FX Art Intern
Cary, North Carolina, United States
For many, the word “Epic” is synonymous with grand, glorious, heroic, regal, magnificent or monumental. At Epic Games, we think of “Epic” as the collective effort of smart, talented, passionate people choosing to build the highest quality experiences possible for those who play our games and use our technology. The words “good enough” are not spoken here. That dedication has allowed us to remain an industry leader, take risks, be creative, and carve our own path forward.
We are looking for a FX Art Intern to contribute to Epic’s new IP this summer. A successful candidate should have a strong sense of dramatic effects and an understanding of how to recreate them in a particle editor. They will be first and foremost a team player, while also having the ability to be self-motivated. If you have a strong sense of weight, timing, and motion and are ready to bring that ability to execute outstanding FX to games like Paragon, then we would like to hear from you.
The person in this role will be responsible for the following:
Execute outstanding effects for our games by bringing dramatic effects to life
Create all art needed for the visual effects
Execute on a range of visual effects styles from realistic to stylized
The ideal candidate will have a mix of the qualifications below:
Portfolio of related work, including FX art, is required to be considered for this position
A critical eye for the timing, animation, and motion of real world objects and visual FX with an ability to bring dramatic effects to life with flair
Ability to create art needed for the visual effects
Abilities in a secondary areas such as modeling, skinning, animation, or lighting
Desire and knowledge of how to push our effects and editing tools further
Familiarity with the Unreal Engine 4
If you’d like to be part of building a visually stunning game we’d love to hear from you. Please submit your resume with a portfolio and we’ll be in touch soon.
This is going to be Epic!
This is a paid internship, running June to September, requiring 40 hours per week on-site in Cary, NC. No relocation assistance is provided.