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Get a job: Be a VFX Artist at InXile Entertainment

The studio responsible for Wasteland 2 is looking for an artist with Unity experience to join the Newport Beach, CA-based inXile and serve as a senior visual effects artist.

January 7, 2016

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Senior VFX ArtistInXile Entertainment

Location: Newport Beach, CA

InXile Entertainment is looking for a Senior VFX Artist to become a part of the RPG revolution!

Our ideal candidate is comfortable working with 3D packages and effects software to create all kinds of VFX (fire, explosions, spells, ambient FX and more), will be able to complete visual effects, from concept and mockup, through iteration and polish, for use in the Unity 3D engine.

Requirements

  • Inventive and innovative personality, willing to research and try new things to create never before seen effects.

  • Experienced in creating visual effects and particle simulations in a real-time engine.

  • Unity3D experience.

  • Organized and thorough work flow.

  • Works well in a collaborative environment.

  • Ability to create highly optimized awesome looking visual effects.

Pluses

  • Shipped AAA games with either Unreal or Unity.

  • Experience creating and working with shaders.

  • Experience working with scripts.

  • Avid gamer.

Interested? Apply now.

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