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I know being a 2d animator is near impossible. But how is the american 3d animation job market? Im interested and have done a tiny bit 3d animation before.
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>>540811
like any animation job market, its very hard to work salaried on it.

You should be an animator/rigger
or some kind of hybrid
not just an animator
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From what I can gather its shit. They all get treated like expendable commodities.
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>>540811
it's okay if you're good
if you suck you will have a hard time.

go for it if you really like animation. but don't only learn animation in my opinion, get decent as something else as well so you're slightly more valuable. rigging is related so that's not a bad suggestion.
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combine some vfx with animation, have a reel.
im not talking about heavy vfx, just a use of some 3D text. some scene transition and effects.

would be useful when applying for work
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If you're top tier you'll have no problem.

If you're not, enjoy getting undercut by chinks everywhere you go.
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if rwby is popular then anything is possible :^)

spoiler: they still use the MMD models



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