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Sup guys! I'm writing to you from far and cold Russia. I'm civil engineer student 19 lvl.
Till graduation of my university I have 3 semesters.
I learned AutoCad and understood that I really like this - to create smth on computer.
There is two ways: 3D modeling and designing on solidworks e.t.c
Is it possible for me to be freelancer on european/american sites and get smth more than just money for food?
I heard about crazy underbidding on western sites where a lot of hindus working for a very little price.
So is it worth it or better I'll try to be planner/constructor and forget about work at home?
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Hindus do shit work. You can probably beat them on quality if you apply yourself, it's basically how the west stays afloat.

What industry are you looking to work in?
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>>542961
Difficult question. The first thing that comes to mind it is visualisation of interior\exterior. Russian designers said that it's not good variant for freelancer.
I think that the first time I work better with something inanimate. Furniture\buildings\anything? Maybe even gamedev but later.
Start pack of skills for me is 3dsmax+vray+photoshop and desirable maya?
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>>542964
Stick to things an engineer would and can do, that way you can distinguish yourself from other (non engineer) modelers/ designers.
Games and Movies/media are highly competitive and talent swarms to it, pay might be better with more boring but solid engineering work.
Good luck.
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>>542985
Thank u for your advice
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