Creative Dundee

Two Minutes w/ Pocket Sized Hands

Pocket Sized Hands are a team of passionate, talented and dedicated people that love making games and creative experiences. Based in sunny Dundee, they are an independent game studio with extensive experience across a wide range of platforms. They work with a number of different clients, big and small. 

In this conversation, we hear from Robin Lawrence, an artist and pixel-wrangler at Pocket Sized Hands, and an Abertay University and Dare Academy alumnus. He can usually be found watering his army of houseplants, watching trashy horror films, or on Twitter @restbread. We also hear from Wan Daniel Farhan is an artist at Pocket Sized Hands – a Malaysian who moved to sunny Dundee just a few years ago, worked on award-winning films and games, is a Masters graduate of Abertay University, and took part in Dare Academy. You can find his shenanigans on Twitter at @AvocaDaniel!

This feature is brought to you by Creative Dundee in partnership with InGAME – creating space to explore the future of the creative industries and video games sectors, locally.

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