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Hello All, 

 

I'm looking for an artist or artists to contribute to a small project I have been working on.

 

Since this is my first post on this forum, I'll begin with a small intro:

 

About me:

I am a programmer with experience in Java, Scala, OpenGL, C#, and a few other languages.

I am a comp sci graduate and have a good handle on algorithms, graphics processing, and implementation in general.

I have also played around on Unity for a bit.

I am based in the US and currently have a full time job unrelated to game development.

 

About my Project:

I intend for it to be a mobile game.

The genre will be a puzzler which involves shortest path determination.

-I can fill you in on the theme and other details if we decide to collaborate

It is based on the Unity engine, and I have already programmed most of the mechanics.

 

What you will be doing:

2D art for the background-- I want it to look very simple and clean with simple shapes, gradients, and shading.

3D art for terrain and character -- preferably blend files with included textures and animations or other unity-compatible formats

 

In general, I want the art to be clean, low-poly, and and simplistic

 

Please drop me a post if you would be interested.

Thank you!

 

 

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Shoot me an email if you are still working on this. I am a Game Art and Design Student with a little unity and u4 xp. I mainly focus on backgrounds and hard surface modeling, textures and "low poly" work.

 

Here is my info,

 

BTW, as an artist i need to know if its being sold or for learning purposes. 

 

Portfolio: Behance.net/kfoster01

Email: Kfostergraphics@gmail.com

Skype: Kevin.Foster01

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