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6 days ago
Just 13 miles south of Manchester and a 15-minute train journey, is the attractive market town of Wilmslow. Here amongst the boutique shops and independent cafes and bars is the stunning Playdemic studio. Acquired by EA in 2021, Playdemic is home to the top 10 grossing, BAFTA winning mobile smash – Golf Clash. Having opened at the beginning of 2020, our award-winning, bespoke studio space offers conventional desk space as well as indulgent breakout areas, meeting rooms and alternative workspaces. The office has been designed to create an environment that encourages and allows our team to do their very best work.
Playdemic are looking for a 3D Artist to join the team on Golf Clash! The art team works hard to support, inspire, challenge and learn from one another. Whatever your level of experience, you will have the opportunity to develop and grow artistically. In-depth training, discussion, and mentoring is always part of our working process. Reporting to the Lead 3D Artist, this role would require someone to be hybrid/onsite at our Wilmslow studio at least twice a week.
- You will provide high quality 3D assets.
- You will work across all areas of the studio's art requirements - producing standard-setting work which can be used in-game and in a promotional context.
- You will collaborate with the different disciplines to clearly iterate on work for the highest quality outcome.
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- Very creative, with the ability to visualise entirely original concepts and designs and to execute on those ideas to a high level of polish.
- Good level of experience using 3ds Max (or Maya, but with a willingness to switch).
- Experience with Photoshop.
- Can demonstrate a portfolio with examples of 3D asset creation, organic sculpts, hard surface objects/vehicles.
- 3D modelling and UV layout skills.
- Sketching ability to demonstrate ideas/concepts/explain processes.
- A passion for games and the processes involved in making them.