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Lance Thornblad

Game Credits

Art/Graphics

EverQuest: Underfoot (2009)   (Lead Character Artist)
EverQuest: Seeds of Destruction (2008)   (Lead Character Artist)
EverQuest: Secrets of Faydwer (2007)   (Lead Character Artist)
EverQuest: The Buried Sea (2007)   (Lead Artist: Characters)
Legends of Norrath (2007)   (Rewards Art)
EverQuest: Prophecy of Ro (2006)   (Lead Artist: Characters)
EverQuest: Depths of Darkhollow (2005)   (Artists, World Builders and Animators)
PlanetSide (2003)   (Artist)
The Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare (1993)   (Art By)
Jack Nicklaus Golf & Course Design: Signature... (1992)   (Art)
NCAA Basketball (1992)   (Artwork)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1992)   (Additional Art Contributors [Sculptured Software])
Super Star Wars (1992)   (Art and Animation by )
WWF Super WrestleMania (1992)   (Artwork by)
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)   (Artists)
Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball (1991)   (Art by)
 

Thanks

Day Dreamin' Davey (1992)   (Special Thanks to)
 


Developer Biography

Lance Thornblad is a Salt Lake City native. He attended the University of Utah briefly as a Computer Science major, but found himself answering the call to be an artist for Sculptured Software early in his academic career.

Lance's background as an artist gave him the opportunity to work on Nintendo and Super Nintendo games such as Super Star Wars (where he did all the 3D models) and NCAA Basketball, among a host of other sports games.

His technical background also serves him well as he develops his own Max scripts, and he's currently finishing a complex script that will allow the unwrapping of UV lightmaps within Max. Lance is currently working on all the buildings in PlanetSide, setting up the models, textures and lighting for facilities, bases and even Sanctuaries.

But in his free time, he enjoys playing basketball and watching his favorite team, the Utah Jazz. Lance also enjoys a good game of Counter-Strike.

Last updated: Mar 26, 2005