Game Art & Animation Services

our value

game art outsourcing company

 

Immerse players in the world of your game with Pingle Studio game animation services by a handpicked team of artists and animators. Our experts seamlessly collaborate with you to provide game art design services and deliver top-notch assets at every stage of the production pipeline to help you achieve your creative vision. 

how we can help
2d art
3d modeling
2d animation
3d animation
concept art
character design
get the right creative and
technical support for your game
our technical toolkit
our technical toolkit
our technical toolkit
Unity
Unreal Engine
our creative tools
OptiTrack
ZBrush
3DCoat
Substance Painter
Substance Designer
Blender
Maya
3ds Max
Adobe Photoshop
our creative tools
how we work
how we work
our art & animation process
01
Research the project’s style and create
tech art documentation for artists
02
Pick references and/or create concepts
03
Create blockouts for scenes and objects
04
Separate primary and secondary objects
05
Create low-poly and high-poly objects
06
Texturing & Animating
07
Integrate objects to game engine
08
Polish and detail
games

stand out with a recognizable visual style

testimonials

What our partners say

Michael Davies - Producer at Skyhook Games
It was an absolute pleasure to work with Pingle Studio, who provided great help with both the development and porting of Lawn Mowing Simulator. Their communication, efficiency, skill and experience have been a huge benefit to LMS.
Nicolas Soufflet - Director of Strategic Partnerships & Sourcing at Skydance Interactive
We needed an external QA support in the weeks leading to the release of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. Pingle seemed to have all the necessary resources available on top of being a competent and well-versed in VR studio. We identified and addressed a volume of bugs we couldn’t have tackled on our own. The game release was a big commercial success and our collaboration ensured a fantastic first impression!
Kevin Franklin - Founder/CEO at Final Strike Games
We needed a partner that was experienced with UI/UX in UE4 and who could help us with the implementation and optimization of features we had already roughed in. We saw the experience level of the team and their focus on UI and UX as key capabilities. Pingle helped us with many different tasks on multiple areas of the game and we are very thankful.
Alex Nichiporchik - CEO at tinyBuild
We often require help with projects “on fire”. Pingle has always been flexible enough to accommodate our needs. They’ve not been scared by challenging projects. We were able to ship multiple projects on tight deadlines with the challenging tech behind them. Pingle were able to deliver on time.
Tobias Fossheim, Producer at Revolution Software
We knew that Pingle had helped our friends at Dontnod Entertainment in porting their title Life is Strange to iOS. Pingle managed to optimise our existing mobile assets to run on the lowest end devices supported by Apple Arcade to a playable frame rate. A professional, friendly, and experienced studio, which we would recommend without hesitation.
Carter Lipscomb - Dr. Business at Iron Galaxy Studios
Iron Galaxy was very pleased with the development work Pingle did for our company. The Pingle team was a terrific functional fit and matched our intensity for high quality deliverables on time or ahead of schedule.
Lino Thomas, 3D Artist at Egosoft
We worked with Pingle Studio because we wanted to quickly produce a large volume of blockouts for X4: Split Vendetta and turn them into final modules for the game. Their 3D artists consistently delivered the quality 3D art we needed, helping us to release our game on time.
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how to start

It takes four simple steps to get art game art and game animation support from us:

01
Discuss the needs and goals of the project
02
Define its milestones and establish scope
03
Sign a legal agreement
04
Kick off the project
have us contact you

game art outsource

Visual atmosphere, environments, and characters do what you want the most — put your game into the player's head and heart. Successful game art should be a mix of factors, including unique appearance decisions, and artistically correct proportions. It's good for almost any game to attract an outside perspective. In case you need industry-recognized professionals to share their artistic views for your game — consider collaborating with the game art outsourcing studio.