View Full Version : Demo Reel: Lighting & Effects
11 November 2003, 03:16 AM
Hello, I am posting this to get any last min feed back on general ideas... I know the quality is not the best but the finished one will be in DV NTCS... so yeah....
If you see a problem with it please suggest a solution or idea. Thank you.
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11 November 2003, 03:20 AM
11 November 2003, 04:44 AM
That link still didn't work, but by pure fluke, I found the correct link:
I went to the student page first. and looked for a similar name.
Ahh...It looks like the url is getting screwed up. Try copying the first and second line of the following together:
I am dl'ing it now...
11 November 2003, 04:56 AM
very nice....very impressive....
the song is very nice....
11 November 2003, 05:42 AM
Thanks Njen for tying to get that link working... but somthing about CGtalk cuts it up . . . O well. . . I'm glad you found it. I checked out your site and I love your landscapes! :beer:
Thank you phoenix, the song I used is
"Plus Profond" - Hooverphonic
11 November 2003, 09:16 AM
I could use some more comments... so anything is welcome …before I commit this to VHS, and CD.
11 November 2003, 09:29 AM
It's from SCAD, and it isn't wretched? Glad to know there are still some students working out there.... keep up the good work.
If you could, I'd be curious to know which classes/professors help with your lighting skills...pvt msg me please.
11 November 2003, 06:29 PM
Well overall I like how the reel is cut. There is no repetition, and everything is not shown for too long.
I like the first scene of the little bouncing things on the ground
Hold on the final airplane image just a little longer (I think)
The renderman renders are nice, but why are they so small on screen? Fill the screen with them.
I would take out the first compositing picture (the blue and orange one)
I would really consider taking out the low polygon modeling parts if it's a lighting and effects reel.
If you have time, try to light an outdoor scene, and do some more compositing of 3D objects into a 2D backround. 90% of film work is based on this. If you can get these done, you will have a strong reel.
Keep it up! Cheers!
11 November 2003, 07:30 PM
I like it, nice music track, no over-used tekno crap. :) I like the plane sequence, nicely done. I agree about the low polygon stuff, if it's not necessary, leave it out. Loved the expression-based robot, that was funny to watch. :bounce:
All in all, 8 of 10.:thumbsup:
Only problem I had was with the end credits, I have a dark monitor, and the typeface was very thin, so I couldn't read the words at all.
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