Character Modeling Artist

3D Character Development Outsourcing Studio with experience 3d designer and artist for developing appealing character modelling, texturing for games, movies and TVC.

GameYan is 3D animation and game art Outsourcing development studio who design appealing next generation characters and 3d assets for video / mobile game development and movie pre, post and production companies.

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Gameyan June 8 - Character Modeling Artist

Low-poly 3D Characters For Fight Game – GUTS, Dallas - Texas

PROJECT: 3D CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT FOR GAME
CATEGORY: 3D GAME CHARACTERS
GUTS IS AN ULTRA-VIOLENT UNIQUE FIGHTING GAME
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Where players must dismember their opponents by chopping off arms and legs. Even while missing a limb or two, the brawl continues until one fighter emerges victorious.
We Develop Low-Poly 3D Character With Texturing & Rigging.
GameYan Studio is 3d art and animation outsourcing studio in India which also involved in Cartoon Character Modeling, TV commercials and movie production. We work globally like USA, UK and India.
Our professional team of artists can develop variety of 3D art content for movie and video games along with low optimized characters for mobile and virtual reality interactive games.

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Gameyan February 23 - Character Modeling Artist

2D - 3D Game Development Services at 3D Animation Studio Oak Hill, West Virginia, USA

CLIENT : ALEX
PROJECT : GAME DEVELOPMENT
CATEGORY : 2D ART

Game Art Design is one such important fact of video Game Development Services. The 3D Game outsourcing of the game and mobile apps progress attractive the norm quite than the immunity, roughly each game developer who has a slight information on developing games ideas of early a Game Development Studio.

GameYan uses the most popular game engine Unity3D & Unreal for developing rich and interactive 2D and 3D gaming experience.

GameYan Studio is a leading Game Development Companies, providing premium quality game design and development services to publishers and game developers since 2004. Our team is a tight cluster of seasoned producers, game developers, 3D Game Designer and senior artists that are always willing to go an extra mile to deliver incredible products. Our vision is making your vision a reality.

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Gameyan February 15 - Character Modeling Artist

3D Art Outsourcing & Animation Game outsourcing at 3D Game Art Studio Charles Town, West Virginia, USA

CLIENT: JANOS
PROJECT: CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
CATEGORY: GAME OUTSOURCING

Game outsourcing is a specialized task involving technology and creative minds. The choice of technology is diversified and it is only the experts who could judge and select the best available resources for creating top-rated online or offline games. Knowledge about the limitations and capabilities of technologies utilized are of prime importance to game art outsourcing and game development company.

Through outsourcing, game developers can cut down the time required for developing any game as well as reducing the costs too. While a wide variety of work is outsourced today by game developers, Game outsourcing is the most common content as most of the companies prefer that. The games will be more expensive in the shops without 3D Art Game outsourcing Services or else the games have to be shorter. Same way many game outsourcing company game development to reduce the burden on the organization and save time and budget.

GameYan 3D Animation Studio is a movie and game art outsourcing studio in USA provides a 2d and 3D Character Modeling, texture, shading, rigging, and animation for all games for mobile, PS, Xbox, Desktop, video, PSVR, Facebook, and feature movie film animation, cartoon series, TV commercial by 3D Game Art Studio.

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