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Post by CT_fresbo on Thu Oct 28, 2010 5:43 am

Hi, we are a Singapore based company and we develop a game called Ninerift. Ninerift is a casual Flash based MMO game which can be found in Facebook, Friendster and Kongregate. We are looking for a 2d artist who uses Adobe Photoshop and can draw furnitures in isometric view. We are looking for someone talented, creative and has excellent sense of perspectives. The person must also be able to draw fantasy themed furnitures. Please refer to the sample image attached to see the style we are looking for.



If you think you're the person we're looking for, kindly send your resume and samples to artist@fresbo.com.

For more information, visit us at www.ninerift.com.

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Post by v_wrangler on Thu Oct 28, 2010 5:52 am

I am not particularly looking for work but we have illustrators in our manila office who might be able to help you out.

If you want to pursue that avenue - feel free to email me and we can discuss it in detail. If I'd have a say in the production I'll do this in 3d....

Here's some links to our game and vfx works: http://www.vimeo.com/vertexwrangler/videos

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Re: Wanted: Freelance 2D Artist

Post by CT_fresbo on Thu Oct 28, 2010 6:55 am

Thank you for your help. Do you know which costs more...2d or 3d?

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Post by v_wrangler on Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:37 am

It depends entirely on your workflow. If experience dictates constant possible changes, creating 3d models makes it easier to re-layout furniture elements and make spot changes. Something not easily possible when everythings plain illustration. Changes like that may cost more.

Thats the beauty of using 3d elements (made to look like 2d).

As for costs, I may be able to give you a quote but I would need more info on your requirements. It would also help to know how much of a budget you have in mind.

We can discuss that off the forums if you prefer.
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Re: Wanted: Freelance 2D Artist

Post by CT_fresbo on Wed Nov 17, 2010 1:46 am

v_wrangler wrote:It depends entirely on your workflow. If experience dictates constant possible changes, creating 3d models makes it easier to re-layout furniture elements and make spot changes. Something not easily possible when everythings plain illustration. Changes like that may cost more.

Thats the beauty of using 3d elements (made to look like 2d).

As for costs, I may be able to give you a quote but I would need more info on your requirements. It would also help to know how much of a budget you have in mind.

We can discuss that off the forums if you prefer.
Sorry for the late reply. We're interested to know more about the illustrators in your office that you have mentioned in your post. Can you pm me your contact details? Thanks!

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Re: Wanted: Freelance 2D Artist

Post by v_wrangler on Wed Nov 17, 2010 2:39 am

you can email me at roy[at]enising.co.jp
or roy[at]enising-philippines.com
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