New stuff in Legends of Equestria!
Unicorn and Earth Pony Attacks!
Intensive Carrot Unit Quest!
Welcome to Legends of Equestria, a free-to-play MMORPG, available to play right now in Open Access!
Our in-development game is full of adventures, magic, and small horses. You will be able to fly, dance, play with pets, and more with friends or by yourself. There's even a whole community of friends over at our forums!
We are an ongoing project! We are always looking for talented new volunteers to help us out. If you feel like you're ready, feel free to send us your application.
Descriptions of the above jobs, and additional hiring information and recruitment status can be read here.
The following departments are currently not hiring: Animation, Concept Art, HR, Moderation, PR, Voice Acting, Web Dev, and Writing.
If you don't receive a response to your application within two weeks, please contact us on our support email.
"I come from an old town in Pennsylvania, and I liked basing some of my design for buildings off of the classic architecture around here a lot of the buildings have a more colonial style to them, which doesn't exactly fit in Canterlot. However, it does work for some things, such as government buildings or offices."
This one was actually pretty straight forward. It did come with that fun little book statue side project though and I really liked that, I prefer modeling props over buildings. This building doesn't have a lot of complex geometry, its basically a rectangle with things attached to it, which is frankly what most buildings in video games are. Things with more complex shapes are always more of a challenge to model and to layout the UVs [texture maps] for. Prop items for the most part have lots of smaller complex parts to them and thats what makes them more fun.
All the buildings have off-white colored walls, and the roofs usually either have a swirl, stripe, or checkerboard pattern. I studied buildings that we have already seen in the show to decide some of the texture choices. Other patterns were drawn from the concept artist's original vision of the model's texture. Color choices were drawn from studying the color palette in various screenshots. Canterlot primarily uses blue, white, purple, and gold for most of its color.