Spronx

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Hi guys,
it's Andy from StriX Interactive
 
We're looking for new people to join our team on this incredible adventure of developing Blood Oath (open world fantasy RPG). We're aiming to start a Kickstarter campaign in October or November.
We work in Unity.
 
Currently looking for:
- LEVEL DESIGNER - who can work with gaia or map magic or terrain composer.
- 3D ARTIST
 
This is not a paid job until we've launched a succesful Kickstarter campaign.
 
If you are interested in our project, would like to apply and/or like to know more about it, feel free to contact us via our Facebook page,
 
Have a great day! :)
 
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Hi there.

I am an artist with working experience in art, graphic and 3D animation. I have won a worldwide art competition for my Illustrations and am have designed concept art for a games that have unfortunately ran out of funding.I am interested in joining and see if we can create some really cool material. Hope you like my work. Thanks mate. Andy. 

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