Nina Kiel

Illustration | Game Design | Comics

Anonymous asked: Hallo Nina, ich schreibe gerade eine BAC Arbeit über Geschlechterdarstellung in Computer- und Videospielen, und wollte fragen wann dien Buch denn erscheinen wird, da es als Quelle sicher hilfreich wäre.

Hey, hey! Aller Voraussicht nach wird das Buch in vier Wochen veröffentlicht und Genaueres hoffentlich bald über die Verlagsseite in Erfahrung zu bringen sein:

http://www.verlagdrkovac.de/978-3-8300-7750-3.htm

Vielen Dank für dein Interesse - und viel Erfolg weiterhin bei der Erstellung deiner Bachelor-Arbeit!

Finally.

These are three illustrations I made for the magnificent, the terrific, the incomparable german podcast "Der Weisheit", which I hereby recommend to each and every (german speaking) person in this world. Listen to it. Now. You won’t regret it.

Working on a new cover illustration for my soon-to-be-published, revised and updated Bachelor thesis (which is why I haven’t been able to post anything else lately). Three days to go! I’m really looking forward to receiving the first printed copies, which will possibly happen in early May.

Working on a new cover illustration for my soon-to-be-published, revised and updated Bachelor thesis (which is why I haven’t been able to post anything else lately). Three days to go! I’m really looking forward to receiving the first printed copies, which will possibly happen in early May.

The Global Game Jam is a huge mystery to me. I just spent almost two entire days in a room full of people most of which I didn’t know, staring at the screen of my Laptop, trying not to fall off a seat which was a literal pain in the arse, battling the ever-growing sleep deficit by simply drowning it in coffee. And I really enjoyed it.

My lovely team and I even managed to make a game while staring at the ever-growing dark circles under each others eyes. It’s called “The Observer”:

It’s a game about how assuming different roles changes the way things are being seen. And how it changes what is seen at all, or what may remain invisible – because it does not seem important to the observer.

http://globalgamejam.org/2014/games/observer-0