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Nicholas Covington (Principal Technical Artist, Riot Games)
Joe Yip (Manager, Technical Art, Riot Games)
Pass Type: All Access Pass, Core Pass - Get your pass now!
Topic: Visual Arts
Vault Recording: TBD
Audience Level: Intermediate
Technical art has grown from a niche discipline into a critical component of big enterprise game studios. How does this evolution of this component change the way we approach how technical art operates at a procedural level? In this talk, we'll discuss the following:
- How Legends Of Runeterra uses systemic analysis to support multiple satellite offices around the world with a small core technical art group operating as a service team.
- Explore strategies for maintaining global pipelines that cross borders, languages, and time zones, and give concrete examples of how we've used our lessons to change the way we operate.
- Finally, we'll also discuss how we've adopted Continuous Deployment development practices to unify the ability for our TAs to contribute to a shared tooling solution between projects.
Attendees will gain insights into methods for improving the effectiveness of enterprise-level technical art development pipelines, and learn how incorporating CI/CD and analytics into the pipeline development process improves the sustainability and effectiveness of a tech art team while maintaining its ability to deliver tools to a developer base.
This talk is intended to be viewed by Technical Artists, Art and Technical managers, and Senior Producers who might have pre-existing understanding about the pain points of operating a tech art group servicing any number of individuals either locally or internationally.