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Patrick Dauphinais

Game Credits

Design

Battles of Prince of Persia (2005)   (Graphic Designers)
 

Art/Graphics

Speed Challenge: Jacques Villeneuve's Racing ... (2002)   (Artists)
Batman: Vengeance (2001)   (2D Artist)
F1 Racing Championship (2000)   (3D Artists)
Monaco Grand Prix Racing Simulation 2 (1998)   (2D Artist)
 


Developer Biography

Patrick Dauphinais has always been a big fan of cars and races, starting at an early age. He also likes to draw, model cars and create prototypes. Patrick has been involved with games for many racing types, including Nascar, F1, Sprint Car, Indy, 24 Mans Hour, dirt track racing, rallye... He has always worked in the field of 2D-3D and is a teacher of visual arts and course animation.

Patrick Dauphinais worked a few years at Ubi Soft as a 2D-3D artist. He also taught visual arts at secondary schools and worked as 2D artist for several publications. Additionally, he was involved with some lottery video games. His first computer was a Commodore 16 and his first console an Atari 2600. When he was 9 years old, he already hung out at the arcades. The first racing games he played were Digital Derby Auto Raceway and Pole Position, but he also likes Goldorak, Transformers, Batman, Spawn and Bozo the Clown

At Ubi Soft, he worked on the following games:

Last updated: Mar 09, 2006