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We are only able to consider applications sent directly through our website. Please apply here: www.lumapictures.com/careers The Senior Digital Matte Painter is responsible for the painting of photo real CG environments, elements and textures. You can: Create photo-realistic digital matte paintings Work with shoot data (photographic, reference data, HDRIs and photogrammetry) to combine 2D and 3D elements Work with various camera focal lengths and output requirements while maintaining a good sense of composition Research and create your own photographic reference material library Demonstrate a desire to research and implement new techniques to continually improve team efficiency and your own quality of work You have: A minimum of five years of experience as a Matte Painter in VFX Production An expert knowledge base in both Nuke and Photoshop A Bachelor’s degree in traditional arts, computer graphics or the equivalent combination of education and experience A demonstrated understanding of other disciplines ; modelling, layout, matte/texture painting, lighting, rendering and compositing. An in depth knowledge of colour theory and LUT Sound artistic judgement and a proven aesthetic eye for real world materials and lighting A high level of technical skill A strong work ethic with a "get it done" attitude A meticulous attention to detailSolid time-management skills and ability to multitask across multiple projects An ability to take direction positively, work well within a team and thrive under the pressure of tight deadlines Experience with concept art (preferred but not required) This position is available in both our LA and Melbourne offices.
Hi everyone! I am a VFX Artist who just recently graduated from 3dsense Media School who specialises in a wide range of skillsets Below is a Vimeo link to my showreel as well as my submission to The Rookies! Do feel free to drop me a message, thank you! Contact me and check my channels: email@example.com https://linkedin.com/in/sulaimanwar/ https://www.artstation.com/sulaimanwar =================================== https://vimeo.com/325603170 https://www.therookies.co/entries/427 FinalProject10.mov
Do any of you experience with replicating 1 to 1 the look you have in Substance Painter in Houdini 16 using the Principled Shader? The PBR metal/rough workflow with the metallic and roughness maps seems to be straight forward, but plugging in my maps from Substance Painter as is, produces a render that is much darker than what I have in Substance Painter. Perhaps the colour space is off?
Hi All, I am trying out Mari NC to see what kind of workflow is needed to get UV models out of Houdini and into Mari. In this image I have nice a Box projection that provides a decent looking UV grid across the object. However, if you examine the UV grid you will see that there are a lot of overlapping areas which will not work with Mari. Overlapping areas mean if you paint on one face color may appear on another unintended face. So I have tried out the Houdini UV layout tool and set the scale to limit my UV layout to the maximum of 6 UDIM squares that Mari NC allows. And while this fixes overlapping faces and makes a UV set that Mari can work with it destroys the ability to select associated faces via a UV island. Also there is a ton of wasted space. It looks like the algorithm finds the largest area and populates all the large UV areas on one UDIM tile then moves on to the next UDIM tile, not considering that it could actually use 6 UDIM areas to start with. As you can see the UV faces get smaller and smaller as the UDIM count increases. This ultimately limits paint resolution in Mari when you have to paint on slivers. If the Houdini UV Layout area distribution were smarter I could increase the scale and reduce the number of sliver elements generated. Also, selecting faces in Mari is fairly primitive yet selecting UV islands is quite possible but with the islands split into so many tiny areas selecting by UV areas becomes quite tedious in Mari. I am just wondering if anyone has any tips on UV layout workflow? This probably applies to Substance Painter users as well. ap_runabout_uv_projection_layout_1a.hipnc