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  1. Hey everyone! My name is Tony and I'm a full-time concept artist and illustrator. I've worked with a variety of clients, from big-name studios to independent creators, and now I'd like to work with you! Have an established style for your project already? No problem! I specialize in style-matching and am happy to work closely with my clients to make sure I'm delivering exactly what they need. If you don't have a particular style set yet, I can help you find the perfect one to fit your project. A few of the people and studios I've worked with and have been featured by are; Lacuna Cube (currently working with) With Lacuna Cube, I style-match the previous artist to create new backgrounds for them. PBS Created merchandise concepts for a currently unlaunched title. Spotify Created social media images and posts for their SpotifyCares Twitter account. Nickelodeon Featured for their Hey Arnold! Movie. Tons of independent creators, just like you! Have a question? Hit me up! I'll be happy to hear from you. Samples:
  2. Good news, everyone! Things have been sorted out. No more adult content in the game and moderators are keeping an eye on it from the player base. Thank you all SO much for all the references
  3. @Digital Thank you! That looks like exactly what I might need! @demona Yeah, they don't have a sign-up system, or an agreement that you have to be 18+. They have a one line warning in their rules that states there might be "18+ content".
  4. Hey all. I'm part of a game currently (NOT Lacuna) that has a community that regularly posts adult content, including sexting in the public chat. The game is "18+" but allows minors as well, and does nothing to hide this content. I'm pretty sure this is violating some laws in the US, but I can't seem to find any resources when I'm Googling. Am I wrong? Does anyone know where I can find some information to help prove a point that the game needs to work better at shielding minors from this content? Thanks all!
  5. Are you still hiring for this position?
  6. I just want to say that I currently work with them doing background art, and it's been a great experience. I work closely with Haley, and she's been very clear and direct in communication. The few times we've had differences in opinions it was worked out in a very professional manner. I would strongly recommend anyone who is looking for work to apply, and will be sending a few artist friends of my own to try for this position. It's been a pleasure working with you guys, and I'm looking forward to continuing to do so
  7. Generally, yes, I could do this on my own, but I'm rusty and don't have the time - so I need you! I'm looking for someone to take this information: https://worldofeniv.weebly.com/points-guide.html And turn it into an interactive Google doc where people can click various options to get a total score of points. A good example is this: http://twwm.x10host.com/ Please let me know how much something like this would cost - and if you're in need of artwork, I'm willing to do a trade www.jwatkinsart.com www.deviantart.com/jwatkinsart Thanks everyone!
  8. Hey there! I'd be happy to give you a hand with this As a commercial artist, I'm accustomed to creating work in a variety of styles. You can find examples of my work here: www.deviantart.com/jwatkinsart. While there isn't anything in this exact style in my portfolio right now, I have no doubt that I could replicate the look and feel of your previous items, and bring that into the calendar and boxes. For the reindeer, I might need to see some examples of other animals in your game as well - haha. I'd also love to tag @halichu , who I've been working with for the past several months. I hope they would be willing to share their experience with working with me to replicate their past artist's style, haha. I hope I get to hear from you, and that you have a great week!
  9. Hey Hare! I'd be happy to discuss this with you more in depth if you like my work. Here are just a few examples; https://www.deviantart.com/jwatkinsart/art/Brightheart-764802003 https://www.deviantart.com/jwatkinsart/art/Scourge-763875583 https://www.deviantart.com/jwatkinsart/art/Soymilk-773788171 https://www.deviantart.com/jwatkinsart/art/SeaclanApp-764736624 (only the large cat) https://sta.sh/01dtg1795rpf (this was a masked sketch commission) https://sta.sh/01zih6uibf5b - and something a bit more cartoony, just in case. As a commercial artist, I'm happy to work in different styles. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions, or to discuss pricing
  10. Oh sorry! I should've been more specific. I'm looking for fantasy animals and the rights to them for my game
  11. Selling some sketches? I'm buying! I need some secondary characters for a game I have, but rather than draw them all myself, I'm interested to see what you all have Just pop an image here with your prices listed (not interested in commissions at this time, sorry), or send me a DM. Thanks, everyone!
  12. @anoua I agree with you. If you're spending $50, why spend more if that didn't work? It's honestly a huge part of why I left that job. The thought process was "show them how many clicks they're getting, even if they're not engaged clicks". $50, for example, could get you clicks, but they might not be engaging clicks. As far as what to spend, it really depends on what you're looking to achieve, your target market, and the keywords you're choosing. Some keywords cost significantly more than others, so you'll blow through your money faster, but you'll get better results. I know it's not at all relevant, but a great example is "mesothelioma". It's very rarely rivaled as the most expensive word in Google ads. Why? Because people look for "mesothelioma" very rarely, and when they do, they're generally looking for a settlement attorney, and those cases are incredibly easy to win. It's a very niche word, so it costs much more ( $320 per click, give or take). What I'm trying to say is, look at your keywords, try to figure out what exactly you need. Take that cost and work with it. Remember that not all clicks will generate any kind of return. I'm not sure what the average CTR is for petsites, unfortunately. Even being trained "certified" by Google as a company, I still find that word of mouth, affiliation, and niche ads work better when it comes down to it. If you're not a large company, there's not a lot of reason to put money into it, if you ask me.
  13. I actually used to work for Google doing just this. The thing is, you get out of it what you put into it. If you don't have any experience in SEO, I'd suggest looking into it before you start. I'd also suggest NOT going to Google for help. The people there are paid on commission, and they'll want your ad money gone asap rather than waiting for the best results (or at least, that's what we were taught to do when I was there). A few tips I could give are; look into the cost of your keywords. More isn't always better with Google's algorithms. Use keywords only that are directly relevant. Otherwise, you're wasting money. For example, "petsite" might be good, but "pet" and "site" won't be. Have a landing page set up that has as much information on it as possible. The more people have to click, the less likely they are to be engaged with the site, and the faster they leave. Google times this, if they leave your site quickly, your rating within goes down and you lose holding both on Google Search and within Google Ads. Target your demographic. Use the age and location options. You don't want to be pitching your petsite to 90-year-olds, you know? They're less likely to want to play. Likewise, you might not want to target 13-year-olds because they have less money to spend (though their parents do). Think about it from a financial viewpoint. Finally, spend more than the credit. Those credits are just a way to get you into Google's contact pool. They're not enough money to really get a business much more traction. EDIT: Another suggestion! Throw grammar to the wind when it comes to capitalization. The formatting of an ad means so much. If you want this: "Check out Petsite! It's awesome." Do this: Check Out Petsite! It's Awesome." (every first letter is capital). Sounds stupid, but it works.
  14. Some new cartoony examples (unshaded) that I'd created for Warlords.
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