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#138323 - 06/02/04 07:42 AM Potential Opportunities
conmol Offline
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So, are there alot of opportunities in England for the kind of work you would like to do? A number of games development houses? What other types of things cross your mind? Say you got offers to work on a game, syndicated comic strip, cartoon or movie series? what would be the one thing you would jump for joy at the opportunity to do?

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#138324 - 06/02/04 07:57 AM Re: Potential Opportunities
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Winning the lottery! smile

All of the above.

I'm currently working on an idea for a TV comedy drama series.
I'm developing ideas for a novel.
I'd like to write a romantic comedy game.
I'd like to get Juniper Crescent syndicated.
The Sapphire Claw should be turned into a movie/TV series and a game.
I'd like to work on an epic RPG/Adventure.

Then tomorrow...
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#138325 - 06/02/04 08:07 AM Re: Potential Opportunities
conmol Offline
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I get tired going to the grocery store and the bank on the same day. smile

I hope you get lots of opportunities, you deserve it.

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#138326 - 06/02/04 08:37 AM Re: Potential Opportunities
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Thanks.

I just realised that I didn't answer the first part of your original question.

There aren't that many opportunities over here for full-time employment because so many companies have closed or are struggling. This is why I'm looking at freelancing, because I believe that I have the skill set which many companies could use for short periods.
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