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[Paid] Pixel Artist for Hire

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Hi, I'm currently open for commission. I offer affordable prices, fast-delivery, and quality sprites and tiles.
If you're interested, the best way to contact me is via email (, discord (revangale#2393), or skype (revangale.c)
My portfolio can be found here:
Some work:


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If you're seeking "paid work". This post needs to be under "contractors". Not "hobbyist".


...UNLESS you are ok with trying a rev-share project.

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