We’ve had a busy few months in the Kuro Dragon studio, and as a result, we’re looking to grow our team. We’re currently on the lookout for 3D Generalists, preferably 3DS Max based, however we’re willing to consider anyone with a particularly impressive show reel, who could add value to our existing team.
We thought we’d leave you a little advice regarding speculative applications as we often look through numerous emails and CV’s and want to scream with frustration. First and foremost, read, re read and read again before sending any letters or emails. Please ensure your spelling and grammar is correct. We want to be really impressed by you, and if the first impression you give us contains mistakes, you’re presenting yourself in a really negative manner.
Secondly, streamline your message to be really precise and informative. We’re not looking for an essay, just a quick introduction and description about what you do and the role you’re applying for. Always include a link to your work in your first message. That way we can get a really good idea of your skills and capabilities without sending numerous emails back and forth.
Finally, and most importantly, do not cram your show reel with basic work, its better having a shorter, more impressive show reel than a longer one padded out with simple work. We only want to see you working to the best of your ability. We want you to wow us, so that we can’t wait to meet you and hear what you can bring to the team, so please spend a small amount of time perfecting your application, as it will definitely be beneficial in the long run.
We hope you take these tips on board and look forward to reading/viewing your applications! Please send any emails to Kelsey@kurodragon.com.