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MonsterMan polycounter lvl 9
Greetings!

I have work for those who may be looking. I have a project that needs to be completed by the end of the year, but not enough modelers to finish it. Its mainly hard surface modeling with PBR materials. There is creating new assets and re-topo of current ones. I'm looking for 2-3 full time generalists that can UV, texture and hard surface model low poly assets with Normals. It has to be through UpWork and you will need to have a portfolio. 

Thank you

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  • cardinal
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    cardinal polycounter lvl 11
    why  upwork only ? 
  • cardinal
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    cardinal polycounter lvl 11
    so so true thats why i asked 
  • Osaka_Z
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    Osaka_Z polycounter lvl 2
    I'm available but not on Upwork 
  • appmechanic
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    appmechanic polycounter lvl 3
    What are other options available for 3D Artist to find work ? I have less success in finding anything from Polycount :neutral:
  • Eric Chadwick
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