Hey there! I am a college student attending the University of St. Cloud in Minnesota. I have been an avid gamer ever since my dad put a controller in my hands, I grew up playing playstation and my gameboy. I find that vide games influence my art style and I like to include it in my art because it has been such a important part of me. I find that games are truly an artform and it is a great way to express an idea or concept.

Name: Ryan Pedesen
Age: 22
Interest: Drawing, Sketching, reading, Photography, watching movies, ,Dark Beer, Listening to 90's rock.
Fandoms: Legend of Zelda, Mario, Nintendo, Halo, Gundam, Amnesia, Alien, Aliens, Prometheus, Skyrim, Portal, Portal II, Final Fantasy IV, Doctor Who, Metroid, Walking Dead, H.P. Lovecraft, Harry Potter, Limbo, 90's/Classic/Alt/Punk rock, Horror games, Sci-fi, Fantasy






                                       Tesseract: Game Console

   Here is Part 1 of my final project for my 3D Problems Graphic Design class at St. Cloud State University. The project was to create packaging and a branding style for a product, or we could take something that already exists and change the branding style of that product. I chose to create a fake video game system called the Tesseract. 

   What you see here is the packaging for the Tesseract. The Main box that contains the console, the controller, and the cables. All of them in their own boxes but also in a main rectangle box. Each box has a matchbox style to them, each is a tray within a hard paper covering for easy storage of their contents.

Video Game Box Art

I’m doing a project for class where I have to design a product line so I am going to design a product line based on video game packaging. I am thinking of creating games I have been constructing in my head and use that as part of my product line but I am also asking indie game developers if I can have their permission to use their titles in my product line I have gotten permission to make the Anodyne box art, anybody know any others?