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Tom Lassota
Artist & Designer - Owner
Hi. My name is Tom Lassota the founder of beffio. Thank you for visiting my profile. I am a self-motivated entrepreneur with experiences in graphic...
Noé
3D Environment Artist - Artist
Hi ! My name is Noé Vincent and I am passionate about real time 3D ! My goal woud be to work on AAA Games as Environment Artist. I'm currently...
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AR APP developer/animator/modeler
United States
Part Time
3 - 5 years experience
We’re looking for an individual developer based in the U.S. to work with our in-house team on Augmented Reality APPs related to articles the division publishes in our magazine and help build an umbrella APP for the Division. Will...
AR app developnment
Elliot Blanchard
Mar 2, 2019
Environmental sound design
Brooklyn, United States
Task
3 - 5 years experience
We’re looking for a sound designer for an install project we are working on currently. Sound design will largely be environmental sound for the outdoors - mountains, river valleys, etc - with some animal sounds - birds, bears,...
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Sound effects
Looking for a programmer to help
Texas, United States
Part Time
5+ years experience
We need a programmer to help with our game to setup a menu and fix some bugs. The work shouldn’t be to hard to get done, we are offering revenue share when game releases. We are shooting for xbox for release, we just need a solid...
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Atmos Games
Apr 19, 2018
I Work Alone
I Work Alone
Making games by yourself is hard — but it's totally worth it.
Sergey Klimenko
Mar 19, 2019
Elinor Defense
In the year 1328 after world creation the Massive Magical Explosion hit the wondrous lands of Elinor, destroying the countries, eliminating creatures and killing people. But small group of brave men and women found themselves in a...
joshpurple
May 22, 2017
Dragon Head
Concept work created with ZBrush > Mari > Vray
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