018 FindingTheVoices Part 2 Vik Sorensangbam 3D Character Artist at 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. 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.
Part 1 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….. Please listen to this episode if you haven’t yet !!!
This episode covers the details of his career discussing about very interesting technologies like 3D printing etc and details of his interesting career aspect going deeper into how he comes up with his design and aspirations …
4 thoughts on “Episode 018 FindingTheVoices : Part 2 Vik Sorensangbam 3D Character Artist at Montreal, Canada”
First of All Iche Monica bu thagatchari for giving us a chance to listen to the voice of such personalities. And again, thanks to Tamo Vic for sharing his experiences to us. It is a real inspiration for an art student like me. Thanks again and best wishes to both Iche Monica and Tamo Vic
Vic, what can I say. Am amazingly talented artist and an even better person. Always ready to help us out. I’ve learned so much from you and myself being a 3d artist from North-east, you really inspire me to do something big. We always have the conception that artists abroad are always better but no, you have set an example for us. I really look upto you whenever I need some motivation and the way you have struggled in life to be where you are right now always make me want to push harder to achieve my goals. I really hope someday we will work together and do something big and great for North-East India.
As a Montréaler Manipuri, I `m proud for ViK, not only for his unique style but also for his beautiful craftsmanship. As I said before “ Mishing likpa akhoigidi magunna shak takkadabani.“ go ahead ViK, world is waiting for you.
way to go, bro Vik