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Is going to CalArts as important to getting a job in the 3D film animation industry as it is in the 2D
film animation industry?
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>>705736
lmfao what, hell no
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>>705736
is this a troll post or what
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No.
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>>705736
>2D film animation industry
What decade do you think you're in?
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Cal in russian means excrements

Just to let you know.
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>>705736
>2D film animation industry

That died 15 years ago, OP.
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budget art school NEET:

- Have a schedule to strictly follow
- For professional feedback/critique, commission one session with a pro by contacting them on art station, whatever. Do this once every two months or so. If you're a complete beginner, you can go on forums like polycount where people can help you with your basic tutorials
- For 'connections' go to conventions, don't hesitate to look for opportunities to get any job etc.
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>>705736
Udemy and Youtube tutorial videos have more credibility than CalArts. Just saying.



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