Technical Artist (Unannounced Project) at Ubisoft Reflections

Technical Artist (Unannounced Project) at Ubisoft Reflections

The Technical Artist will develop and champion artistic, creative and technical solutions.


  • Understand best practices, pipelines, and workflows;
  • Blue Sky creative possibilities with the art and level design production teams;
  • Facilitate the creation of Blue Sky creative concepts to technically feasible and performance experiences for industry-leading content;
  • Participate in technical art reviews, post-mortem analysis, encourage artists to share  knowledge with their peers;
  • Work with the technical art team to identify ways to increase efficiencies in processes and production pipelines. Constructively identify risks or flaws in proposed pipelines and content;
  • Provide documentation of art processes and assist in defining the art pipeline as needed;
  • Streamline modeling, texturing and visual effects with content owners to meet the needs of the project;
  • Optimize content for memory and performance gains;
  • Consult with team members providing constructive advice and feedback;
  • Provide training for artists in approved 2D and 3D techniques and methods;
  • Maintain a balance between day to day work and improving workflows;
  • Support the Technical Art Director with any ad hoc tasks and duties.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Proactive and results orientated;
  • Willingness to share knowledge openly;
  • Working knowledge of standard office software such as Word, Excel, OneNote etc.;
  • Knowledge of industry-standard software packages such as Maya, 3DSMax, Photoshop etc.;
  • Understanding of platform strengths and limitations;
  • Knowledge of art asset pipelines;
  • Aptitude for scripting and programming using languages such as Max Script, Python, C Sharp etc.;
  • Strong time management and prioritization skills;
  • Technical proficiency in areas of 2D and 3D art;
  • Ability to understand and communicate technical issues from an aesthetic point of view.

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