Artists wanted for 3d low poly zelda-like game

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by João Vítor Marcenes, Jul 13, 2018.

  1. João Vítor Marcenes

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    Hey, My name is João and I'm starting as a indiedev as a hobbyist
    I have assembled a team (still unnamed) for a small project, the team, as of the time I'm writing this, consists of a programmer/designer (me), an artist and a sound design guy
    However, the art process is taking longer than imagined and We'd like to make progress faster, so we're looking for a artists that can do low poly models, for both characters and/or enviroment assets, rigging and animation

    The game takes inspirations in titles such as Zelda, Horizon Zero Dawn, Tunic, Bastion and Metroidvaniagames
    The player awakens in a unknow world, and must explore if he wish to progress, this world is slowly being taken over by the corruption, and is up to the player if he decides to stay good or become corrupt himself

    So far in the game development we've got the main design and lore set, and a simple movement system I made
    The next goals will be start to get the models, the combat system, and the enemy/npc AI

    for contact: jvcmv.jvcmarcenes@gmail.com
    game discussion takes place in a discord server.
     

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