Remote Technical Artist
Are you a talented Technical Artist looking for a new challenge and like the sound of joining a well-respected studio and working on brand new IP? If this sounds like you, keep reading!
As a Technical Artist at this fully remote studio, you will have the chance to work on the development and optimisation of workflows in the pipeline, developing new game systems, using your foundation in art as well as the technical aspect of coding and scripting to bridge the gap between engineering and art.
This studio is the industry leaders in simulated racing games, with competitions and thousands of members signed up, it’s safe to say the studio is thriving and enjoying their well-earned success. If you like the sound of working for a well-established company with a hugely talented team, you’ll be a great fit for this role.
Key requirements for this remote role:
If you think you could be a good fit for this role, get in touch with Eleanor on firstname.lastname@example.org or apply through the form below now.
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Years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will only consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for the role.
Please be aware that while we would love to respond to every application we receive, due to high numbers we cannot guarantee this. We do however appreciate any time you invest into the application and will make sure to get in touch should anything in future more closely fit your skillset.
Our Art Resourcer, Eleanor is on hand to help candidates with expertise in all areas of game art from Character Artists to Environment Artists, UI Artists, Technical Artists and everything in between. Get in touch with Eleanor to find out about the latest game art opportunities today – and if you’re a Shrek fan, don’t forget to ask her to do her “do the roar” impression for you while you’ve got her on the phone...