[PAID] Looking for experienced pixel artist for tileset design

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  1. Fr3eZer

    Fr3eZer New Member

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    Hello,

    ---Who are we---
    We are 2 guys creating a new game together with the team we’re hiring. Our game is based on the monster-capture genre, some background information on it can be found in our older post here: http://pixeljoint.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=24638&PN=1.

    ---What will you be doing?---
    At the moment we are looking for an experienced tileset/map designer, who can take the lead on our tileset-design.
    You will be working with our current tileset designer, to create new tilesets, and improve existing ones.

    We expect you to be able to create the full experience for every area in the game, an entire atmosphere/environment for cities and dungeons, based on an existing textual concept. Of course we will stay involved with the design as well, give feedback and brainstorm together with the designers.

    Below you will see some examples of our current assets.
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    ---Interested?---
    Are you the one that can help us make this game become a big success? Or do you have any questions? Mail us at coromonthegame@gmail.com. Please mention in your reply:
    -Your expected hourly wage
    -Some examples of your work/portfolio

    Kind regards,

    Team Coromon
     
  2. DigitalShock

    DigitalShock New Member

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    I think we can do this for you, what is the start date and deadline date for your project? I work with Digital Shock, more info about us at digitalshock.net or feel free to email me at info@digitalshock.net. Thanks!
     

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