Around this time, it is good to feel the soft spring breeze in Korea.
Every Wednesday, BiNAREE is having a Game Review Day about Pale Lands!
Play, play, play, play and play!
This week in our studio, our Marketing Manager, Rachel and Young Min who is a 3D Artist, are going for a week vacation! Rachel is traveling to Italy and Young Min is going to US! So jealous☹ Hope you guys have a great time there and be safe.
Going to miss you!
Today’s update for version 1.3.1 includes visual changes, improvements, and some balance changes.
We have conducted the second interview with Young-min who is the character designer of ‘Pale Lands’. If you have not read the first interview named ‘Concept and Prototyping of Pale Lands’, please click here.
Thanks for taking the time to talk with us, Young-min. Can you take a moment to give us a quick background of your career?
Sure. I started off my career freelancing as a 3D modeler for production houses in NYC working on various commercials. I did that for a few years, then I moved to Fox Business creating show opens and all sorts of animations. Even though it was a good job, I really wanted to do characters, so I left that job and made the jump to games and landed here at BiNAREE.
Since the release of the Soft Launch is nearby, we have decided on how we can show ‘Pale Lands’ to mobile gamers worldwide. We have conducted some interviews with the people dedicated to producing ‘Pale Lands’. The whole making stories were beyond our expectations, and these will be posted in series twice a month on the blog before the global release. Also, we showcased the extraordinary people in BiNAREE, like developers, designers or artists. The first interview is about ‘Concept and Prototyping of Pale Lands’ with the CEO, CCO and Lead Game Designer of BiNAREE. We hope the interviews can give readers the deep insights of the game-play.
Let’s talk about Sunghoon who is Chief Creative Officer of BiNAREE. He is in charge of creating the characters of Zap Zombies. I was wondering if there were any interesting stories he had since he started to work as an artist.
Vicky : Sunghoon, I know you have been worked as an artist more than 15 years. why did you want to become an artist?