Architectural Visualisation / 3D Artists Required

Princess Yacht - 40M Saloon CGI

Princess Yacht - 40M Saloon CGI

A series of exciting, new project wins and a full order book mean we are looking for the following artists to join the ARC team:

MID-WEIGHT 3D ARTIST (FULL-TIME)

Candidates will have 3 years industry experience. We are looking for a talented 3D artist, who has the following skills:

– Excellent knowledge of 3ds max & VRay
– Fluent in Photoshop
– Adobe after effects skills preferable
– Accomplished in creating both interior and external CGIs
– Good communication skills

SENIOR 3D ARTIST (FULL-TIME)

Candidates must have at least 5 years experience, ideally gained working in leading visualisation studios.
We are looking for a highly motivated and talented individual who can work in and lead a team, and is keen to assist and support the continued growth and development of ARC. Candidates must possess the following skills:

– In-depth knowledge and understanding of 3ds max and VRay
– Fluent in Photoshop
– Highly experienced in creating both interior and external CGI to a very high standard
– Experienced in creating Photomontage and VVMs
– Excellent animation skills
– Experienced in Adobe after effects or similar editing/compositing packages
– Project management experience
– Photography skills advantageous


If you are interested and believe you fit the above criteria please email your CV along with relevant samples of work (no larger than 10MB) to jobs@arc-media.co.uk

Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.
We will not accept applications from Agencies.
Due to high numbers of applicants in the past, we will only contact successful applicants.

CGIs help Admirals Quay win planning approval

We are delighted to hear that the planning application for Admirals Quay, Southampton has been approved. Arc produced a series of planning & marketing CGIs for the proposed, mixed use development which includes what will be the tallest residential tower in Southampton. Designed by Hampshire based architects HGP, the scheme will focus on the marina frontage and serve as catalyst for further investment and development.

Architectural visualisation of Admirals Quay

Southampton’s Tallest Building CGIs

Earlier this month we completed a set of planning, photomontage CGIs of the development proposals for Southampton’s tallest building. Working with HGP architects we produced 6 CGIs from the key viewpoints requested by the planning authorities. A few of the photomontage visualisations are shown below. Lovely photographic backplates provided by our London based photographer John Maclean.

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

Southampton - Photomontage CGI

New Residential Property CGI

A recent CGI for the South Shore, Victory Pier development we have completed. A 3DS Max and Vray render as per our normal, production pipeline.

Nice to see a few more residential developments getting out of the ground..

Residential CGI

Architectural Visualisation

New CGIs for Princess Yachts 2011 brochure and website

Once again we have been working with Princess Yachts International Plc, to create a series of CGIs for the new additions to the range. The CGIs are currently being launched in the new brochure suite at the Southampton Boat Show which runs from Friday 16th September until Sunday 25th September.

This year has seen the creation of CGIs for the new flagship Princess Yacht, the 40M. A stunning looking vessel with class-leading levels of luxury and accommodation. In addition to this was the 98 MY and the V39 motor yachts. Each year we look to improve the level of realism in the CGIs produced for Princess and this year is no exception. With a total of 12 images produced, the team have created a stunning set of images which sit seamlessly alongside the brochure and website photography. The newly launched Princess Yachts website, including our CGIs can be seen at this address http://www.princessyachts.com.

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