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Going from bad to worse

tlsanders
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Tiffany S Member Since: Jan 15, 2016
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Depends on who you're dealing with. I'd hire you.

 

I know I'm not everybody's cup of tea, too, but I'm committed to WYSIWYG living. If I'm going to grate on a potential client or freelancer I hire, better we all know it up front.

lysis10
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Jennifer M Member Since: May 17, 2015
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@Petra R wrote:

 I'm doomed then.


DOOMED.


 heeeheee me too

petra_r
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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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@Jennifer M wrote:

@Petra R wrote:

 I'm doomed then.


DOOMED.


 heeeheee me too


 All joking aside - Tiff made an excellent point, which I believe we touched on in the communication style thread over in the coffee shop - Better clients and freelancers know what they're working with and whether they enjoy that BEFORE a contract starts than getting a scary surprise some time down the line Smiley Happy

silw
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Aron H Member Since: Mar 29, 2017
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@Pascal S

I am Art Director of a video game company.

Sad to see you don't take criticism well.

colettelewis
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Nichola L Member Since: Mar 13, 2015
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@Aron H wrote:

@Pascal S

I am Art Director of a video game company.

Sad to see you don't take criticism well.



Other people like his work and that's what counts.

lascap_01
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Pascal S Member Since: Mar 23, 2016
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@Aron H wrote:

@Pascal S

I am Art Director of a video game company.

Sad to see you don't take criticism well.


Aron, you are wrong again, I agreed on Petra's and Rene's comments about my text presentation and I will change it, isn't it accepting criticism? I do accept critics, but I don't accept your arguments, My PF is not the negative factor here... it's the lack of clients in the field of work I practice, or the money they are paynig.

 

If my portfolio was close to be mediocre, I would have heard it from some clients, It never happened and honestly I hear the opposite quite often

 

Thanks

barada00
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Baris A Member Since: Mar 15, 2017
57 of 60

Nobody's doomed. If I had the money I'd hire you all for 3 months every summer, take you all to my island (with children, spouses, cats, dogs, everything) and give a new meaning to "paid holiday".

barada00
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Baris A Member Since: Mar 15, 2017
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Harddcore Breakfast Club with a twist...

kathrynbaughman
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Kathryn B Member Since: Jul 22, 2015
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While everyone else is drawn to the Matte Paintings, I am struck by the 3d work.  Pascal, you are missing out on other avenues of residual income.  Drastically.  If you happen to enjoy the 3d side of your work then you really need to check into Daz Studio and Poser.  Between your artistic ability and your 3d modeling ability, you possess exactly what you need to create a decent residual income through those two programs plus Blender and ZBrush.  

 

I fully understand what you have pointed out with storyboarding, as you are correct.  Storyboards are about emotion and storyline.  The deeper details such as perfecting a helicopter are done by someone else, not the storyboard creator.

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jmlaidlaw
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Janean L Member Since: Apr 6, 2016
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Baris -- I can hardly believe that you have posted only 187 times as of my writing this. You have a real knack for making each one count!!

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