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I am learning 3dsmax architecture for building models of houses. Is it possible to do freelancing with house modelling thing? For various reasons I have to stay at home.

So I was wondering if I can earn some money by making some house models for someone.

I really don't know how this works but may be someone can give some ideas.

Would I need to go to construction or real estate companies and ask them if they want something like this?

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What is "3dsmax architecture"? I don't see it on their product page:… – Tetrad Nov 16 '11 at 7:27
Its not product but its course i did which only involves making house architecture not animation . – Mirror51 Nov 16 '11 at 10:33
This is not the right community for this question. – Den Nov 16 '11 at 11:59
I tried but couldn't find where i can ask animation related question. is there any SE for that – Mirror51 Nov 17 '11 at 1:20
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There are basically two paths you can go down.

1) Prepare models beforehand and try to sell them. A pretty popular website with a lot of art on it is TurboSquid. This lets you work on what you know and at your own pace.

2) Join an art collective that does outsourcing and do work for hire. I know some people who did this from home, but I can't think of the name of the company they went through. This is generally more demanding and you'd be expected to do revisions and so forth. You'd be either paid on a per-piece or by schedule.

As I'm not an artist I can't really comment any further, but those are your basic options.

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thanks for that , i will look into it – Mirror51 Nov 17 '11 at 1:20

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