Discussing Career Perspectives in 3D Industry with RFP Artists

We've talked to our RFP artists and discussed their experience with the service, how they see their career perspective, and what they are looking for in the dream job. 

Why Did You Join 80 Level RFP Service?

I decided to join 80 Level RFP because I think it's a great way to showcase my portfolio. I really enjoy the sleek and simple layout, it makes my artworks pop and I can customise it to highlight my most relevant pieces. I think it's a great alternative to creating a custom website, which can be expensive and time-consuming. 

How Do You See Your Career Perspective?

Being a graduate game artist, my main goal is to take my first step into the games industry. I'm looking for an entry level artist position, such as a junior artist or an intern. I have experience in both 2D and 3D digital art for videogames, and I think that my range of skills could benefit a smaller studio where artists can often cover multiple roles at the same time.

How Do You Define Your Dream Job?

I'm passionate about creating beautiful visuals that tell a story, which is the reason why I love the medium of videogames and it is ultimately what led me to choose this career. That being said, my dream is to one day become an art director in the games industry: I know it's a really ambitious dream, but art direction is my favourite part of any projects I've worked on and I love bringing creative ideas to life.

 

Why Did You Join 80 Level RFP Service?

I decided to join RFP because it has a perfect structure to show images and videos, something essential in a work platform for artists.

How Do You See Your Career Perspective?

Continuing to grow as an artist and improve day by day is the most important thing in my professional career

How Do You Define Your Dream Job?

The ideal job for me is one in which you invest your time creating something that you like while you continue learning. All this in a healthy and equal environment, where everyone contributes their grain of sand and their opinions matter.

Why Did You Join 80 Level RFP Service?

The 80.lv website has always been such a treasure to me. All the enormous availability of informative, didactic, and high-quality content provided by amazing artists are phenomenal, magnificent, and highly appreciated. All artworks and stories presented are truly inspiring as well. Many times, I wondered if someday I could have the honour to showcase some of my work there. And then I saw one RFP promo on the 80.lv Instagram profile, I was super excited! Next, I subscribed to the platform as fast that I could. Some days later I received my invite to join! I've got so much happiness because I know that to be in such a special place like 80 Level RFP is splendid to me and my future career.

How Do You See Your Career Perspective?

I love Environment Design, and the next step that I want to take is to be an Environment Artist or a Prop Artist in a game studio. The actual economic situation here in Brazil is not the best, and the job opportunities in such areas are scarce. As a result, I'm actively looking for opportunities abroad. 

How Do You Define Your Dream Job?

A dream job would be to work with fun, talented, hard-working, and inspiring people, people that I can learn with every day and bring some knowledge to them, too, and be part of a team that builds incredible experiences for players, and make something grandiose and special.

Why Did You Join 80 Level RFP Service?

80 level RFP has a clean interface and seemed like it would connect me well with suitable potential employers.

How Do You See Your Career Perspective?

Within 3-5 years, I would like to be a 3D stylized environment artist who is capable of creating an entire 3D environment scene myself. Meanwhile, I'm considering the technical 3D artist career path so eventually, I can be a full-stack 3D artist. 

How Do You Define Your Dream Job?

Being able to create a 3D environment for the stylized 3D games such as Overwatch, Fortnite, Valorant, Wow, etc. with awesome colleagues. 

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