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synonyme de virilité et force, la testostérone est une hormone surtout connue comme étant une hormone masculine
mais on oublie souvent que les femmes aussi en produisent, certes. en quantité moins importante que les hommes, mais elles en fabriquent
d’ailleurs, la testostérone est essentielle pour la gent féminine ! dans cet article, on fait le point sur le rôle et l’importance de la testostérone chez les femmes
la testostérone est une hormone stéroïdienne, anabolisante et masculinisante, autrement dit qu’elle participe au développement des caractères sexuels secondaires chez les garçons (pilosité, voix…)
chez les hommes, la testostérone est produite par les testicules et les glandes surrénales
chez les femmes, sa production a lieu par les ovaires et les glandes surrénales également
en moyenne, les hommes ont entre 6 et 7 fois plus de testostérone que les femmes, mais malgré cet écart, chez les femmes, la testostérone est une hormone très importante et dont les rôles sont très divers !
note : pour les femmes, la production de testostérone se stoppe de. manière naturelle au moment de la ménopause
si cet arrêt se fait naturellement, ce dernier n’est pas sans effets
en fait, lorsque la ménopause arrive (aux alentours de 50 ans), les ovaires cessent de fonctionner
a cause de cela, le taux de testostérone baisse considérablement et seules les glandes surrénales poursuivent la production de testostérone
même si les femmes produisent moins de testostérone que les hommes, cette hormone n’en demeure pas moins importante, bien au contraire ! en effet, la testostérone est essentielle et intervient dans divers domaines :
en plus de ces actions, la testostérone joue aussi un rôle dans la production de cellules sanguines et la protection contre l’ostéoporose
pour les femmes pratiquant la musculation, la testostérone est aussi essentielle dans la mesure où elle participe à la construction et au développement du muscle
a lire aussi : la testostérone chez les hommes
chez la femme, un dosage de testostérone peut être prescrit en cas de suspicion d’un hirsutisme (apparition de poils dans des parties du corps normalement non poilues)
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your own country first before looking at other countries as have a few professional jobs under your belt before you start looking abroad will definitely help a lot
hi, i’m also a 3d animator and i’m actually going to japan to study japanese for one year, and if i like it there, perhaps i will look for a job there as well! i was just wondering how long were you given to complete the run cycle?also, you said that the wage is lower
will it be enough to rent your own apartment and not stress too much about money? thanks!
hi, that’s cool you are coming to study japanese
that will help a lot when you look for a job
i had a few days to do the run cycle as i told them i was traveling at the time
the wages are lower here but you should be able to afford a room in a share house or something no problem 🙂 good luck!
i just watched your interview video, and it’s awesome
i am currently living in states and looking for a job as a 3d animator
i got an animation test from ppi and submitted it
i have watched your reel and yours is much better than mine
i am a new grad without any industry experience
i don’t know if i could get hired by ppi
also, compare to us, i heard that japanese salary is much lower, is that true? if so, i may consider stay in us, but i love japan
i can speak japanese, not much fluent though
as a new grad it may be difficult without some more experience under your belt, but if you make it as easy as possible for a company to hire you then you can improve your chances
the salary is lower here, most of the foreigners i have met who work here are here for personal reasons (travel, adventure, relationships etc) over any career choices
i myself am here for the experience of living in japan, which in my opinion is well worth the pay cut! speaking japanese will be a big help and having some reading ability is a huge advantage so that puts you in a good position
the best thing you can do is research about your visa options and in the mean time get some work experience to put on your cv and showreel 🙂 good luck!
wow awesome, do u have any animation company references? must we speak japanese fluently? especially to our co-worker
the companies i recommend are mentioned in this post
they are the ones that are most likely to speak english so you won’t need to be fluent, but its great if you know some japanese and can make friends with your japanese colleagues for sure 🙂
wow awesome, do u have any animation company references? must we speak japanese fluently? especially to our co-worker
if you apply to the right companies you won’t need to speak japanese, but it will open up more options if you do study
wow dean, i managed to jump from your reddit post (cool animation btw!) to reading up on this great article regarding advice on how to get in the industry
i currently work for the government here in my province in canada, but i’ve decided to return to school to study art (visual communication design, basically illustration) — but in korea, not japan
i thought very long and hard about studying in japan… but the cost of tuition at any of the top schools is incredibly expensive (tama art university, musashino, kyoto seika university, kyoto university of art and design, 東京藝術大学 …ちょっと。。。たかすぎるね!)
