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If you have ever had a dream of working as a game designer or concept artist on huge video game projects, then let our guide provide you with some information to either crush your fantasies or confirm that it is the correct career path for you.
The website forums were the original venue for visitors to interact. Preference these days goes to our Facebook page, but you can still use the forums if you're oldschool or enjoy having conversations with users who reply to a "what is your favorite game" thread with a list of links to Gucci handbags made in China.
When David isn't coding image galleries, bartering with companies for their video game concept art, or editing art book scans, he is moonlighting as a stock photographer. The photos he's most fond of find a place on CU's sister website, Wild Retina.
This comic series ran during 2010 and featured the return of video game character cameos and improved artwork. It lasted for 100 episodes.
When Whit finally exhausted his wit, I'm Game stepped in as the replacement comic series from 2006 through 2007. It did not feature video game characters, so it was a quiet party. The series made it up to 40 episodes.
The comic series Inside The Gamer's Studio was featured from 2003 through 2004 and follows a series of interviews with iconic video game and anime characters interviewed by the shows' humorous host, Whit. The series ran for 70 episodes and was the most viewed comic strip on CU.