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  1. Hallo all, Recently I graduated from the Masters in game technology course at the NHTV in the Netherlands and currently I am looking for a job as a procedural artist. During both my Bachelors and Masters I specialized in using Houdini and creating procedural content. Further I learned skills from both 3D arts and programming during the Minor part of the course, which I later combined while specializing as a procedural artist. I worked on multiple games during this time and preformed different roles from programmer to artist. The Masters part of the course aimed at researching and providing a height level overview of building architecture, lighting, object, character and environmental design, combined with technical courses on Houdini. During my masters I also helped out as Houdini teaching assistant for the bachelor classes. Location wise I have no preference. If attached my CV in addition some of my work can be found at www.m-laanbroek.nl here my CV can also be found. Please contact me by email or leave a message on my odforce account if you have any questions or are interested. Sincerely, Maurits Laanbroek. Email: m.laanbroek@gmail.com Portfolio: www.m-laanbroek.nl CV_Maurits_Laanbroek.pdf
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