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Hi all :-)
Im just about to have finished my showreel and i would like your opinions on it.
Im a 3D artist but i can draw so ive added a sequence of 2D pans over some comic style drawings i did.... and i really dont know if it works...:-(
Theres some rendering noise in the last shot but that will be fixed.
left click to download here
its 30 meg but on a fast server. plz help me out:-) I will be sending out applications soon. Hopefully tomorrow
Some images from my showreel:
hope you like it:-)
Last edited by Bo Degn; January 24th, 2004 at 09:24 AM.
updated 1. March
Hey Bo Degn,
I just Checked out your reel. Thanks for posting it. My personal opinion on having the drawings in there is: get them out. Your 3d work is SO much stronger and more fun.
A general rule when showing your work, is to only show your best. You're often judged by the worst piece you show.
That said, if you really want to keep a 2d/drawn element in your reel... Then you might want to put in more drawings throughout the whole thing. That would keep them intergrated into the piece. Maybe you could throw in the conceptual drawings of the robots. Just a thought.
I enjoyed the work.
Hope this helps,
Thanx a lot Johanson :-)
I was thinking the same so now i have taken it out and added some more renderings of the tower thingie.
I will send my drawings and stuff on 2800 dpi photo prints.
hopefully this will lead to a job in the game industry. ( crosses fingers and knocks wood ) ;-)
Glad you like it ;-)
updated 1. March