3D Generalist

Art

Location
Los Angeles
Employment Type
Permanent
Salary
Salary on application

A leading VR studio has an open vacancy for a talented and experienced 3D Generalist based out of their US studio.

Working as part of an established art team you will be able to play an integral role in the design and animation of high quality 3D assets 

You will have a broad understanding of numerous 3D tasks including modelling, texturing, rendering, animation, scripting, rigging, shading Strong knowledge of 3DS Max and after effects is essential. 

2 years+ experience on production projects is vital, familiar with technical aspects of CG work Good communication skills. 

Fluency in written and spoken English Proven track record and experience delivering projects to defined milestones Showreel essential

The role is permanent, and will be an in-house position based in Portsmouth.Skills and experience required:

  • 2+ years CG industry experience
  • Expert knowledge of designing and creating high and low poly assets including detailed use of colour, form, shape and composition
  • Understanding of optimisation for multiple platforms
  • Character animation, rigging, modelling and texturing skills are all highly advantageous
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

This studio is looking to hire the finest most ambitious artists to build on an already established reputation in the gaming industry. If this seems the right career step for you then contact hk@skillsearch.com directly to discuss the role in more detail and have your application considered today.

Reference: ADXM-767462

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Consultant Harry Kwok

Working alongside Alex, Harry is dedicated to speaking to brilliant Games Artists across the globe. A County level Squash champion Harry also likes a sedate life and is more likely to be found at the weekend with a fishing rod in hand rather than a racquet.