Unity Artist

Job description

At INDG, we are looking for an enthusiastic Unity Artist that can individually produce high quality models based on 3D-model input and reference renders and add those to the existing libraries. This job is for either our Amsterdam or Bucharest location. 


INDG has created several applications for various motorbike brands. In these applications, the users can choose their favourite bikes and customise them with materials and accessories. Due to the popularity, new parts and bikes are being added weekly! On top of that, environment work will be done to create new studios to present these models in.


We are looking for someone with an eye for quality to continuously improve the look and feel of these bikes/parts/environments. In addition, you need to have the technical know-how to update and improve these Unity models and add new parts to the existing line up. Next to Unity knowledge and a feel for shaders and colours, some basic knowledge of 3dsMax is required to implement the models and accessories. Knowledges of, and passion for motorbike(parts) is a plus!


All in all, INDG is looking for a Unity Artist that can take the current quality of assets to the next level, and help expanding the ever-growing library of bikes, accessories and environments.


About INDG

At INDG we develop technology that enables engaging, hyper-realistic digital product experiences. Our goal is to make "every product playable", by combining the science of technology with the artistry of computer-generated content. Our offices are in Amsterdam, Bucharest and New York. Clients include Adidas, Yamaha, Ralph Lauren, Electrolux, and Philips. Our CG artists, interactive designers, and developers focus on creating virtual versions of our clients' products, so lifelike it feels like you could reach out and touch them.


Our culture brings together creative, tech and business individuals. It’s a heady cocktail that keeps us inspired, empowered and passionate.


What’s Grip?

Grip supports brands to cope with the fast-accelerating challenge of the exponential grow and need for content. Grip is web-based software that automatically generates visual content. It’s based on photorealistic 3D, capitalising on INDG’s twenty-year-long experience in that field. 3D is good because once your beer or your juicer or your rocket is on Grip, it can be used and re-used for multiple media: images, videos, iOS apps, and such.

Job requirements

What will you do?

  • Work with the latest in Automotive models, and prepare them for usage in online configurators
  • Deck out bikes with a vast array of new parts and accessories
  • Create various prefabs and logic setups for parts and packs
  • Investigate and create new Unity shaders & materials to continuously improve the look and feel of the models


What do you need?

  • An eye for detail and quality
  • Unity knowledge and experience
  • A good understanding of, and feel for shaders and materials
  • Basic 3DS Max knowledge


Knowledges of, and passion for motorbike(parts) is a plus!


What we offer

With the role being located in either the heart of Amsterdam or Bucharest, our environment and our creative space are very important to us. Furthermore we offer a competitive salary, paid annual leave, get fit schemes, darts, fruits, snacks, and dinner options each evening those staying later than working hours. We hope to make use of the office-related benefits as soon as the current Covid measures allow this!


How to apply

You can apply via the link below. Please be aware that we ask you to send your (up-to-date) CV and portfolio along with your application.