3D Environment Artist (London, Ontario)

Tactic Studios is a game developer specializing in creating premium, story-driven video games for PC. We are looking for a talented 3D artist to join our team and create high quality environment assets for an unannounced project. It is a fully 3D, first-person game set in a science fiction universe.

A successful candidate will be a skilled and motivated artist able to create stunning, realistic environments.

Note: May work remotely, but applicants local to Ontario are preferred.


  • Create high and low polygon 3D environment assets for exteriors and interiors.
  • Create UVMaps and high quality textures for your assets.
  • Develop a beautiful, cohesive layout for the 3D assets, resulting in a realistic, immersive play space.
  • Modify and optimize assets based on artistic feedback and performance or memory limitations.


  • Expertise modeling and texturing 3D assets using Max or Maya, Zbrush or Mudbox, and Photoshop.
  • Possess a keenly critical eye for colour, texture, shading, and level layout.
  • Understand technical performance and memory considerations and are committed to creating efficient meshes and textures.
  • Motivated self-starter with exceptional creativity and strong communication skills.
  • Passionate about developing high quality video games.

Bonus Skills

  • Familiarity with modern lighting models, physically-based material systems, and shaders.
  • Background in traditional 2D art and illustration.
  • Experience with 3D animation and rigging.
  • Experience creating real-time visual effects and particle systems.
  • Experience with modern 3D game engines such as Unreal or Unity.
  • A love of science fiction.

How to Apply

Please send the following to

  • Portfolio demonstrating the amazing high-poly and low-poly 3D assets and textures that you have created. (required)
  • Resume detailing your experience. (required)
  • Cover letter. (preferred)
  • References. (preferred)

You can view our careers page for more information here:

Immortal empires was certainly a cool project, so congrats on the release of that one.

While I have already dropped you an e-mail, it’s always good to know if studios like ours are OK to reach out as well. Your post sort of implies it based on the remote work being OK, but at the same time it has the tone of looking to expand your internal team.

Anyway, long story short is hopefully you’re open to studios covering this need as well as possible individuals!