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El Ranchito posted a topic in MarketplaceEl Ranchito is currently looking for a qualified Mid/Senior FX TDs to join us as soon as possible. Location: 100% remote or hibrid Type of contract: Long-term, to start as soon as possible. Primary responsibilities: Working closely with the FX Supervisor to creatively solve effects challenges and develop final shot look. Deliver all elements in a structured way that allows efficient integration into the pipeline. Working with other TD’s and artists to create photo-real effects and physically accurate simulations Working with production management to prioritize tasks. Creatively solve problems and achieve art direction for a shot. Anticipate, communicate and troubleshoot any creative and/or technical problems Requirements: Minimum 3+ years experience in the feature movie and/or television industry. Expert working knowledge of Houdini Software. Experience with rigid body and particle dynamics, volume modelling and rendering, procedural geometry generation and fluid dynamics Proficient knowledge of FX techniques and workflows. Familiarity with one or more coding /scripting languages (VEX/Python/etc…) Good knowledge of NUKE and/or other compositing package. Good communication, organizational, time management and interpersonal skills. Eligible to work in Spain. If you are interested, fill up the recruiting questionnaire that you can find in our website, and please select Apply for / 3D FX. You can also send us your CV, link to our demoreel and availability to email@example.com.
Senior Houdini Artist (Remote)Artist Michelle Lopez is seeking a part-time temporary mid-senior level animator to modify an existing 360 degree animation of an explosion depicting moving debris. Seeking artist with 3-5 years production Houdini experience and 1-2 years Nuke experience for 1-3 weeks of remote work, freelance flexible schedule. The video will be one aspect of an immersive video and sound installation to be presented at the Franklin Institute Planetarium in Philadelphia. The video brings together cultural iconography, the aftermath of violence and visualizations of entropy. Please reach out with reel/resume to firstname.lastname@example.org In-process, low-res version of animation: