Is it worth going to GDC in attempts to network as a 3D Artist? If you've been, what was your experience like? Currently working outside the industry.
Just sleep with a few people and you'll be golden. Remember to shave your butthole and balls.
I'm confident more minor conferences are more effective but GDC might be fine. Though they're a pretty bad org. And bring business cards. They're actually really good.
>>600474Is it normal to exchange business cards after most encounters? I imagine i'm already going to have trouble meeting people, do you mainly go up to booths and strike up conversations with each company?
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>>600734 same also for general specialized con attendance networking tips and tricks
Consider asking /biz/ or actual people (books) for convention etiquette.
>>601880>Consider asking /crypto/ eh heh
Your time will be better spent building a solid portfolio. Here's how you get hired these days:>recruiters crawl Sketchfab>go to your Artstation>contact you if your portfolio is goodIf you have a solid portfolio anywhere on the web, the job offers will come pouring in.
>>602842How do you know this, are you just assuming or?
>>602850He's like half right. If your portfolio is solid and someone on an art team somewhere is a fan then they'll probably remember that you're looking for work when a position opens up. However, it's important to also apply for jobs and network yourself.
>>602842True that, you need a good folio and resume on LinkedIn and smart recruter, also apply at every company website carreer posting
Looking for work at any of thèse évents ils a waste of time
IDGA has an extensive listing of compagnies,
>>605628>>605629Are you having a stroke, anon? Accents don't belong there and that last word is French
>>600452I think it also helps if you post and lurk on forumsNot /3/ lol because we are trashbut seriously not /3/ because you need to be not anon and build a reputation/have available contact details.