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.
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Hello! I send over an e-mail with my details.
translator| Renpy Coder
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I would love to help with your project! I am not looking for pay in the shape of money, but art for my project. If you are interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or DM on discord
Where there is a problem, there's a solution.
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Are still looking for a co-writer?
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