View Full Version : Showreel 2007 - Dean O'Keeffe
07 July 2007, 09:18 PM
Here's my latest showreel, most of this has been completed over the last 3 years as TD at RJDM Animations, and I'd just like to say thank you to the great team there, it's been a pleasure!
Please take 2 minutes to have a look and I'm really keen for some feedback as I'm working on my next reel now.
(Right click save as)
High quality WMV (720x405, 32Mb) (http://www.dartist.co.uk/movies/2_HighQuality_DOKSReel_720x405.wmv)
High quality Quicktime (720x405, 33Mb) (http://www.dartist.co.uk/movies/3_HighQuality_DOKSReel_720x405.mov)
Medium quality WMV (480x270, 12Mb) (http://www.dartist.co.uk/movies/4_MedQuality_DOKSReel_480x270.wmv)
Medium quality Quicktime (480x270, 15Mb) (http://www.dartist.co.uk/movies/4_MedQuality_DOKSReel_480x270.mov)
Low quality WMV (360x202, 6Mb) (http://www.dartist.co.uk/movies/5_LowQuality_DOKSReel_360x202.wmv)
Low quality Quicktime (360x202, 9Mb) (http://www.dartist.co.uk/movies/6_LowQuality_DOKSReel_360x202.mov)
And I'm currently looking for a Maya TD position, so if anyone has a spare seat....:)
07 July 2007, 11:04 AM
Howdo, I thought your reel was really good!
I like the pace of the edit and it works well with the music you have chosen.
Ive seen that National Homebuyers commercial on tv, I love it!
Good luck getting a job!
07 July 2007, 11:20 AM
What do you mean you've seen the commercial on tv, you should be too busy working! :)
Thank you for the feedback though, I'm glad you liked the final edit.
Congratulations on your new position, and thank you for all your help and support.
07 July 2007, 10:09 PM
You've got some nice stuff, good live action integration. Solid stuff man.
07 July 2007, 10:30 PM
Thank you for your comments Chris.
I'm satisfied with it, but I know I'm missing those wow factor shots, but I'm working on that.
With the exception of the scorpion this is all commercial work with a tight timelines and small to medium budgets (but aren't they all!), so I'm hoping to add some more personal work to really show off some of the more complex things I can do.
I want a reel that makes the London studios bite (or Californian :)), but no luck so far.
07 July 2007, 10:30 PM
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