find a few art tutorials here that can bolster your own skills. If the free art isn’t enough to meet your needs they also have a store with fairly priced art assets. These guys have some pretty high quality stuff and I would highly recommend them.

Last but not least is the blog of former professional game artist Daniel Cook. There are some really awesome sets in here. I used one in the proposal platform and am planning to use another in my next game Valaron

Well I hope this is helpful for someone, as it’s harder than you would think to find legal free art that you can use in a commecial game 😀

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Posted by on May 21, 2013 in Tips & Tutorials


Games Porfolio Published

I decided to built web player versions of all the unity games/demos that I have and host them in my dropbox account so that people could check them out.

If you’ve wanted to check out The Wandering Wizard but don’t have an android phone this is your answer!!!

I also put links to my Proposal Game and my Animation Demo

P.S. The Wandering Wizard was meant for touch screens and is a bit more difficult with a mouse in my opinion. Still very playable though

Check the link in the site header or just press


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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Other Stuff


Playable Animation Demo

Today I expanded upon the demo you saw a while ago in the video I posted. I’ve added 2 full armor sets and 3 weapons. I also have 3 different animations. I’ve built the demo for Unity Web Player so if you’re interested check out the link below. You will need to install the web player plugin but don’t worry it’s safe 😀

Let me know what you think!

p.s. all of this stuff is basically a proof of concept for my next game which I am for now calling “Valaron”


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Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Valaron


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Amazon App Store

It took a bit longer for approval but The Wandering Wizard is now available on the amazon app store for anyone using a kindle device.

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Posted by on May 10, 2013 in Uncategorized


Skeletal Animation

This is a video I made showing how I plan to do character animation in my next project. Sorry if the dialogue is a bit quiet my roommate was asleep.

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Posted by on May 9, 2013 in Other Stuff


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On the play store!!!

Today I released the wandering wizard on the Google play store so follow the link and download it!!! Give a rating as well if you feel so inclined

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Posted by on May 6, 2013 in Uncategorized