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Screenshots + Artists wanted

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I''m looking for artists to help me complete a project of mine. You can check out screenshots here: (currently using artwork either by me, or ''borrowed'' from various websites) http://www.fps.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Chaos/screenshots.html For more details of the game, check out this thread from the gamedev design forum: http://www.gamedev.net/community/forums/topic.asp?whichpage=1&pagesize=20&topic_id=96868 If any artists are interested in helping me, please e-mail at alastair.murray@blueyonder.co.uk or reply here. I primarily need character/monster models with animations, but I''ll also need map designers and 2D graphics for various screens. I have a pretty powerful object editor where you can apply all sorts of model effects such as those found in Quake3 but doing it all visually rather than in a script. I can import models for Quake2, Quake3, Half-Life or directly from 3DS-Max4 (with a bit of work), although bone models (like Half-Life''s) are most preferable due to memory considerations. Anyway, hope you like the screenshots, feedback is welcome. Just remember its all temporary artwork at the moment!

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Wow, your world editor and object editor are pretty impressive I''m generally not a fan of writing tools and most of mine have just been command-line deals, heh


codeka.com - Just click it.

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I hate writing tools too, but if you force yourself to do a good job or it, your productivity and quality will increase dramatically.

I''m not having much luck with finding artists yet.
Does anyone know any good spots artists like to hang out at so I can umm... try to pick some up? lol.

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