[Rev-Share] Game for social change - 2D animator needed

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by Pat Gamble, Mar 25, 2017.

  1. Pat Gamble

    Pat Gamble New Member

    Aug 1, 2016
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    Hello, Tinman Studios, LLC (www.tinmanstudios.net) is looking to add some talent to their 2D team!

    We are tackling the hard subject of child abuse. We are taking this game very seriously, and we will have a happy ending. We want to bring kids in this horrible situation hope, and let them know there is help for them, and also let them know that it's not their fault; among other things. We also want to show others who have gone through this already, the same thing, it was never their fault, and they can still be "good" people, that they can fight depression, anxiety, and all the emotional hardships that come out of this kind of home.

    To the point:
    • 2D sidescroller
    • Unity engine
    • Exploration game
    • Tell the story of Emmalee's life from child to adult
    • Use music, lighting, and color to express emotion
    • Tell a powerful story of struggle with a constant ray of hope intertwined
    We are passionate about this project, and we would want you to be as well if you come to join it. We know it's a heavy subject, and it gets emotional and weighty when you do a game like this, but we believe it to be worth it.

    Looking for:
    • 2D sprite animator
    • If this is a project you would feel passionate about, we want to hear from you. There will be other, similar, projects we might be able to use you on, so feel free to holler at use even though you're not on this list.
    If this interests you please contact me by email: patgamble@tinmanstudios.net, check out the website: www.tinmanstudios.net, or jump into our discord server: https://discord.gg/9v2RJWW - please pm pat gamble after joining.

    Thank you! Looking forward to hearing from you!

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