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MrRandomist MrRandomist artist / programmer Message looking for musicians, voice actors

Looking for a SFX designer to do 30-ish effects for a game @Mintpaw and I are creating.
The type of SFX we're looking for is semi-realistic/sci-fi-esque (unless something entirely different works well!)
We will pay $100 once the job is done.

This is a screenshot of the game:
https://twitter.com/Team_Omni/status/617565624756125696

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Bcadren Bcadren artist / programmer Message looking for artists, voice actors

This project hasn't started yet; but I'll spew the whole pitch.

Have you seen the trailer for 'the Walk' or the existing film 'Man on a Wire'? (Or just heard about the occurrence of a man walking between the twin towers of the world trade center in 1974 that both films are based on?)

I want to make a simulation game (3D, Unity) based on this occurrence; mechanically the player would walk slowly (control each leg separately and maintain balance) and the whole game would only be a couple minutes long as a simulation looking the best we can pull off.

Release on or before the release date of "The Walk" [September 30] (we won't be using the same title and a historical occurrence cannot be copy-written).

What I'm looking for:

1. Voice Actor/Recording Artist willing to record breathing of different speeds (no actual speech; just trying to help immersion factor) and wind noise.

2. 3D environmental artists to help me recreate the NYC environments.

What I'll be handling: Main character modeling, some of the environmental modeling and all the core physics programming (including simulating a slack line in the wind and natural balance upon it).

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omithealien omithealien artist / programmer / musician / voice actor / writer Message looking for artists, programmers, musicians, voice actors, writers

Hello everyone Welcome to the laboratory planet.
Everything is 1990s Live action, 1990's CGI animation, ZX spectrum video games, and 1990's 3D art. So I am working on the 1990's style live action short film which is called The Infinite Perils of eye-ball Shaun: a Live action short film which is rated T for Teen(Ages 13+). So good luck.

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