Double Stallion is growing and we are looking for a full-time Senior 3D Artist to work on future projects. You will work closely with our Art Lead and Art Director to help build up a new 3D pipeline as well as create 3D assets for our next game.
Our ideal candidate has an affinity for stylized 3D rendering and animation, enthusiasm in building up pipelines, knowledge in best practices, and is excited to be a part of a growing and evolving team.
Our next project is a shonen-inspired action game, which builds upon our 10 years of experience in creating side scrolling combat games. You will join us as we delve into pre-production to help flesh out this exciting new IP!
This role includes, but is not limited to:
**We value a candidate’s talent and potential over their years of experience. Experience is important, but we also welcome people who show motivation, a strong portfolio, and an eye for quality.
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If this sounds interesting to you, we can’t wait to meet you!
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