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    Newbie showing some work :)

    Hey everyone,

    I'm new here, and I figured this would be a good place to start.

    I've lived and worked here in NYC for about 2 1/2 years. During normal working hours, I worked freelance for Viacom for 2 years doing Broadcast Motion graphics. Here's my spring reel for my Motion GFX work:
    http://link.brightcove.com/services/...cpid1375775765

    For about 2 years, nights and weekends I've been the soul animator/character designer/motion gfx for the Feature length Independent film "Drawn by Pain". I recently quit working for Viacom so I could finish this film. We've released it online for now into 12 separate parts. We also won a Webby Award for "Best Use of Animation and Motion Graphics" this year. We've been working on this movie for almost 2 years and we're about to wrap up the final part in about a week. Here's the site where ya can watch it for free
    http://www.drawnbypain.com/

    Now hopefully I can work up the courage to post elsewhere, thanks everyone
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    Hey that's pretty cool What do you usually use for your projects? AE?
    And thanks for the link for Drawn by Pain!
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    Thanks egerie And my pleasure, I hope you enjoy our work on DBP

    Yes, I use AE. AE is pretty incredible with what I had to do for Broadcast The only thing in my reel that isn't AE, are the clouds (Made those in 3DSMax) and the Bamboo stalks

    I started to learn Shake, but I just couldn't find a way to actively impliment what I had learned
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    Aw crap, sorry for the double post XD
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