2D Artist for a simple project involving beans

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by yixue, Dec 25, 2016.

  1. yixue

    yixue New Member

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    I'm working on a game where the player flicks a bean at a monster.

    The game currently has no art, it requires the following:
    An animated gray scale monster character with an eat and idle animation

    Animated gray scale bean with an expression on its face when the player touches it
    Pause/main menu/end screen UI
    Environment art

    Video of the game in action:



    The feathers are the beans which the player must flick, the grey box in the middle is where the touch zone ends so the player cannot simply drag the beans into the monsters mouth.

    The monsters colour changes which coloured beans he can eat.

    Feel free to DM me with an estimation for how much this will cost.
     
  2. joblea

    joblea New Member

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    You can see some of my Portfolio at this link below.
    http://joblea.jimdo.com/pixel-art

    Please email me directly for a faster transaction:
    joblea (AT) live.co.uk

    My skype is: joblea

    Tnx, ^_^
     
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    PepperRacoon New Member

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  4. WildroosterGFX

    WildroosterGFX New Member

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    Hi there,

    If you could contact me at wildroostergfx@gmail.com,
    I can send you some portfolios and quotes,
    I work with vector and focus more on Cute and Cartoony stuff,
    Although i can do semi realistic,

    Anyway look forward to hearing from you,

    Daniel
    WRGFX
     
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