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3D Visualization Stylist was asked...25 April 2019

Why do you want to leave your current job?

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I am looking for a team based atmosphere.

what is 3d and what you do to upgrade your skill

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i tell what is 3D n how to upgrade our skill ourself

Riddell Kurczaba

Basic questions about past experience and some questions about your previous projects(portfolio was open on the projector screen)

DesignQube Architects & Interior Designers

DesignQube is not a place for the lazy or the weak and if u can cope with the work enviornment u are hired


why do u choose civil engineering

Can you tell me a little about yourself?

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I am an architect with 3 years of experience in the architectural field, but who found her niche in visualization and animation. My top 3 strength are that I am creative and passionate, that i Am a fast learner and dedicated to learn new skills and that i am great at managing my time and my tasks. But what sets me apart is that i can exceed a client expectation even thou they did not have a clear idea on their vison at the beginning, which helped my previous firm get more opportunities with creative freedom. I managed to improve his client satisfaction rate. Other wise I like to read, draw and watch movies and spend time with family, friends and pets. Less


That could be malfunctioning in a display pipeline if the output window is black.

Hirsch Bedner

They asked about my previous company and the work I do there.

Got a 2d layout of a office reception to design and develop 3d views.

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I just did normal design


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