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I guess a bunch of people on here use CGpeers, so hopefully you can answer my questions...
I've registered with the site and downloaded a few torrents, no problem.
But... I can't work out how to join the forum (CGPersia). It just says that registration is closed. I can read threads, but all the links seem to be hidden... presumably they are only open to registered users.
I can't work out how to make a request.
There are notices all over about keeping your ratio up, but all the torrents seem to be 'freeleech' and my ratio is showing as infinite even though I've downloaded over 50 GB (uploaded about 40 GB). Does this mean that they basically don't give a fuck about how much I upload? I generally try to seed as much as possible anyway, but it would be nice to know.
I Would Like Sources, To Help Me On My Particular Endeavor
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(uuuuuh....well i just want to start of by saying i'm sorry if this isn't the right place or thread for this kind of thing but i can't seem to find answers anywhere else so i digress)
so,can any one point to me to Pornographic stills and animations that you know were done with blender?
you don't have to post them here, a link will suffice. I am asking this because i'm interested in breaking into the ''3D indie hentai''(i know it sounds dumb, i don't know what else to call it) scene.(I'll be able to make beautiful renderings that don't need a complex
story or relatively advanced animation tricks) I plan on using blender for this but i want to see what i'm in for first. Yeah i know the open
source movies like Sintel double as ''showing off the software'' pieces but i'm going to be doing this alone, unlike how Sintel was made.
i want to see if a ''one man blender pornographer team'' is to far fetched for me. So /3/, am i stupid or am i on to something/you can help me out?
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Any US freelancers here? I'm new to the industry in terms of professional experience and I recently found a job which pays me per project.
Things I need to do:
1) They send me models of LED arrangements which I sometimes need to change a bit. I also need to apply materials to them, including setting up the lights and glow.
2) They send me high res stock images I need to edit in PS removing arrangements that already exist on the images.
3) After it I go to 3Ds Max and recreate most of the surfaces of the scenes and place the LEDs in the scenes. I set up all materials for the scene and then render it all with VRay in several passes, which takes few hours.
4) I take renders and composite the passes onto the images.
5) Sometimes they approve sometimes they don't so I need to redo some stages of the process.
I was told they pay me fixed price per project, and when they asked how much, I thought for start it could be $15/hr and it would probably take me at least 5 hours to complete one project. So I said $75 per project.
So it turned out it takes me 8-10 hrs at least per project, not including "fixing" stuff when they ask. But as they pay me $75, it turns out I get around $450 per week, minus taxes will be $370 or so, which is less than fucking McDonalds and completely ridiculous considering that I have a degree in that field. I basically work on these day and night, all weekend too. I was going to ask them to pay more, but I realize they can just tell me - what the fuck we had a deal, now gtfo. And I will be left without income and I wasn't really able to find any full time job for a while.
My question is - what do you think I should do, go forward and tell them - I takes me more hours, so pay me more? Or I should just keep working low pay and keep looking for a full time job to reduce risks of homelessness and once I find a job, I could already ask them for more money?