Vegetation/Environment Artist – AAA Games Studio – Stockholm

Location: Stockholm, Sweden Salary: Negotiable

Job ID: #23751 Posted: 2 weeks ago

Project: AAA Games Studio


Our client is looking for a talented and established Vegetation/Environment Artist to join a top-tier, experienced team to help craft cutting edge AAA open-world games.

They are seeking a Vegetation/Environment Artist who will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team creating art for their worlds. They will take assets all the way from conceptual mock-ups through modelling, texturing and making the assets in game.

The successful candidate will have practice creating natural environments, predominantly vegetation and organic terrain. Exposure to creating man made assets, including structures and props, is a bonus.



  • A strong demo reel or portfolio with artistic accomplishments
  • Exceptional modelling and texturing skills using Autodesk Maya and Adobe Photoshop
  • Extensive AAA experience and with a minimum of one open-world title shipped
  • Good experience with physically based rendering
  • A great sense of technical knowledge and problem-solving
  • Passion for video gaming



  • Experience with Zbrush
  • Experience with Speedtree
  • Experience with Allegorithmic Substance Designer or Painter.
  • Experience with photogrammetric asset creation workflows
  • Ability to communicate and realise an artistic vision


Interested in finding out more about the studio and project? Apply now or call directly today on +44 1206 214 417!

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Tags: AAA , Environment Art Categories: Art , Creative


Mitchell Gibson

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