October 1, 2013 at 11:58 am #8928AnonymousInactive
Can anyone offer any insight into where to find 3D artist internships or paid work? I am struggling to find anything online.
It doesnt have to be totally dedicated to games either, just some direction to relevant 3D artist internship/work would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
October 1, 2013 at 1:21 pm #50494AnonymousInactive
Brown Bag are looking for a texture artist and a lighter, it’s worth applying and seeing if they have any internships going
November 18, 2014 at 1:23 am #104014AnonymousInactive
Just bumping up this post as I am in the same position.
I have recently graduated at Ballyfermot college and Edinburgh’s Napier university with a bachelor of science degree in creative computing and now Im looking for an internship. My main skills are 3D modeling, texturing and level design; Using programs such as 3d Studio Max, Mudbox, Photoshop, Unity and UDK.
My portfolio site is http://jasondolan.weebly.com
Ive been advised to make an online presence so I thought Id start here. Any help on jobs/interns and where to start making a name for myself would be greatly appreciated! Cheers!
November 21, 2014 at 12:17 pm #104042Aphra KKeymaster
We post any positions that gets sent to us on our jobs list – but always good to get yourself known and start attending some of the jams and events too.
Also you might be interested in the following –
Irish VFX + Animation Summit takes place next weekend, 29th & 30th November, at the Science Gallery in Dublin.
Part of our mission is to encourage the engagement between studios and future artists to nurture and grow the best VFX and Animation talent possible. Students and prospective artists need to know how best to show off their incredible work to get the best possible VFX and animation opportunities. At this year’s Summit, with the help of Shotgun Software, we’re going to facilitate that.
For the first time, we will host a Showreel Clinic – a collaboration with Shotgun Software – that will give artists the opportunity to submit their work and get it in front of our speakers or a senior artist from an Irish studio to get the critical 1-on-1 feedback you need to make the best showreel possible.
On Saturday, 29th November and Sunday, 30th November we’ll have a dedicated location in The Science Gallery where you can have your own dailies session, where we’ll use Shotgun to track submissions and reviewer feedback and make sure that all that review feedback goes straight back to you.
Send your showreel to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll take it from there.
Students are entitled to a significant discount on summit tickets on our website http://www.vfxsummit.com
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