Martin Luther Adventure Game

I had the great opportunity to work on this educational game with mmc games, explaining the life and impact of Martin Luther through an interactive adventure game. I was provided with a script, references and scene descriptions as well as 3D bases for each scene, but was allowed a lot of artistic freedom for the painting and design process and color choices. A lot of fun! I was responsible for painting all backgrounds and NPCs as well as some basic NPC animations.

Client: mmc games, http://mmc-games.de/game/martin-luther-auf-der-spur-ein-zeitreise-abenteuer/
Game: http://schulprojekte-reformation.de/spiel/

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Museum Archive

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Hidden Bunker

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Petri-Paul-Church (Eisleben, 1483)

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Cathedral School (Magdeburg, 1497)

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Dorm room (Erfurt, 1503)

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Augustinian Monastery (Erfurt, 1507)

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Holy Stairs (Rome, 1511)

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Tower room (Wittenberg, 1516)

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Cathedral of Halle (1517)

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Elster Gate (Wittenberg, 1520)

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Reichstag building (Worms, 1521)

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Forest around Bad Liebenstein (1521)

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Forest around Bad Liebenstein, extended (1521)

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Forest around Bad Liebenstein, night scene (1521)

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Wartburg castle (1522)

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Town church (1525)

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Banks of the Elbe

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Washing clothes at the banks of the Elbe

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Printers's shop (Jena, 1543)

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Luther's Death Chamber (Eisleben, 1546)