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Submitted by bbretterson 1882d ago | interview

Interview: Double Fine's Scott Campbell on Brutal Legend's Art Style, Webcomics, and More

Scott Campbell is the art director at Double Fine Productions, a video game development studio founded by Tim Schafer of Lucasarts adventure game fame. Campbell’s cartoony and light-hearted art style form the canvas of Double Fine’s critically acclaimed games Psychonauts and Brutal Legend. Bitmob community member Jonathan Ore spoke with Campbell at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival. (Brutal Legend, Dev, Psychonauts)

TheLancer  +   1882d ago
Considering that all of Double Fine's games are works of art, that makes Scott Campbell the man!!!!
Sadie2100  +   1882d ago
You're a bit too excitable there, but I agree.
TheLancer  +   1882d ago
It's an old habit, like when people yell on the phone because they think people won't be able to hear them.

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