My current job is a 3D artist in a game company in Taiwan. Overall my biggest interest is to design monsters but the reason I'm choosing 3D as a job now was because I'm not graduated from art school or anything like that. So in here it's relatively quicker to learn 3D techniques in the middle of your life, at least it's marketed this way on the surface here. It's not entirely "true" but I'm basically saying I don't really have many foundations of being a traditional artist...so I'm not sure if I am that professional or not. However I guess that this kinda stuff happens to lots of people, so it might just mean nothing today.
These years I mainly do Pokemon-related stuff, unfortunately the first project I participated died in the process...and now I'm already in another one, didn't play a role as big as before but just hope it's going to end well this time.