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The Develop Jobs board is home to hundreds of game job vacancies based in the UK and around the world across a plethora of different professions.

One of the latest new vacancies on our jobs board is for the role of Pre Visualisation Artist at Grand Theft Auto V developer Rockstar North. You can find details on the position below.

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Pre Visualisation Artist – Rockstar North

UK

Join our team to create next-generation worlds for some exciting upcoming projects! Candidates must be able to design beautiful, immersive and believable environments that work within the restraints of the medium.

Responsibilities

  • You will be responsible for creating a very high quality of previz design work.
  • Be able to take a basic brief and flesh it out with own research.
  • Create spatial designs using 3D sketch models.
  • Create mood and reference boards for artists as required.
  • Pursue a high quality of both aesthetics and visual storytelling.
  • Work closely with 3D artists with the final product in mind, both getting and giving feedback.
  • Proactively seek feedback from Leads and Creative Directors.
  • Proactively keep Leads and Creative Directors informed of progress and developments.
  • Participate in R&D, problem solving spatial and artistic solutions to technical problems.
  • Work with flair within the restraints of the medium.
  • Actively pursue knowledge of the medium – what works, what doesn’t, and what we can do about it.

For more details and to apply, click here.

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