Require 3 pixel art animated sprites. Paid work, more to follow.

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by Andrew Smith, Jun 14, 2017.

  1. Andrew Smith

    Andrew Smith New Member

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    Hi. I'm looking to hire someone to make 3 pixel art animated character sprites. One WW2-era British soldier, a German soldier, and a German commander.

    Size: 64x64 pixels.

    Animations for the British soldier: idle / run / jump / climb / run+shoot / stand+shoot / die
    Animations for the German soldiers: run / climb / run+shoot / die

    I have a particular style in mind. I've tried to contact this artist but unfortunately he hasn't replied:
    https://www.gamedevmarket.net/asset/pixel-art-military-platformer-assets-8271/

    However I'm very open to you bringing your own style to the game, as long-term I'll be looking to hire you to produce all of the other characters and level graphics. I just can't afford to do that right now.
     
  2. AniMerrill

    AniMerrill New Member

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    Are you still looking for artists? If so I am available to do commissions and would be more than happy to negotiate an agreement for these three characters with possibly some discounts since it's such a large order.

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    See http://www.animerrill.com/commissions for full details or email me at ethan @ animerrill.com or DM me if you are interested! Thanks
     
  3. joblea

    joblea New Member

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    I am perfect for the job, my portfolio and solid experience will speak for itself.
    I'm very flexible, dedicated, reliable and can do any style of Pixel Artwork.

    You can see some of my Portfolio at this link below.
    http://joblea.jimdo.com/pixel-art

    Please email me directly for a faster transaction:
    joblea@live.co.uk

    My skype is: joblea

    Tnx, ^_^
     

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