[Sidefx-houdini-list] Houdini skills in Resume?

rafal baq8 at op.pl
Mon Jan 16 15:53:45 EST 2006


Whoah, man!
This is sound really good. So the future is bright. Many thanks I just 
needed that kind of answers :)

Rafal

Ivan DeWolf wrote:

>Quoting rafal <baq8 at op.pl>:
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>>I've thought about one thing. Who is more valuable for fx/movie studio, 
>>one who knows Maya and MEL or one who knows Houdini? And this 'one' is 
>>of course very creative and have many own ideas for FXs and animations, 
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>that depends on the pipeline at the studio.
>Some smaller studios have a more Maya-centric pipeline, since it's easier to
>find freelancers.
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>We have hired students with literally zero production experience and
>immediateley used them as TD's on feature films, simply because they knew
>Houdini. It worked out for us, he was actually pretty good (Hi, Tom!). 
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>It's not a marketing gimmick, I don't know any unemployed Houdini artists.
>not one. I have several friends who struggle to find Maya work, there's a lot of
>competition for them.
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>Can you find an unemployed Houdini artists? Where's waldo?
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>>Rafal
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>-Ivan
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