Hi, I'm Preston Vongphasouk. I'm a Freshman Game Design Major at Bradley University. All my life, I had loved video games. At eight years old, I played Nintendo games on my GameCube. Ten years later, I am still playing Nintendo games on my GameCube. Video games became such a big part of my life, I decided to create them when choosing what I wanted to do post-high school. My additional hobbies helped influence my choice as well. In addition to video games, I like to watch anime and make art. Specifically, I would like to create concept art for video games. I would like to design character concept art one day. I like to paint and draw, and I have most recently tried digital painting as well. In terms of technical skills, I have fair experience in some of the Adobe programs. I am proficient in Adobe Photoshop, and I have also used Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Audition. As I continue through the Video Game Design program, I plan to further my general art and design skills, my skills with Adobe products, and further my technical skills. Currently this semester, I am learning more about design and I am also learning about coding.
October 9th 2016 Animation project for IM classes 110 and 120. A kung fu rendition of a scene from "The Incredibles." When the city is attacked by ninjas, Frozone prepares to help save the city, but cannot find his nunchucks. Programs used: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Audition, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Media Encoder
December 8th 2016 Flash game project for IM classes 110 and 120. A spooky infinite runner where you play as protagonist, Will Lit. By lighting your lantern in your new mansion, you have awoken some sleeping ghosts. Now they're out to get you. Programs Used: Adobe Photoshop, Garage Band, Stencyl,
May 20th 2016 This was a digital painting I created for my AP 2D Art portfolio in high school. One of my favorite things to paint is mountains. I used pictures of snowy mountains as reference. Some inspiration for this piece comes from a friend, Ryan Voss, who had done his concentration on pathways. Programs used: Adobe Photoshop