Cyberpunk art & architecture

Hello there, here is my last work. alsoi want to ask here. i am looking for a job, is there anyway to help me?
thanks.

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Id recommend telling us more about your process you used to create this render? what extensions did you use if any? What rendering program? How have you been applying your art to paying jobs? ie film concept design, architectural design? etc?

Hello Eric-s, i am Sketchup artist and create scenes like, urban modeling, architecture,interior and exterior. most i create like cinematography style (cyberpunk or realistic style) which can be used in games or for example as art.
i use sketchup and some plugins: -Soap skin bubble, -Fredotools, -Curviloft, -Fredospline, -Fredopaint, -Sculptbrush, -Roundcorner, -Skatter, -Pushpull and etc.
For Render i use Twilight render V2 Pro version.
Here is my some works u can see them. i work on Sketchup during 12 years and looking for job.

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Your profile indicates that you are using SketchUp Make 2017, which is not licensed for commercial work. If you get a paid job that involves using SketchUp, you will need to upgrade to SketchUp Pro (desktop) or SketchUp Shop (web).

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Nice renderings from the OP. I think if they were hired by a company and not working freelance there would be access to SketchUp Pro. The OP may consider creating a portfolio on ArtStation which is an artistic hub for VFX and Gaming Industry. I write this because the images seem to indicate an interest in VFX or Illustration versus working in an architectural firm. Good luck.

Nice to Twilight Render used that way. I used Version 1.5 years ago.

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if there will be any job, i will think to ugpgrade it. i work during many years with sketchup but can not find any job, so it is not easy to buy license and work for only yourself :pensive:

thank you. i tried many ways but no one contacts me. i want to improve myself and work for clients.

Gio, my advice for you is to find a job via personal connections versus posting on social media or on software forums filled with helpful, albeit, strangers, who do not know you. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Trust matters for business owners and few will consider hiring you on portfolio alone. They need to know who you are and whether or not you are dependable for meeting deadlines. At least that’s what I tell my students, but what do I know?

I think these are great! They’re creative/ innovative and have great atmosphere. The lighting is terrific too.
Have you looked for business networking groups, in advertising for example?
Good luck, I hope you find work

That’s a pretty pedantic reaction to someone who is looking for a job.

Stuff you pal.