Hi people... sorry for just randomly popping up for the depths of nowhere with this journal (read: not actively updating).
I do read comments/replies/new uploads and stuff, though you'll have to pardon me for my long resurrection time from the grave called school assignments and attachments in order to reply
So anyhoo, the reason why you are reading this really random (I don't even bother denying it) post is because I need advice... (sort of)
You see, my secondary school classmate recently emailed me asking for help in designing a game application. At the moment, they need someone to do concept art for them and timeframe is flexible because it's a private project, and he asked when it was okay to meet up to discuss more about it.
A little too good to be true in my opinion...
Some questions are raised, and they aren't exactly very nice ones.
For one, he was rather dodgy when I asked more details about the project (e.g. type of game, concepts, rough idea of main game mechanics, specific style they are looking for etc.), not to mention that I am not familiar with any of the team members apart from the person who contacted me
who, by the way, stated he "liked" my drawings when I had never shown them to him before >.> (The only reason I can actually think of for even contacting me is because asking someone that studied design will probably request for money)
Aside from that, I've never actually have experience working in games. It's a whole different ball game because unlike normal digital art/ comic strips, certain amount animation will be required
the quantity really depends on the type of game but as I said before, dodgy <.< ). The thing I'm most afraid of is that I can't cope with studies, especially since I'm spending more time on various clinical attachments now, and very soon I will be going onto my final year where all hell breaks loose.