Sr. 3D Animator (games)
- Remote Address, City, CA
Educated: Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related CG field
Experienced: 5+ years in the game industry, worked on titles on multiple platforms (mobile a plus)
Visionary: Ability to envision extensible and efficient methods for production and improvements to everything from Avatar, Clothing, Hair, and skin shading.
Knowledgeable: Strong understanding of modern real-time engines, variety of art tools (including Maya and Blender), runtime animation, complex deformation systems and cloth simulation
Skilled: Demonstrates an expertise in human motion, squash and stretch, timing, and secondary motion.
Technical: Can build rigs, morph targets, do skin weighting, and solvers for hair and cloth.
Creative: You take a creative and strategic approach to solving existing issues and driving new tools/functionality for our developers
Driven: A desire to learn, explore and provide value in a fast-paced, fluid environment
Team-oriented: Solid communication and collaboration skills
You will be creating benchmark animations suitable for avatars that go beyond what is currently available on the platform.
Work with engineers to solve technical issues like blended animations.
Create custom rigs for set-piece animations.
Help develop and improve animation tools and pipelines within the Studio.
Author specs for new features and improvements to the animation system
Investigate and provide feedback on our tools and pipelines from an artist and game developer perspective
Document work and pipelines and create user-friendly tutorials.
Give feedback to any outsourced animations.
Be the content coordinator for all animation assets.
Employees from diverse or underrepresented backgrounds encouraged to apply.
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