Freelance 2D Game Artist

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  1. 0Hayes

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    Hi,

    I'm a freelance 2D artist. I work with game assets, illustration and graphic design. I can adapt and create a large number of styles. From pixel art to something a little more illustrative I can find the right style to fit your project.

    Skills:
    Art Direction // Game Assets // Illustration // Graphic Design // Animation // Concept Art // Promotional Graphics // Pixel Art // Photoshop // Illustrator // Spine 2D

    If you would like a quote or have any questions about me or my work please get in touch.

    Portfolio: www.hayes2d.com
    Email: rob@hayes2d.com

    Regards,
    Rob

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    I've recently finished working on a multiplayer tetris-like .io game called infinitris.io in which I was tasked with designing it's art direction.

    You can read more about my process at http://hayes2d.com/Infinitris

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    If your game needs help with it's art direction, get in touch at rob@hayes2d.com
     
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    While working on Hyper Knights, I created its achievement icons. Here is how I did it:



    If you want to know more about the work I did on Hyper Knights, head to http://hayes2d.com/HyperKnights
     
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    Hey Folks,

    If you've ever wanted to know more about my process when designing a new style check this series out:

    Episode 1:

    Episode 2:


    Get in touch at rob@hayes2d.com if your game needs a new look!
     
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    Here's what I made in those last two videos:

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    If you need help finding the right look for your game get in touch at rob@hayes2d.com
     
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    Some games can have an unlimited number of potential styles, working from concept to final assets I can help find the perfect look.

    Email rob@hayes2d.com
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    Hi. Nice drawings. I'm doing a project and I need a vector artist. Could you do something like that?
     
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    Hi Andrey, thanks for getting in touch. That definitely looks like something I can help with. Feel free to shoot me an email at rob@hayes2d.com if you have any questions.
     
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    Find out more about my design process with episode 3 of my art direction series.
    If you need help finding the right look for your game get in touch at rob@hayes2d.com
     
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    “A gauntlet and his shepherd”

    Finding the right style doesn’t always have to start with level concepts.

    Need to find the right look for your game? www.hayes2d.com

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