Senior Animator

Bulbul    Plano, TX
Job Description

Skills: animation software flash/ anime/ harmony/ after effects, Adobe photoshop

We are looking for a full time senior animator having 3-4 years’ experience in 2D animation. Animator’s responsibility will be to create in betweens for an approved storyboard. Animator should comfortable to work with group on all stages including generating ideas, cutting assets and rigging. Creating storyboard, drawing 2d illustrations, designing characters, objects, developing the timing and pace of the movements of a character or object during the sequence of images are all part of the job.

Working knowledge of Photoshop is essential.

Fri, 22 Feb 2019 05:21:43 GMT

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