View Full Version : Game Beep - Buy and sell textures/models. [images]

08-23-2007, 05:45 PM
Artists and Game Developers,

Buy and sell textures, models, audio, and sprites for games at www.gamebeep.com (http://www.gamebeep.com). We've just rewritten Game Beep from the ground up and made numerous improvements, including better tools for managing your products, a cleaner interface, search engine friendly URLs for every product, and many more.


* Sell textures, models, and sprites online and earn 75% of the profit.

* We're spending money on Google Adwords advertising. That's advertising for your product that you don't have to spend.

* Your product will get a search-friendly URL.

* We've been paying our artists for over 2 years. The new payment system is completely automated and integrated into Paypal.

- Bret

http://www.gamebeep.com/product_images/11/alpha7.jpg http://www.gamebeep.com/product_images/25/no_parking_thumbnail.jpg http://www.gamebeep.com/product_images/21/medieval.jpg

Here are some of our top selling products:

Medieval Building Textures (http://www.gamebeep.com/textures/Medieval-Building-Textures)
Sci Fi Textures (http://www.gamebeep.com/textures/Alpha7-Sci-Fi-Textures)
Woodland Tree Pack (http://www.gamebeep.com/models/Woodland-Tree-Pack)

08-24-2007, 10:49 AM
I think you have an excellent idea with this site. However, you should also consider adding sounds, music, etc. There's alot of music composers making zilch who would love to earn extra money licensing their stuff to games. Get some sound fx paks, etc. With a name like gamebeep there should be some audio goodies as well! :)

The 75% commision for media developers is an excellent rate btw. Good luck with the site!

08-25-2007, 03:33 AM
Sell !

hmm... *Really* interesting... paypal supported...great.

I will seriously consider it. And I like the part of the art quality is reviewed before admission. I guess once it grows, will be harder to do this, but I don't worry much about that.

Hey, perhaps a linky in your site about terms, or stuff, in certain very well known company doing this, they have a weird forms to fill and fax for non USA residents, with really hard to understand instructions for non english speakers(indeed, this happens in two famous places I can remember now)...which surely has stopped a load of artists to sign in even...Mostly is to know if there's some catch or if the pay/registration system is overcomplex. I haven't yet registered, so I don't know.

08-25-2007, 03:36 AM
btw, aren't the prices a bit too low ? I mean, compare with prices with other sites...Hmmm...I guess one is free to rise that...Though I'd put there a model way cheaper than in other known places...as the percentage and other stuff, in those other places, make the artist receive way smaller portion for his work.

I like also you provide many categories, not only models. I can do all 2d, 3d and drawings, so it's really interesting...Hope you work heavily on SEO ;)

08-25-2007, 05:20 AM
It's ok, seems is clear enough (the conditions, etc)