Adam Duncan, art director and “founding member” of Australian game studio League of Geeks, has died.
This news was confirmed by a news studio statement The article, posted late Sunday (February 11), described Duncan as a “dear friend” who is “dedicated to the craft he loves.”
“We are sad to announce the passing of our dear friend, colleague and long-time collaborator Adam Duncan,” the statement read. “Adam was a founding member of the League of Geeks and a respected art director, concept artist and animator. His stunning illustrations and character designs bring a unique, fun spirit and heart to our projects. His great sense of humor and gentle humility flowed into all of his work, into our games, and into the hearts and minds of millions of players.
“Adam dedicated himself to the craft he loved, and we feel incredibly lucky and forever grateful that he took us all into the beautiful world he dreamed of.” Thank you for your support. I will miss you.”
During his time at League of Geeks, Duncan created artwork used in digital strategy board games. armeroand concept art for grand strategy games. solium infernum roguelike management sim jump light odyssey.
Other League of Geeks employees also paid tribute to Duncan on social media.Studio Director Trent Custers I have written: “There aren't many people you can imagine working with every day for the rest of your life. Adam was one of them. A gentle giant of stature, temperament, and talent. One more project, one more dinner, one more chat.” What I would give for. I love you, buddy.”
League of Geeks co-founder and director Blake Mizzi said working with Duncan was an “absolute privilege.”he Posted: “I cherish the time we spent enjoying simple things together when we were flatmates. I can't believe you're gone.”
Co-founder Ty Carey echoed similar sentiments, calling Duncan “a lifelong friend and creative collaborator.”he Added“Despite his great talent, he was a kind and evolved human being who naturally cared only for those around him.”