2D Artist looking for programmer partner

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by Bahototh, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. Bahototh

    Bahototh New Member

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    Hello,

    I do 2D art and animation. Would like to find a serious programmer partner for collaboration.
    Preferably PC (itch/Steam). We would both decide on games and share profits.
    I like arcade games, roguelikes, puzzle, action etc.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    pixel blog/portfolio: https://bahototh.blogspot.fi/
     
  2. GameDevJET

    GameDevJET New Member

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    Hey Bahototh,

    I was looking at your art and looks really interesting. Do you work in another style besides pixel art? For example, can you do something close to Another World's visual style?
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    What about GUI?

    Thanks for your time!

    JET
     
  3. Underwolf Studios

    Underwolf Studios New Member

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    Would you be interested in working in a team as an artist?
     
  4. RikTheGuy

    RikTheGuy New Member

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    Hi Bahatoth! I am Rik , I am a programmer and believe me I was looking for someone just like you. I would love to form a team with you.

    We can discuss terms afterwards. Please message me directly.

    Note : If you don't choose me ( -_- ) you will lose a potential friend too ( -_- )
    Nice to meet ya :D
     

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