Final Equinox looking for 2D and 3D artists

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by kevin.sawall, Sep 23, 2017.

  1. kevin.sawall

    kevin.sawall New Member

    Jul 11, 2016
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    Current Positions:

    3D hard surface modeler - You will have the opportunity to work off of our concept art to create and texture spaceship models to be used in the game.

    2D Artist- A 2D concept artist to help with character, vehicle, and environmental design.

    Final Equinox: The Arrival is a turn based space combat sci-fi role playing game with a unique combat system. The main character is a newly appointed star ship admiral whose fleet encounters a new enemy in deep space. The game takes place in a complex world filled with multiple different races, in the midst of political upheaval. Rules and feel of the game hark back to the days of old school role-playing games,where combat is difficult and the game forces players into morally compromising situations.

    Our website can be found here Experience in Unreal Engine is appreciated, but not required. Looking for someone who is hard working, passionate, and has a genuine enthusiasm and passion for game development, as well as role playing games. This project is a revenue share project.

    Requirements: Inventive and innovative personality Works well in a collaborative environment. Understanding of digital art ability to help us bring our world to life

    Pluses: Interest in Computer Role Playing Games Avid gamer Interest in Science Fiction Ability to help in multiple areas

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