Future Game Design Career

Scholarship Entrant: James from Saint Louis, MO
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for James: 2

Game Design is one of my passions since I was young I have played games and not only that but created my own. When I was a teen I was fascinated by the design of the characters, illustration, code, and I decided to create my own. I wasn’t the best at creating games but at that time I was a kid and now I understand the process of making games better. Game Design is a field which keeps growing every day, the 3D technology they use now is astounding, and I thought I was seeing a non-frictional movie, it’s changed from leaps and bounds than the games I played in the past. I would change the world with game design by distinguishing myself from others and making games which everyone can learn from and be involved in my fan base along with inspiring youth to pursue their own dream in whatever it may be. I may decrease deaths and crimes of the youth now and when they grow up to be adults by just doing my career game design. I’m already in college to get my game design degree and creating my portfolio to demonstrate my work to big companies, so that’s a step in the right direction. I guess the next few steps in my goals is to just draw and keep creating games on a daily basis before and after I start my career while just being headstrong by selling myself and using social media to get discovered.

Vote for James: 2

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