Are you a Final Layout Artist interested in working on LEGO® 2? The Final Layout Artist is responsible for camera polishing, stereo, final set dressing and picture compositing.

 

What you’ll get to do:

  • Finalising the cinematic staging and camera positioning as directed by the Layout Supervisor or Director
  • Work closely with the Layout Leads and Supervisor to polish camera animation and lensing style which is in alignment with, the film director’s vision for the film and its narrative
  • Clearly understand the creative requirements of a sequence and deliver these creative goals in a timely manner and to the highest standard
  • Work closely with the Stereo department to implement stereo qualities into the narrative
  • Provide technical setups of shots to downstream departments
  • Keep abreast of relevant and related emerging techniques and technologies
  • Adhere to deadlines and anticipate, communicate and troubleshoot technical issues with Production
  • Help provide solutions to creative briefs through existing tools & processes
  • Understand department pipeline including all assets and tools, and their purpose
  • Become proficient with the departments propriety tools                  

 

What you bring:

  • 3+ years’ experience working in CG on feature animation, VFX projects or TV Series
  • 3+ years’ experience in Final Layout and/or Stereo team
  • Previous experience working with large digital feature film production pipelines
  • Previous experience in Stereo is a bonus
  • Working knowledge and understanding of 3D software packages used in digital film production, in particular XSI and Maya
  • Working knowledge and understanding of camera polishing and composition techniques such as f/stop and framing rules
  • Working knowledge of camera animation, scene set-up and set dressing
  • Ability to produce high-level camera work with an in depth knowledge of framing, composition and cinematography
  • An understanding of editing and ensuring continuity over a sequence of shots and the film
  • Excellent visual communication skills including but not limited to drawing
  • Recognized post-secondary qualification in animation, film or related field is preferable
  • A demonstrated passion in camera animation, picture cinematography, cinematographic history, staging and directing
  • Enthusiasm, positivity, initiative and talent, coupled with an understanding for taking direction
  • Have an “eye” for picture composition and attention to detail
  • Ability to work solo as well as collaboratively within a team environment
  • Maintain a flexible approach with the ability to achieve deadlines within a team environment while under pressure
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to efficiently organize and prioritize work across multiple areas
  • Willing to learn, and contribute to the success of the team and project
  • Have the ability to listen and be open to all feedback given
  • Open to new workflows and tool sets

 

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