How would you like to be part of the team making the next Call of Duty or The Curious Case of Benjamin Button? Landing jobs on projects like these isn't easy, but Autodesk can help. As the people who make the software used in creating many of the world's top games, films and television shows, we know a lot about how things are done in the top studios. We also know what these shops are looking for in an employee, and we're sharing that information now through Creative Careers Classified.
Creative Careers Classified helps by giving you the inside scoop on a range of entry- and mid-level jobs at top studios such as Luxoflux, Infinity Ward, and High Moon Studios. Watch the videos below to hear from young professionals working at these top companies. Perhaps you'll find yourself inspired by a job that you never knew existed - associate prop artist, previsulization asset builder, lead for character rigging. Once you've found something that interests you, download the tutorials that will help you learn the specific skills you need to succeed in that role. When you're done, you can click on the company links to get the latest job listings at our featured companies.
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Detailing a character in Autodesk® Mudbox™ Software
Darcy Korch, Naughty Dog
Millitary ammo case project in Autodesk® Maya®
Joe Simanello, Rockstar Games
The basics of Autodesk® 3ds Max® Software Scripting
Carlos Dominguez, High Moons Studios
Modeling and Texturing with Autodesk® 3ds Max® Software
Donald Ott, High Moon Studios