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... the shine may be starting to fade a little now in that when you've seen one supper slick render you've seen them all...
Mr-914 wrote:I'm really learning the truth in that when one is 20-something we think we can change the world and when one is 30-something we feel that we can't. Not necessarily a bad feeling, because before when I couldn't convince a client, I felt like I failed. Now I feel like they failed.
Then you hit 40-something ...I can't wait!!!
jon_winebrenner wrote:Then you hit 40-something and you realize that your skills truly can change the world and you've been wasting them on helping other assholes make a shit pile of money that want to nickel and dime you to the end. Oh, shit....that was my out loud voice.
Lmo wrote:Lo for the days when one of Syd Meade's skill level (pick another designer) were considered "a super slick render" ( as if they are not still considered super); the "audience's" expectations have been raised significantly. Still, being able to dash out a detail sketch on paper in the middle of a meeting can cement a client's belief in a designer's overall credibility.