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Some of you may be aware of the game I am working on. Some time ago I mentioned on game dev blog ( divinityfatum.blogspot.com/ ) that I consider putting some kind of easter eggs etc. One of the ideas was putting in the game something like an art gallery, where player could watch pictures from that appeared in game, fanarts or whatever. Altrough I backed off from idea of putting some random easter eggs, I somehow menaged to mix art gallery into actual game plot.
So, the thing is: there is no Art Gallery without art, right? As you can see, this one is currently full of empty frames waiting to get filled with some pictures. There are 30 frames to fill, thus I'll pick 30 out of all submitted arts and put them in the game. Theme of exhibit held in this Art Gallery is "Images of God". To explain further - artists show their own visions of god. You don't have to draw God the way he looks like in any of the religions. You can be (or even you should be) more creative - if you wish, you can depict god as some kind of symbol, it can be an animal-looking being, or some kind of human-like one. One most important think, though. Have in mind that you're drawing something that is supposed to be a god. Because of that, try making pictures to look as divinely, majestic or/and mysterious as possible.
Another important note is that I accept only digital arts, as traditional ones simply wouldn't fit. By taking part in this "contest", you also agree to let me make small changes to your picture (like cropping it a bit, adding certain filters etc) which wouldn't change idea of the picture. You can send me links to pictures by commenting below this post, or sending me private mail. Finally, in exchange for pictures, you will appear in credits roll. I'm aware that it's not much of a prize, but I can't really offer much either - especially when the game is for free. "Contest" will last for over a month, so you have time to send pictures until March 23. If we won't get enough pictures, I'll sadly have to exchange pictures with some simple dialogues, describing some random arts.
So, to summarize all that:
1. Theme for pictures is: "Images of God"
2. 30 pieces will be picked and put into the game
3. Only digital art
4. By participating, you agree to let me make minor changes, without changing idea of picture
5. If your art will be picked, you will appear in credits
6. You have time until March 23
That's all for now. Depending on how things will turn out, some parts of this "contest" may change.
Hi everyone. I'm pretty much aware that I wasn't really... active here, on Newgrounds. Anyway I'd like to introduce to you demo of game I'm was working on for quite some time already.
It's titled Divinity Fatum. The game is being made in RPG Maker VX, but I hope that won't really matter much.
Anyway, the game tells a story of a certain girl that wakes up in seemingly abandoned, endless city wreathed with rain. Not remembering who she is and how did she ended up in this place, her only option is to look for a way out. While doing so, she'll find certain clues that slowly reveal true nature of this place, and most importantly answer the question of who - or rather what - main protagonist of the story is.
It may seem like theme for some horror game, but that is hardly the case. This game is indeed somewhat dark, but not really scary. If anything, it's more of psychological and philosophical ride.
Graphics and arts for game were done by me. Music however comes from Newgrounds, so if anybody would feel offended that I used their music without their knowledge, just tell me and we try to figure something out. For now however every artist whose music I decided to use is credited.
Anyway, if you'd like to check out how this game looks like, check out this video for example:
If you'd be interested in trying the game by yourself, you can grab demo here:
You may also want to check out dev blog to check out screenshots, read some more info etc. You can find it here:
Oh, and as a final note. Have in mind that this is demo version. It may still contain some bugs. I'm also aware of countless typos and grammatical errors but it is beyond my ability to point them out and correct them. If anybody would feel like helping with that, I'd be very grateful.
And that would be all in that topic. Thanks for attention.