Episode 017 FindingTheVoices : Part 1 Vik Sorensangbam 3D Character Artist at Montreal, Canada

017 FindingTheVoices Part 1 Vik Sorensangbam 3D Character Artist at Montreal Canada

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I am proud to present the voice of Vik Sorensangbam 3D Character Artist Montreal, Canada.

This podcast episode is dedicated to all my student listeners, this is a great story of taking up the career option as a 3D Character Artist. How would it be to design 3D Characters for games, even better play games to test it out, watch movies and play more games to keep up with technologies & strategy. What an amazing career option !! How many of us come back from work and play games for fun and Vik does it for work and he gets PAID 🙂 How cool is that ? And it is a lovely story of romance finally settled with his Girl friend and blessed with a beautiful daughter.

This episode focuses in the beginning & struggles of Vic in shaping up his career covering many aspect of life from being a Body Builder, not knowing anything about Computer to becoming a 3D Character Artist in Montreal all the way from Manipur, struggles in getting loans for his education, experiencing lay off, running around for getting visa…..

It is important to remember the struggles and hardship a person goes through to achieve success. Also what you do and like as a child plays a very important role in shaping your career and moving towards what you like in future.

Please watch out for the next episode to continue listening to Vik’s journey and details of his career discussing about very interesting technologies like 3D printing etc. Part 2 will focus on details of his interesting career aspect …

Please check out his website at Vik3D.com and his Facebook page. Also check out VFS featuring his journey.

13 thoughts on “Episode 017 FindingTheVoices : Part 1 Vik Sorensangbam 3D Character Artist at Montreal, Canada

  1. we are really proud of you dabablu …you are a living example of no battle is won in an easy way …thanks for your inspiration and best wishes for more laurels to come …and thank you to enama too ..i really envy your never ending support for dabablu in all ways …before you both even get hitched …love and prayers for wonderful little family

    • Dear Geetanjali, Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to my podcast and for the beautiful comment. Without proper support from families and love ones,my journey would have been simply impossible. We all need to be appreciated and motivated for the thing we truly have faith in us. Life isn’t just about dreaming our dreams but we also need someone to believe in us,support us during good and bad times.Faith makes all things possible and love makes all things easy. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.

    • Dear Emabok , I am truly honored to receive such an appreciation.Being appreciated is such a wonderful gift and it will encourage me to create more beautiful arts. Without real blessing or appreciation from elders, I won’t be able to make this Journey come true.

  2. Nice! May you inspire a thousand youngsters and a lot more. No effort goes in vain, it always pay…..at most it can be a matter of time.
    Good-luck for future!

  3. Dear Vik,
    I appreciate your hard work. your arts is realy pure, it is realated with nature. You proved, Where there is will there is way. Realy great, you did your rock. Also thanks,to Ms. Monica for Ex. interview.
    Ananta K. Singha

  4. @ Kishan:Thank you Kishan for taking out the precious time for writing such a beautiful comment! I am pretty much flattered receiving such an appreciation.
    @Ananta: Thank you Bro Ananta, Thank you so much for taking the moment to listen to my podcast.

  5. Pingback: Episode 018 FindingTheVoices : Part 2 Vik Sorensangbam 3D Character Artist at Montreal, Canada | Finding The Voices

  6. I still can touch and see those black and white days of you. How hard you struggle with a limited edition of technology and i was your technology who runs away whenever you required me by giving and excuses!!!!lol. the practice was logically not possible Perhaps it’s because the internal and external environments were not very supportive , the foot where you step in but somehow you manage to stand out among the crowded place, your Ambitious strategies and vision are very clearly prove that we can systematically change the environments !! Head off to you …I should say, those days and struggle which make it through was the hardest part of your life to catch this dream!!! Good -look to your future !!

  7. Pingback: Roller Coaster Ride of Vik Sorensangbam, a Fine 3D Character Artiste | Official Website of Manipur Times

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