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See concept art for Ron's new game 29 Nov, 2011 / 8 comments

Want to know what game Ron is working on at Double Fine? Then get in line, but in the meantime check out two pieces of character concept art he's put up on his blog along with this:

Here are a couple of fine pieces of concept art from the game I'm making with the amazing folks at Double Fine. I'm so excited. This is an idea that has been in my head for a long long long time. It predates Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island. It's a game that needed to be made.
These are two of the playable characters. That's all I can say right now, but more will follow later.

The concept art looks rather Nathan Martz-y Stapley-ish (but is actually the work of Derek Brand).

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    Kroms on 09 Dec, 2011, 17:59…
    Yes. It's embarrassing, but I'm starting to forget things.
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    Jake on 07 Dec, 2011, 20:57…
    I think Nathan Martz is a programmer at Double Fine. Did you guys mean Nathan Stapley?
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    clone2727 on 04 Dec, 2011, 21:24…

    Jason

    To be fair, I would have been right had I not been wrong.

    I think that phrasing works for a lot of things. "To be fair, I would have been innocent had I not robbed the bank"
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    Jason on 03 Dec, 2011, 02:05…

    Kroms

    Turns out the art is by Derek Brand.



    To be fair, I would have been right had I not been wrong.
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    Kroms on 03 Dec, 2011, 01:00…
    Turns out the art is by Derek Brand.
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    elTee on 29 Nov, 2011, 17:42…
    Finally, Inhumane Footloose Janitor has a publisher.
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    Remi on 29 Nov, 2011, 15:19…
    Various tweets would indeed indicate that Scott C left DF a while ago. Tasha is back at Pixar, though I think we did mention that one.

    As for the concept art, awesome looking.
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    Kroms on 29 Nov, 2011, 05:25…
    The Scientist and the Mobster (those are the file names). I'm curious how those two will relate. It's exciting.

    Kinda related to Nathan Martz: I *think* that Scott Campbell has left Double Fine. Tasha Harris has definitely left. This is all late, but (if Scott C. has indeed left), good luck - and much thanks - to them both. Double Fine wouldn't have been Double Fine without them.

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