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W. Bryan Ellis

Also Known As

  • Bryan Ellis

Game Credits

Design

The Geekwad: Games of the Galaxy (1993)   (Game Designs by (in alphabetical order))
 

Art/Graphics

Six Flags Fun Park (2008)   (Artists)
Asheron's Call: Throne of Destiny (2005)   (Lead Artist)
Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis (2003)   (Art)
Casper: Spirit Dimensions (2001)   (Artists)
Hoyle Casino (2000)   (Art)
Blood & Magic (1996)   (Mac Artitis)
Return to Ringworld (1994)   (Animators)
Blue Force (1993)   (Computer Animation)
The Geekwad: Games of the Galaxy (1993)   (Animation)
Protostar: War on the Frontier (1993)   (Lead Animator)
Wacky Funsters! The Geekwad's Guide to Gaming (1992)   (Artists)
 

Other

Mo Hawk & Headphone Jack (1995)  
 


Developer Biography

Bryan Ellis on himself (from the 'Making of Protostar' audio feature):

“I kind of woke up one day and thought ‘Oh gosh! I’m drawing an awful lot here’, so I went to New Jersey to Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Arts and studied Animation there for three years. Prior to going to Joe Kubert I also went to college in Illinois for a year and a half taking Commercial Art, studying basic design and logos and all that. After Joe Kubert, I moved out to Los Angeles, and was picked up by Sierra On-Line. A lot of game companies are using animators now for their characters. I worked for Sierra, and Sierra kind of laid me off pretty quick. I think they were stumbling and kind of are stumbling a little bit still. I was lucky enough to get picked up by Tsunami.”

Last updated: Dec 30, 2003