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#1 selfconfessedcynic

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 09:00 AM

A Lincolncast Interview with Josh Foreman (Arenanet Environment Artist) [Explicit]

Hey guys!
We haven't been updating on these forums for a while (back to work, games to play, no time!), but I'm happy to bring y'all a very special episode of The Lincolncast.

This week we're posting our lengthy interview with Josh Foreman, Arenanet environment artist extraordinaire. For those who don't know of him, he's worked on both Guild Wars games with recent claims to fame being the Halloween celebrations (eg. designing the Halloween jumping puzzle) and the Wintersday Airship.

But in the end it's still kindof a normal episode of The Lincolncast as well. Just with, uno, someone who actually knows what they're talking about.

Streaming (audio only):



Show Notes

Intro music: "The Pentagon" by The Hamster Alliance

Featured Members:  selfconfessedcynic, Dourin, No0b0rAmA, Thurbleton, Shinboy630

Run time: 2:05:20

Topics for the week:
  • We talk to Josh about The Hobbit, Games vs Movies, what he's been playing and (of course), Cosplay.
  • GW2 stuff starts at 43 mins (though there's some of it through the beginning too)
  • We ask a mess of community questions, and hear about Josh's past, present and future.
  • Want to find out more about the Lion's Arch statue? A mysterious room? Never-before-heard details behind some of the city designs? Tune in!
Plugs! Enjoy! Also, feel free to leave some criticism or feedback - [email protected] or @TheLincolncast on Twitter.

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