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Old 31-08-2004, 12:21 AM   #16
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Old 01-09-2004, 10:55 AM   #17
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I also am unsure in which direction to go with my learning curve at the moment, i have always been interested in computer graphics but didn’t go into it when i left school as i really didn’t feel i was good enough to get into the industry.

so i went to coll and completed an advanced computing course (as i can do networks etc with my hands behind my back). i'm just about to turn 21 and i feel a real regret (and too old to spend 3 years of my life in education again) of not doing what i wanted in the first place.

Now when i look at courses for 3d animation etc it has requirements of other quals like art coll etc. so i am kinda stuck on where to push myself.

At the moment i am focusing on hopefully saving 8 grand to get myself a place on the escape studio's course (which is only 10 weeks) in London as well as getting a hold of all the resources i can.

I currently work as a web design guy (basically as its what i can do for half decent money). Doing it basically because i can. and almost all my spare cash go's on saving for escape and buying info.

i really want to push into the direction of modeling / design but have no clue where to start
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ciaran's never too late to learning......just think of it this way....if you already made up your mind and say it's too late (which is untrue because at 21 you're still a youngin) you will live in regret forever! Then maybe 3 years down the still think about going into the 3d field.. could've been done with that education if you'd just start right now!!!!

good luck!!!!
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