Do you play video games frequently?
Are you a coder with an artistic side, or an artist with a keen understanding of technology? Do you enjoy following “making of” movies for various projects, to figure out how special effects are created, how digital lighting works, to understand the workflows used for creating 2D digital art, 3D models and animations? Are you looking for an opportunity to enter the game development industry?
FUN labs is seeking talented passionate creative and hard working individuals with an active interest in the video games industry to fill Technical Artists positions for upcoming projects.
FUN labs has been extremely active in the game development industry since, having released numerous titles for PC, Sony PlayStation, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation, Playstation, Microsoft XBOX, Xbox 360 and XBOX One, Nintendo GameCube,Wii and WiiU. Business partners include Activision, Telltale, Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo. FUN labs has developed more than 40 published projects so far, approximately three projects each year, many of them being cross-platform. Currently the company has approximately 40 employees.
Job Title: Technical Artist (Mid level to Advanced)
Reports to: Project Manager/Technical Director
Division/Department: Production Basic Function: bridges the gap between artists and programmers, making sure that the game vision makes its way into the final product with an optimal use of technology. Assists in identifying workflow pitfalls and continuously seeks to improve existing tools and technology. Creates custom tools for production environments like Maya and UE4, creates animation rigs, automates highly repetitive tasks, creates complex special effects. Assist in profiling and game-engine related performance analysis.
Principal Working Relationships: Works with artists, programmers and sound engineers to contribute to the development of the technology, tools and game world.
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Salary: Salary is negotiated after the job interview