View Full Version : Showreel 2007 - Dean O'Keeffe
07-19-2007, 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....:)
07-27-2007, 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!
07-31-2007, 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.
07-31-2007, 10:09 PM
You've got some nice stuff, good live action integration. Solid stuff man.
07-31-2007, 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.
07-31-2007, 10:30 PM
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