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Nhien comes to work at Roadhouse every day excited about being able to work on a collaborated game project and express herself through code.
In order to be successful in the games industry and at Roadhouse, she believes that you definitely need to have a passion for making games. If you’re not currently working on a game project either through employment or as a side project, that’s a problem. Easy to fix – start making games!
When describing working at Roadhouse, Grant appreciates that he has the opportunity to give creative input on his current project, as well that he will be challenged to develop a variety of content.
His advice to job seekers is to not be afraid to try new things and fail. Being bad at something is the first step at being good at something.
Well said, Grant.
How cool is a place like Roadhouse where you can be modeling and texturing some kind of flame thrower, or a little two legged enemy that explodes on contact one day, and the next you are painting green grass and puppies! It’s great to work on projects with diverse visions, makes life interesting!
For students, Kate gives the following advice – think of your classmates as colleagues because somebody’s always going to get hired first! From an art point of view, it’s important to think of your portfolio as a living, breathing thing, always updating, improving, not to mention tailoring for each position.