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Junior 2D Artists - Pocket Sized Hands

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Into Games
πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Dundee

Kickstart is a Government scheme aimed to help support young people back into work after the economic effects of the pandemic. It’s aimed at 16-24-year-olds who are not in education and are currently claiming universal credit.

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Pocket Sized Hands is an award-winning AR/VR developer focusing on creating original content and building bespoke software solutions. Currently, we are working on our own original IP (Intellectual Property) as well as building innovative AR/VR (Augmented reality/Virtual Reality) software for businesses worldwide.

We are expanding our wee talented team! As a 2D/Generalist at Pocket Sized Hands, you will help with the creation of 2D assets throughout our portfolio of projects. You’ll work closely with our art team on the production of game-ready assets all while putting your own creative stamp onto the design within our games.

We’re looking for an enthusiastic individual who is not afraid to experiment with different styles and try new things. While primarily working on 2D art, it may be expected at times to assist with the production of 3D assets.

Your duties will consist of: Working closely with the Art lead on developing 2D and 3D artwork that fits a game's style; Creatively explore art styles for upcoming and existing projects; Concept and prototype new character/environment designs for our projects; Work closely with our team leads to communicate issues and blockers on your workload.

As a junior 2D artist/generalist at Pocket Sized Hands, you will develop a better understanding of the production pipeline in games with specific detail in learning more about the art pipelines from pre-production to post-production.

You should have a degree in computer arts or equivalent experience, as well as knowledge of photoshop/illustrator, and Autodesk or Maya with a portfolio showcasing your skills.

You should have great interpersonal skills, be friendly, approachable, and be able to listen to and understand problems.