Game Art Market aims to become the world’s central hub for all game-ready 3D models, textures, materials and sprites.
London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 2 September 2013
The creators of Game Art Market, the new online marketplace for buying and selling game assets, aims to meet the demand of having a place where both digital artists and game developers can easily trade 3D game art, as well as 2D textures and sprites. The site is announcing an introductory special where all game-developer selling fees will be waived until 2014.
“We invite all game developers to check out this new marketplace, where they can buy, sell, exchange and feature their game-ready 3D models,” explained Sebastian Burdon, owner of Game Art Market (http://www.gameartmarket.com). “With zero fees for the rest of this year, this is a great time to try out the marketplace. 3D game artists can also benefit from the real time 3d model preview which allows to view their work from any angle thanks to WebGL technology.”
This site has been designed to benefit any type of game developer, including those focusing on mobile and indie applications, as well as game-design students. The highly targeted online marketplace allows users to download for free, or to purchase low poly 3D models, which have been sorted into categories such as vehicles, nature, military, weapons, and others. Users also have the ability to make exchanges between themselves.
Game Art Market aims to become the world’s central hub for all game-ready 3D models, textures, materials and sprites. The mission of the site is to provide a marketplace for all areas of art for game development.
“Our motto is 'Any model for any game,'” adds Burdon. “Whether those are free 3D models for mobile game or cartoony looking textures, we aim to become the marketplace for each of these areas and beyond.”
About Game Art Market
Game Art Market is an online 3D model marketplace, featuring all types of gaming assets such as 3D models, textures and sprites. The site allows game developers to buy and sell game assets for commercial use. The site was developed by Creative Not, a London-based digital production and creative design company that is run by Sebastian Burdon, an artist and animator. For more information on Game Art Market, visit http://www.gameartmarket.com, for more information on Creative Not, visit the site at http://www.creativenot.com.
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