Femme Fatale
Maia Concept
Maia Concept

Early Maia Concept by Jennifer Davidson

Pygmy Concept
Pygmy Concept

Early Pygmy Concept by Jennifer Davidson

Maia
Maia

Full drawing of Maia by Samantha Hannis

Maia Orthographic
Maia Orthographic

Maia's Orthographic View for 3D Model by Jennifer Davidson

Level 1 Background
Level 1 Background

Animated GIF of level 1 background progression by Jennifer Davidson

Title Screen
Title Screen

In-game title screen for Maia by Jennifer Davidson and Marcella Martinez

In-game Mock Up
In-game Mock Up

Mock up image of Maia and pygmies in-game

Maia In-Game
Maia In-Game

Maia In-game

Maia In-Game
Maia In-Game

Maia against level 1 mini-boss

PORTFOLIO
Liza Gutiérrez

Liza is a Graphic Information Technology graduate from Arizona State University. As a freshman, she attended Chandler-Gilbert Community College where she enrolled in a 2-Dimensional class where she developed newfound skills and discovered her passion for Technical Arts. To continue this drive, she enrolled in the Graphic Information Technology degree focusing in 3D character modeling and animation along with 2D/3D video game art. Her greatest aspiration is to have a career at Disney's Pixar.

Jen calls herself an amateur illustrator, animator, designer and artist. She primarily works with digital media using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Flash. However, she also dabbles with traditional media from time to time, her favorite being acrylic paints. Jen is currently pursuing her Bachelor's in Graphic Information Technology at Arizona State University.

 

Jennifer Davidson

Marcella is a senior at Arizona State University studying Graphic Information Technology specializing in Web, 3D Modeling and Animation. Before attending Arizona State University, Marcella attended Paradise Valley Community College where she graduated with an overall GPA of 3.55 and an Associate's in Computer Information Systems.

Marcella Martinez

Samantha is originally from Phoenix, AZ, though spent six years abroad during high school, living in the Netherlands where she first got into video games. With the encouragement of her friends, she also began to hone in on her digital art skills. She returned to Arizona for college, exploring more about computers and games then transferred to Arizona State University. Samantha is looking forward to completing her Bachelor's in Graphic Information Technology next year.

Samantha Hannis