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If you had to pick one industry, would you go games or film (including advertisements) and why?
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The industry where they use industry standards
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>>697379
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>>697376
the industry I like the most
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>>697376
Probably film because there's more room for laziness and you're still considered good if you do the basics right.
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For me definitely games. So many different worlds and visual styles to explore. Film could be ok too (I'd actually like working in film even more than games, but not as a CG artist). Everything else is uninteresting to me.
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>>697376
films, tv and advertising pays more. video games is a 100% passion industry and the pay and the career prospects are shit
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If i had to pinpoint it i'd like to work on cinematics. But I'm not sure if that's a branch off film or games or if specific studios are hired to do work on both as and when its needed.
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I would like to be employed
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>>697541
This
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>>697613
if employment stability is a must you shouldn't be in 3d
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>>697541
Forget it. The industry is mostly lost for western studios when hordes of Pajeets and Bugmen do it for a fraction of the cost.



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