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    Default Re: Architecture Visualization School (Offline)

    Hi Rashedul and Priyank, i am glad to see lot of people from our side trying to get into the archviz industry.

    I studied architecture myself in India from 2004-2009 and did work as a jr. architect for 2 years. If you ask me, the best way to get into this industry would be by experience and by interning/working with established architects/artists. You can browse through this website itself, and find there are already a lot of people who are doing exactly this, and you can easily approach them for work possibilities.

    I am not sure how would 'doing a course' benefit you. This industry is based on individual skills, and there is a lot of work involved, which cannot be taught, but needs to be developed in due course of time. I have been in the visualisation industry from the last 6-7 years, and do work for a very small but prestigious studio in Europe, but i also had to start at the bottom.

    I am not sure how would getting a degree or a certificate help you in starting your own firm. Hanging a certificate on the wall does not immediately get you clients.

    Do take the advice and start working under someone, build your contacts, and your style in the business.
    Cheers
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    Thanks for reply. glad to have suggestion form experienced person.
    Ofcourse I know that degree wont get me clients and there are lot of good tutorials are available online. but i am looking for ArchViz(or any related CG) degree or certificate course in Canada to get student visa, study for some time and settle down there.

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    I would not pay for a vray-oriented course. Some courses have been created a long while ago and i'm not sure it's still relevant. You have the most important part, an architecture degree imo. Now it's a matter of learning modeling/rendering. There are a tons of up-to-date tutorials to learn rendering on youtube.

    Do you need to learn to model too?

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    thanks for advise i know modelling.

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