even with the incredible cost, and the impossible odds that i could pass any entrance art exams (let alone the japanese language ones) to even get accepted in the first place, i still nearly decided to apply, as i have quite a few japanese friends who are all artists (we met through urban sketchcrawl, and i have visited japan at least 4 times in the last 6 years)
needless to say i am very disappointed that i cannot afford to study in japan
korea still has very good art programs, with far more reasonable tuition rates, and i am humbled and encouraged by the very solid fundamentals many korean artists display in their work
reading your post here, and the enthusiasm you show for the language, the country and culture, makes me feel very wistful and a bit sad though
i can’t help but feel excited for you = ) i only wish i could have partaken in that kind of adventure there too, instead of simply just visiting
in any case, forgive this long post
you put up so much great info in a succinct manner, and your open, friendly and engaging conversations with everyone makes me wish i knew you in real life
my very best wishes to your continued happiness over there in japan, dean — i mean that
that’s a really nice comment, thanks man
it is expensive here for sure, but if you do well in your studies you could move here to live and work if thats what you want
besides i have friends out in korea who love it so i think that’s cool you are studying out there 😀 i wish you all the best with your work man and take care!
thanks for putting this up! been months that i been looking your blog! ( ninja )
this helped me to learn about the 3d animation world in japan and where to look for companies
i also loved the interviews you have on youtube , really helpful =)and ofc the smash video! when i first saw it on kotaku i thought it was a real commercial lol
i’m wondering if you could give us some more details on what the current 3d industry is like in japan
for example are there actually plenty of jobs and is it as competitive compared to say the uk? is it preferable to be more skill focused or is it more desirable to be able to do a bit of everything?
i’ve watched your interview with stephane mangin that was very interesting too
it really seems like you have to take the plunge and get into the country to stand the best chance of landing a job
so with that in mind, roughly how much would you need for living costs per month in yen?
cheers for taking the time to respond
wish you continued success in the future
as with the uk, the industry out here is a bit of a mix in terms of skills required, but as a rule of thumb i would say generalist skills are a bit more valued out here
however large studios such as polygon pictures will hire you into a specific area of expertise, though moving to other departments may be easier than the uk if you want to change skill set
there are quite a few jobs around for the right talent, so there is competition as in europe, though big companies like nintendo and toei will definitely require some if not fluent japanese skills to get your foot in the door, so your options are more limited
taking the plunge is definitely my best advice and dont beat yourself up if you dont land a job, try to have a good time while you are here as well
in tokyo, if you get in with a decent long term rental, just a bit out of the main city center you could get something for around 60,000 jpy a month
but realistically you could spend half of that or ten times that depending on where and what quality of place you are looking for
maybe you want to put aside 2000jpy a day towards living costs, you wont be going for loads big nights out with that kind of budget, but you can have some fun
so 120,000jpy a month maybe, so £700 or so? you could live for half that budget or triple it, it really is up to you!
i’m glad you have found this blog useful though and thanks for your support 🙂
your blog is awesome! it is really helpful! it seems you are learning japanese in japan and how are you doing that?
just self study, using an app called anki for vocab, this book for grammar http://www
uk/dictionary-japanese-sentence-patterns-dictionaries/dp/4770026080 and talking to japanese people for practice!
how long did it take you to land a job at polygon pictures? 😮
it took a couple of weeks after doing a test for them to hear back
then i was called in to interview and it was another couple of weeks before i received an offer 🙂
your blog has helped me find some company that allows english application!
thank you!
i was wondering, i am a recent graduate who came to japan to work in the 3d industry
i can speak conversational level japanese, and i applied to polyp
they told me they required wireframe after i applied, so i provided them with what i can
how long, do they usually take to reply?
is there any hope for me to get in, or should i keep applying for other 3d jobs?
thank you for your time and advice, espeically your blog!
hey riri, they took about a week or 2 to reply so you have some time before you may hear a response
it is always good to keep applying to other companies though as you want to have a few options on the table
hi there and thank you very much for this information
i am currently studying animation and looking at possible job opportunities abroad after university since animators seems to have a hard time finding jobs where i am
so i decided to study some japanese because of my earlier travels over there and interest in the country while working on my showreel and this thought of maybe looking over there came up
didnt think i would find a good site like this so soon
hi dean! i’m just finishing my 2 year animation studies and this month i’m gonna go to japan (tokyo) for a year
i’ll be studying japanese and of course searching for a job
do you know if there is any animation study that it’s ok with non experienced

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