In case nobody noticed, I'm available for freelance work. I know this blog is the most unlikely conduit, but what the heck. The one thing that makes this tricky is I'm not exactly a focused person when it comes to creative design work, but more of a jack of all trades. I do flash, html, 3D modeling and rendering, Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.
Finding a place that will let me get my foot in the door is akin to storming a fortress solo. I don't quite have the ninja skills to climb walls, so I have to wait that moment for a door to open up unguarded. It hasn't happened just yet. So the challenge and difficulty of the task at hand is rather steep. In the meantime, I'm relegated to part-time stuff that doesn't even begin to utilize any talents I may posess. (Data entry and stuff like that, which pays half what I need for my own place even.) It's fustrating.
So what should I offer for freelance work, since a regular creative-type job seems to pass by on the wayside? I suppose I could make custom 3D models. $50 up front, and another $50 for a completed work. Just the mesh and UV, since rigging is another thing I don't have the tools for. $100 U.S. for a complete custom made 3D model. That's probably cheap considering what you could get elsewhere. Anyone?