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mechen
10-05-2010, 09:29 AM
Digital Matte Artists have the ability to create photo-real environments and landscapes exhibiting a strong foundation in photo-realistic traditional and digital art skills with an emphasis on landscapes. Performs tasks related to integrating added imagery into a shots, preserving a unified sense of lighting, perspective, and color. Also responsible for creating original 2D and 3D content that may comprise part or all of an environment.

# Combines painting skills in animation software, with a knowledge of photography, practical and digital modeling, and design, to create 2D and 3D paintings for digital environments.
# Works closely with the Lead Digital Matte Painter and Supervisors to ensure that plates meet planned concept design requirements.
# Work with ILM production teams to establish appropriate methods and accurate estimates on shot production.
# Complete work within the bid timeframe, while maintaining constant communication with production teams and other CG artists.

Requirements:
# Bachelorís degree in art, industrial design, theatrical design or painting preferred.
# 8+ years of related production experience with at least 5 years of feature film experience.
# Demo reel and/or portfolio required
# A proficiency in Adobe Photoshop is required.
# Strong knowledge of camera focal lengths, good sense of composition and an understanding of different out-put requirements. Requires knowledge of 2D and 3D animation, software, and motion.
# Strong knowledge and ability in perspective, value matching 35 mm photography, flatbed scanning, and motion.
# Knowledge of 3D modeling and rendering programs.
# Understanding of 2D compositing software.

To apply, click here:
https://www.lucasfilm.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=2358&CurrentPage=2

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