[Paid] Artist Needed - 2D Character, Single Frame $100

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by Kapz, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. Kapz

    Kapz New Member

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    Watermint Studios is paying $100 for an open character art asset request. We are accepting submissions until May 1 2012.

    The $100 is for a single frame 2D character image.

    Here is a link to details about the asset. The details can be found on the DETAILS tab at the link. To submit an image to us you can click the "UPLOAD" tab (also at the link).

    https://watermintstudios.com/Home/AssetDetails/8

    We appreciate your participation!

    For questions feel free to email info@watermintstudios.com
     
  2. Kapz

    Kapz New Member

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    2 Weeks Remaining

    two weeks remaining on the currently open character asset request.
     
  3. cordynasty

    cordynasty New Member

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    My only issue is that you're requiring people to upload before giving any pay. You're better off trying to contract someone instead, that way they can at least have some guarantee of a certain amount of the money up front.
     
  4. Forest

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    I would like to try

    I would like to try win that prize, but you haven't decided who won the previous one (https://watermintstudios.com/Home/AssetDetails/7) and I need to know if you liked my style or if I need to try something different...
     

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