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Even freakin aircraft makers outsource to 3rd world, there is no hope for us and our 3d.
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>>687608

Good hope they go bankrupt. Apple pulling out of Chyna and shit like this. Are American companies starting to wake the fuck up.
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>>687608
>getting into 3D as a career
>not as a hobby
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>>687608
When planes start dropping from the sky, maybe they'll rethink their outsourcing strategies. And if you can't beat a Pajeet in terms of 3D skills, then it's your problem.
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>>687621
>And if you can't beat a Pajeet in terms of 3D skills, then it's your problem.
Racism won't save you from economic realities, my dude. They can, and will do your work for less.
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>>687613

t.blendlet. If every artist was a hobbyist we would never had any games and animated movies to begin with.
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>>687624
Racism has nothing to do with this. While undercutting is true to an extent, the absolute majority of Pajeets aren't capable of producing high-end 3D images, assets, etc. And knowing people who had the unfortunate experience of working with them - even basic tasks such as communication are often a problem. In this case "you get what you pay for" holds true and sooner or later people start reconsidering if paying a couple of bucks fewer is worth the hassle.
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>>687624

>>687629
this is correct

working with pajeets equals getting the bare fucking minimum of whatever you're asking for, and communication is generally atrocious

at multiple occasions i had them on calls and it was like 12 random illiterate mongoloids were present and the whole thing was taking place in a backward with angry dogs fighting a squad of crying babies

dumping those incompetents was one of the most useful thing that ever happened to the gigs i was working on at the time
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>>687627
so you are cool with becoming wageslaves just so we can have some (((entertainment)))? Blender is free (as in freedom) for a reason, to help us get rid of our shackles. it's the only full-fledged 3d program like that. that's motive enough to use it and avoid anything by Autodesk
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>>687652
>when some free low-tier software becomes your philosophy of life
just pathetic
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>>687624
it's not about racism. The indians who ask for incredible low wages usually do crap jobs. And the ones who do good jobs ask normal industry standard wages.
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>>687652
>not pirating
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>>687677
There's literally no point of outsourcing shit to india if they were to ask "industry standard wages", especially in situations like these
>>687629
>>687634

The 0.1% of pajeets that actually do not suck either work as retainer for companies outside india or just move to another country

Even the pajeet companies that can barely produce acceptable stuff have to be micromanaged and art directed by people from elsewhere

It's really not a racist thing; they're just garbage-tier in most cases. Why that's the case remains to be explained to me though.
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>>687698
A billion people and the US dollar goes a good way there
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>>687698
this desu



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