The open source and libre card game (CCG) WTactics.org is looking for an Inkscape artist that is interested in working with us in the development of our card templates. What we already have is done in Inkscape, and we want to continue using Inkscape as the main tool for them in order to maintain our openness within the project. (Btw, if you are a traditional artist and can emulate the style of the card art goblins/merfolk etc seen below, we also really want to work with you - contact us!)
info & conditions
- We will need at least six different templates, maybe more, and may also need other work done later on. We prefer to work with the same artist(s).
- We'd start with one piece, and then go on to the next, making sure we want to work together and are all happy.
- Payment per agreement, preferably via paypal or some other services to your liking.
Get in touch with us if you
- Like the sound of the above and are creative.
- Know what you are doing in Inkscape (no other tool used for the templating)
- Can show us your portfolio.
- Speak english.
- Preferably reachable by voice communication somehow, telephone, Skype. Discord, whatever.
We'd love to hear from you, so mail us a presentation, link to your portfolio or thoughts, and we'll take it from there: firstname.lastname@example.org
(edit) About the images below
We show two examples of early work copies of cards from the game. The images of the cards are made up of a) empty card templates without text or card art + b) card art (the trees, merfolk et.c) and finally c) text.
A card template is a framework, the area up on which we layer the art + text. The templates, all lines, containers for variables like the shield, text et.c are done in Inkscape, and that is what this whole post is about. The images of the trees/merfolk are raster graphics - they were not created in Inkscape, nor are they what the job offering is about as they are card art, and not a part of the card [i]template.