Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Call out for help.

I know its been quiet here, but thats only because we are sneaky.  Our team has been working hard to make sure this next version of the game will be great.  We haven't been wanting to give too much away, because a lot of it is still being designed and decided on.  We have a large amount of concept art that is still growing, we are working on mini games to prove concepts and we are designing around what what we feel makes the game fun to most.

We are looking for a couple of artists and a web designer.  Unity 3D experience is a plus for any, but not required.

We have two really good artists right now, but their work and skill is keeping them focused on 3D Models and Concept Sketches.  We would really like to find:

1) Logo Artist.  We know we need a new look.  We weren't planning on keeping the current logo, but its been lower on our priority list. Now that we have a Kick Starter project release looming, we would like to get a finalized look.

2) Terrain Artist.  The game needs terrain that looks great, near real, but not quite.  Dirt, Rock face, sand, water, etc...  We would prefer Unity 3D skills as well, but that is not absolutely required.

But art is not all we need. Art is only part of it.  We also have need for a new website.  I generated our current site, as a place holder, but my UI design skills are not strong.

3) HTML5/CSS3 Site Designer.  The site needs a new look and feel, something more befitting a war with dragons, and a solid video game.  MVC4/CSHTML skill appreciated but not needed.  We can take care of site logic and database work, but particularly we need someone with the front end skills to make it presentable.

If you are interested we would love to hear from you.  You can contact me directly at Dan.Sagmiller@WarpWars.Net.  Please keep in mind that this is an unpaid Indie project.  We are tracking hours and wages, which will help us fairly distribute profits when the game goes public.  There is a lot of skill in this group already, and you can help it grow.


1 comment:

  1. The first response on Web Dev fell through, so I decided to generate my own look for the site. I used a good starting template and then stripped it and rebuilt it. We have a new site look now.