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Old 12-09-2004, 11:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How much would a 3-d modler make?

How much would an average 3D artist earn an hour with like 5 years experience, skilled/talented, and working at an average company (maybe not as good as pixar, but you know...)


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3D modelers do not make a salery like a 9-to-5. They simply get a percentage of what the video Game/Movie sells. isually like 5%, idunno. It realy depends on the comission they sign for. Althogh the job of Graphics Design is rewarding, you'd have to classes & training for a pretty long time, (and you have to be really skilled) before a major company like Pixar or Capcom will sign you.

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