3D Art Generalist - Unity 3D Experience

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  1. adesilva

    adesilva New Member

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    RatDog Games is looking for a 3D Art Generalist to join our team on either a full time or part time basis depending on the candidate.

    The project is a 3D FPS created in Unity 3D.

    The ideal candidate would have experience with Unity 3D

    We are looking for someone who can assist in the following ways:
    -> VFX Creation
    -> 3D Modeling
    -> Texturing
    -> UI Design / Art

    • Experience creating complex real time particle systems in Unity
    • Experience modeling/creating effects in 3D Studio Max, Maya, or comparable application.
    • Experience painting and assembling sprite sheets in Photoshop or comparable applications.
    • Comfortable with the use of out-of-box shaders and materials that are appropriate for real-time
    effects.
    • Ability to create stylized effects.
    • Familiarity with real time animation pipelines for vfx integration.
    • Comfortable working in a highly collaborate and iterative environment.
    • Comfortable taking ownership of your tasks; driving the creative process based on direction and
    feedback.

    What can also help you be successful in this role?
    • Love of playing and creating games.
    • Experience in writing optimized shaders and scripts.
    • Experience in procedural development using Houdini.
    • Familiarity with real time environmental lighting methods.


    View Link Below for Gameplay Footage of project:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0sW_ehiluo&t=131s

    Feel free to contact with your portfolio at andrew(at)ratdoggames(dot)com
     

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