Message - Re: A Future carreer in architecture.

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Posted by  AB on October 04, 2003 at 17:09:53:

In Reply to:  A Future carreer in architecture. posted by Rachael Stefanussen on October 02, 2003 at 20:33:08:

If you are really interested in the creative side of Architecture try Computer animation and graphics, and avoid traditional professional architectural studies. Professional architects rarely get to do any design and the pay is incredibly low, and working for Architects fresh out of school is often a very "limiting" and often painful experience in humiliation.....and it rarely gets much better later in your career.

Highly skilled 3-Dimensional computer animators and artists have no license exams to pass, earn potentially more money, get laid off less, have more creative freedom early in their careers, and can work with Architects (if they want) or in many other creative fields such as Advertising, cartoon film-making, fashion, etc., or can work from home as independent consultants to all of the above!

I hope this helps you to decide!

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