I recently received a request from a group set on making their own visual novels, asking if I could make some sort of post trying to recruit people to help them work on their projects. Seeing as this group is based around a visual novel, perhaps some of you are interested?
You can look here or read below for more info if interested: [link] Aratta Studios
Aratta Studios is an international, amateur studio, focused on creating Visual Novels. The studio was
created on 30 April 2012 with the idea of creating a Visual novel called Saigo no Chansu. We are currently recruiting for this visual novel project and already have 10 developers. Our team consists out of 3 artists, 4 writers, 2 co-writers/editors and 1 composer. Do note that none of the positions are paying jobs.Saigo no Chansu
Saigo no Chansu is the name of our visual novel. The visual novel is a Bishoujo-styled novel that’s focused on romance and drama. Its setting is mainly a high school in modern Japan including such places as: Dorm rooms, classrooms and the school campus. The visual novel itself uses a traditional text and sprite-based model. Its story will be told through the perspective of the protagonist using a first person narrative. Keep in mind that it will have a high level of drama.Positions we're recruiting forWriters/Editors
We are still looking for writers for 2 of our characters and their routes. These are the routes of Amaya and Mana. We’re also looking for co-writers for all routes and editors. Please click on the following link for more information about the characters: [link]Artists/background
We're looking for at least one or two more character artists who are able to draw in roughly the same style as seen in the examples on our website. We're also looking for background artists as well as background photographers. Editors who're able to edit the photo's and background are also needed. Composers
We're still looking for more background music composers.
For more information about the available positions go to: [link]If you're interested in applying, please go to [link] as commenting on this article is not a proper way to contact them. Thank you!