This is a bit of an unusual request. As of this moment, I have little in the way of income, so I can't really make this a paid request with any confidence of being able to actually make said payment in a reasonable time frame, so guess this goes here.
That said, if any interested parties can do what I'm asking to a good enough level, and I can bring the game to production, any artists will be credited, and paid, based on their contributions and the success of the project.
That said, here's what I am needing right now.
There are a lot of cards. They all need card frames and backs, and preferably art work. This is a very big project, as the board has 50 cards, plus 6 different Player Character cards, and a number of NPC characters. The NPCs and Players also have Stands that need to be designed as well.
The game will have multiple boards in the end, but is only going to launch with 1. It has not yet been decided which of the two finished boards will be used for the launch, Regardless, a level of creativity is needed for this job, as the boards are in Concept Art form at this time. One of them is far more detailed and closer to a finalized version (when it was made, since it was the second board, more time was afforded to make it a little more detailed, and thus it's a little beyond what I would call "concept art" at this point). Details will be mostly 2D, but with a touch of 3D elements. Need to be decent at environments of many types. Just the two boards we have right now include Castles (one in ruins), Swamps, Graveyards, Caves, Volcanoes, and Haunted Villages, just to name a few of the elements involved. While they don't need to be drawn out in huge, epic detail (this IS a board game after all), it is preferable for the area to be identified for what it is at a glance, so a certain level of detail is necessary. It is also necessary to clearly show paths, open doorways, locked doorways, and secret passages, potentially among other things. If you are open to doing work under this area, please keep these things in mind.
Probably the least important at the moment, as it is likely to be impacted by the artwork in the other areas, I am still going to be looking for people eventually to fill the role of making an eye-catching box design. Fairly straight forward. There are some ideas already for this, but I am likely to hold off on actually putting any final decisions on a box design until I have other art work to use as a base for the box art itself.
This will be making a printable PDF form of the rules, and may include help rewriting the rules to make them easier to understand by those who HAVEN'T been play-testing the game for months on end, as well as nice art, good layout for the rules as a whole, and similar things.
While I can't think of anything else that will NEED an artist off the top of my head... well, I'm also not an artist. If you experienced artists have any tips, or know of something that is needed for this that I just don't have done yet, please let me know. I am always open to suggestions to improve.
Also, as it's kind of important, if anyone has any knowledge of the copyright laws as they relate to board games, I would appreciate advice on how to go about copyrighting my game as well. It's still a relatively small project at this point, even if it is playable, but I have to get it taken care of eventually (preferably before I start trying to figure out how to advertise it and stuff).