[Rev-Share] 2D Arists needed for JRPG

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  1. ItsKhanny

    ItsKhanny New Member

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    What is Project Angel?
    Project Angel is a JRPG being developed in Unity by a newly formed team. Taking place on the fictional world of Gaia, a war between humans and demons is about to take the turn for the worst as a cast of 5 unique characters must work together in order to stop this war from becoming something far more dangerous than it currently is. Using a similar approach to the art used in Octopath Traveler, we aim to create a 3D world filled with 2D characters. We do not plan on using any mechanics featured in Octopath Traveler as we are trying to create our own experience.

    What we are looking for?
    We are looking for 2D artists who can create art for the game. The unique challenge is create art that can fit inside a 3D world and not look out of place. Ideally, we are looking for a pixel artist who can create complex art, but any style is welcomed as we do not have a set style yet.


    Who are we?
    We are a new team going by the name, Wreckless Interactive. As a new team, there are only 2 of us within the team. We consist of a experienced narrative designer and a programmer/designer. We are developing our first title, temporarily named Project Angel. We are looking for new people to join the team as we continue developing this game.


    Interested?
    If you are interested in joining the team, you may contact us by email. Please include a portfolio of your work as we wish to properly assess your work.
    Email: peckjakob54@gmail.com
     
  2. JoyFreak

    JoyFreak New Member

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    Wow, sounds very interesting. Would love to keep tab on your project! Keep us updated!
     

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