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Louis Johnson

Game Credits

Design

King Arthur (2004)   (Interface Design)
Starwinder (1996)   (Game Design)
 

Art/Graphics

King Arthur (2004)   (Interface Designer)
Barbie Sparkling Ice Show (2002)   (Artists)
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger (2002)   (Artists)
Dirt Track Racing (1999)   (Graphics Artists)
Gravity Angels Part 1: Alien Discovery (1998)   (Animators)
Gravity Angels Part 2: The Betrayal (1998)   (Animators)
Gravity Angels Part 3: Payback (1998)   (Animators)
Gravity Angels Part 4: Death Force (1998)   (Animators)
Starwinder (1996)   (Graphics, Modeling & Animations)
NCAA Football (1994)   (Artwork)
Jonny Quest: Curse of the Mayan Warriors (1993)   (Graphics by)
Might and Magic: Clouds of Xeen (1992)   (Computer Graphics)
Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra (1991)   (Computer Graphics)
Planet's Edge: The Point of no Return (1991)   (Computer Graphics)
The Miracle Piano Teaching System (1990)   (Graphic Design)
The King of Chicago (1986)   (Additional Art)
 

Video/Cinematics

NBA Street Vol. 2 (2003)   (Mocap Talent)
 

Thanks

Resogun (2013)   (SCEE Family & Friends)
LittleBigPlanet 2 (2011)   (SCEE Family and Friends)
Dead Nation (2010)   (SCEE Family and Friends)
Heavy Rain (2010)   (SCEE Family and Friends)
Dirt Track Racing (1999)   (Special Thanks To)
 

Other

Beyond: Two Souls (2013)   (SCEE Family & Friends)
NBA Street V3 (2005)   (Contracted Services)
 


Developer Biography

I have a well-seasoned history in the traditional art, computer graphic and the video game industries. My skills include consulting, scheduling and task delegation, design, figure and character drawing, computer graphic design, photo retouching, sculpting and illustration techniques. My primary studies were in Southern California at Santa Monica City College, Art Center Design, Otis Parson School of Design, and Loma Linda University.

My early works include a stone relief sculpture at the entrance of Pacific Palisades High School, several bronze sculptures of the “Good Samaritan Sculpture” to serve as presentation rewards for donations given to Loma Linda University Medical Center, and a sculpture of multi-millionaire Irwin Schumann located in the Loma Linda University Medical Center's Schumann Pavilion.

I extended my knowledge of traditional art and sculpting techniques into 3d computer graphics modelling of people, animals, buildings, etc., character animation, computer graphic design, poster design, and magazine cover illustrations.

As a computer graphics artist, my main tools are 3D Studio Max, Photoshop, and digital photography.

Last updated: Sep 06, 2006