|Empathy looking for 3D artists||Locked|
|Sep 29 2012, 6:08am Anchor|
Empathy is a point and click adventure game with emphasis on storytelling and exploration. A game about emotions, good intentions and desperate measures, where you embark on a journey through the last moments of a dying world and discover its story and wonders. It is being developed in UDK for a PC release. It isn't your ordinary point and lick filled with jokes (as much as I love classics like monkey island) but features a serious and engaging theme sen in an atmospheric world. We have a passion for creating a game that isn't just for fun, but has a message behind it, a morale. That does not prevent us however to make the gameplay engaging and interesting.
You can find us and more info about the game at Indiedb.com
After a year in pre-production which resulted in a solid technical core and design as well as an intriguing story we are now looking to ramp up our art team to speed the development up. We are looking for talented and self motivated individuals who share our passion for deep games and want to contribute to it, as well as build a strong portfolio for them in the process. Compensation is royalty based.
We are looking for a character artist/animator, who will be responsible for:
We can offer the following in exchange:
If interested, please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org attaching your portfolio for more information and story details.
Edited by: Cronnix
|Sep 30 2012, 5:36pm Anchor|
This looks fairly amazing, if my skill were'nt that limited I would totally lend a hand!
|Oct 3 2012, 6:27am Anchor|
We have now found three talented artists for our team, thanks to all who showed interest! Look out for updates on our page.
I can't update the original topic name but we are looking for one additional programmer with experience in UDK UI and 3D space interaction.
Drown_ wrote:This looks fairly amazing, if my skill were'nt that limited I would totally lend a hand!
We are now also looking for a character artist/animator as well as a programmer with UDK experience.
Edited by: Cronnix
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