Position Level: Mid to Senior
Contract Type: Employee/Contract
1. At least 4 years experience in concept design/visual development.
2. Outstanding portfolio that demonstrates a strong artistic style and design sensibility
3. Strong use of research and reference material that supports idea generation and problem solving
4. Excellent drawing skills in both traditional and digital formats, experience in Photoshop, Painter, etc.
5. Superior eye for light, value, color and composition
6. Excellent communication skills and ability to take direction and accept critical review of your work
7. Require knowledge of human anatomy, traditional painting and drawing methods, and experience in Photoshop.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Responsible for creating original and imaginative concept art for characters, environments and other assets. A successful candidate is expected to present a clear and comprehensive process of research and exploration that supports their final art, and have a strong understanding of efficient ideation techniques. The ability to work both independently and in cooperation with Leads and other Artists to complete assignments and a demonstration of strong artistic interpretation skills is also required. Learn about life in China:PXO China
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PIXOMONDO is an international visual effects company with a global network. We are recruiting for key positions in our Beijing office, where we would like to welcome anyone with the right experience to work in a fresh and international environment.
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