How many times did you draw a “not so good-looking” character in your game just because you aren’t that good at drawing and you did not now where to find the graphic you needed?
And how many times did you draw something interesting for your game, just to discover you changed something in the gameplay and now you don’t need your drawing anymore, realizing you wasted your time?
« As it says on the homepage of FGA: “FGA is a haven for Flash artists and the people who need their services.
Create and maintain your portfolio, accept jobs, manage projects, and get tips and advice from professional Flash artists!”
The site is still in beta and so currently you can only sign up as an artist and show off your portfolios, but we plan to add a ton of new features that will help artists get more exposure, and ultimately team up with developers to create games.
The site strives to continue our mission to assist indie developers (including artists) in making better games and monetizing those games more effectively.
We think by adding this site to the arsenal we already provide (including FlashGameLicense, FlashGameDistribution, and FlashGameBlogs) we can further help developers focus on the main goal of spending all your time and energy on making great games. »
Some images in portfolios are really interesting, like this one:
… now you know what to do when you need an alien spaceship or the zombie queen.
I’ll make a full review (and will use it) as soon as developers account will be available