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I'm starting up a resource site for indie game developers, and I'm seeking a few concept artists to help with some projects. Although I'm posting in the "Non-Paying" area, the concept artist will get royalties for any model based on their concept sold on the site. Although I'm optimistic that the site will grow and flurish, it's a new business, and there's always a chance it'll sink for some reason.
The site's purpose is to sell low polygon 3d models to "geeks like me" who can't afford to hire a full 3d team to make their character and monster models. The website, www.gamebeep.com, is all ready to go.
I'm starting off with some easy 3d models. It shouldn't take long to concept them, and there's a potential payoff. Anyone interested? If so, please contact me at email@example.com
Here's a list of some of my initial ideas. I'm starting with objects for a fantasy style game:
• ancient statues
• stone totems
• large outdoor bell
• bags of grain
• crypt parts
• wooden trunk
• furniture (bed, stool, table)
• candle holder (on wall)
• beer kegs
• Hanging dead animals
• Hanging cages
• Hanging plants
• Bottle and jugs
• Open book
• Goblets / plates
• Small rowboat
• tiki torches
• baskets of fruit
• animal trophies
A little about myself: I'm a programmer by trade, and I've been working on a game called Legendary Sword (www.niolden.com) for over a year. I also sell analog modular music gear at www.voxglitch.com.