ok /3/time for yall to tell what you do for a living and how much do you makeim myself a 3d generalist and make 700eu/month
any tips when looking for a job and expectations?
>>542423I literally made more at 16Was it worth spending years of practice to make low wage
>>542438he's probably eastern european
>>542466thats exactly right. its considered high where i live>>542424practice as much as you can, post quality content on social media and the jobs will find you
>>542499>on social mediayou fucking kidding me?
>>542503gimme better plan
>>542526post on asocial media, such as linkedin and artstation
>>542527what the fuck is asocial media? are you trolling? linked in and artstation are social media also
>>542546its social media for artists. you want to post in places like artstation and polycount because only in those places you can get critique that fits your skill level. places like facebook have no artists in them aside from very particular groups and the level is usually meh
>>542554The obvious answer is post in both. Artstation and Polycount are great, but nothing wrong with having a healthy twitter/instagram.
>>542499biggest lie in the industry. >the jobs will find you.
>>542562Instagram is booming more and more each day. huge for indie artists- always pasting daily.
>>545009well employers are not taking the extra step to look for candidates.i can understand why. if a company personally offers you a job it means you have leverage
I run my own company with two friends and after taxes we all get about $2000 a month per person. We're saving a lot of money in the company however, and everyhing computer and technology related we want we buy through the company. Northern Europe.