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03-11-2011, 09:19 AM
Double Negative is a full-service VFX facility capable of handling projects from initial design through on-set supervision and production to post-production. All key post-production technologies are available in-house to allow for maximum flexibility. Our R&D Department is constantly developing groundbreaking software to ensure we remain at the cutting edge of global VFX.

We are currently in production on John Carter Of Mars, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Captain America: The First Avenger.

We are looking for talented people to join our team!

Job Title: Animator

Department: 3D

Location: Singapore

Reports To: Head of Animation

Key Purpose of the Job

An Animator is responsible for expediting high quality character/creature animation for feature films.

Needs to Do

Work closely with the animation lead/supervisor to create believable animation with convincing performances and motion

Be aware of project schedules and be capable of delivering work to deadlines

Must communicate well and be willing to take notes and direction

Must work well in a team

Needs to Know

3+ years CG experience, ideally within feature films

Ability to perform visual and analytical problem solving in 3-dimensional space, including the ability to accurately interpret 3D layouts and analyse 3D form

Ability to problem solve and predict potential problems with assigned tasks

Thorough knowledge of Maya

Needs to be

Well versed in the principles of animation

Ability to work well in a team environment

Highly motivated


Must communicate well and be able to take notes and direction

Measures of Performance

Must achieve set quota per week/month

If you are interested please apply online at www.dneg.com/jobs (http://www.dneg.com/jobs)

We look forward to hearing from you!

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