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  Freelance Pixel & Low Poly 3D artist available  (Read 2927 times)
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Offline DoomCube

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« Posted 2008-01-10 17:48:15 »

Hello all,

My name is Paul Conway, I am a professional freelance pixel artist and low poly 3D modeler based in Ireland. I have been working in the games industry for the last 3 years and have worked on over 20 Game titles, many of which have been mobile games for major US clients such as Disney, Warner Brothers, ESPN, Eidos, EA and more. I have a flexible skill set and always try to produce efficient artwork quickly to a high quality standard.

I am available for contract work at reasonable rates. You can view samples of my work on my website: http://www.doomcube.com

I am adept in the following areas:
- Pre-visualization and concept art.
- Character design & animation.
- Level art and tile sets
- Creating efficient pixel art to comply with low end devices' limitations
- Producing assets for multiple build sizes and screen resolutions.
- Re-skinning artwork from previous games.

For questions, information, quotes and bids please contact: paul [at] doomcube [dot] com

Best regards,

Paul Conway
Freelance Game artist

DoomCube - Freelance Game art and Graphic Design.
Offline DoomCube

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2008-01-22 23:02:25 »

Here are a few samples of my work:
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DoomCube - Freelance Game art and Graphic Design.
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