Ed Bryan's Blog
Illustrator, animator and app developer at Nosy Crow where we make playful stories for kids. Before that I made games like Banjo-Kazooie, Viva Piñata and Kinect Sports at Rare.
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Could we make a great looking trailer for our latest project that combined in-game footage with stop-motion animation in a fun way.
A look back on how we designed and built our latest adventure app for children. Focusing on the design and art of this re-imagined story.
Ed Bryan's Comments
[Blog - 07/16/2014 - 10:37]
Fantastic post. I certainly have ...
Fantastic post. I certainly have my days where IS gets to me. That nagging feeling that this 'll be the day when what ever I 'm trying to draw just won 't get out of my head. I think its true that pushing to learn new stuff helps a great ...
[Blog - 05/30/2014 - 06:16]
Great article I see the ...
Great article I see the same all the time with my kids. There 's some frustration sometimes when trying to do something very precise, but most of the time the children get so involved with the game and the discovering of how the game works is part of that.
[News - 04/10/2014 - 02:26]
A beautiful game in every ...
A beautiful game in every way And so great to see it 's success with the simple to understand pay-once-and-it 's-yours approach to monetisation
[News - 04/08/2014 - 03:40]
A fantastic interview Jeffery, you ...
A fantastic interview Jeffery, you 've put into words something that I 've been struggling to get straight in my own head for ages - about wanting the story to be the key part of the experience. Thank you.
[Blog - 03/07/2014 - 05:24]
Great post Jenn I really ...
Great post Jenn I really enjoyed reading all about the games you made over the 12 months - such variety. Just goes to show that a game is a game is a game. Very insightful too - especially all the things you felt you learned about yourself and making games ...
[Blog - 02/22/2014 - 02:26]
Really liked the points you ...
Really liked the points you raise and the thinking behind notgames at last gives me a name for what I think we 're trying to doing. The work we do now features narrative and storytelling at it 's core and it 's a continuing struggle to balance that with bringing ...