I will give someone who does this credit for the tilesets on my company website and when the game is made in the description, I want someone to make me tilesets for a game I am working on, please no stupid anwsers, you will not get paid but you will get credit for it, respond asap!
I'm surprised that a game development company is asking strangers on the internet to design assets for their game(s). Does your company even have a graphics designer? If your graphics designer can't draw a few simple tiles then s/he needs to be replaced with someone who can.
In any case, you can find some tiles here: http://www.lostgarden.com/2006/07/more-free-game-graphics.html
I was wondering the same thing Framework according to their website it says they even have a Artist working for them (Along with 4 other team members). What is the point of having a artist working for you if you don't use him/her?
I would be careful with this one. Seems like either a kid playing at owning a company or who knows what. I would definitely ask to see what they have produced so far on the project before I would commit any considerable time to the tilesets and whatever else they request. Because all that hard work could be for nothing.
Well in a financial sense ya but I know a lot of artists will do free work just so when the game releases they get reconized for thier work. Though if it never releases they don't even get that :(. Which is why I wouldn't mind do work for free I just have to be sure there is a dedicated team working on it and they at least have a prototype. Though even then there is a chance the project will fall apart but its better then nothing.
You only have 2 production members and a manager for a dev-team? If you're not using any programmers does that mean you're just using some sort of engine, that's both iOS and Andriod? And if not then why are they uncredited :C?
Also if it is only for Andriod and iOS how do you plan on making it online multiplayer? are you going to host the servers your self or just have it be local multiplayer between devices with one device acting as a host?