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So I've been working with blender for 2 months now and I'm starting to get to the more complicated stuff. Since the models are more complex, the renders take longer aswell, and I have learned how painfully slow it can be, this one 20 second physics simulation/animation I made took 5 hours to render. I've been googling around a bit, and apparently I could drop that render-time to fraction if I used GPU-rendering, however, blender only allows nVidia cards, so I'm just wondering if I should buy a nVidia card, or if there's some other programs I could use to do the rendering with my ATI card.
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I want to make a career out of 3D modeling. What should I do about it, guys? I'm complete shit at drawing, but I'm pretty good at modeling.
>>Proficient with most CAD Software
>>Proficient with Blender
>>Proficient with designing residential structures (my high school had 6 engineering classes, one of which is a Civil Engineering and Architecture class. The architecture part was a breeze. Also, two of the other classes, Introduction to Engineering and Design, and Computer Integrated Manufacturing, taught me how to use CAD and CAM software.)
So basically, modelling buildings and most items is a breeze for me. I've been getting better and better at modeling the human body over the last couple of months, as well.
What should I do so that making a career out of this sort of thing is actually a possibility? I know I should get better at drawing, but what else?
Pic related, it's the last thing I've modeled. It's also not quite done, I'm just being a hair bit lazy right now.