I have an interview coming up with a company that does previsualizations for new buildings and structures. They mostly do 3D walkthroughs and constructions of buildings from architects. The job that is as follows:
1. Entry level 3D artist (mostly 3D architectural environments) - 0-1 year experience
(Note: we are not looking for character animators or character modelers at this time although it would be a plus)
Requirements for 3D modelers:
A. Good 3D modeling skills - must know 3DS Max and some ACAD
B. Artistic background - ability to generate illustrations in 2D as well as 3D (able to produce in Adobe Creative Suite)
C. Willingness to learn new techniques, procedures and applications
D. Good communication skills
E. Interactive and editing skills a plus
These are all of the things they are looking for and what my job would entail. My question is on salary. What sort of salary would I expect to receive for this line of work? If they ask me what kind of salary I would accept what would I say? I havent really found much online about salaries for 3d modelers, but what I have found for entry level designers is around 40k a year. Would this sound about right?
Any answers or help you could give me would be appreciated. Also if anyone knows some good sites besides salary.com to look up salaries let me know.
PS. If anyone is interested to see what skills I have and what work I have done you can visit my website at www.edmondbina.com