We’re an experienced team who are having a lot of fun working on a 3D retro country life sim with RPG vibes.
Why don’t you join us?
Are you a talented Blender character animator who excels at making stylised characters come alive?
Do you have excellent character modelling and texturing skills in Blender and a proven track-record of using classic animation principles, for example, squash/stretch, anticipation, follow-through, overshoot etc, in your work?
Do you enjoy the process of perfecting your characters and animations based on feedback from the rest of the team and external playtesters?
Do you love pixel art, low-poly modelling/animation and old skool retro gaming?
If so, we might have the perfect job for you.
The person we’re looking for should be able to:
Bonus points for:
In return, we can offer you a full-time job on our team (40 hours per week), a salary that matches your skill level and experience - and a friendly and fun work environment without overtime and crunch time.
Our office is based in the Netherlands.
Working remotely is only an option if you can attend our daily meetings, playthroughs and developer sessions so you’ll need to be in or close to the Central European Time Zone.
Does this sound like you?
To apply, you will need to complete an unpaid test assignment before the 1st of January 2023.
1. We would like you to create, texture and rig a low-poly pixel art 3D character with a single texture in Blender based on the following concept art: ConceptArt
Here are some examples of existing concept art that was turned into animated 3D characters in our game: SampleCharacters
2. The next step is to use Blender to create 1 looping animation showing the character running - and 1 animation showing the character pushing a heavy crate.
Here is the Blender crate model we would like you to use for the 2nd animation (it is intentional that the pixel density is only 32 pixels per meter for this model): SampleCrate
The 1st of January 2023.
Please send the following via email before the 1st of January 2023:
No other text (or cover letter) is needed.
Please write ‘Animator: Your name’ in the subject line of the email.
Best of luck with your submission!