Senior 3D Animator at Wolcen Studio
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Senior 3D Animator at Wolcen Studio
26 September, 2018
Art / animation

The team is looking for a passionate and ambitious Senior 3D Animator to bring to life the characters and creatures in their game Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem.

Salary: not mentioned
Company: Wolcen Studio
Location: France, Nice
Position type: Full-time
Remote job: no
Relocation Assistance: no
Responsibilities
  • The Senior animator will be creating high-quality content utilizing hand key animation and developing animations that support gameplay and visuals.
  • Will be implementing and iterating on animation assets in the game.
  • Will be collaborating with the team to create a dynamic player-centric experience along with troubleshooting and solving animation issues and monster animation gameplay.
  • Wil have an understanding of animation and character anatomy.
Requirements
  • At least 5 years of professional experience as an animator
  • Some experience in CRYENGINE or similar game engine
  • Excellent knowledge in Maya
  • Strong understanding of the principles of animation and character anatomy
  • Great creative sensibilities
  • English speaking
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to work full-time in Nice, France

Pluses:

  • At least one AAA shipped title
  • Experience with CRYENGINE
  • Technical knowlegde about rigging, scripting, proficient in Maya
  • ARPG animation skills
  • French speaking
Offer
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