Like I said...it's just how I personally feel about it. I'm well aware of the history of game development tactics, specifically in the art department...I've worked with several clients in the industry. I'm not a fan of gore in any medium not specifically just games. Also, like I said talk is cheap. It's easy to suggest that someone just "goes to a different job" but everything isn't always as black and white as we'd like to think. Artist generally don't just get to "ask to be moved" I mean...you were brought on as an artist. And at that point you're not irreplaceable.
None of my comments suggested that this is new, or unnatural in business, like at all. I'm very familiar with the concept of referencing. But instead a personal disapproval. I think I've tried to make that clear.
Seems you already erased the memory that you dismissed the guy that said he asked to quit the employment he was making very good money for him and moved to something else because it was bad for him.
Well, this commentary wasn't directed specifically at this employee, but more of a general commentary...
I made a more direct comment about the employee earlier, that yes he can and has go find something else, but salary is often an issue when moving to a different position in this specific industry. Sometimes it's hard balancing what's "good for you" and making ends meet.
Last edited by Ljink96 - on 10 May 2019