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Author Topic: 3D modeler of architecture  (Read 10976 times)
Michaël Samyn

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« on: October 06, 2011, 07:50:30 PM »

We're looking for someone who can help us build the renaissance/baroque palace of Sleeping Beauty in the prototype for the new game based on our very first project 8. If you know of somebody, please post their name and/or a link to their site. This is rather urgent since we want to finish the prototype before the end of the year. We're talking about a paid-for freelance job.
Chris W

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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2011, 08:03:39 PM »

I'd be happy to look it myself, though I suppose it would depend on the volume and speed of the work, as I would have to do this in my free time around my full time job.  I really enjoy this kind of thing, though I don't specialize in it, so I wouldn't be offended if you wanted to look for someone more specifically qualified.  My portfolio site is at  There are only a couple architectural things on there.  I've been working on an interior space for Playstation Home as well - since it's not released, it would not be appropriate to post it up online, but I'll see if I can PM you some screencaps of it.

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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2011, 09:24:29 PM »

I just browsed through our mail to check and see if I could find any suitable people that have offered their services to us and came across these thwo:

Have not worked with any of these, so cannot say how good they are, but at least give you something to check out.

Also, you might consider using an outsourcing studio. We have used:

We have worked with both and have been satisfied with the results (axion is probably a bit cheaper though).

Also been in touch with:

But not worked with them yet.

Hope that helps!
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