業務内容

  1. ゲーム内のライティング作業全般(背景を主にして)
  2. UE4でキャラクター、背景のセットアップ、ライティングとマテリアルの作成
  3. 全体の質感を高め、グラフィックのクオリティーをより魅力的なものに導き続ける
  4. プログラマと連携してのレンダリングエンジンの開発

 

必要業務経験:

  1. UE4を使ってゲーム制作におけるライティングアーティストの実務経験2年以上、一人前のように大規模なシーンのライティングとマテリアルを完成できる方
  2. UE4のライティング、マテリアルに精通する
  3. 色、照明に対する審美眼
  4. ライティング、レンダリングに関する幅広く深い知識

 

歓迎条件:

  1. Pixivなど公開作品のある方
  2. 日本語ビジネスレベル以上
  3. 中国語、英語での会話及び読み書きができる方

 

勤務要件:

■勤務時間:09:30 ~ 18:30

■勤務開始日:ASAP

■給与:社内規定により、交通費支給、社会保険、健康保険など

 

勤務地:

■住所:東京都港区虎ノ門1−23−1虎ノ門ヒルズ森タワー 29階

■最寄り駅:

東京メトロ銀座線『虎ノ門駅』1番出口より徒歩約5分

東京メトロ日比谷線『神谷町駅』3番出口より徒歩約6分

東京メトロ千代田線・丸ノ内線・日比谷線『霞ヶ関駅』A12出口より徒歩約8分

都営三田線『内幸町駅』A3出口より徒歩約8分

JR『新橋駅』より徒歩約11分

 

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