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Would making 3D models for VRchat for furries be something that non-stem graduate student in mid 20's should look forward or should I get to begging my university to let me stay in academia? Is 3D making more or less competetive than drawing? (in /ic/ sense). Is it something I could live on? I assume that due to starting late and possibly limited talent I'd be unable to become full-time employed in 3D.
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> I assume that due to starting late and possibly limited talent I'd be unable to become full-time employed in 3D.

For sure with that attitude.
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>>599583
>VRchat
stop already.
playstation home is shit.
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>>599583
If you're doing stuff for furries, 3D stuff is less competitive. I would not say it is consistent though if you're just starting out. I'm not saying that it's too late, but what I am saying is that you cant expect it to be something you can live off of until you're well known.
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does that dog weenie come out?
haha just curious
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>>599583
>I assume that due to starting late and possibly limited talent I'd be unable to become full-time employed in 3D.
age means jack shit. it's all about hard work and motivation.
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>>599583
Right now it's not competitive so if you jump right to it that'd be good. You can go to certain big VRchat streamers and just ask in the chat "Does anyone want an avatar made?". People would message you and you could get some quick money while building a name for yourself. I tried finding anyone who makes these avatars and I've only found one person and he only does it for famous people on twitch.
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>>599599
vrchat is a pcgame
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ayy doggo what ya need that dick for
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>>599655
hahaa I'm curious too. (joking)

does it have a knot? haha lol
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>>599583
If you're OK making a very modest living (~15-20 grand) then yes it is feasible to do.

Start drawing ASAP to learn fundamentals. anatomy, composition and color theory. Get good at stylized 3d. Your drawing style will directly translate into your 3d style. Look at these artists for inspiration in terms of the sort of style you can develop in about 1Y of dedicated practice and start to make money off of. Start a Patreon and get on Twitter.

www.furaffinity.net/user/taico/
www.furaffinity.net/user/tailsup4tyranno/
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>>602316
good advice but very bad taste
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>>602316
>Look at these artists for inspiration in terms of the sort of style you can develop in about 1Y
>>602338
oops, nevermind




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