[Rev Share] [D&D SRPG] Need a pixel artist for environment design

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  1. balthatrix

    balthatrix New Member

    Feb 24, 2017
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    Twisting Path Entertainment is looking for a talented pixel artist to help with developing the environments on our game, Season of Arena. It is a retro-style tactics RPG built on 5th edition open gaming content, where there are mechanics like stealth/vision, terrain, d20 rolling, and multi-classing to name a few.

    Here are a couple screenshots from a skirmish I was doing earlier today:
    Screen Shot 2017-10-22 at 2.32.28 PM.png Screen Shot 2017-10-22 at 2.33.30 PM.png
    ^The animations are modular and "What you see is what you get"

    We currently are in the late stages of producing a playable demo, and which will include tutorials and a few encounters.
    This person will have the following responsibilities:
    -Produce new tilesets and iterate on existing tilesets
    -Produce new and iterate on existing icons, and other ui assets
    -Help to produce marketing material

    We will set up interviews to find an ideal candidate with the following traits/experience:
    -At least 1 playable game in a similar style
    -History of a self-managed work style
    -10-15 hours per week to dedicate to the project
    -Passion for tactical rpg games, and various editions of D&D

    Our current team is lightweight; we work fast:
    Jeron Paraiso -- Unity Programmer/Project Lead
    Jed Crouch -- Composer
    Abel Korsmit -- Pixel Art Animations/UI Design
    Shawn Lassiter -- Unity Programmer

    Please reply with a short 2-3 sentence cover letter and portfolio here:
    jeron [at] twistingpath.com

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