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  1. Freelance Designer Employment

    I am an experienced 2 & 3D Visual Artist, having worked in a wide range of mediums and styles. I worked as a commercial Glass Artist for much of that time, and I've done a lot of drafting, graphics, etc. I've always wanted to use a tool like SolidThinking's Evolve. As I recently became unemployed, I am beginning to transition into a fair amount of freelance artwork. There are a lot of Freelance 2-D Visual Artists out there, but I want to use my skills as a Sculptor and Designer. I am exploring the purchase of Evolve to accomplish this. I want to use this forum as a possible networking tool to connect with this community and learn the best way to enter into it as a Freelance Industrial Artist/Designer. If you're interested in seeing my portfolio, go here. http://ronprondzinski.efoliomn.com Thank you very much, Ron