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Senior Environment Artist

Come and join the Futur!

The team behind the critically acclaimed Velocity series has an exciting new opportunity for a 3D artist with a keen interest in environment art, to join the team!

Joining us in our sunny seaside Brighton office, you will have responsibility for creating the environments in our next (multiplatform) game, you will also be comfortable turning your hand to other aspects of 3D game art production, from modeling, texturing and rigging to animation and lighting. As one of the more experienced artists on the team, you will also mentor the junior artists to continually improve standards and art processes.

This position is ideal for someone who is keen to have their ideas listened to and will enjoy seeing their own work highly visible within a finished product. It’s important that you are proactive, positive and care about creating high quality and fun experiences.

Requirements:

  • Served as senior artist in a previous role.
  • Shipped at least 2 PC or console titles.
  • Comfortable using 3DS Max, Substance Designer/Painter, Zbrush and 3d Coat.
  • Excellent hard surface and organic modeling, look dev, lighting and scene setup.
  • Creating concepts, animation, rigging, shader knowledge, scripting a plus.
  • Experience with Unity a plus.
  • Ability to effectively itemise tasks and assign realistic time scales to them.
  • Fabulous communication skills with a friendly, helpful and positive demeanor.

Job description:

  • Primarily responsible for creating worlds and bringing them up to the visual target.
  • Assisting with other aspects of game art when necessary, e.g. Env VFX, animation, props etc.
  • Ensuring that all game artwork is produced to the highest possible quality.
  • Mentoring less experienced artists.
  • Assist the Lead Artist to define any art processes and pipelines to be implemented.
  • Working with the Creative Director to create uniquely artistic visuals with style and flair.
  • Working with the Producer to schedule art tasks.

FuturLab foster an inclusive and welcoming culture, check out the Life at FuturLab page (www.futurlab.co.uk/life-at-futurlab) for reasons why you’d love working here!

If you have the skills, experience and passion for the role then please get in touch as we’d love to hear from you!

Email your latest CV, cover letter and crucially a portfolio link to jobs@futurlab.co.uk

You must be able to demonstrate eligibility and a VALID WORKING VISA to work in the United Kingdom and be willing to relocate / commute to the Brighton area. We offer UK and EU nationals a relocation package to help move to the area.

Package:

  • Competitive salary + performance related bonus.
  • Generous pension scheme.
  • Private healthcare.
  • Weekly Pilates class.
  • Relocation package.
  • Childcare vouchers.
  • 28 days holiday + 2 duvet days.

Sadly, candidates without a valid UK work Visa cannot be considered – FuturLab do not have a licence to sponsor candidates outside of the EU.

3D Artist

The team behind the critically acclaimed Velocity series has an exciting new opportunity for a 3D artist with a keen interest in environment art, to join the team!

Joining us in our sunny seaside Brighton office, you will have responsibility for creating the environments in our next (multiplatform) game, you will also be comfortable turning your hand to other aspects of 3D game art production, from modeling, texturing and rigging to animation and lighting.

This position is ideal for someone who is keen to have their ideas listened to and will enjoy seeing their own work highly visible within a finished product. It’s important that you are proactive, positive and care about creating high quality and fun experiences.

Requirements:

  • Experience working on a PC or console title.
  • Comfortable using 3DS Max, Substance Designer/Painter, Zbrush and 3d Coat.
  • Excellent hard surface and organic modeling, look dev, lighting and scene setup.
  • Experience with creating stylized environments.
  • Creating concepts, animation, rigging, shader knowledge, scripting a plus.
  • Experience with Unity a plus.
  • Ability to effectively itemise tasks and assign realistic time scales to them.
  • Fabulous communication skills with a friendly, helpful and positive demeanor.

Job description:

  • Primarily responsible for creating worlds and bringing them up to the visual target.
  • Assisting with other aspects of game art when necessary, e.g. Env VFX, animation, props etc.
  • Ensuring that all game artwork is produced to the highest possible quality.
  • Mentoring less experienced artists.
  • Assist the Lead Artist to define any art processes and pipelines to be implemented.
  • Working with the Creative Director to create uniquely artistic visuals with style and flair.
  • Working with the Producer to schedule art tasks.

FuturLab foster an inclusive and welcoming culture, check out the Life at FuturLab page (www.futurlab.co.uk/life-at-futurlab) for reasons why you’d love working here!

If you have the skills, experience and passion for the role then please get in touch as we’d love to hear from you!

Email your latest CV, cover letter and crucially a portfolio link to jobs@futurlab.co.uk

You must be able to demonstrate eligibility and a VALID WORKING VISA to work in the United Kingdom and be willing to relocate / commute to the Brighton area. We offer UK and EU nationals a relocation package to help move to the area.

Package:

  • Competitive salary + performance related bonus.
  • Generous pension scheme.
  • Private healthcare.
  • Weekly Pilates class.
  • Relocation package.
  • Childcare vouchers.
  • 28 days holiday + 2 duvet days.

Sadly, candidates without a valid UK work Visa cannot be considered – FuturLab do not have a licence to sponsor candidates outside of the EU.


Don’t see anything for you?

If you have an impressive portfolio of any kind, please email jobs@futurlab.co.uk with your latest CV and a link to any of your work online, as we’re always interested to hear from enthusiastic and talented people.

At this time we are unable to offer any internships or work experience.

Please note that we’re working flat out making all kinds of awesome, and don’t always have the time to reply to speculative applications.

Essential Tips When Sending Your CV

  1. Spell and format our company name correctly
  2. Mention at least one of our games
  3. Mention why you think your skills will help contribute to our games.

A Note To Recruiters

In the nicest way, please don’t get in touch, we’ll be touch if we need you 🙂

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