Map Artist Needed for a PSP Indie RPG.

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by Delmaschio, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. Delmaschio

    Delmaschio New Member

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    Blackwolf

    Brief description:
    After 2 years working on PC RPG Titles as an Indie Developer, I decided to take a new step into the consoles. Blackwolf is working on it's debut RPG Title.

    Environment Design: We will use painted maps to give a 8 directional, isometric feeling to the game while it will still use 2D and not 3D, for reference in what we want to accomplish, please have a look at this:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V62DUZYhDHc

    Target aim:
    PSP/PSN/Iphone

    Compensation:
    It will be a 8 month development cycle, which will require 4 sets ( a set would be a location and it's areas) per month. Payment is 400USD a month, a contract will be signed.

    Technology:
    NovaShell Game Creation System.

    Website:
    None as of yet.

    Contacts:
    raphaeldelmaschio@hotmail.com
     
  2. Jim Buck

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    Out of curiosity, what middleware are you using to develop the game on the PSP, PS3, and iPhone?
     
  3. Busted Ed

    Busted Ed New Member

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    Hi, I'd like to work with you, would you accept someone working experimentaly?
    I don't have too mutch experience, but if you want I could work with you and if you think I'm good enough, then you'd choose what you'd be able to pay me. I'm still looking for some gigs so no problem.
     

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