2D Clean up Artist
Freelance - Full time - Work from Home - 3 Month (extension possible) Start from 1st of July to 1st of October.
We're looking for a 2D Clean-up Artist to help us make a truly great film.
As a Clean-up Artist you will work along with Walt Disney Senior Animators Borja Montoro and Manolo Galiana, where your talent, expertise and flair for what makes a great film will be put to good use.
Due to time constraints, the position is offered as a Freelance contract.
The visual of the film is similar to the mood test video below, feel free to check it out to discover more about the aesthetics you will work with.
- Maintaining the artistic integrity of the animation.
- Maintain the consistency in volumes, appeal and “on model” throughout the whole scene.
- Match design references and styles.
- Interpret the rough animation and translate it properly in clean-up without losing the animator’s intention.
- Be self-motivated and have the capacity to work both independently and as part of a team
- Deliver animated footage according to production deadlines and quota schedules
- Have an appreciation of accuracy and pay close attention to detail ensuring the work moves efficiently through the animation pipeline.
- Collaborate with production crew (Designers, Directors, etc.)
Skills & Requirements
- Proven experience as a Clean-Up Artist
- TVPaint knowledge
- Have strong drawing skills
- Have an excellent understanding of the principles of animation and filmmaking
- Be self-motivated and comfortable working with deadlines
- Teamwork and excellent communication skills
- Be able to take direction and be willing to address constructive feedback
- Show respect for the procedures and requirements of the studio production and pipeline
- English or French is a must, as the work will be developed in either these languages
- Working remotely is an option
How to Apply
You can apply by completing our application form available at this address:
About the Company
We are a production company based in Lausanne Switzerland. We are dedicated to the emergence of Swiss entertainment cinema. We’re currently creating and developing an animation short film. Our approach is simple: we want to blend our love for 2D animation with the staging and cinematography of the traditional live action film.
The film is directed by Victor Jaquier, he’s a Director and an Illustrator. He’s best known for the film the Black Lake (2012), as well as a Director for In Memoriam (2007 - Canal +), Cronos et Rhea (2004), La Clé d’Argent (2003).