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Why Our Game Art Studio?
Game art design services prices can be found anywhere from $1K for simple 2D assets to $50K or more for complex 3D game art, and there is no precise estimation.
The cost of game art services can vary greatly depending on a number of factors such as art style, number and complexity of assets (characters, environments, props, animations, UI, etc.), technical specifications, and time.
You can contact us right now to receive a price estimation of your game art design today.
There are 4 logical reasons for you to consider outsourcing your game art:
- Saving Money and Time: If you want to make your own game art, you are going to need numerous artists, such as concept artists, modelers, animators, art directors, etc. You should know the hassle of the hiring process and all the horrendous amount of time and money you are going to need for that. Game art studios already have all those resources at their fingertips and can make your game art faster and cheaper.
- Creativity: Have you ever considered that you can outsource creativity too? There is no need for you to do everything by yourself. Even Apple went after Hovey-Kelley and used their fledgling design firm when they wanted to invent the first computer mouse. Creativity is one of the game art studio’s strong suits, and our artists have nourished their minds; by hiring us, you also hire creativity as well.
- Quality: Practice makes perfect! A game art company has made numerous game arts and is constantly updating its knowledge of the corresponding industry. They keep up with the trends and watch state-of-the-art game art and use cutting-edge tools, and can make the highest-quality game art which might cost you and your team more time and budget.
- Scalability: if you want to expand your project scale, you should grow your team too. That is no concerning matter for a game art outsourcing company because they already have enough artists. Even if they don’t have enough artists right away, they have connections and know artists who can hire right away, so they can produce any game art services you are going to need.
There are some criteria for picking the best game art studio for your projects:
- Portfolio: A company’s expertise is showcased via its game art portfolio, and nothing tells better what they are capable of than its past works.
- Reviews: Read their reviews online and see what their past clients think of them. The most honest on-hand thing you can find in any company is its online reviews.
- Communication: First impressions matter – especially when it comes to communication. If they’re slow to respond or just plain rude from the get-go, imagine how it’ll be once they have your money! Trust your gut and work with people who make you feel good.
- Time and Budget Compatibility: After all, you might find the best game art studio in the world, but your time schedule and/or money budget do not meet their demands. Find a studio that meets all the previous characteristics as well as your budget and schedule.
Creating awesome game art doesn’t always require complex or extraordinary efforts. Considering a few basic points can easily transform your game art:
- Unique Art Style: A unique game art style is a powerful tool to be memorable and increase immersion and differentiation.
- Color Palette: Choosing the best color palette can make a game art visually appealing, set the mood, improve clarity, and differentiate it from competitors.
- Memorable Characters: Think about your favorite games; the first thing that comes to mind is their characters, so good game art must have unforgettable characters.
- Environment Design: After character design, environment design is too important. Memorable environments of the games can make a lasting impression on the mind.
- Visual clarity: Visual clarity and attention to detail can improve gameplay, aesthetics, realism, and differentiation.
- Animation: The excessive and smooth use of animation makes the game art more engaging and understandable. Compared to before, now everything (UI, background, and props) is being animated and shaken up.
We can produce art for game engines such as Unreal Engine, Unity, Godot, GameMaker Studio, Construct, etc. Even if you desire, we can implement the art into your game engine and deliver them to you.
We also use different software, including Maya, Blender, 3Ds Max, Marvelous Designer, ZBrush, Substance Designer, Substance Painter, and Adobe After Effects.