An opportunity has recently opened to join one of the leading studios in Console Gaming (based in Poland) as the Environment artist.The right candidate would work as part of an established art team, you will be able to play an integral role in creating high poly sculpts and low poly models based on original concepts. The perfect candidate will be passionate about futuristic settings and photo-realistic environments. You will be working with a team of designers, artists where you can share your knowledge and develop your skill set alongside your teammates.
- Creating photorealistic textures using different tools and software’s
- Create high poly models and low poly models
- Maintain a high-quality level when working and meeting deadlines
- Must adhere to technical specifications when creating environmental assets
- Can cooperate with other artists and designers
- Minimum 2 years’ experience in games industry on at least one AAA Title
- Solid knowledge of 3DS MAX, Maya and photoshop and other 2D/3D applications
- Ability to create high poly and low poly models and textures
- Knowledge of composition, lighting, physically based rendering
- Experience with procedural packages
- Great eye for detail, team player, self-motivated with great communication skills.
- Basic knowledge of level design is a plus
If you feel that your background is well suited and you are looking for an exciting opportunity to join one of the most progressive studios in the gaming industry then apply today. Applications are being reviewed immediately.
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