Working on an iOS game. It's going to be in a retro 8-bit/Sprite/Pixel style with some flashy modern bits of course as well.
Problem is that the dev team is currently just me until I can get up a video of the concept/tutorial level online.
So when I sit down to work the list of concept, programing, fonts/glyphs, audio, and graphics becomes a bit overwhelming.
Are you up for working in the above 8-bit like style?
Do you have Adobe Illustrator CS4 or CS5? I would love to get the art in vector format using a live paint group from Illustrator's Rectangular Grid Tool (I have templates for the grid sizes I use already). This tutorial video should give you the gist: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya3Too…
Adobe Illustrator however is not required. I can still fairly easily take your work and remake it in Illustrator for a scalable vector format.
So let me know if you are, or know somebody who is, doing freelance pixel art work.
David Randall (Just1RandomGuy)
Just 1 Random Guy