We are developing an augmented reality pet game for mobile devices (smartphones and tablets on iOS and Android). Our current goal is to run a crowdfunding campaign, so some of the materials might also be used in it.
The final game is similar to the Talking Friends series, but with the heavy use of augmented reality. Target audience is 12 - 50 y.o., both sex, mostly women and teens.
We need the sketches of the main gnome character, it's actions and a few other game objects that are used in the animations. The sketches are needed for the 3D modellers to create the models, so it should be done accordingly - each frame from 3 different perspectives.
The character should be a cute and funny gnome, attractive to the majority of mobile devices users. It should be recognizable as a gnome, but modern looking, without a smoking pipe and not drinking alcohol. It's approximate size is 10-15 cm, he's middle aged or a teen.
The resulting 3D models should work on modern mobile devices, so do not make it too complex, but detailed enough to look neat and "alive".
It would be best if all or some works will have an "augmented reality" version - superimposed on a photo "standing" on a real surface.
We need to have key frames of each animation and object. Would be best if it had an augmented reality version, too.
Reference of the augmented reality view: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hc3xyGlJlAI
Full description if attachment doesn't work: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9uenp87vv…e.pdf?dl=0