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Unpaid Work / [Rev-Share] Sci-Fi platformer project.
« on: February 11, 2015, 06:00:57 pm »
Well like everyone in this forum apparently my team needs a 2D Pixel Artist, now who would've thought that?
Basically we have gotten to the point where we don't have the time to do the art ourselves as we need to get going on
aspects of the project that we each specialize in. That's where you (The amazingly awesome artist.) come in.

Our ideal artist would have the following abilities:
- The ability to meet reasonable deadlines.
- The ability to utilize image editing software proficiently.
- The ability to create pixel art that is not just a shrunken image. (We get applicants like this way too often.)
- The ability to create 16-bit sprites.
- The ability to create 16-bit scenery.
- The ability to anime sprites/scenery.

Our team currently consists of:
- A proven writer
- A proven musician
- A proven, and professionally educated programmer
- A project manager/designer

What tools are you guys using in the development process?
Well we are using industry standard tools, our game engine is fully licensed and we are using a document sharing
platform, as well as an IM platform.

How is the revenue split for this project?
The revenue is an even split of any revenue after deductions such as operational costs, publishing fees, and
licensing fees. These fees don't actually amount to much.

Can you tell me a little about the game?
The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world which is overgrown in alien flora/fauna. The character starts out by crash landing
and coming across a quirky alien which sets the character upon their adventure. It will be a 16bit MetroidVania that will make
use of interesting tools, menacing bosses, and interesting logic puzzles.

I am screening about 10 applicants per day so don't hesitate to apply even if you don't think you will get it, we might need
multiple artists! Don't be intimidated we are novices ourselves!

If you are interested in working with us, fire an email towards: , I will respond to you promptly
and give you further instructions for our screening process.

Job offers / Need 2D Pixel Artist (Concept/Animation)
« on: February 10, 2015, 12:38:20 am »
Hey my name is Jae and I am the manager a small indie team that has a large project in the works.

**Our team currently consists of**
A Programmer (He is doing the art and animations currently.)
Marketing/Team manager

The project is already in the works with completed plot and general planning finished. This project
is scheduled to go through a crowd-funding phase which will happen after we finish the MVP (Minimum viable product), an MVP is needed to show in-game footage for many purposes. The funds from the crowd-funding will be used to cover operational expenses (Web hosting, exhibiting etc.), and compensate team members. Once we get through crowd-funding and we finish our product we are set to go through Steam Greenlight.

There are set milestones in place to make the work load easy to manage, and a lot of the work is being done during team-members free time. So think of this as a hardcore hobby that will make money once it's completed.

**Your job**
Dependent on your skills as a 2D artist you will either be doing concept art (Prepping sprites for our current animator to rig.) or taking over the animation allowing our programmer to dive into development in Unity.

**Your skills**
Previous skills with 2D pixel art design.
Ability to make use of image editing software such as GIMP or Adobe PhotoShop effectively.

It would be wise to have some sort of portfolio ready proving that you are able to make digital art, this can be anything from a DeviantArt profile or private copies of previous works.

If you are interested or would like to find out more about the position please send me an email at: and I will reply to you promptly.

Thank you for your time,

Jae S.
Team Manager

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