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    Demo Reel

    Concept Art Demo Reel,

    thought I'd post it here.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DHAy_2Rj_c

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    Wow you have done an awesome amount of artwork!
    Visited your site and was very impressed, I especially like the sculptures, my favorite being the flaming body cast, very moving piece, bet it was kind of strange watching it burn.

    Keep it up!

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    Agree with Ghostbrush, some awesome sculptures there, also love the idea of the worlds largest chalk drawing....

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    Interesting works although I would have to say it seemed more like an illustration/fine arts reel then a Concept Reel. One thing to note which you might already be aware of is that 2d artist as of focus really dont need to create demo reels because it not only renders the web gallery superfluous, your also taking high res images and forcing them into a 720X486 standard which dumbs down all the detail you invetsed into the peice. Most animators, modelers and compositers have to create reels becasue its the only way to give a full demonstration of all the technical disapline and content they are working with.

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