Also Known As
- Buddy Wilsher
|Pirate101 (2012)||(Additional Art)|
|Wizard101 (2008)||(Additional Art)|
|Warriors of Might and Magic (2000)||(Artists)|
|Turok: Rage Wars (1999)||(Digital Productions)|
|Sanitarium (1998)||(3D Art)|
|War Wind (1996)||(3D Modelling / Artwork (DreamForge))|
Robert "Buddy" Wilsher received his Associate's Degree in Computer Animation/Multi-Media from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1995.
Robert began his first game industry job in '95 at DreamForge Intertainment as a 3D Artist. At Dreamforge, he created art for PC games "WarWind" and "Sanitarium".
In 1999 Robert moved to Austin, TX, to work for Acclaim Studios Austin. At Acclaim (then known as Iguana Studios), he created art for the Nintendo 64 game "Turok:Rage Wars", and the Turok:Rage Wars strategy guide.
Joining The 3DO Company's Austin office in 2000, Robert began creating art for the PS1 game "Warriors of Might&Magic". There he also contributed both art and design to a handful of other games, none of which were published when the company shut down in 2001.
After the demise of 3DO, Robert returned to Acclaim Studios Austin as an artist, and there worked on "Turok:Evolution", "NBA Jam", "Vexx", and "Showdown:Legends of Wrestling"
Robert left Acclaim in 2004 to become an artist at Atomic Games Inc. There he worked on "Close Combat: Red Phoenix" until the company closed it's doors in December of 2005. The game was never published.
Last updated: Apr 06, 2006