Art Sells Games - 2D/3D Artist for hire.

Discussion in 'Art Portfolios' started by jakejohnson, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. jakejohnson

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    Jake Johnson
    www.ja-bob.com
    jake@ja-bob.com

    My 6 years of 2D/3D game experience makes your games look and sell better! View my portfolio at www.ja-bob.com and contact me if interested in my services. UI, illustrations, backgrounds, textures, logos, environment art 2D/3D. (no 3D characters or animation sorry)
     
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  2. kraz007

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    Nice portfolio, Jake. The navigation of the images is a bit dodgy on my Chrome.
     
  3. lennard

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    Good tag line. My experience is that art drives downloads, game play sells games.
     
  4. Digital Entanglement

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    I really like those mushroom characters :)
     
  5. jakejohnson

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    Exciting things coming up soon! Big showcase for stereoscopic iPad 2 game!

    @Lennard from my experience gameplay sells games as well, but bad art leaves rancid tastes in gamer's mouths. :) General casual gamers need great art to make the connection with the gameplay. It's all sort of a working collective.

    Thanks for checking out my site.
     
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    Available to work for Q1 of 2012!

    jake @ ja-bob . com
     

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