Recruiting Rules: (1) Only recruit if you have an actual, clearly defined project you're recruiting for. Don't recruit if you're an organization that may have a project at some time in the future. (2) Tell people what kind of work you have for them. For commissions, also tell them how much work it will probably be. (3) Tell people how much work on your project is already complete. (4) Always open recruitment threads in the correct subforum - Free, Commercial or Paid Work.
I admit, I'm very looking for a certain someone when it comes to pairing up with a writer. I want someone friendly (of course) creative, good with English, and is okay bouncing ideas off each other. You also have to be someone who sticks with things and won't drop a project midway. If you're that type of person or who has a habit of not staying in contact, please to not apply. It would be good if you have examples of work and even worked on a visual novel before, but it is not required. But please don't worry, I'm open minded and easy to get along with. I'm just looking for someone who will become a part of Starry Sky Studios.
As for payment, currently all funds I've got are going to art assets, so at the moment I cannot pay. However I am willing to discuss payment later on and when we have more games out there. Like I said, Starry Sky Studios is doing a few number of games, so we have quite a variety. So please, if you're dedicated and want to see more Yuri games, please send me a message or email at email@example.com. Hope to work with someone soon =)
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