Artist needed for possible future games

2012-11-15 20:24:13 by Manly-Chicken

So I've been prototyping stuff with flashpunk recently and want to make a large project. I have some ideas but can't really implement them due to my normal artists being busy indefinitely.
So I want to find a new artist who:
>Has experience in art/animation
>Can work with "sprite sheets"
>Has free time relative to mine (afternoons in the EST time zone)
>Is good in level design
>Is good at brainstorming
>Is willing to try to make a retail game

Post below if interested.


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2012-11-15 20:46:33

OK so tell me do you have anyone that you have found to help you in DESIGN or in ART or any of the DESIGN aspects...i can use Paint do net and i can help design stuff but as for FLASH iam wanting to learn i just got BLENDER but noot learned it yet sooo...look me up ...if ya need some help still..

Manly-Chicken responds:

It's flashpunk. It's more pure coding. I'm kinda looking for someone with good art and experience.


2012-11-15 23:16:16

I've never worked with flashpunk before but can use Macromedia/Adobe Flash and Photoshop to a pretty decent standard, I don't really have anything uploaded on here or YouTube because I never really finished anything as I mostly work on stuff by myself but if you give me some time I could put together a " 'folio" of sorts. I've checked out some of your games and stuff and I really like your work especially This Game Makes Sense, also i'm in GMT which is 4-5 hours ahead of you so our free time should match up so hit me up if you'd like to see some of my work/have a chat about whether or not I'm what you're looking for.


2012-11-16 02:26:10

I can but you will not pick me on account of my large black dick.


2012-11-16 03:20:14

i torrented flash cs5 last night and i used it a couple times since then can i maek arts?


2012-11-16 11:42:25

I'd say your best bet, and really this should go for all programmers. is to make a prototype of what you are aiming for. use temporary graphics from previous games or from the web. Making art , animation, HUDs etc from a game is really time consuming.
Just one look at your game page shows your games have a some pretty shitty scores. So either you halfassed them or just don't know what you're doing. This is what an artist weigh when he decides he will be spending his evenings working on your game.

If you want serious responses, you have to show that youre serious yourself.

good luck

Manly-Chicken responds:

Thanks and good point. I honestly want someone to brainstorm with and bounce ideas off of too.


2012-11-16 12:14:23

Oh snap, retail games! Good luck with that dude, I'm sure you'll find someone.

Manly-Chicken responds:



2012-11-16 23:14:16

I'm in school for digital ART and DESIGN and I live in the Eastern time zone. HMU


2012-11-17 13:55:46

I saw a comment somewhere that you wanted to learn how to make a platformer. I sent you a PM regarding that, and if you need any help with code or directly on the game, let me know. I'd love to help (for free, too!). :)
-Bret Hudson ~ indie(Function); CEO

Manly-Chicken responds:

Thanks man! But I think I figured it out.