Attention all upcoming (and experienced!) Game Artists — set down your easels and pick up your notepads!Every Wednesday, the Art team at Mighty Bear Games will be sharing a round-up of our top Game Art discoveries from across the Internet: Tips, tricks, tutorials, references, and more!Tech ArtStylized Geometry Grass Shader for URP — AJTech AKA AJTech has created

Photo by Hal Gatewood on UnsplashWhen I tell people I work as a Quality Assurance Tester in the games industry, I typically get three types of response:“What is QA?”; “Oh my God!”; and “Oh my God.”To answer the first question: A Quality Assurance Tester is primarily responsible for checking the product thoroughly, ensuring it meets

Game Art Digest #1Your weekly digest of exciting Game Art related content, curated by Mighty Bear GamesWhat is this?Every week, within the Mighty Bear Games team, we share our most recent and impactful learnings — References, tips and tricks, tutorials, new tools, etc.Tech ArtPainting a Selfie Girl, with Maths — Inigo Quilez Quilez, co-creator of ShaderToy, breaks down his steps to

Mighty Bear 2020 Review: What We Did, What We Need To Do Better, What’s NextIntroductionEvery December we send a letter to our friends and investors reflecting on the previous year and sharing our thoughts and learnings. This year we decided to go a step further and share our thoughts with everyone.Photo by Markus Winkler

Photo by Possessed Photography on UnsplashUnity has provided a testing framework since 2017. Unfortunately, Unity related projects do not utilise tests as much as expected, whether from the asset store, Github or even Unity’s packages. Perhaps, this is due to challenges involved in writing tests in a game development context. I would like to

Is an amazing portfolio enough?Stańczyk, by Jan MatejkoAs an artist looking for an opportunity, you’ve probably heard this before:“Just let your work do the talking.”Just focus on putting together a beautiful portfolio and a nice cover letter — if you get invited down for the interview, you’re probably already halfway to your dream job!It’s all partly true, until