AuthorTopic: [PAID] High-end Pixel Artist(s) for fighting game  (Read 1216 times)

Offline Benjamin L

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[PAID] High-end Pixel Artist(s) for fighting game

on: January 07, 2021, 04:18:20 am
Hello there! My name is Benjamin and my team is working on a  fresh take on the platform fighter genre with new mechanics and features.

Quick gameplay video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDxIbrQiuTM

The idea of our game once fully implemented is to have tag-team mechanics just like Marvel vs Capcom or Tekken Tag Tournament. Where players are on a team against others as they work together and tag in and out of battle! Our team is looking for animators who can produce the same quality animations at a reasonable price. The style we went with in terms of design and graphics was Street Fighter 3. With smooth and fluid animations done in pixel form!

The fighting game we're working on is called Project: Sentinels and has been in the works since late 2019. We're looking for talented animators who can maintain our current in-game art style. Additional details including timeline, pricing, and more will be discussed upon interview.

You can contact our team at SnailWhaleJobs@outlook.com. We would love to see your work and past projects for a good reference!






Offline Eiskapism

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Re: [PAID] High-end Pixel Artist(s) for fighting game

Reply #1 on: March 01, 2021, 04:29:48 pm
Hey, i'm Damien, aka Eisk.
I'm interested about your project.

I worked on a pixel art fighting game last year, based on a corporation (you play the cleaner guy against the comunity mannager, and others...).

I know what it's look like to work on that kind of project, how many animation you have to do with few frames.

Visit my artstation if you wanna see my stuff:
https://www.artstation.com/eisk

and especialy on that fighting game here:
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/D5dWxy

If you wanna contact me, send me an email here:
eiskapismfrommars@gmail.com

Berst regards,
Damien