I am mainly looking to be a hard surface modeler (at this point I think it is hard to be a designer)! Anyway, I have been practicing for a long time and went through so many difficulties reaching this point.
First here is my portfolio: https://www.artstation.com/maxo
I took off over 15 pieces and I am looking forward to take more of what I have now.
some deleted pieces still in my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maaxo11/
in my way of getting a job is mainly my location, I can’t relocate but I worked remotely before but sadly I can't do that for now neither.
But I am giving myself one more chance to get back better.
What advice would you give me in order to improve my chances to get hired?
-If I haven't work in a AAA studio before, will a good portfolio overcome that?
-Should I model others concepts and show a real-time low-poly models?
-Should I keep improving the quality of my hard surface modeling and designing techniques and exploring unique ideas? (in high poly).
I would like to know how studios might judge me despite the location.
Any thoughts would be appreciated especially from those who got hired.
PS. I recently earned a bachelor degree in Architecture, don't know if it is relevant when studios require one.
Thanks a lot.