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Looking for Artists to work on projects

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Hi,

There is a requirement for Artists to work on projects for the company who is providing the customers full immersion of the airports.
The Artist is going to be on percentage for the first months, if the company is satisfied with the quality of the product and if the time frame has been respected the Artist will start working for a salary.

Everyone interested for more information please DM me.

Wish you all the best,

BGTDesign
 
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As you've bumped this 5 times already I will give you some free advice. Someone without any previous sim development record or even a website is unlikely to attract an experienced developer. Most flight sim developers who have been in the industry for any length of time will tend to avoid working for inexperienced project managers as those managers usually have unrealistic goals/expectations when it comes to the development process.
 
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As you've bumped this 5 times already I will give you some free advice. Someone without any previous sim development record or even a website is unlikely to attract an experienced developer. Most flight sim developers who have been in the industry for any length of time will tend to avoid working for inexperienced project managers as those managers usually have unrealistic goals/expectations when it comes to the development process.
Have you ever talked to me so you can see do we have unrealistic goals/expectations?
Contract is a contract no matter the company has a website or products or not, everyone started from zero, and the difference is that you haven't even tried.
Thanks for the free advice, I'm in the industry for 14 years, so more likely, go find something to work to earn instead of giving me free advices.

Thank you and wish you all the best!
 
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