Ethas: Embrace of Destiny is a modification for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim being developed by Justin Hardin and Elijah Houck, the team that brought you the mod Alton, Il. for Fallout 3. In Embrace of Destiny, you will explore the lands of Arelia and Virardan, two countries currently at war with each other. Your role starts you out as one of the five famous Captains of the Arelian Army. Choices will be made, and sides will be chosen. There is only one question that remains: will you become the hero or the villain?
This job was posted over 30 days ago. This means the position is now most likely filled & no longer available.
Location: Anywhere - Looking for: Artists
Posted by Moddb.com on Nov 4th, 2012
The Ethas team is looking for an Armor Modeler!
We are currently in need of an experienced modeler able to model and texture armor assets for the mod Ethas: Embrace of Destiny, for the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which can be viewed here; Moddb.com
The art style/direction we're going for our armor is more of a medieval style, similar to a Game of Thrones/Witcher 2 style and/or Oblivion style. In other words, non-nordic armor with no fur.
The medium which you use to create your armor is of no restriction, just as long as you're able to export to a usable format within 3ds Max, such as .obj or .3ds
Edit; Since moddb doesn't seem to make an indication of it (even though there's a check box for it), this is an unpaid job.
If you're interested in working with us, let us know!
Send an email and a link to some of your works at firstname.lastname@example.org
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