■具体的な業務内容

アート指導者・ディレクターとして、アートスタイルを決定し、プロジェクト拡大として、3Dアートパイプラインを設定して最適化するため、成長していくアートチームへのスクラッチ、サポート及び指導を支援する

アートチームとデサインチームに全体的な支援を提供し、何人の3Dアーティストを雇用、管理及び指導する

全てのチームメンバーと協力し、マルチ規律されたアプローチを取って、創造力を作り上げて問題解決する

2D/3Dデザインをベースにして、ゲームの技術的な要求に満たした高品質モデルを作り上げて実行する


人体に基づいたキャラクターと道具の材料を開発し、スタイルの目標とゲームの視覚効果を達成する

Unreal/Unityへの十分な理解力と3Dアート作製に強力な芸術スキル及び仕事知識を有する

 

◆必須の経験/能力

10年以上のゲームアート経験、及び5年以上の管理経験を持つ方

自己動機づけ力、優れたコミュニケーションスキル、及びチームプレーヤー態度と持っている方

堅実的な芸術背景、幅広い視野、強い美的感覚を有している方

デジタル内容の作成ツール、例えば、フォトショップ、3Dソフトウェア、Renderign enginesなどに強い理解している方

モバイルゲームまたはAAAゲーム開発に10年以上プロのアーティスト経験を持つ方;建築、インテリア、外装、道具のプロデューサー及びテクニカルディレクターと仕事経験を持つ方


3Dモデリングソフトウェアに経験、優れた説明スキル、構成、色彩理論、価値、フォーム、形状言語及びシルエットへの深い理解と持っている方

一つのアイデアを構想段階から完成したイラストまでにつながる能力、これらのアイデアをリアルタイムのゲーム環境に転換する理解力を持つ方

 

◆望ましい経験/能力

中国文化を理解し、異文化に解放的な態度を取る

他のスクリプティング及びプログラミング言語(パイソン、Maya Mel、Javascript、Javascript、など)に経験

マルチプラットフォーム、マルチプロジェクト環境に仕事と開発することに熟知

パイプライン開発の理解、及び効率的なユーザーインターフェイスの作り上げる能力

 

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

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Tencent:
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