Looking for a Programmer/Game Designer/Animator for a potential $10k grant game project.

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by anubeast, Aug 24, 2018.

  1. anubeast

    anubeast New Member

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm an experienced artist working in the game industry for many years. I do mostly 2D art asset, concept art or illustration. I think i can adapt to any style except pixel art, anime or something too cartoonish.

    I'm looking for a Programmer/Game Designer/Animator to collaborate with me to work on a short game prototype. We have about 2-3 weeks to work on that demo, to pitch for a potential $10k grant to finish the demo into a commercial ready game in 6 months. It can be either PC or mobile game. As long as it can show it has market potential and profit-making. I don't have any solid game ideas yet and i'm open to suggestions. But if you already have some good prototype laying around, it would make the progress faster. I can only do the art part, if you could do most of the bulk of the other work, it would be great. If not, we will look for a third partner.

    Art style similar to Ori the Blind Forest, Steam Dig World, Rayman...would be something that i would like to explore if possible, but i am not set. I can also consider doing Plant vs Zombie, Spelunky....sorta style. Genre can be anything 2D, platformer, match 3, tower defense , top down .....

    Some of my work:

    https://i.imgur.com/CPUMHwR.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/almSNS1.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/B3jlnpC.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/a7CHUfh.jpg

    My main website : http://alientan.daportfolio.com/gallery/63613

    Anyone interested can pm me. Thanks for looking.
     
  2. Jordan Winslow

    Jordan Winslow New Member

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    Love your art!

    I hope you find a team to work with, it's tough to make good games that require physics and tons of animation without a few people to help out. Doing it with just one or two is quite the task.

    Visual novels on the other hand... it's more about the art, the story and the music. Have you considered working on a visual novel? I found that even with my limited programming knowledge I could design a Visual Novel fairly easily. And they aren't as limited as you may think, it's possible to make imagemaps where the user can navigate around a location, set timed encounters, manage inventories...

    Are you interested in horror at all? I'm looking for an artist for a horror VN but I didn't look through your entire gallery.
     
  3. AcetheSuperVillain

    AcetheSuperVillain New Member

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    I'm unclear. You are looking for one person who is Programmer/Game Designer/Animator or are you filling all these rolls separately? I can do Animating well, Game Designing okay and maybe Programming a little, but not on such a tight timeline.
     

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