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Which type of Job is less Stressful ,with low depression and Interesting? Software Engineer or 3D Modeling?

Which type of Job is less Stressful ,with low depression and Interesting? Software Engineer or 3D Modeling? Topic: Interest engineering
July 24, 2019 / By Jaquelyn
Question: Which type of Job is less Stressful ,with low depression and Interesting ? Software Engineer or 3D Modeling ? my options are Software Engineer and 3D Modeling. I like programming and 3D modelling. But some people telling that software engineering field is stressful. Can I opt for 3D Modeling. ? I have good creativity and my IQ is between to 115-120. 2) How much one can earn in 3D Modeling job. Can I get Rs. 1,00,000 per month.
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Eugenia Eugenia | 10 days ago
Grow up 3d modeling is not about the money we do it because we enjoy it, yes you need money to live but that is not the only factor in why we model, if your gonna think you are gonna get highly pay then your living in fantasy land. all jobs are stressful it does not matter what you pick no one can earn 1,00,000 per month.not possible
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Eugenia Originally Answered: Which 3D modeling software is the best to learn on?
Well which ever software you choose you have to be good with it and comfortable. Having said that, you can model something in almost any 3D application, then export that model into another one or into the game. The software is mainly a tool. However i would recommend learning a software that whichever company or workplace your hoping to get a job at use, or the one that is most used in the field you wanna work in ( the industry standard ). Well not to single out or dictate any programs but if im not mistaking 3ds Max is usually consider the standard in the gaming industry (but most of the other packages are used also). but you can try "Blender" (base on my understanding it's free, and it can do all that your looking for, and of course more.) http://www.blender.org/ Good luck with whichever you choose.
Eugenia Originally Answered: Which 3D modeling software is the best to learn on?
Back in the day I remember everyone using Truespace and 3DSMax. I think Maya is one of the more popular ones today, since it's owned by Autodesk, who develops AutoCAD. Blender is a nice choice because it's open source, might be good to start out on. However I think most classes these days are taught on Maya. Do a little research, figure out what feels best to you, and what sorts of features there are for each. There's lots of conversion programs as well, so if you start a project in one program there's a good chance you can convert it over to another.
Eugenia Originally Answered: Which 3D modeling software is the best to learn on?
I really did well with 3d Studio Max to start out with, but progressed into SolidWorks and Mayan software. These programs are expensive though so you might want to look for some online free trials.
Eugenia Originally Answered: Which 3D modeling software is the best to learn on?
Blender; $0 or $10/month http://blender.org As a hobbyist, freelancer, or small to medium sized studio you can use Blender as a low-cost alternative to Maya ($125/month), ZBrush ($800), and After Effects ($20/month). Blender Tutorials http://blender.org/support/tutorials Blender is FREE with full functionality and you're allowed to use Blender in any production without having to pay for anything. Blender Cycles Demoreel 2015 http://youtube.com/watch?v=wDRTjzLNK0g

Eugenia Originally Answered: Considering my background, when should I apply for a software engineer position?
depends on the job market and availability of talent in your area. It sounds like you have some of the fundamentals down, but what i didnt see was any database experience. Almost anyone who can read data from a database and output it in tables can get an entry level position somewhere. I would recommend picking up a sql book (either mysql or sql server 2005) and just read it over a weekend and do some basic apps to pull data from and write data to a database. from there you should be good, you wont be a lead architect anywhere, but you should be able to get an entry level position somewhere.

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