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Experienced Environment Artist – Warwickshire, UK – Games

Location: Southam, UK Salary: Negotiable

Job ID: # Posted: 2 years ago


Job Title: Experienced Environment Artist

Location: Warwickshire

Job Type: Permanent

Projects: Games


OPM are representing candidates to a developer of racing IPs known to millions throughout the world. The studio is continuing to develop eagerly anticipated titles leading the field in the racing genre.

Our Client has consistently developed innovative and successful award-winning racing games. They have a rich and unrivalled heritage of multiple award-winning racing, and these titles embody their cornerstones of passion, quality, continuous innovation, and an all-encompassing ambition to be the world leader in what they do.

Working in a passionate close-knit team that ensures your voice doesn’t get lost in the crowd, you will deliver ‘AAA’ racing games within a studio that will value and recognize your contributions.
Their mission is to be the world’s number one racing games developer.


  • You have worked on a minimum of 2 released video games for any of these platforms:
  • Xbox, PlayStation or PC. Alternatively, your portfolio features artwork of exceptional quality.
  • Your portfolio demonstrates the ability to model 3d environments and 3d environment assets.
  • Expert in 3d studio max, maya or a similar 3d package.
  • Expert in using photoshop for texture creation.
  • You are competent using substance painter.

Tagged as: Environment Art

Tags: Environment Art Categories: Art , Creative


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