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I know you guys are all into muh loomis and muh art.

But I know I wont be able to make it in illustration, I still like to draw but I don't think I'll be able to be a master draftmen.

Plus, I was looking at local jobs, and all asked for technical drawing and autocad skills.

So, I want to ask, what's this board opinion on joining a trade school and learning tehnical drawing, some autocad as well?
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Your thread confuses me. What kind of jobs are you looking at that ask for technical drawing/CAD skills? CAD jobs?

If so yes, you need to learn technical drawing and CAD.
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When I was talking to some mechanical engineering faculty at my university, drawing shit by hand isn't even taught anymore.

Everything is Solidworks now.
You'll get faster responses from >>>/diy/ and >>>/k/




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