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Oct 19 2018 Anchor

So what was yours?

Edited by (in order): vietasdzxc, INtense!

Nightshade
Nightshade Unemployed 3D artist
Oct 21 2018 Anchor

Forest plantation.
I think I've planted something like 70 000 pine trees.

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   - My portfolio
“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. Some kind of high powered mutant never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.” Hunter S. Thompson

Oct 23 2018 Anchor

Outside the games industry: ThePlatform for media, Inc (Comcast Subsidiary VoD)

Inside the games industry: Mektek Studios - Heavy Gear Assault

Nov 30 2018 Anchor

Cameraman for local cable access television, filming town meetings as I desperately tried to stay awake.

Also, am I missing something, or did the first post transform into an ad?

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Currently seeking freelance work for coding/voice acting/world domination/writing.

Skills: Java, Python, GML, HTML, PHP, NWScript
Current projects: The Avid & Apathy, Race To Saturn
Github | LinkdIn

Nightshade
Nightshade Unemployed 3D artist
Dec 2 2018 Anchor

It appears that the thread maker edited his original post with some article... why?

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   - My portfolio
“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. Some kind of high powered mutant never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.” Hunter S. Thompson

INtense!
INtense! End Boss
Dec 2 2018 Anchor

Looks like it was a sneaky spamming technique

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Scott Reismanis
DBolical | @scottreismanis

Mar 17 2019 Anchor

I've been very fortunate with jobs.

Outside industry: Student "Cage" Worker in college. I had a huge late fee, and had no money. They gave me the opportunity to work it off, and was offered a job afterwards lol

Inside industry: Previs layout artist for Jungle Book (2016). One of my college buddies posted on facebook their company needed an artist. Luckily, I was the first to reply and within 3 days I was shipped out to LA to work, no interview or nothing. This is when I learned how important networking is for opportunities!

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