Environment Artist

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Posted
January 18, 2021
Contract
Canada
Remote
15$/h - 30$/h CAD

**This position has been closed.**

We are looking for an Environment Artist to help with the modeling, texturing and in-engine environment composition for our next title, Été. Our goal is to recreate the unique feel of Montreal's streets, back-alleys and parks in detailed, story-rich 3D environments.

Responsibilities

  • Create static 3D models (props) following art direction and technical requirements
  • Assist the level designer and other artists to compose interior and exterior scenes in Unity

Qualifications

  • Experience as a 3D artist, preferably in the games industry
  • High level of proficiency in Maya (ideal) or 3DS Max
  • Familiarity with real-time game development constraints (polycount, LOD, etc.)
  • Familiarity with Unity import pipeline and scene editing
  • Fluency in written English (for project documentation)
  • Fluency in spoken English (for team meetings)
  • Canadian citizenship or permanent residence (due to funding constraints)
  • We will unfortunately not consider students or internships

Conditions

  • 6-12 months contract
  • Hourly salary between 15$/h - 30$/h, based on skill and experience
  • Remote / work from home

Interested?

Please send a portfolio and CV, including previous work experience and notable projects, to contact@impossible.dev by February 5, 2021.

We strongly encourage women, LGBTQ, PoC, and other marginalized or under-represented minorities in the industry to apply to this position.

About Impossible

Impossible is a new Montreal-based studio with a small, diverse, tightly-knit team of 6 people. We're making an unconventional game and we're looking for someone who can contribute to the project with both their personality and their skills.

About Été

We're developing our first title, Été, a first-person painterly exploration game that takes place over the course of a summer in Montreal. Here's the elevator pitch:

Unleash your inner artist by painting Montreal in the summertime. Explore the city at your own pace, solve unique puzzles and let your creativity flow as you meet charming characters over a season filled with everyday wonders.

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