Creative Uncut is creating video game art galleries
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patrons

$2
per month
Hi! I'm David Carillet, creator and administrator of the video game art website Creative Uncut. Thanks for having a look at my page!

Since 2003, I've endeavored to build a website that could one day earn the title of largest curated collection of video game art galleries in the world. As a kid, I spent much time searching for artwork from my favorite video games, but was often disappointed by the lack of resources and quality of the materials. Many images were tiny or obscured by ugly watermarks placed by the website hosting them.

As an adult, and realizing I had the opportunity to provide a resource for the next generation of video game art anthusiasts, I set out to create the kind of website that I always wished was around when I was younger. Character designs, concept art, line art sketches, promotional pieces -- I collect them all and feature the pieces in organized galleries, categorized by game title. You won't find any watermarks placed by Creative Uncut on the images.

Today, the website is home to tens of thousands of artworks from hundreds of games, all of them manually optimized and titled for an easy browsing experience. I'm incredibly appreciative of and motivated by all the support from visitors over the years who have shared my love for video game art and helped popularize the site. I'll do my best to keep growing it. Thank you!

Why I'm on Patreon

One of the challenges through the years has been creating content while also realizing the need to display banner advertisements to support what I do. The ads I use generate a small amount of revenue when they appear on a page (not when they are clicked), but the proliferation of AdBlock usage has made this business model increasingly challenging, and the future of the site more and more uncertain. I see Patreon as a potential solution for AdBlock users who don't wish to see ads but still wish to support Creative Uncut.

So how does Patreon work? It's pretty simple, you just pledge a small amount of money to a content creator you wish to support. Say, for example, $1. You can cancel after one pledge or continue to support them monthly. Since it's a crowd-funding concept, every little bit adds up.

Any pledges I receive from Patreon will be used to cover the website's bandwidth hosting costs, as well as enable me to spend more time making the site the best it can be.
Tiers
AdBlock Absolution
$1 or more per month 3 patrons
  • With a dollar invested in the creation of video game art galleries, you can fire up AdBlock without guilt.
  • You'll have my sincere gratitude for your patronage. (disclaimer: gratitude is non-returnable)
Hi! I'm David Carillet, creator and administrator of the video game art website Creative Uncut. Thanks for having a look at my page!

Since 2003, I've endeavored to build a website that could one day earn the title of largest curated collection of video game art galleries in the world. As a kid, I spent much time searching for artwork from my favorite video games, but was often disappointed by the lack of resources and quality of the materials. Many images were tiny or obscured by ugly watermarks placed by the website hosting them.

As an adult, and realizing I had the opportunity to provide a resource for the next generation of video game art anthusiasts, I set out to create the kind of website that I always wished was around when I was younger. Character designs, concept art, line art sketches, promotional pieces -- I collect them all and feature the pieces in organized galleries, categorized by game title. You won't find any watermarks placed by Creative Uncut on the images.

Today, the website is home to tens of thousands of artworks from hundreds of games, all of them manually optimized and titled for an easy browsing experience. I'm incredibly appreciative of and motivated by all the support from visitors over the years who have shared my love for video game art and helped popularize the site. I'll do my best to keep growing it. Thank you!

Why I'm on Patreon

One of the challenges through the years has been creating content while also realizing the need to display banner advertisements to support what I do. The ads I use generate a small amount of revenue when they appear on a page (not when they are clicked), but the proliferation of AdBlock usage has made this business model increasingly challenging, and the future of the site more and more uncertain. I see Patreon as a potential solution for AdBlock users who don't wish to see ads but still wish to support Creative Uncut.

So how does Patreon work? It's pretty simple, you just pledge a small amount of money to a content creator you wish to support. Say, for example, $1. You can cancel after one pledge or continue to support them monthly. Since it's a crowd-funding concept, every little bit adds up.

Any pledges I receive from Patreon will be used to cover the website's bandwidth hosting costs, as well as enable me to spend more time making the site the best it can be.

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Tiers
AdBlock Absolution
$1 or more per month 3 patrons
  • With a dollar invested in the creation of video game art galleries, you can fire up AdBlock without guilt.
  • You'll have my sincere gratitude for your patronage. (disclaimer: gratitude is non-returnable)