View others offers would be a nice solution
Freelance 3D project section lacks of orientation. I have done some, but most of the applications i submitted either didn't get any response, or may be the project owner didn't see them due to some complexity of the website. However, i believe some project owners are just creating imaginary projects that they don't even need, they are doing this only to have fun. And since applying to a freelance project requires the designer to submit some of the work, it leads to just wasting his / her time due to the fact that the project owner is just a trol, "Technically we refer to those individuals as trols".
My suggestion is, when a free lancer submit an offer, he/she should see others offers. And if the project owner did not or ignored all the offers, a report button should be added, identifying that the project owner is just trolling others.
I really want this website to be my side earning job, because i love 3d design and animations.
Thanks for the reading and sorry for the long post.
@ibrahimgate, i have nothing to proove to you. If you think that all your problems will magically disappear the moment you will be allowed to peep to other designers offers and try to outcompete them with lower price, then i will leave you with your fantasies. I have nothing more to say here.
yes I want to see who design for $10 bucks....hahaha
Want to see what designers are most successful at freelancing work? Go to designers list https://www.cgtrader.com/designers choose sorting by rating and look for those who have the most projects completed. Now you can analyze their portfolios and see what you need in order to be more successful at winning the jobs.
People are free to cancel the project, there's nothing wrong in that. Maybe situation has changed, maybe they found designer on another platform, there could be million reasons.
As for wasting your time on applications, it's really up to you. If you're desperate for work and will apply to any available offer, no matter if it suits you or not, then sure, you will be wasting lots of time and energy and if you don't have good portfolio, then your chances to win will be questionable, which leads to more desperation. With better portfolio you could apply to less jobs and have more chance to win.
BTW, i agree with you that there is quite big percentage of dubious offers, but with some common sense, it's not that hard to spot them and just ignore. There's absolutely no need to stalk buyers with questions, why they're not choosing you, or why they're cancelling projects.
That is a very VERY bad idea. The last thing we need is the race to the bottom in projects, like it's happening with stock model prices. Want to bargain, compete with incompetent people on miserable prices? Go to freelancer, upwork and other shitty places. If you want that clients would start to respond to your applications, then get yourself decent portfolio - nobody will treat your applications seriously if all you can show, is couple cheap models.
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