Lead Technical Artist
Grin

(Privately Held; Computer Games industry)
November 2008 — August 2009 (10 months)


During 2009 I’ve been working in the pre-production and full production of two unannounced, and now canceled projects called “Fortress” and “Blue Steel” for two different major Japanese publishers.
http://www.linkedin.com/in/eriklindqvist

Blue Steel? The only Japanese character I could think of that’s blue and metallic is…Mega Man. I’m going to guess that’s what the “un-announced 2d action platformer for XBLA/PSN” was.

Confusing teaser Spanish animation studio did for untitled Grin Barcelona game is confusing and pretty, and probably has something to do with ninjas.

Wanted 2 is a sequel of Wanted: Weapons of fate which was made at Grin Barcelona.
http://www.google.com/search?q="wanted+2"+"grin+barcelona"

Guessing that is was “Cult” was by the image URLs.

Environmental assets from GRIN’s unreleased projects.

Concept art for an “unreleased [GRIN] project” that is probably “Fortress.”

Lead Technical Artist
Grin

(Privately Held; Computer Games industry)
November 2008 — August 2009 (10 months)

During 2009 I’ve been working on the preproduction for an unannounced, and now canceled project with the production name “Fortress” for Square Enix. It mainly included documentation and design of new game play systems and art production guidelines as well as research into how to solve the graphical scenes presented in the game design document.

Assets from Grin’s unreleased titles “Cult” and “Fortress” (guessing the latter is the Final Fantasy project) and Zootfly’s TimeO.

Edit: I originally said “former,” but I was looking at the order of the games on the page, not the order of the games in this post.

Environment/3D Artist
Grin

(Privately Held; Computer Games industry)
March 2006 — August 2009 (3 years 6 months)

I worked at Grin as a Environment/3D artist, modeling and texturing.
I worked on Bionic Commando, Terminator and a unannounced Final Fantasy project.
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/tomislav-spajic/15/174/439

I’m going to assume “a unannounced Final Fantasy project” was that “unreleased masterpiece” mentioned in the founder’s statement about GRIN’s closure.