Animation Designer

Rays 3D Motion Print Pvt Ltd
10,000 - 40,000 Per Month
Posted on 03 Jun 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 02 Aug 19

Dear Candidate 

  • We have 100 plus opening in our company for rotoscopying and graphic designing team.
  • We are hiring both freshers and experienced candidates to fill the place at the earliest.

Please see the details below.

  • The Roto Artist is responsible for creating mattes that accurately reflect the motion of a particular object/s over a series of frames in 2D. 
  • This involves sophisticated shape creation/editing; shape animation by hand and with trackers; and shape compositing, fill modes and opacity settings. 
  • The Roto Artist may also review/revise Roto work coming into the studio for quality assurance, so an eye for detail is a must.
  • Working with a team, including a lead artist and supervisors, the Roto Artist must creatively interpret and apply artistic concepts. 
  • We’re looking for individuals with solid rotoscopy skills/experience, working knowledge of Silhouette / Mocha pro software, and a healthy dose of team spirit. 
  • Taking direction/critiques, interpreting notes and learning/applying new skills are key parts of everyday life in our studio.
  • Please send your resume to as soon as possible.

Job Type

Interview Type

Written-test, Face to Face Interview

Company Description

RAYS 3D a Company with innovative and latest technology products which has changed the look of promotional and advertising material.

With our state-of-art technology and the best of raw materials meeting all international standards in the production of Lenticular images, we supply a wide range of different kinds of unique 'VIEWS CHANGING' and '3-DIMENSIONAL' (3d) lenticular products for customers from various kinds of industries. This eye-catching lenticular image could be your ideal tool for promotion, gifts and packaging.

Lenticular is a unique printing technology that allows the vivid illusion of movement, morphing, and 3 dimensional to be portrayed onto a 2D printing surface. A lenticular image has two components; a printed image and a lenticular lens screen through which the image is viewed. According to the required effects, the original image(s) are undergone special manipulation and sliced by the process called 'interlacing' – one slice corresponds to one image. These sliced images are then either printed on paper and then laminated to, or directly printed on the flat side of the lenticular sheet. Through light refraction of these tiny lenses, and precisely and seamlessly positioning, the images underneath would show up the required effects.