Pixel Art for Hire (Small amount of work)

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  1. LeafsGames

    LeafsGames New Member

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    Hey there I'm looking for anyone that's wanting to brush up on their pixel art skills. I just need some sprites done for my game. You don't have to be all that good just need someone to help while I work on other things in the game.

    Thanks, for more information or to contact me: leafgarthe@gmail.com

    Here are a few screen shots of the game,
     

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  2. Mr Lovelock

    Mr Lovelock New Member

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    hey I saw your post and may be interested in helping you out. I have been into 8bit art most of my life and this year have decided to get into creating the art also as I would like to make a team for 8bit game creation. do get back to me if you would like to talk over your project and possibly sharing information of knowledge.
     
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    Hey your help would be much appreciated on this project, your experience sounds great. As for the team I would be glad to sort something like that out.
     
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    Sweet. So what did you have in mind concerning your own project?
     
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    Well i need a various amount of enemy sprites drawn out, that would include animations too(walking, jumping, attacking, that kinda thing)
     
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    What type of enemies? What is your game about? Is there a certain style you want to stick to?
     
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    I will get a list of the enemies for you(don't worry there wont be too many). My game is about a teddy bear and his friend that go on an adventure, its an action platformer(i can send you a playable version if you would like to feel out the game). The style should be somewhat similar to the one I have going
     
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    Sure a gd feel for the game will help
     
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    I agree. If you're still into this than when would you want to start
     
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    I apologise my friend as life and my own projects have now taken up more of my time than i imagined and i shant be able to help you in your endeavour. I wish you the best with your game :)
     
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    No worries I hope our paths will cross again
     
  12. VultureGD

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    Hello,

    I can try to give you a hand. I'm currently using a sort of pastel style (No shading) but I can outsource that if you want.
    I'm currently working on my own game with a friend but I'll be happy to help over the summer.
     

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