• Location
    • London
  • Date Posted
  • 31 Mar 2020
  • Function
  • Design & UI
  • Sector
  • Entertainment

Location: London, U.K.

Role Overview:

As a Senior 2D Game Artist at Supersolid, you will play a significant role in creating fun and engaging mobile games, for multiple platforms internationally. You will work as part of a small team to create exciting new games, help to maintain our existing games and develop exciting game features.


  • Create graphics for use in current and new titles
  • Be instrumental in defining the art direction and maintaining a consistent visual style
  • Produce essential concepts and graphic assets for prototypes, game development, internal communication and marketing

Assist in producing art guidelines

  • Create painted texture for 3D assets
  • Import, test and manage art assets in Unity3d engine
  • Prioritize workflow and complete assigned tasks utilizing tracking tools used by the projects
  • Work closely with game designers and engineers to ensure that all aspects of games are of a high quality for end users


  • Prior professional experience in game development or other relative creative industry
  • Proficient with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Experience in producing graphic assets for games
  • Solid art foundation in drawing, painting, and perspective
  • Good artistic sensibilities and attention to details
  • Able to work respecting strict technical and artistic limitations and instructions
  • Versatile and willing to switch tasks based on the project’s need
  • Flexible and prepared to engage in problem-solving during game development

Superpowers (not essential, but nice to have):

Knowledge of working in Unity3d

Ability in 3D modeling or animation

Experience in Casual Game development

Knowledge of composition and color theory

Knowledge of layout and typography

If you are interested in joining Supersolid, please email us!

Please note that you need to be entitled to work in the UK. If you are not sure about your eligibility, please find out more information about working in the UK from GOV.UK.