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Environment Artist III (NST)

Nintendo of America Inc.
paid time off, 401(k)
United States, Washington, Redmond
4600 150th Avenue Northeast (Show on map)
February 29, 2024

Nintendo Software Technology Corporation
Nintendo Software Technology Corporation, based in Redmond, Washington , is a wholly owned subsidiary of the world's largest manufacturer and marketer of video games, Nintendo Co., Ltd., headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Nintendo Software Technology's mission is to design, develop and deliver the very best video games. We conduct research, use state-of-the-art equipment and review methods of operation so that we may continually improve the quality of the games that we produce. Each person employed at Nintendo Software Technology Corporation is a valued team member and is encouraged to participate in our efforts to create the highest quality games.
Nintendo Software Technology is a tight-knit game development studio located in Redmond, WA. As part of the Nintendo family, we're passionate about creating games designed to surprise and delight our customers. We're always on the lookout for exceptional artist to help support our Art Department.
As an Environment Artist III, you will have proven Substance Designer experience and a deep passion for stylized texture authoring for hard surface and organic subjects. You'll also have a history of working directly with art leadership to visualize and develop visual targets and have mentored less experienced artists on the team. If this sounds like you then we'd love to see your portfolio!

Nintendo is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a welcoming and inclusive environment in service to one another, our products, the diverse consumers we represent, and the communities we call home. We do all of this with kindness, empathy and respect for each other.


  • Works directly with art leadership to help visualize and develop visual targets.
  • Takes ownership of a specialized artistic area of a product's development.
  • May lead members of the art production team in the assigned project.
  • Creates visual assets for game development products that meet required direction and quality specifications.
  • Creates illustrations, models, textures, environments, objects and animations for 3D and 2D visual assets.
  • Supports the growth of new or enhanced art development tools and techniques.
  • Utilizes and maintains proficient knowledge of required commercial and Nintendo proprietary art production tools.
  • Mentors less experienced members of the team.
  • Applies professional expertise to review, analyze and test products under development as a contributing member of a production team to ensure delivery of Nintendo's high standard of quality and timeliness.


  • 5 or more years of professional experience in game development.
  • Proven artistic and technical skills in 3D and or 2D art production.
  • Strong communication skills to effectively communicate technique to other members of the team.
  • Experienced with game development pipelines and game engines (E.g. Unreal, Unity or a proprietary engine)
  • Proven proficiency with commercial art production software (E.g. Photoshop, Maya, Zbrush, Substance Painter, etc.)
  • Undergraduate degree in art or related field; or equivalent education and experience.

Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States to be considered. Visa sponsorship not available for this role.

This position is hybrid in Redmond, WA. Hybrid positions require regular onsite work following the schedule and guidelines for their division. This position is not open to fully remote status at this time.

This position includes a base salary range of $86,290 - $129,434 annually, potential for a semi-annual discretionary performance bonus, and a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, 401(k), and paid time off. Please see our for more benefits information

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