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jobby: Prop Designer, Titmouse Canada, Vancouver

Prop Designer


– Work with project Art Director and Directors

– Design props for interior and exterior environments in the style of the production

– Make any changes or revisions and re-submit to Art Director or Directors for approval

– Communicate with Department Coordinator and Production Manager regarding status of work and any problems that arise

– Support & maintain the artistic vision of all phases of the series from pre-production through final episode delivery

– Ensure prop assets are of the highest artistic quality, and uphold the integrity of the overall series aesthetic and artistic vision of the project as a whole

– Undertake research and information gathering prior to the commencement of new designs based on references and direction given by Art Director (basing designs on existing animal physiology, or a specific historical period, for example)

– Resolve a range of artistic development issues, working with other team members (color stylists, design assistants, etc.)

– Actively improve skill set and abilities by keeping aware of current trends, techniques, and art methods

– Work with limited direction, and/or take feedback and iterate on designs as tasks progress, as directed by the Production group within schedule

– Ask appropriate questions to understand & complete all prop designs and task on schedule

– Ensure quality & style of show is achieved



– Strong traditional fine art skills, training and production experience (illustration, painting, composition, human anatomy / organic forms, color theory, perspective, 2D & 3D design)

– Strong drawing ability and a solid sense of design for 2D animation

– Proficient in the use of Harmony

– Ability to resolve a range of artistic development issues and working with other team members

– Possess strong time management and prioritization skills

– Ability to work with limited direction, and/or take feedback and iterate on designs, as directed by the Production group

– Communication, time management skills and team player

– Some previous episodic series or feature experience is desirable, but not essential

– Good communication, organizational, time management and interpersonal skills

– Bachelor’s Degree in illustration, animation, fine arts or equivalent



Must be currently legally eligible to work in Canada – Titmouse is unable to assist candidates in obtaining Canadian work authorization.

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