hey thanks a lot for the insightful replies guys, i REALLY appreciate it. I do think an education might help me and i found a course at Hyper Island in Sweden which is probably the closest and best course i can find, and i'll be working for a while to be able to pay the tuition, and meanwhile freelance whatever i can and try to learn more stuff on my own.
I've been into 3d for a while now, like a year and a half, and started with modeling, then went to character animation and visual effects, compositing and then finally i've done a couple of motion graphics projects, and after some thought i came to the conclusion that it's really what i want to do.
So one way or the other i'm fairly confident that i'll get there, although it's true what you guys said that i might get there faster if i were to be "coached" or just get some insight from real professionals. Two months into motion graphics now, i already feel like i'm stuck at a certain level, or maybe i'm expecting progress too sudden. As for my current work progress, you can check out some of my projects at www.youtube.com/voxyde , i know some most use vimeo but my current freelance opportunities come from youtube
Hope i get to hear more from you guys, leave some feedback if you have time