I would give the job to ClockHand.
Stay a corporate drone & be safe.
Take a chance & go for it!
Another solution (explain).
I've ben doing freelance illustration for a card & board game company for over two years now & I work for a major corporation doing graphic design. At my day job I'm pretty much restricted creatively by the confines of branding & marketing standards. Illustrating for the gaming company gives me the freedom to do what I want within the confines of the current project I'm working on.
The gaming company has offered me a full time position while working on the current project I'm on. They want me to be fully focused on this project which includes 1 game with 4 expansions to illustrate & a comic to produce monthly to market said game. They offered my more than twice me hourly wage at my day job to do this.
I'm not sure how long this position will last where I have security doing the graphic design at my current job. My concern is that they will let me go after I've completed the projects for them & I'd just be left with my cut of retail sales. When asked how long will this position will last the response I got was "We'll se after this project is completed."
On the one hand, I know that it'll take me at least a year to get this stuff done. Plus, it I get the experience, new stuff for my portfolio & connections to other people in the gaming industry. On the other hand, I'd loose the stability & security of working in a more corporate situation.
My question to you all is what would you do were you in position? They want an answer soon & may possibly stop working with me all together if I keep trying to juggle both jobs.
Nah...that would be too easy.
Easy and the best thing to do.
So again; "Why not ClockHand?".
Well we could do that. But I'd have to get all the money.
are you comfortable with your current pay?
Not really. I mean, the pay is cool but this new opportunity will certainly place me in a new pay bracket.
I mean can you live comfortably with it, if so keep it, if not don't.
Yeah...my hesitations are stupid. I should just do this...
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