The recent trend in the game development industry dictates that the game art studio should be able to cover as many services as it can. But as there are no two identical artists out there, all game art companies inevitably vary by the style and the pipeline they can cover efficiently as well. This happens because the key assets at the studio's disposal, i.e. the artists, are also different from each other in terms of their style and skills. Some studios specialise on the full cycle 3D pipeline while covering only some part of 2D, mostly needed to create concept art and polishing the final 3D models. The others, on the contrary, make 2D art their top priority and even focus on specific 2D art styles for selected game genres – casual, slots, dating sims, match-3 and the others. So as you can see, it is important to ask questions and check your potential game art outsourcing partner in order to understand their real capabilities and strengths in the chosen area.