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Description: From Oakmoor Recruitment limited -
We are recruiting on behalf of an award winning, leading virtual reality development studio or are looking to add a Lead Artist to their existing team.
Please Note: You must be willing to relocate to the Republic of Ireland for this opportunity. This job is not available for remote workers.
Lead Artist: Salary and Benefits £45k-£50k annual salary Relocation costs covered (Flights, rental deposit and first month rent paid) Training and upskilling programme Opportunity to join a successful and growing organisation, working with a team of award-winning developers
Lead Artist: Main Duties Create and maintain 3D prop and modular assets Create and maintain texture library Work with the Art team to maintain consistency through the game world Work with the Design team to ensure gameflow is optimal around assets
Lead Artist: Essential Experience 5+ years industry experience working with Unity or other game frameworks Demonstrable experience at creating Environment Art either commercially or on a completed mod with multiple releases Expert knowledge with 3D modelling packages such as Maya or 3D Studio Max Thorough knowledge of and experience with Adobe Photoshop Experience in production of textures for foliage Experience in photo realistic texture creation including diffuse, specular and bump maps Experience working in an Agile environment Experience in production of procedural textures
To be considered for this position please click on the APPLY button below including your current CV and link to portfolio where appropriate.
Added on: 15/03/2019
Ends on: 26/04/2019
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom
Structure: permanent, full time Up to 40 hours
Package: GBP £45000 Apply for job
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