Dreams of a Geisha

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Video trailer for Dreams of a Geisha, Green Sauce Games


Dreams of a Geisha is a puzzles/match 3 game produced by Green Sauce Games. I worked as a digital painter for the backgrounds, and as graphist for some of the graphical elements ( icons , graphic user interface, etc... ) game. I wasn't alone ; a lot of graphism were also done by other talentuous artist you can find in the credit of the game. The game is sold on Big Fish here and it's was a real pleasure to see it ranked number 1 few time after his release.

dream of a geisha logo

Concept and illustrations :

I'm posting here reduced thumbnail with permission:

dream of a geisha wip1 screens Composition rough, for the snow landscape. Proposition '3' was accepted.

dream of a geisha wip2 screens I use 3D low polygon elements I speedly modeled, with paint-over on them ( Blend&Paint technic )

dream of a geisha wip3 screens Painted 3D

dream of a geisha wip4 screens With the full paint-over

dream of a geisha 4seasons screens A sample of the background artwork

dream of a geisha wip5 screens Night versions

If you are interested by it; you can purchase the video game here : http://www.bigfishgames.com/download-games/12814/dreams-of-a-geisha/index.html

License: "Dreams of a Geisha" by David Revoy − Copyrighted (do not reuse without explicit permission).
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link Steven Powers (SMP)  

Very nice David. Thanks for sharing.

link Milad Thaha  

Wow, pretty sweet stuff there David. Love the colors, especially the autumn one. Inspiring work :D

link Boaro - Green Sauce Games  

Great post David. It was an enormous pleasure work with you in Dreams of a Geisha. Thanks!

link erick  

that whim... very very beautifull

link Jalberto  

Beautiful work indeed! Thanks for sharing some of the process :)

link David Revoy Author,

@All : Thanks for the feedback !

@Boaro - Green Sauce Games : It was a real pleasure too , Thanks :)

link kot-barbos  

Nice work, David :)

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