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>go to 3d art school in person
>teachers make fun of me
>ask them how to do stuff, they tell me to look it up on my own
>no internship opportunities
>when I get my diploma they have everyone stand in line and get a worthless piece of paper
>dont get a job in the industry when I graduate

jesus this industry is shit
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>>619563
A diploma is a step in the right direction for Uni. Maybe.
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>>619566
a year later, the school went out of business, too. I should have just gone to the art institute
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>>619563

That's what happens when you're a blendlet who refuses to use anything but blender even at school.
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>>619623
or it could be that this school is simply shitty scam
why are you always trying to get it into software territory?
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3d school is only good for people who are not self-learners. most people learn 3d through videos online
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>>619563

>School for animation
>Passionate at drawing and good at it
>Convinced to go into 3d because "that's where the money is".
>No 3D jobs
>Manage to get storyboarding gigs
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>>619563
Only Attend Art Schools With Good Placement Records
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>>619633
that makes no sense, they dont track people after they graduate lad
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>>619563
No, you are shit for falling for the art school meme. Some of the best artists never went to art school.
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>>619658
No it's that last step where graduation = handing you a piece of paper. Any decent school will tell you what % of its students end up in artistic jobs on graduating.
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>>619563
>goes to shit school with shit teachers
>blames a whole professional industry
classic /3/
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>>619678
>Any decent school will tell you what % of its students end up in artistic jobs on graduating.

they DONT track you, especially art students who dont want to be tracked
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>>619563
And at the end of the day, it's your fault OP. You should have been networking. That's the only point of school.
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>>619697
you go to school to learn techniques. This is true for all schools, pre-school to college
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>>619698
But you should also be networking and trying to make as many friends as possible because you never know who is going to help you advance your career. "Right Place At The Right Time" kind of scenarios.
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>>619704
nobody knows what networking really means and also it can be hard for people who are ugly and have poor self esteem to network successfully

the point of school is to learn techniques, networking is not even worth mentioning
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>>619707
>nobody knows what networking really means
yeah if you're autistic
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>>619708
ok?
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>>619691
Good schools do if they can afford to, because they like to tout their success to prospective students.
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>>619714
correct
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>>619563
You don't sound like you like art at all. Why would you pick something that you don't even care about?

Do you expect people to carry you through things you don't want to do your whole life?
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>>619742
what is this "art" you talk about? We're doing animation and rigging and physics according to a bosses vision
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>>619698
Nnnnope school is for networking, learning to collaborate, offering you some time to specialise. You better make sure you can learn on your own cause in this industry, no teacher is going to know everything.
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>>619759
School is for learning techniques such as using specialized hardware or software they have (legally licensed) that you can't afford
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>>619775
Every major software out there has educational versions that are cheap or free. What's your excuse?




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