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SENIOR 3D ARTIST for a game development company

29.09.2015 12:24
 
Chimera EntertainmentDi. 29 Sep. 2015, 12:24 Uhr
Chimera Entertainment is a creative and independent development studio for digital entertainment
software in Munich. The company was founded in 2006 with the support of the production house
remote control productions GmbH. In addition to developing its own IPs, Chimera Entertainment
implements work for hire, from conception to completion. Gameplay and creative imagination
are always in the foreground.


Location: Munich
Starting: Immediately
Employment: On site, fulltime


The kind of stuff you’ll be doing:
• Modelling and texturing of highpoly & lowpoly models for characters, surroundings, props, buildings
• Designing detailed textures in Photoshop
• Animating characters, props, buildings, landscapes and 3D surroundings
• Developing creative asset workflows


Who we’re looking for:
• Minimum three years of related professional experience
• You love playing mobile, browser games and video games
• You can model and texture high quality assets for different platforms (mobile, PC )
• You have solid skills with Photoshop, 3DS Max and other common tools (ZBrush, xnormal)
• You have knowledge of different game engines, common workflows and development processes in the games industry
• You have the ability to work self-directed and reliably
• You have excellent communication skills within small team structures (German/English)
• You are highly motivated, flexible and a team player
• You have great communication skills in English both verbally and in writing

Nice to have:
• Experience in programing shaders
• Rigging and skinning skills
• Familiarity with working in Unity 3D
• Experience in handling outsourcing and motion capturing partners

http://jobs.r-control.de/job/senior-3d_artist/



Please send your complete application including photo and cover letter via e-mail to Ms. Ina Hoffmann:
jobs@chimera-entertainment.de
 
 

 


 
 
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