[Rev-Share] Need 2D Artist/Animator for Switch Game

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  1. addictCoder

    addictCoder New Member

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    Hi there,

    I'm in need of a dedicated artist who wants to help in the development of a game on switch.
    Stylized/Cartoony style is prefered.

    Requirements:
    Quality 2D Character design
    Ability to create custom weapons and armor + animating them
    Experience with 2D puppet rigging

    Bonus:
    Experience creating 3D environment objects. Exterior and Interior

    Please do not respond if you don't have the time to dedicate to a larger size project.
    If you aren't good with 2D art and animation, but great with 3D environment objects, you can still contact me.


    If you're interested, contact me at addictcodercs@gmail.com
    Please send portfolio. Bonus for animated art. Double bonus for characters switching gear. Triple bonus for animated characters switching gear.

    Thank you all,

    -addictCoder


    Code:
    List<Developer> devs = new List<Developer>();
    devs.Add(new Developer {Name = "addictCoder", Skill = "code", Wallet = 0));
    devs.Add(new Developer {Name = "You!", Skill = "Effin' Picasso", Wallet = 0});
    //There could be more than 2.
    
    Game game = new Game();
    
    game.BuildSelf();
    game.DeploySelf();
    
    while(game.Deployed)
    {
    
        game.GenerateRevenue();
        foreach(Developer d in devs)
        {
            game.Pay(d);
        }
    }
    
    foreach(Developer d in devs)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("{0} has ${1}!", d.Name, d.Wallet);
    }
    Output:
    addictCoder has $2!
    You! has $2!

    It's a start.
     

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