Half-Life 2: Short Stories is a team working on a group of modifications that take place in the same realm. A lot of the focus is on the story and gameplay, new innovative set pieces and puzzles. After the release of the first episode of Human Error, the team is planning to release more episodes and expand the characters and the world.
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 Hlssmod.net on Nov 1st, 2011
Half-Life 2: Short Stories team is looking for a concept artist to help come up with a visual look for our next scifi oriented project. There isn't much to tell about the project yet, as we need the concept artist to help us come up with the general look and set the look for the project. More information if interested.
We generally work on Steam so being able to be Online on Steam chat on semi regular basis would be preferred. We would also like to find someone to join the team to stay rather than just do a couple of concept art pieces. A good concept artist with time is really the biggest thing we are missing from the team right now.
Our previous work include "Human Error" and soon to be released "Water".
Send examples of work to email@example.com
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