Seeking Multiple Game Artists

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by Kapz, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. Kapz

    Kapz New Member

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    Watermint Studios is looking for talented character artists for the next round of assets. You can view the asset amounts we're willing to pay here. Right now, it's $100 per character (if chosen), image size is roughly 250px height and any width deemed needed by the artist.

    There's also other compensation available, such as recognition to your online portfolio. You can see all the different types of compensation here.

    We've had some awesome success from artists here, so we're hoping these next asset openings get some nice, creative masterpieces.

    To get real time status updates on our asset openings, be sure to Like us, +1 us, or Follow us.

    Thanks!!
     
  2. Reactor

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    Kapz, this is a help wanted topic, that's why it's now here. The other forum is for those advertising their services.
     
  3. WestLove

    WestLove Guest

    that's nice

    Wow, that's nice. The details are great!!
     
  4. Kapz

    Kapz New Member

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    Sorry! Thanks for the post move! We're going to open up more assets for those people interested. We realize maybe not everyone wants to work on characters, so next week we'll try our hand at some new assets. Thanks!
     

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