[Rev-share] Game for social change - 2D Artist and Animator needed

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (UNPAID AND PROFIT SHARING)' started by Pat Gamble, Jan 26, 2017.

  1. Pat Gamble

    Pat Gamble New Member

    Aug 1, 2016
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    Thanks for stopping by! We are Tinman Studios, LLC (www.tinmanstudios.net), and we're looking for an artist and animator (or both in one) to help us with a very deep and serious project we're calling Emmalee's Pages.
    This will be a game for social change, so we're dealing with the tough subject of child abuse. We are taking this task very serious, and we promise a happy ending.

    Our desire is to give hope to children going through this tough situation or even those that have gone through it, and are now adults, that it's not their fault, and they can still be 'good' people, and live a normal life not full of self-destruction.

    The game will be a 2D exploration game, following Emmalee's life, starting at Ten years old. As you explore Emmalee's home and other surroundings you'll begin to realize what she is going through and how she's coping, with her little dog Theodore by her side the whole way. You'll follow her life up into adulthood, playing through pivotal moments that impact her life. It's gonna get heavy, but we promise a happy ending!

    It's going to be a rather small project that has gone through pre-production stages along with production having begun. We need game art that will be animated. If you have those animation skills, that'd be a plus!

    With that said, we'd like to hear from any 2D animators out there that would like to join this project.

    And we promise to continue more 2D projects if you want to stay on the team after this one and continue to create!

    We will be rev-sharing per project. If you're interested, please visit the website (www.tinmanstudios.net) and get in contact with us! Looking forward to hearing from you!

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