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xenoz
02-08-2005, 07:28 AM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v51/xenoz/Showreel_2005.jpg

Hey Guys,

Finally after studying 3D about a year at CGC - Sydney, I have my own showreel for
the first time.

Click the image below to download! [26,5 MB DivX Video]

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v51/xenoz/showreel_2005_dvd.gif (http://xenoz.x3fusion.com/archives/portfolio/showreel/showreel_2005.zip)
Comments and critiques for the better are most appreciated!

Cheers! :)

xenoz
02-11-2005, 11:44 AM
No Comments at all? Anyone? :bounce:
These are some of the objects or characters involved:

http://xenoz.xennos.com/archives/portfolio/3d_imageries/fiat_500.jpg
http://xenoz.xennos.com/archives/portfolio/3d_imageries/jambool.jpg
http://xenoz.xennos.com/archives/portfolio/3d_imageries/spitfire.jpg
http://xenoz.xennos.com/archives/portfolio/3d_imageries/xen_oz.jpg
http://xenoz.xennos.com/archives/portfolio/3d_imageries/okochuku.jpg

Cheers :)

Mizzimere
02-11-2005, 02:11 PM
Hey Xenoz,

Good work man. I enjoyed that demo reel a lot. I love the design of the characters and objects, they really fit with a overall design theme. Keep up the good work and you'll be going far soon.

mattmos
02-12-2005, 12:33 AM
I really wanted to dislike this reel as soon as the credits started to appear, as the whole matrix/computer loading thing is so tired. But actually you've got a lot of talent. Please re-think the presentation though, the wiggly lines around the edge of frame were distracting and pointless, as was the typing credits, so slow I almost turned off ;) - the actual work was not bad at all for one year of learning 3D, stronger on the modelling than the animation, but a good start, can see you finding work fairly easily, you obviously have a decent all-round toolset.

xenoz
02-12-2005, 01:06 AM
Thanks Mizzimere, Glad ya like it! :)

Now matmoss, is it really that annoying? Well, I'm sorry if it is, This is my first showreel, I hope the next one will improve a lot, and don't worry there'll be no more loading / wiggly lines effects as you have pointed out here! :)

Actually, I'm more into Special FX, but some say I'm better with animation, now you said I'm stronger on the modeling. Hmm, maybe I'll just continue learning them all untill I got the answer myself. :bounce:

Anyway, Thanks for the Critique!

mattmos
02-12-2005, 01:18 AM
Maybe I was exaggerating a little for dramatic effect :)
Nothing wrong with learning a broad range of skills, makes you more suitable for smaller studios as you can wear lots of hats...

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