Lead Environment Artist
10 Chambers Collective – Stockholm, SE
10 Chambers Collective are about to begin work on their new project, making it an ideal time to become their new Lead Environment Artist.
You will work closely with the Art Director, a talented and close knit team of artists and level designers to assemble and detail beautiful game environments. You'll possess the ability to visualise and build levels, with a strong understanding of game design and game mechanics.
The skills and experience you'll bring to the role…
- 5 years industry experience with shipped AAA titles
- Strong interest in level design, with a good understanding of modular modelling
- Comfortable with Maya, Max, Unity 3D, Substance Painter, Substance Designer
- Strong communication skills
- Self-motivated, collaborative and passionate about your work
- Excellent command of English (Swedish is not a requirement)
Bonus points if you have any of the following…
- Experience creating reusable and modular assets
- A foundation in traditional arts
This role is studio based, and you'll be working out 10 Chambers offices in the beautiful city of Stockholm. The studio offers a relocation and visa support package, and are able to consider most salary expectations.
Last year, 10 Chambers Collective released their much anticipated horror game GTFO to the masses. The plaudits came in thick and fast, and the player rating is still incredibly high on Steam to this day. On the back of this success, they are about to begin work on their brand new IP. Why not join them!
What 10 Chambers achieved with GTFO using Unity and C# pushed the boundaries of what was thought possible, and they are about to start a significant expansion of their team to help them to continue that technological advancement. With that in mind, we are really pleased to be supporting them in their search for a talented Lead Environment Artist! Does that sound like you?
They describe themselves as a nice studio, full of nice people. Many of their employees have families, so they recognise that the working day should be set to ensure that there is a healthy work-life balance and there is categorically no crunch. So, with all that in mind, it's clear that this is a great studio to be a part of.
To set up a confidential conversation about this role, or to find out more about the studio please click on the link or get in touch!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1709 834777.