[PAID] Environment Art - Chucklefish partnership

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by Anton Turley, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. Anton Turley

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    Hi, pixel artist Aton here! I've been an active game developer for over 12 years.

    Right now I'm the art director for an unannounced project being published by Chucklefish.
    (Some of their notable titles are Starbound, Wargroove, Stardew Valley, etc)

    We need a helping hand with some environment art & objects in a few locations.
    • All areas in the game have been rough sketched with pixels, you would be asked to put the details on the premade rooms.
    • The style is cartoony with bold outlines on most things.
    • The environments are not made with tiles, so copy/pasting chunks + touching up is encouraged for quicker production.
    • Examples:

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    Example of rough sketch room:

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    There are roughly 150 rooms that vary in size drastically (some further along in completion than others). With multiple artists currently working on the project, the scope of each artists job may vary depending on their experience. The time to be completed is open for negotiation on an individual basis. We are hoping to have all areas detailed within a few months.

    Payment will be through Paypal.

    We have had some issues with artists in the past having trouble matching the style, so we've made a sample game to demonstrate the style in full. Please be sure to try the style demo, and see if this project is right for you before contacting:

    Style Demo Download - here

    Please send portfolio links and price rates to recursive052@gmail.com or PM here.
    After sending portfolios, I will contact specific artists for a small paid demo to make sure you are able to match the current style.
     
    #1 Anton Turley, Nov 3, 2019
    Last edited: Nov 3, 2019

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